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Uttarakhand Char Dham Tirth Yatra -12 Days

 Main Attraction : Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri, Yamunotri, etc. by2x2 Push Back Bus

Departure Date : 
June 2016 -10, 14, 24, 28
July 2016 -8, 12

  • Fixed Departure From : Haridwar / Rishikesh
  • Rs 14501 per person includes all ( Tickets + Food + Site Seeing)
  • Pay   1000 per person & confirm your seat. 


Teen Dham Special Tirth Yatra - 32 Days

Main Attraction : Nepal with Ekadash Jyotirling Darshan, etc.

Departure Date : 22 July 2016
Departure From : Delhi

  • Rs 34001 per person includes all 
  • Pay   1000 per person & confirm your seat. 


Ek Dham Dwarikapuri Special Tirth Yatra - 10 Days

Main Attraction : Shri Krishna Janmastmi Festival at Dwarikapuri Dham, etc.

Departure Date : 21 Aug 2016
Departure From : Delhi

  • Rs 13001 per person includes all 
  • Pay   1000 per person & confirm your seat. 


Teen / Char Dham Special Tirth Yatra - 34 Days

Main Attraction : Nepal & Goa with Ekadash Jyotirling Darshan, etc.

Departure Date : 22 Aug 2016
Departure From : Delhi

  • Rs 34001 per person includes all 
  • Pay   1000 per person & confirm your seat. 


Ek Dham Special Tirth Yatra - 19 Days

 Main Attraction : Sikkim, Ganga Sagar, Darjeeling, Gangtok, Nepal, etc.

Departure Date : 07 Sep 2016
Departure From : Ujjain  

  • Rs 24001 per person includes all 
  • Pay   1000 per person & confirm your seat. 


Ek Dham South India Special Tirth Yatra - 11 Days

 Main Attraction : Rameshwaram Dham with Tirupati Balaji, etc.

Departure Date : 14 Oct 2016
Departure From : Delhi

  • Rs 14001 per person includes all 
  • Pay   1000 per person & confirm your seat. 


Braj Chaurasi Kos Yatra - 10 Days

 Main Attractions Covered

  • Mathura Vrindavan,
  • Nand Gaon,
  • Barsana Goverdhan Parkirama, 

Departure Date : 06 Nov 2016 - Departure From : Vrindavan

  • Rs 10001 per person includes all 
  • Pay   1000 per person & confirm your seat. 



Kasi yatra Tour

It is the greatest of all the yatras. It is customary for every Hindu to undergo Kasi yatra on barefoot. Firstly, Saikatha pooja is done at Rameshwaram and the sand collected is immersed in Holy Ganges at Triveni Sangamam at Allahabad where the Ganges, Yamuna & Saraswati meet. After Kashi Vishvanath Darshan, Ganges water is collected to do Ganges Abisheka to Lord Ramanathaswamy at Rameshwaram which is a Jyotirlinga. Pilgrims also visit Gaya to do Gaya Shraddha to their ancestors. Kasi yatra is completed only after performing abisheka to Ramanathaswamy at Rameshwaram. Details regarding how to perform various rituals,greatness of kashi kshetra,Importance of Kasi yatra are said in Kasi-Khand of Skaanda Puranam.


Mansarovar Yatra Tour

Mansarovar is a fresh-water lake situated in Tibet. Mount Kailash, a place of pilgrimage attracting religious people from India and neighboring countries. The Mount Kailash is considered a sacred place in four religions Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Bon. According to Hindu mythology mount Kailash is the abode of Lord Shiva and circumambulating Mount Kailash on foot is a holy ritual. Another lake called Lake Rakshastal lying close to the west of Lake Manasarovar and The Great Mount Kailash. These lakes are the source of the Brahmaputra River and the Karnali River, a tributary of the Holy river Ganges.


Amarnath Yatra Tour

The Amarnath Temple in Jammu and Kashmir is dedicated to one of the holy trinity God “Lord Shiva“. The temple is on Amarnath mountain and Amarnath caves are most famous shrines in Hinduism. Every year inside the main Amarnath cave an Ice Shiva Lingam forms, along with two other ice formations representing Shri Ganesh and Maa Parvati. Amarnath yatra is held every year to pay homage to Lord Shiva and Maa parvati. The temple is a very popular yatra destination for Hindus, about 4 lakh people visit during the season.


The Pandharpur yatra of Maharashtra Tour

One of the most popular festivals in India. The annual yatra to the famous Vithoba temple at Pandharpur held every year during the month of June and July. Thousands of pilgrims come to Pandharpur with carry litters with the images of Jñ?ne?var from Alandi, Tukaram from Dehu, Eknath from Paithan, and Nivruttinath from Trimbakeshwar. These pilgrims are referred to as Varkaris.


Ratha Yatra Tour

The Festival of Chariots of Jagannatha, held every year at Puri in the state of Orissa. The 10 day’s ratha yatra is commemorates Lord Jagannath’s, annual visit to Gundicha mata’s temple a short distance away. Thousands of pilgrims come to puri during the festival with a desire to help pull Lords chariot with ropes. This is the only day when devotees who are not allowed in the temple premises such as non-Hindus and foreigners, can get their glimpse of the deities.


Deoghar Yatra Tour

Om Namah Shivai ! Deoghar means abode of the Gods and Goddesses, It is also known as Baidyanath Dham or Baba Dham situated on the eastern side of Jharkhand. It is an important Hindu pilgrimage center having Baidyanath Temple one of the twelve Lord Shiva Jyothirlingams in India. The pilgrims carry the holy water of holy river Ganges from Sultanganj’s and offered to the Jyotirlingam of Lord Shiva at Deoghar. These pilgrims called Kanwariya, reciting Bol Bam on the way of walk 109 KM, The march of Kanwariya start during the holy month of Shravan the wet season each year in India. Shravani Mela is the most celebrated 30-day festival in Deoghar Baidyanath Temple of Jharkhand.


Char Dham Yatra Tour 

The Chardham belongs to four pilgrimage places in India, They are Badrinath, Dwarka, Jagannath Puri, and Rameshwaram. The Char Dham are often considered the most revered sites for Hindus that have to be visited in one’s lifetime. There is a Chota Char Dham as well includes Yamunotri, Gangotri, Badrinath and Kedarnath situated in Garhwal Himalayas.


84 kosi parikrama Tour 

The 84-Kosi Yatra is a tradition in hindu religion that has been there for thousands of years with the belief that it gives deliverance to the performer from the cycle of 84-Lakh Yonis (the cycle of birth and death). According to Hindu belief, the king of Ayodhya performed the "yagna" in the "treta period" at a place in Makhurha in Basti district of Uttar Pradesh which included circumnavigating the six districts in the region. Some religious leaders believe that the right place to start the parikrama should be Basti instead of Ayodhya. According to some, the dates for 84-Kosi Yatra are fixed and takes place in the month of Chaitra.