Thursday, 29 March 2012

Incredible Spiritual Tours in India

India, the land of 32 cores gods and goddesses, is an incredible destination for the spiritual travellers. Indian tourism sector is one of the fastest growing sectors contributing a strong share to its gross national income. India is popular destination among the tourists for its colourful and diverse culture, numerous languages and its people. A tour of India gives ideas about how incredible India is. Specially, spiritual tours are highly recommended in India to achieve inner peace and tranquillity. From north to south India and east to west India, each region feature spiritual tourism destinations as per various religious beliefs.

To make tour of India memorable, tourists are provided with many facilities like standard hotels, resorts, tour guides and operators. As a secular country, India features spiritual destinations for all kind of religions including, Hindu, Muslim, Christian, Buddhists and Jains. Badrinath, Rameshwaram, Puri and Dwarika are the must visit destinations for Hindu spiritual tourists. In addition to this, 12 temples of Lord Shiva’s popularly known as Jyotirlings are renowned spiritual destinations. Apart from domestic tourists, foreign tourists are also fond of exploring spiritual destinations of India.

Many tour operating companies offer various tour packages to explore the unique corners of India. Among all these, the popular spiritual tours in India are Footsteps of Swami Yogananda, Soul of India, Kumbh Mela 2013, Badrinath and Kedarnath, Amarnath Shrine and Vaishno Devi, Kailash Mansarovar, South India Temple Tours, Ramayana and Mahabharata and Footsteps of Gautam Buddha. The fascinating religious beliefs, colourful culture and rich heritage of the country along with the warm hospitality make India a fabulous tourist destination.

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Thursday, 22 March 2012

Self Realisation Fellowship for the Spiritual Awakening of the Mind and Soul

India is popular around the world as the land of spirituality and meditation. People from around the world come to India for gaining inner peace through self realisation fellowship. Most tourists opt for a tour of India in order to learn meditation and yoga techniques. The entire tour of India is also taken up by tourists to witness the culture and tradition of India. Apart from spiritual tours tourists also go for adventure, regional and outbound tours. Tourists have plenty of places to visit in India like the Taj Mahal, Khajuraho Temple, Ajanta Ellora Caves, Gateway of India, Ranakpur Jain Temple and Rameshwaram Shiva Temple.

Exclusive spiritual tours are organised to ensure that the tourists opting for these attain inner peace and tranquillity. All the self realisation fellowship devotees are testament to that fact that they have always enjoyed the spiritual tours. People belonging to different countries are invited to become a part of the spiritual tours. Individual as well as group travellers are encouraged to participate in the spiritual awakening of one’s mind and soul. Tourists taking up the tour can enjoy spiritual experience in cities like Ranchi Dwarahat, Varanasi and Dakshineswar. Additional places like Dwarahat Ashram, Puri, Varanasi, Babaji's Cave and Bodhgaya can also be visited if tourists wish to do so.

These tours also provide accommodation at neat and clean ashrams. In case tourists wish to opt for hotels, the arrangements for the same is done in 3, 4 and 5 star hotels. Other facilities provided are air-conditioned modes of transportation, meals at exquisite restaurants and English speaking well-trained guides.

Friday, 9 March 2012

Experience the Power of Faith at the Khumbh Mela 2013

India, the seventh largest country by geographical area, has a diverse cultural history. The predominant religion, Hinduism, has been shaped by various historical schools of thought. This culture draws millions of tourists every year to the country. People from all over the world visit India for various tours like spiritual, regional, outbound and adventurous. For spiritual tours, the most preferred location is Haridwar, a divine place where various shradh rituals are carried out.

The prime attraction of India is the Khumbh Mela 2013, which occurs four times in every 12 years. This mela will be held from Jan 27th, 2013 to February 25th, 2013 at Allahabad. This city is divine and holy as three holy rivers, The Ganga, Yamuna and Saraswati flows through it. The major event of Khumbh Mela is the ritual bathing at the banks of the river. The days on which this ritual will take place are on the occasion of Paush Purnima, Amavasya, Basant Panchami, Maghi Purnima and Maha Shivratri. This Mela is known to be the most sacred of all the pilgrimages.

Khumbh Mela 2013 is a very unique event as it is a blend of religious and cultural features. The entire atmosphere is very enchanting with chiming bells, Vedic hymns, incense and flower fragrance and mantras. Furthermore, the festival becomes more enthralling with the processions of naga sadhus in their gold and silver chariots, being pulled by devotees. During the entire procession, there is continuous beating of drums by devotees seated on horses and elephants. All this adds to the purity of the soul of all those attending the mela.

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