North India Tour

According to Hindus, Benares is the holiest city on earth and the abode of Lord Shiva. Here through the ages, countless Hindus have come to worship on the banks of the Ganges River. By boat, we will float down the Ganges with the rising sun as countless worshippers begin their day by offering prayers to God and taking a bath in the holy waters of Mother Ganga. Art, particularly music and dance, is flourishing here and we will get a taste of it during a typical Benares classical music concert.
We also take in the magical evening of fire offering on the banks of the Ganges.

Sacred for over two and half thousand years as the birthplace of Buddha's Mission of compassion to the world, Sarnath offers a vision of the history and scope of Buddhism. It houses one a well-equipped library which is dedicated to Buddhist writings which were rescued from destruction in Tibet. It also has an ancient stupa which consecrates the grounds where the Buddha gave some of his very first sermons.

Called "the Gateway to the Gods", Hardwar is one of the holiest cities of India. Here, the Ganges begins its descent into the plains of India. Every twelve years, the world's largest religious gathering called
 "KUMBHA MELA" takes place here.

Since time immemorial this area has been the abode of saints and sages. Rishikesh offers the aspirant a number of Ashrams such as the well-known Shivananda Ashram. Located at the foothills of Himalaya on the bank of the Ganges we will experience the majesty of the Himalaya and the beauty of the Ganges as it flows from its source high up in the Himalayas.

Located higher up in Himalaya on the way to Gangotri. The Himalayan Mountains are certainly the highest and among the most impressive mountains in the world. Nature is extremely beautiful and the spiritual vibrations are simply beyond words.We will spend some days in the midst of the Himalayan peaks on the banks of river Ganges.


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