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Travel to India is always aspiring and going for learning Vedic wisdom for self-development while exploring a culture and custom differences of the eastern and western world is like finding a wizard of life healing.We worked on special tours for travelers to the world capital of yoga and other heavenly places of India.If learning spiritual aspect and Vedic ancient lifestyle inspire you and if you are open to fly high to experience, explore and gain the health healing, adventure and uniqueness of the world fastest growing country then you have chosen the right path to know the poverty to riches,Modern to spiritual and cheap to the best tour to travel to India.
Motherland India has something to offer to everyone.
Buddhism Pilgrimage in India
Bodh Gaya – An extremely spiritual place, the Mahabodhi Temple stands tall and surrounded by Banyan Trees with beautiful stories that take you back to history. the place where Gautama Buddha, the founder of Buddhism, attained true knowledge. It is, therefore, the birthplace of Buddhism, and attracts many tourists throughout the year. With the Mahabodhi Temple and the Bodhi Tree (the tree under which Buddha was enlightened), it is declared a world heritage site. Most of the Buddhist countries have their monasteries and temples in this town in Bihar
Dharamsala – Mcleodganj is a suburb of the city and the home away from home for the Dalai Lama who came here in 1959 after escaping from Tibet. The city also is the home to the Tibetan government in exile. Dharamsala means a spiritual dwelling or place for pilgrims to rest, which is appropriate since so many Tibetans live here. With advance planning, it may be possible to attend one of the Dalai Lamas public teaching sessions. Dharamsala is popular with hiking, trekking enthusiasts, and travelers interested in yoga, meditation, Buddhism study and Indian cooking lessons
Thikse Monastery –Leh Ladakh Travelers who’ve been to Tibet may think they’re seeing things when they look at Thikse Monastery. That’s because the 12-story building resembles the Potala Palace in Lhasa, only this Buddhist monastery is located in Ladakh, India. Like its Tibetan inspiration, it’s located at a high elevation: 3,600 meters (11,800 feet). Ladakh’s largest monastery also contains the tallest statue, a 14-meter (45-foot) high depiction of Maitreya, housed in a temple commemorating the visit of the Dalai Lama in 1970. Important Buddhist art, such as stupas and wall paintings, can be found here.
The Golden Temple – The Harmandir Sahib, better known as the Golden Temple is the main tourist attraction in Amritsar and the most important religious place to the Sikhs. Construction of the temple was begun by Guru Ramdas Ji. in the 16th century. In the 19th century, Maharaja Ranjit Singh the upper floors of the temple were covered with gold. It’s a stunning temple, and always full of thousands of pilgrims from all over India, excited to be at a place that they usually only see on television.
Heritage & architecture – Vastu and architecture historical destination in India. Rajasthan is always an attraction for International travellers to India.Each city of Rajasthan has something special to offer. Must go places to visit in Jaipur.
Amber Fort – the main tourist attraction around Jaipur, is known for its outstanding architecture. Sitting atop a hill, the complex is a blend of Hindu and Rajput styles. Built in the late 16th century, pink and red sandstone and marble structure have been featured in Bollywood films. It is most famous for the Mirror Palace, a fabulous room with a pure glass ceiling so the queen could view the stars before she fell asleep.
Hawa Mahal – (Air fort ), A stunning pink and red sandstone five-story structure stands in the heart of Jaipur. One of the city’s most popular tourist attractions, the Hawa Mahal has a unique purpose. Also known as the Palace of the Wind, it was a place where royal women could view street activities outside while hidden from view. To this end, the pyramid-shaped palace has 953 windows, each with an intricate design. Constructed in 1799, Hawa Mahal is considered an excellent example of Rajputana architecture.
Puskar Camel Fair – the land of Brahma, Puskar is very famous International traveler destination in India, any traveler who visit India, must go to Puskar. September to March is the best months to visit. Especially November when you can participate in a Camel Fair.It is most important place on the earth for Hindu pilgrimage being Only one temple of God Brahma Ji who is known a Creator of the Earth. Visitors who want to take a camel home with them as a souvenir of their trip to India may want to attend the Pushkar Camel Fair. This two-week fall fair also is a good opportunity to buy other livestock, as more than 1,000 animals are bought, sold or traded, though camels are the main draw. Over the years, the fair has become more than just a place where farmers buy and sell livestock. It’s evolved into a full-scale festival that includes camel races, sports events, carnival rides and even moustache competitions.
Mehrangarh Fort – is a most imposing, a stern-looking fort, one of the largest in India, that sits atop a hill overlooking Jodhpur. Built in the mid-15th century as a defense mechanism, visitors can still see cannonball imprints on one of the seven entrance gates. Once inside the walls, visitors will find beautiful, highly decorated palaces. The fort’s museum has an excellent collection of palanquins, musical instruments, royal cradles, and costumes. The ramparts, where an old cannon is located, provide splendid views of Jodhpur.
Wildlife – If you are wildlife lover then go to Bandhavgarh National park or Jim Corbett National park, India’s oldest national park, is a good place to endangered Bengal tiger. April to June is the best for that, but visitor may see other wildlife, including elephants, leopards, Rhinoceros or Himalayan black bears. Bandhavgarh provides an opportunity to see leopards, barking deer, sloth bears, hyenas, and Indian bison and wolves, but Bengal tigers are definitely the star attraction, The best time to see wildlife here is early morning or late afternoon.
The gateway to Tourist destinations in India – New Delhi – Qutb Minar is the second highest brick minaret in the world. The minaret, towering 80 meters (270 feet) into the sky, is made of marble and red sandstone bricks that are carved with sayings from the Koran. Construction took four years, starting in 1193. A circular staircase with 379 steps leads to the top; it is closed to visitors. Quwwat-ul-Islam Mosquera, the first mosque built in India, lies at the minaret’s foot. Nearby is the Iron Pillar, so named because it’s made from metals that don’t rust.
An International Beach city and global tourist destination in India – Goa Palolem is the most southerly of Goa’s developed beaches and also one of the most beautiful. It is a natural bay surrounded by lofty headlands on either side, resulting in a calm, idyllic sea with a gently sloping bed. For those who believe a beach cannot be paradise without a decent selection of cheap restaurants and good hotels, a dose of nightlife and plenty of like-minded people Palolem is the place to be.
The Taj Mahal in Agra is an immense mausoleum of white marble, built between 1632 and 1653 by order of the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his favorite wife. Called “a teardrop on the cheek of eternity” it is one of the masterpieces of Mughal architecture, and one of the great tourist attractions in India. Besides the white domed marble mausoleum the Taj Mahal includes several other beautiful buildings, reflecting pools, and extensive ornamental gardens with flowering trees and bushes.
Rishikesh, the Himalayan Vedic Spiritual city has a lot to offer.Yoga meditation training, Study Reiki, Ayurveda Massage, Indian cooking, Ganga Aarti, Ashram living & white water rafting adventure makes the God’s abode city a unique and International travellers destination.
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