October 23, 2019 by Amit Dhaniya

Top 6 Things to Do in Chitrakoot Tour

Chitrakoot is a small town located in the north Vindhyan range over the districts of Satna in Madhya Pradesh and Chitrakoot in Uttar Pradesh. The town holds great value in Hindu mythology. It was the place where Lord Ram along with his wife Goddess Sita and brother Lord Laxman for eleven and half years during the exile. Chitrakoot isn't just a place filled with divinity and spiritualism, but the place where one can dive into nature and see things that will never cease to surprise. Very few know that Chitrakoot tour will also let you see the only university especially for differently-abled, Jagadguru Rambhadracharya Handicapped University. This is a rare destination which one must visit to witness the perfect blend of serenity, beauty, and divinity. With so many things to do, find out top 6 things to do in Chitrakoot tour packages- Exploring Gupt Godavari- Located around 18 km from Chitrakoot, Gupt Godavari is one of the must-visit places in Chitrakoot. They are two natural caves where the first cave is high and wide and a cave temple is established here. Inside of the caves are sufficiently lit and might feel warm and moist. At the entrance of the cave,…
October 15, 2019 by Amit Dhaniya

Gaya Trip Is More Than Buddhist Place

Gaya is more than just a Buddhist tourist place in India. Monasteries, chanting Buddhist hymns, monks, and not forgetting Mahabodhi Temple are the things Gaya is famous for. But, not many are aware of the fact that the city is an abode to one of 51 Shakti Peethas in India. It is also a place for Hindu devotees and many followers come here to worship and pay a visit to holy places. Let's find out these places to add in your things to do in Gaya Trip and visit them will make your trip memorable. Visit Shaktipeeth, Mangla Gauri Temple- The Mangla Gauri Temple in Gaya has been mentioned in Agni Purana, Padma Purana, and Vayu Purana, as well as in different sacred books and tantric works. This temple is one of the eighteen Maha Shakti Peeths and the present temple complex is dated back to the fifteenth century. The temple is dedicated to Goddess Shakti or the Mother Goddess in the prevalently Vaishnavite journey pilgrimage spot of the Gaya trip. Here, she is worshipped as the goddess of generosity. The temple has an Upa-Shakti Pitha, a place that is believed that a piece of the group of Shakti fell…
October 9, 2019 by Amit Dhaniya

Travel Guide to Varanasi to Make journey Unforgettable – Kashi yatra from Chennai

Varanasi, older than history is a spiritual hub of India. The city is older than our imagination and devotees from all over the world are attracted to this ancient city. The city isn't just a spiritual destination but is also a great place to know the history and creation of the universe. The city is also known as Banaras or Kashi, the cultural capital of India, and the place to begin learning in the past. According to the legends of Kashi, Lord Shiva himself created the city and now is known as 'home of Lord Shiva'. In your Kashi yatra from Chennai, you can immerse yourself in the city and have real-life experiences in the belief of the Hindu religion. The holy city is so interlaced with heavenly nature that folks trust that to die in Varanasi is to achieve salvation. Many visit the city to spend the end days of their life. Varanasi has many places to visit that include temples, ghats, markets, and much more. It is filled with fun things to do, food to eat, festivals to celebrate, and experiences you will cherish a lifetime. Varanasi tour packages from Trip Kashi provide you a complete guide to…
September 30, 2019 by Amit Dhaniya

Top 7 Places to Visit in Kashi Yatra from Bangalore

Varanasi, Kashi, or Banaras, the holy city is known by many names. Situated on the banks of holy river Ganga and being the ancient city in India, Kashi is a major tourist place to visit in India. All these names of an ancient city have given it a long millennial history; a history that has attracted many travelers across ages. A history that is even more surprising as its extraordinary peers - Jerusalem, Athens, and Beijing has since quite a while ago moved away from their antiquated lifestyle. Kashi yatra tour packages give a chance to discover a place where mosques are built on the sacred sites of temples and ensured by law; where Bismillah Khan, a devout Shi'ite Muslim musician, a lover of Hindu Goddess Saraswati, played shehnai at the entrance of Vishwanath Temple which is the famous temple of India. Any effort to epitomize the quintessence of Varanasi is like to get in touch with the core of Indian Spiritual Thought. Kashi is such a place where one can find peace of mind with affordable Kashi yatra tour packages from Trip Kashi. Whether you are taking Kashi Yatra from Bangalore or any part of the world, Trip Kashi…
September 29, 2019 by Amit Dhaniya

Tourist Places Not To Be Missed In Sarnath Tours from Varanasi

Located at a distance of 10 kilometers from Varanasi, Sarnath is a renowned Buddhist pilgrimage tourist destination in India. Sarnath is known as the place where Lord Buddha delivered his first sermon after attaining enlightenment in Bodhgaya. Sarnath is amongst the four most important Buddhist pilgrimage tourist places in India. Before Lord Buddha died, he added Sarnath in the list of sacred places to be followed by his followers. Apart from Buddhism, Sarnath is also connected with the development of Jainism. King Ashoka of Mauryan dynasty, the follower of Lord Buddha took measures to spread the lessons of Buddhism over his empire also visited Sarnath in 234 B.C. and build a stupa here. Every Buddhist follower across the world visit Sarnath at least once in a lifetime. Many Buddhist monuments were built between the 3rd century to the 11th century. Located near Varanasi, Sarnath can easily be visited without any hassle. All you need to do is to add Sarnath tour from Varanasi offered by Trip Kashi. Sarnath tours from Varanasi by Trip Kashi will allow you to cover all the major attractions in Sarnath. Sarnath tourist attractions contain the remnants of holy sites on the Buddhist Sector India. Mainly,…
September 25, 2019 by admin

North of Varanasi- Side telling a different story

Varanasi is the oldest city of India and seekers from across the world get attracted to this sacred city. The city isn't just is a famous Hindu pilgrimage destination, but Sikhism, Jainism, even Christianity came here to share and spread the religion. Situated just a few kilometers from Varanasi, Sarnath is a famous place in Buddhist pilgrimage tours. It is said coming to Varanasi is like coming to the ocean of knowledge. North of Varanasi is completely a different site from Southern Varanasi. Take the North Varanasi heritage tour walk to discover the new side of the holy city. Girjaghar (St. Thomas Church)- Lies in the heart of the oldest city, Girjaghar is the first stop in the North Varanasi heritage tour walk. Old St. Thomas Church in Godowlia is another place that attracts tons of tourists towards it. According to the lore, Saint Thomas, one of 12 Jesus's apostles visited the city nearly 52 AD to 72 Ad. He was an only apostle who went beyond the Roman Empire to sermonize the Gospels. Yet, there is no such proof to know the history of this sacred place. The church was built by East India Company during its rule to honor Saint…
September 24, 2019 by admin

Best tourist places in Gaya To Visit in Gaya Trip

Gaya is one such city in India that is close to the heart of many. Be it Hinduism, Jainism, or Buddhist followers, everyone desires to visit Gaya at least once. It is a city of rituals and famous for Pind Daan. A land of enlightenment, it is a Buddhism tourist pilgrimage place that is steeped in history. Situated on the banks of river Phalgu, this charming city is equally important for Hindus as it is for Buddhists. The city has its mentions from Mahabharata and Ramayana. Hindus followers from across the world visit this sanctified place to complete Pind Daan pooja for the freedom of the spirits of their loved ones. The city got its name from the evil spirit of Gayasur. Its extraordinary inviolability, ancient history, and awe-inspiring appeal make it a must-visit place for any nature darling. Gaya is full of tourist places. Here is a list of best tourist places in Gaya which shouldn’t be missed on the Gaya trip. Mahabodhi Temple- Mahabodhi temple is the main and most visited tourist place in Bodh Gaya. The temple was first built in the 7th century and later reconstructed in the year 1880. Since then, it has many facelifts.…
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Give Peace to Mind and Soul by Performing Rudrabhishek In Kashi Vishwanath Temple

Rudra is another name of Lord Shiva and Rudrabhishek is the sacred bath of the Shiv Lingam. It is one of the purest, finest, and compelling rituals to please Lord Shiva in Hinduism. Rudrabhishek is considered as the best profound puja in entire Vedic scriptures. By performing Rudrabhishek, one is blessed with wellbeing, happiness, and wealth, also offers assurance against negativity, enemies, and evil. To seek the blessings of Lord Shiva, people perform Rudrabhishek in Kashi Vishwanath Temple in Kashi. Kashi is a city of Lord Shiva and there cannot be a better place than Kashi Viswanath Temple in Varanasi to perform Rudrabhishek Puja. Rudrabhishek is performed throughout the year in Kashi, but mainly it takes place in the Hindu month of Shravan. Rudrabhishek in Kashi Vishwanath Temple Kashi Vishwanath Temple is dedicated to the creator of the world, Lord Shiva. It is believed that the temple exists on the Trident of Lord Shiva. In this way, it is legitimately connected with heavenly nature. It is considered, performing Rudrabhishek in Kashi Vishwanath Temple gives most extreme peace, satisfaction, and growth as Rudrabhishek is sort of direct offering to Lord Shiva as materials that charm him. Best time to perform Rudrabhishek…
September 21, 2019 by admin

Cauvery Calling- A small support by TripKashi

Kaveri is an Indian river originating in the foothills of Western Ghats and flows through the states of Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. Kaveri is also known as Ponni and Cauvery, the anglicized name. Cauvery is the fourth largest river south India after the Godavari and Mahanadi River, and the largest flowing river in the state Tamil Nadu bisecting the state in North and South. The Kaveri basin is approximately 81,155 square kilometers with many tributaries that include Kabini, Harangi, Noyyal, Hemavati, Lakshmana Tirtha, Bhavani, and Arkavati. The basin covers three states and one union territory- Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Karnataka, and Puducherry. The Cauvery River has supported agriculture and was the lifeline of several kingdoms in history from centuries and has become an important source for irrigated agriculture in modern cities of South India. You must be thinking why are we talking about Cauvery out of nowhere? Because Cauvery is depleting and needs our attention! Cauvery Calling is a movement started by Sadhguru and Isha Foundation for the cause to revive the river. The project Cauvery Calling initiated by Sadhguru and Isha foundation is an implementation phase for "Rally for Rivers" campaign during September 2017. Cauvery River has been the source…
September 19, 2019 by admin

Know the South Of Varanasi Heritage Walk Tour Packages

Varanasi, the oldest city in India which is a city of ancient temples, handicraft, monasteries, narrow lanes, ghats, and not to forget river Ganga! The city is so big that it is quite impossible to know it well in just one day trip to Kashi. The city has two sides- South Varanasi and North Varanasi. South Varanasi Heritage Walk Tours allows the tourist to explore ancient temples, old ghats, handicrafts area, and lanes where you can witness the lives of weavers. These heritage walk tours allow visitors to explore Kashi in a new way and see the Banarasi way of life. Let's take a look on South Varanasi Heritage Walk Assi Ghat Assi Ghat is the famous spot in South Varanasi. Let's start South Varanasi Heritage Walk from this old ghat that is famous for its scenic view of sunrise and sunset, boast rides, Ganga aarti, and much more. Talking an early morning walk on Assi Ghat gives mesmerizing experience where a classical Indian Music performance waits for you. The event is known as Subah-e-Banaras. Going to the oldest city and not talking a part in public yoga activity on Assi ghat will be an injustice to Varanasi Heritage walk…

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