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India Spiritual Travel

Well, there is nothing much write, but yes, if you are looking for spiritual tour with real knowledge and connect with the spiritual leaders on local places, you may explore option to travel with me for an unforgatable trip. I'll first start spiritual travel in India.

Source of ganga- Varanasi Travel

Varanasi, the city that is more than just the spiritual capital of India. The city which can be aptly described as a melting pot where both life and death come together. The city that you only need to visit once for it to stay with you forever.
Varanasi is a sacred city in India with a very old history. Known as the city of Lord Shiva, it's believed that anyone who dies in Varanasi will be liberated from the cycle of reincarnation. Even a wash in the Ganges River is said to cleanse away all sins.
The fascinating thing about this mystical city is that its rituals are revealed openly to along the many riverside ghats, which are used for everything from bathing to burning the bodies of the dead. Yoga, blessings, massages, shaves, and games of cricket are among the other activities you'll find performed by the river's edge.
Places to visit
Kashi Vishwanath Temple
New Vishwanath Temple
Kathwala Temple
Tulsi Manas Temple
Durga Temple
Alamgir Mosque
Dasaswamedh Ghat
Assi Ghat
Manikarnika Ghat
Manmandir Ghat
Shivala Ghat
Harishchandra Ghat
Tulsi Ghat
Darbhanga Ghat
Scindia Ghat
Ahilyabai Ghat
Lalita Ghat
Rana Mahal Ghat
Causatthi Ghat
Gyan Vapi Well
Bharat Kala Bhavan Museum
Ramnagar Fort
Panchganga Ghat

Assam Travel

Lying in the north eastern corner of India is Assam, which houses amazing temples that are a must visit. They have acquired worldwide fame for their beautiful and grand architecture, customs and rituals, heritage and mythological association.

Kamakhya Temple In Guwahati- The Kamakhya temple is one of the oldest of the 51 Shakti Peeths situated in the Nilachal Hills of Guwahati, Assam. As per fables, Sati’s ‘Yoni’ or Vagina and womb fell in this particular area and both the parts represent the female power of procreation.
Timings: 8 am to 1 pm and 2:30 pm to 5:30 pm
Dress Code: Decent Attire
Approx. Visit Duration: 1-2 hours

Da Parbatia Temple In Tezpur, Assam- it is in the form of the ruins of the door-frame of the temple. It is an iconoclastic representation of art and one of the oldest too in Assam. The temple is dedicated to the goddesses Yamuna and Ganga. This Assam famous temple is dated back to the 5th-6th centuries AD.
Timings: 6 am to 9 pm
Dress Code: Decent Attire
Approx. Visit Duration: 1-2 hours

Asvakranta Temple In Guwahati - Asvakranta temple located in Guwahati, Assam is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and is considered to be sacred by ‘yogini tantra’. The deity, Anantasayin Vishnu is a reclining position of Lord Vishnu on the body of a serpent. There’s also an idol of Lord Brahma sitting on a lotus emerging from the navel of Lord Vishnu. The temple complex includes other idols too.
Timings: Morning after sunrise until noon and evening before 9 pm
Dress Code: No Dress Code
Approx. Visit Duration: 1-2 hours

Navagraha Temple In Guwahati - This temple was built around 1752 AD and is located on the crest of a hill known as Chitrasal Hill (Navagraha hill) in Guwahati, Assam. The Navagraha temple in Assam contains nine phallic emblems of Lord Shiva covered with different coloured clothes which are sacred to the nine planetary Gods. A Shivaligam symbolizing the sun is present in the centre. Regular worship is done here.
Timings: 4 am to 9 pm
Dress Code: Decent Attire
Approx. Visit Duration: 2-3 hours

Maha Bhairav Temple In Tezpur- The Maha Bhairav temple believed to be built by prehistoric monarch Bana was originally built between 8th-10th centuries AD. It is located in the town of Tezpur, Assam and has one of the largest stone-phallus or Shiva lingam in the world. The temple is thus dedicated to Lord Shiva and thousands of people visit the temple during the auspicious time of Shivaratri.
Timings: 6 am to 8 pm
Dress Code: Decent Attire
Approx. Visit Duration: 1-2 hours

Umananda Temple In Peacock Island, Assam- Umananda Temple Devaloi located at Peacock Island, Assam, in the middle of Brahmaputra River was built around 1681-1696. Bhayananda, a form of Shiva resides here. The deity here is Umananda and it is believed that worshipping here on Amavasya (lunar phase of the new moon) day on a Monday brings the highest bliss. The annual festival celebrated here is Shiva Chaturdashi when many devotees visit the temple.
Timings: 6 am to 6 pm
Dress Code: Decent Attire
Approx. Visit Duration: 3-4 hours
How to Reach: Via boat

Sukreswara Temple In Guwahati, Assam- The Sukreswara temple is an important Shiva temple situated on the banks of Brahmaputra River in Guwahati, Assam. It was built in 1744 AD. The temple has one of the largest Shiva linga or phallic emblems of Shiva. Devotees from all over visit the place throughout the year. This Assam Guwahati temple remains crowded during the festival of Shivratri.
Timings: 6 am to 7 pm
Dress Code: Decent Attire
Approx. Visit Duration: 2-3 hours

Hayagriva Madhava Temple In Hajo - Haragriva Madhava temple is situated in a hill called Monikut hill in Hajo, Assam. It was constructed back in the 16th century and is a famous Buddhist temple. It’s a stone temple and enshrines an image of Hayagriva Madhava. The presiding deity worshipped here is the man lion incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Doul, Bihu and Janmashtami are the festivals widely celebrated in the temple every year.
Timings: 6 am to 9 pm
Dress Code: Decent Attire
Approx. Visit Duration: 4-5 hours

Ugro Tara Temple In Guwahati - Ugro Tara is located in the western side of Jorpukhury tanks in Guwahati, Assam and is dedicated to Devi Tara. Devi Tara is also considered as a reincarnation of Goddess Parvati. There is a Shivalaya (pagoda) beside the Ugro Tara temple. It is believed that Sati’s navel fell here, thus making it a significant place of Hindu worships.The present temple which is considered an important Shakti Peeth temple was built around 1725 AD.
Timings: 5:30 am to 8 pm
Dress Code: decent attire
Approx. Visit Duration: 1-2 hours


This 6 nights and 7 days spiritual Tour will give you a chance to visit three extremely famous places- Bhubaneshwar, Konark Sun temple and Puri. Enjoy frolicking on the beaches of Puri.
ITINERARY DETAILS Day 1: Arrival in Bhubaneswar- After arriving in Bhubaneswar, you will get an assisted transfer to the hotel. Dinner and night stay in Bhubaneshwar.
Day 2: Bhubaneswar- Day 2 is booked for city tour. Visit Parasurameswara temple, built in 650 A.D. , Dhaulia complex, built during 3rd century B.C, Lingraj temple of the 11th century A.D.. Stay overnight in Bhubaneshwar.
Day 3: Bhubaneswar- Explore Buddhist triangle of Lalitgiri, Udaigiri and Ratnagiri. Night halt in Bhubaneshwar.
Day 4: Bhubaneshwar - Puri- Post breakfast, start your road journey to Puri. After arrival, check-into the hotel. Puri is one of the four dhams of Hindu devotees. Spend an afternoon at the beach. Night stay in a hotel at Puri.
Day 5: Puri- Visit the popular temple and main attraction, the temple of Lord Jagannath and Loknath temple. Do not miss visiting the 150 MATHS, located here. Night stay in Jagannath Puri.
Day 6: Puri - Konark – Bhubaneshwar- After breakfast, start your road journey to Bhubaneshwar, en-route visiting the world-renowned Sun Temple at Konark. The konark Sun temple are popular in the form of crowning glory of the temple art of Orissa. Arrival and assisted transfer the hotel for night stay.
Day 7: Departure- Get an assisted transfer to the airport or railway station to catch the flight or train to the onward destination.
Puri sea

Golden Temple Travel

golden temple
Amritsar is divided into old and new parts of the city. The Golden Temple is located in the old part, which is full of bazaars, only 15 minutes from the railway station.
We will do a Heritage Walking Tour of Amritsar and guide you through its narrow lanes. On the walk, you'll get to see historic mansions, traditional trades and crafts, and captivating architecture with intricately carved wooden facades.
Amritsar is known for its hearty street food. You can enjoy mouth watering foods, while doing the walk.
Jallianwala Bagh is an important historical site in India, as the location of a defining event in India's struggle for independence. In 1919, more than 10,000 unarmed protestors were massacred there by the British in an act that propelled Gandhi's independence movement. Do visit this place.
Take a day trip to the Wagah Border between India and Pakistan, which is around 28 kilometers (17 miles) from the city. The big attraction there is the flag lowering ceremony, which takes place at the checkpoint every evening at sundown.
Hence I'm talking about 4 days travel in Amritsar and nearby area for an exiting spiritual tour.