Sacred Ganges Pilgrimage Tour

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Arrival in Varanasi Hotel transfer and Ganga Aarti
  • Upon your arrival, you will be warmly welcomed at Varanasi Airport or Railway Station and escorted to your hotel.
  • Varanasi, also known as Banaras or Kashi, holds the distinction of being one of the oldest inhabited cities globally, steeped in Hindu mythology and spirituality. Its significance is deeply embedded in the fabric of Hindu culture, as illustrated by Mark Twain's captivating description: "Banaras is older than history, older than tradition, older even than legend, and looks twice as old as all of them put together." The exact origins of Varanasi, the abode of Lord Shiva and Parvati, remain shrouded in mystery. The River Ganges flowing through Varanasi is believed to possess the divine power to cleanse the sins of devotees.
  • Later in the evening, immerse yourself in the enchanting Ganga Aarti ceremony at one of the Ghats.
  • Every evening, the Ganga Aarti ritual takes place in three sacred cities of India: Haridwar, Rishikesh, and Varanasi, each exuding its unique spiritual ambiance. It is said that participating in all three Aartis at least once in a lifetime is auspicious. The Aarti is performed facing the revered River Ganga, with numerous lamps illuminated and circled by priests in a clockwise motion. Traditional hymns praising the Ganga accompany this sacred ritual, believed to imbue the lamps with divine energy.
  • Enjoy an overnight stay at your hotel in Varanasi.

Varanasi Sightseeing & Boat Ride & Transfer to Ayodhya by Road (Approx. 220 Kms/03 Hrs.)
  • An early morning boat ride tour offers a genuine glimpse into the sacred city of Varanasi, showcasing the morning rituals and distinctive features of various Ghats along the way, including the poignant sight of the burning ghat where cremations take place. (Please note: Rowing Boat ride for 1 Hour Included)
  • Following your boat excursion, proceed to visit the renowned Kashi Vishwanath Temple and Annapurna Temple.
  • After exploring the temples, return to your hotel for breakfast. Post breakfast, check out and head to Sarnath.
  • Sarnath, nestled amidst the populous state of Uttar Pradesh, stands as a serene and spiritually significant town, boasting a wealth of historical marvels such as Buddhist stupas, ancient excavated sites, and exquisite temples. Situated just 10 kilometers from Varanasi, Sarnath is a revered pilgrimage site for Buddhists, Jains, and Hindus alike.
  • From Sarnath, continue your journey to Ayodhya.
  • Ayodhya, situated on the banks of the Sarayu River in Uttar Pradesh, holds profound religious significance as one of the seven sacred cities in Hinduism. Revered as the birthplace of Lord Rama, Ayodhya features prominently in the Hindu epic of Ramayana. This holy city also holds significance in Jainism, being the birthplace of four Tirthankaras, and is known for its tranquil ghats.
  • Upon arrival, check in to your hotel for an overnight stay in Ayodhya.
  • Meals: Breakfast

Explore Ayodhya and Travel to Prayagraj by Road (Approximately 167 Kms/3.5 Hours)
  • In the early morning, enjoy breakfast at the hotel before embarking on a sightseeing tour of Ayodhya.
  • Ram Janmabhoomi Temple: Regarded as the birthplace of the Hindu deity Lord Ram, the Ramjanma Bhoomi Temple holds profound significance in Indian mythology. According to the epic Ramayan, Lord Ram, the seventh incarnation of Lord Vishnu, spent his formative years along the banks of the Sarayu River in Ayodhya. This site is deeply revered by Hindu devotees.
  • Hanuman Garhi: Nestled in Sai Nagar, Hanuman Garhi is a 10th-century temple dedicated to the Hindu God Hanuman. It plays a pivotal role in Ayodhya's religious landscape, with it being customary for visitors to pay their respects here before visiting the Ram Temple. Legend has it that Lord Hanuman took residence at this temple, serving as a guardian of Ayodhya.
  • Kanak Bhawan: Situated in Tulsi Nagar, towards the northeastern corner of Ram Janmabhoomi, Kanak Bhawan, also known as Sone-ka-Ghar, is a temple constructed in 1891. It is held in high regard as a sacred site dedicated to Lord Rama and his consort, Goddess Sita.
  • Sita Ki Rasoi: Believed to be the ancient kitchen used by Goddess Sita herself, Sita Ki Rasoi is located near Ram Janmabhoomi. This revered site, now converted into a temple, houses various vessels and relics.
  • Following the sightseeing tour, proceed with your journey to Prayagraj.
  • Meals: Breakfast
Prayagraj to Chitrakoot and Return Journey to Prayagraj by Road (Approximately 128 Kms/3 Hours - One Way)
  • In the early morning, enjoy breakfast at the hotel before embarking on a day trip to Chitrakoot.
  • Chitrakoot, a quaint town nestled in the northern Vindhyan range, spans across the districts of Chitrakoot in Uttar Pradesh and Satna in Madhya Pradesh. It holds significant importance in Hindu mythology and the epic Ramayana. Legends tell that Chitrakoot served as the refuge for Lord Rama, his wife Sita, and his brother Lakshmana for eleven and a half years of their fourteen-year exile, rendering it a revered pilgrimage site among devotees.
  • Upon arrival, commence the sightseeing tour of Chitrakoot:
  • Ram Ghat: Renowned as one of Chitrakoot's prominent attractions, Ram Ghat borders the tranquil Mandakini River. It is believed that Lord Ram, Sita, and Lakshman revealed themselves to the renowned poet Tulsidas at this serene spot, inspiring him to compose the Ram Charitra Manas.
  • Bharat Milap Temple: This temple is believed to mark the site where Lord Rama reunited with his brothers during his exile. Bharat Milap Temple holds significant religious importance in Chitrakoot.
  • Janki Kund: Located along the banks of the Mandakini River, Janki Kund is believed to be the bathing spot of Goddess Sita during her exile.
  • Kamadgiri: A forested hill adorned with numerous Hindu temples, Kamadgiri is considered the heart of Chitrakoot. Its name, derived from Kamadnath Ji (another name for Lord Rama), translates to "fulfiller of all wishes."
  • After the sightseeing tour, proceed to Prayagraj for an overnight stay at the hotel.
  • Meals: Breakfast

Sightseeing in Prayagraj and Transfer to Varanasi by Road (Approximately 120 Kms/3 Hours)
  • In the morning, enjoy breakfast at the hotel.
  • Following breakfast, check out and embark on a sightseeing tour of Prayagraj: Triveni Sangam: This sacred site marks the confluence of three rivers: the Ganga, the Yamuna, and the mythical Saraswati. Both the Ganga and the Yamuna hold immense reverence in Indian mythology, lending profound religious significance to the point where they merge.
  • Anand Bhawan: Once the residence of the Nehru family, Anand Bhawan has been converted into a museum showcasing artifacts and articles from the Indian Independence Movement era.
  • Khusro Bagh: Constructed by King Jahangir for his son Khusro, this garden houses the tombstones of the prince and his mother, Shah Begum.
  • Bade Hanuman Mandir: Situated in the Sangam area of Allahabad, this unique temple is built underground and features a 20-feet-long and 8-feet-wide leaning posture of Lord Hanuman.
  • After the sightseeing tour, proceed to Varanasi.
  • Upon arrival, check in at the hotel for an overnight stay in Varanasi.
  • Meals: Breakfast
Varanasi Temple Exploration & Departure
  • In the early morning, enjoy breakfast at the hotel. After breakfast, check out and commence the temple tour of Varanasi.
  • Sankat Mochan Hanuman Temple, situated by the River Assi, was constructed in the 1900s by the freedom fighter Pandit Madan Mohan Malviya. Dedicated to Lord Rama and Hanuman, this temple holds significant spiritual importance.
  • Tulsi Manas Mandir, named after the saint poet Tulsi Das, is dedicated to Lord Rama. This temple showcases the Shikhara style of architecture and features various inscriptions from the Ram Charit Manas on its walls.
  • Bharat Mata Mandir is a distinctive shrine dedicated to Mother India. Instead of traditional deities, it features a relief map of the country carved in marble. Conceived by Babu Shiv Prasad Gupta, a freedom fighter, this temple was inaugurated by Mahatma Gandhi in 1936 and remains the only one of its kind worldwide.
  • Durga Temple, located near the Durga Ghat on the bank of the River Ganga, dates back to the 18th century. It houses an impressive idol of Goddess Durga and stands as one of Varanasi's prominent temples.
  • After the temple tour, proceed to the railway station or airport to board the flight or train for your onward destination.
  • Meals: Breakfast


  • 3 Nights Hotel Accommodation
  • All tours and transfers on private basis in an AC vehicle
  • As per mentioned in itinerary
  • Tour Guide throughout the tour
  • As per mentioned in itinerary

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