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Pilgrimage Tour in India


Puri

Puri is known as Jagannath Dham, one of the four dhams established by Adi Shankaracharya. The four dhams are Puri, Dwarka, Badrinath and Rameswaram. It is defined in Brahma Purana that, Puri is the highest of all dhams. It is also believed that by visiting Puri, one can achieve maximum reward with minimum efforts.

Puri is famous for Jagannath Temple. The Rath Yatra (Car Festival) is the world famous festival is held every year June/July. Except Hindu, no other religion devotees are allowed inside the temple to see the Lord Jagannath. It is the believe that Lord Jagannath along with his sister Subhadra and brother Balabhadra comes out from the Shree Mandir to give his Dharsan to all his devotees - irrespective of the cast and religion and go to Gundicha Mandir (Mausima Mandir). Jagannath Temple is one of the tallest temples in India. The hight of the the temple is 65 metres.

Places around Puri
- Brahmagiri: This is famous for the living shrine of Lord Alarnath.
- Satyabadi: This is the place of Lord Sakshigopal. It is the believe that, the devotees are coming Puri must visit Sakshigopal.
- Baliharachandi: This place is famous for Maa Baliharachandi (Durga). The temple is situated on top of a sandy hill near the sea and adjacent to the Bhargavi river.
Jagannath


Haridwar

Haridwar is the place of Shiva and spiritual river Ganga. The place is known as "Gateway to God" (Hari ki Pauri). It is believed that, king Bhagirath has brough the river Ganga from the heaven to provide salvation to his ancestors. Haridwar is a place of where three Gods are presence: Brahma, Vishnu and Mahadev. Indian mythology says that, Lord Vishnu have his foot print on the stone which is set in the upper wall of Har Ki Pauri, where the holy Ganga touches all the times. Devoutees believe that, after a dip in the Ganga at Haridwar, they can directly go to heaven

Haridwar is the place where Kumbh Mela occurs in every tweleve years rotation. The Ardh Kumbh comes in every six years. Kumbh Mela happens in four places in India: Prayag, Haridwar, Ujjain and Nasik. Haridwar is the place where the holy Ganga first touches the planes after flowing Himalayas. Since the Ganga flows from Himalayas, where it touches uncounted ayurvedic plants, which causes the water is very much midicated qualities in Haridwar. Because Haridwar is the first plane area after Himalayas, the Ganga water is also crystal clear and cold.
Haridwar


Vaishno Devi

Maa Vaishno Devi Mandir is one of the best holiest Hindu temples in India located in Jammu and Kashmir. The temple is situated in the top of the hill. To visit Vaishno Devi, railway and flight is upto Jammu from New Delhi, then you need to go by road transport upto Katra (The nearest town). From Katra the shrine (Vaishno Maa Temple) is about 14 kms. There is helicoptor facility is available from Katra to shrine or you can go by walk.

The Hindu mythology says, pandit Shridhar was a great devotee of Maa Vaishno Devi. On those days, there was a tantrik named Bhairon Nath was creating different problems for pandit Shridhar. One day Bhairon Nath has asked pandit Shridhar to arrange Bhandaara for his shadus (around 700). Maa Vaishno Devi had helped the pandit to organise the bhandaara.

Maa Vaishno Devi has come on dreams and told pandit Shridhar to search her at the holy cave situated in the Trikuta Mountain. He searched the mountain and found the cave. Upon entering into the cave, he found three rocks in the form of heads. At that time Maa Vaishno Devi appeared in the form of Maa Saraswati along with Maa Lakshmi and Maa Kali.

This is a believe that, the journey of Maa Vaishno Devi is not completed, without the Darshan of Bhairon Nath. The mythology says, Bhairon Nath was killed by Maa Vaishno Devi and later he was blessed by Mata, that all my devotees are will complete their journey by visiting your place.
Vaishno Devi


Badrinath

Badrinath Dham is one of the dhams, identified by Adi Shankaracharya. This pilgrimage place is situated in the Himalayans. The Badrinath temple is situated at a hight of 10248 ft. from the sea level. It is the believe that in Badrinath, Lard Vishnu have done his penance. Goddess Mahalaxmi saw. her prabhu Lord Vishnu is doing his penance under the open sky, she cameup with Badri tree to give him shelter.

From Rishikesh to Badrinath, there are number of other pilgrimage sites are available. Those are Deo Prayag, Rudra Prayag, Karna Prayag, Nanda Prayag and Vishnu Prayag. From Rishikesh to Badrinath, there are number of other pilgrimage sites are available. Those are Deo Prayag, Rudra Prayag, Karna Prayag, Nanda Prayag and Vishnu Prayag. In Badrinath, the statue of Lord Vishnu is made of black saligram stone.

To visit Badrinath, roadway is the only route. Public transport and private transport facility both are available from Rishikesh and Haridwar. The best time to visit Badrinath is between May to November.
Badrinath


Vrindavan

Vrindavan is the place where Lord Krishna has spent his childhood. It is the place associated with number of old and modern temples. This is one of the important Hindu pilgrimage. The places where Lord Krishna frolicked with thousands of gopis. There are certain places still exists where Lord Krishna used to play with the gopis. The places are Santi Kunj, Seva Kunj, Nidhivan, Imlitala, etc.

The original name of Vrindavan was "Brindaban". This name "Brindaban" is derived from two different words: Brinda - means Tulsi and Ban - means forest. This is a place of tulsi forest. The place was rediscovered by Chaitanya Mahaprabhu. He is a strong believer of Lord Krishna. He rediscovered Vrindavan, when he was visiting all the holy places of Lord Sri Krishna.

Vrindavan is situated 15 kms away from Mathura and 120 kms from New Delhi. To visit Vrindavan roadway is the direct approach. Trains are available till Mathura, from where you can use road transport to reach Vrindavan.
Vrindavan