+91 9137973320 / +91 9136636677 goadventurestours@gmail.com

Login

Sign Up

After creating an account, you'll be able to track your payment status, track the confirmation and you can also rate the tour after you finished the tour.
Username*
Password*
Confirm Password*
First Name*
Last Name*
Email*
Phone*
Country*
* Creating an account means you're okay with our Terms of Service and Privacy Statement.

Already a member?

Login
+91 9137973320 / +91 9136636677 goadventurestours@gmail.com

Login

Sign Up

After creating an account, you'll be able to track your payment status, track the confirmation and you can also rate the tour after you finished the tour.
Username*
Password*
Confirm Password*
First Name*
Last Name*
Email*
Phone*
Country*
* Creating an account means you're okay with our Terms of Service and Privacy Statement.

Already a member?

Login

Best Pilgrimage & Religious Tours in India

The sub continent of India is proud to be associated with numerous religions, cultures and languages. As people of various religion and culture stay harmoniously in the same country, the presence of many Gods and goddesses are worshiped here.

Pilgrims from all the corners of the world come to visit the range of Top Pilgrimage & Religious Tours in the country. India Pilgrimage & Religious Sites are considered to be the most holy places in the world with all Diversified Cultured. A visit to these sacred places not only purifies your mind and soul, but also rids you of your worries and troubles.

Bhagwat Katha / Saptah Tour 15 March 2019 Rs.10500 + Rail Expenses +Taxes

Bhagwat Katha is the most sacred books of the Hindus. Katha is Narrated by Param Pujya Rayamaharaj Nijaampurkar It gives a tremendous insight and an entirely new perspective to the person who hears the narrative. On hearing, a person is never the same. There is a complete transformation, literally a new birth. Atma (soul) by it’s own nature is sovereign – it cannot by nature be bound – whatever bondage’s felt are sheer illusions of the mind. Trip Guide Sau.Vandana Ektare and Mr.Sunil Despande   

15 March Start from Mumbai to Delhi

16 March Start from New Delhi – Suktaal

16 March Stay at Suktaal Ashram 

17 ,18 ,19 ,20 March  Pujan. Sahita Parayan ,Shri Visnu Shastranam , Gita Path, Bhawat Kathan (Every Morning and Evening)

20 March Visit Rishikesh and Stay at Haridwar 

22 March Hari Darshan and Check out 


Why Book With Us?

  • No-hassle best price guarantee
  • Customer care available 10 AM to 5 PM
  • Hand-picked Tours & Activities

Pay Safely With Us

The payment is encrypted and
transmitted securely with an SSL
protocol.

Pilgrimages in India Worth Taking At Least Once

Best places for spiritual enlightenment in india

Thousands of people come to India from all over the world seeking spiritual enlightenment. Incidentally, most of these pilgrimage sites are tucked away in places blessed with unparalleled natural beauty. In the land of temples and pilgrimages, we pick the top pilgrimages to take in India.

Shirdi

shirdi
Image Courtesy: Shri Sai Baba Sansthan Official Website

The holy town of Shirdi in Maharashtra is synonymous with Sai Baba – the saint who was revered by followers of all religions and who is said to have performed several miracles. Devotees throng his shrine year-round and the main festivals celebrated are Ramnavami, Guru Purnima and Vijayadashmi.

Tirupati

The Tirumala Venkateswara Temple near Tirupati is one of the holiest in India. The temple is dedicated to Lord Venkateswara who is an incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Millions of devotees visit the temple every year, especially during the annual nine-day Brahmotsavan festival in October.

Rameswaram

rameswaram

The Ramanathaswamy temple in Rameswaram is one of the 12 Jyotirlinga shrines of Lord Shiva and is also a part of the Char Dham circuit. Located on Pamban Island and connected to mainland India by a bridge, a trip to Rameswaram is a must-do whether you’re religious-minded or not. Mahashivratri and Navratri are especially popular festivals here.

Somnath  and  Dwarka

The majestic seaside temples of Dwarka and Somnath are truly awe-inspiring. Dwarka is one of the four shrines comprising the Char Dham and home to the Jagat Mandir, also known as Dwarkadheesh Temple dedicated to Lord Krishna. The Somnath temple is one of the 12 holy Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva.

Vaishno Devi

One of the most important Indian pilgrimages is to the Vaishno Devi shrine, near Katra in Jammu. The temple is at a height of 5,300 feet and can be reached by an arduous climb. It’s dedicated to the goddess Shakti and is one of the 51 Shakti Peethas. Navratri is the biggest festival celebrated here.

Puri

The sacred seaside town of Puri in Odisha is famous for its Jagannath Temple. Dedicated to Lord Jagannath, the temple’s Rath Yatra (or the chariot festival) sees devotees in large numbers from all over the world, celebrating the dieties’ procession from the temple to the ocean waters. 

Amritsar

amritsar

A shimmering golden façade reflected in the water, soothing intonations of the Granth Sahib being read out, the calming atmosphere – a trip to the Golden Temple (Harmandir Sahib) of Amitsar is a must-do. Do not miss out on the langar where thousands of pilgrims are fed daily. Guru Nanak Jayanti and Baisakhi are some of the festivals that are celebrated with great fervour here.

Ajmer

Dargah Sharif, the Sufi shrine of the saint Moinuddin Chisti at Ajmer, is a favourite with Bollywood celebrities who make a beeline for it before every film release! Thousands of devotees come here to offer a chadar on fulfilment of their wishes. The annual Urs Festival commemorates the Sufi saint.

 

Mathura

Known as the birthplace of Lord Krishna, Mathura and nearby Vrindavan are home to hundreds of temples dedicated to the playful, dark-skinned god. Keshav Dev Temple and Banke Bihari Temple are amongst the important shrines here. Janmashtami and Holi are major festivals in Dwarka.

Varanasi

varanasi

The ancient city of Varanasi is considered most holy and there are several temples located on the banks of the Ganga river. The Kashi Vishwanath Temple and Sankat Mochan Temple are two of the most visited in the city. The annual Ganga Mahotsav celebrates the rich cultural heritage of India.

Ganga Aarti Rishikesh

Parmarth Niketan Ashram to witness the every day evening ceremony of Ganga Aarti Rishikesh.

Ganga Aarti at Parmarth Niketan is organized and performed by ashram residents, particularly the children who are studying the Vedas there. The ceremony commences with the singing of bhajans, prayers, and a purifying and sacred ritual that takes place around a fire, with the offerings made to Agni, the fire god. The lamps are lit and the aarti takes place as the final part of the ceremony. The children sing along with the spiritual head of the ashram, in sweet, haunting voices. A huge statue of Lord Shiva overlooks the proceedings.

Dhavir Temple


.
Dhavir Maharaj is of great importance to the people of Roha – Raigad, MAHARASHTRA. After Ganesh, people of Roha have great faith in Dhavir Maharaj and he is also known as ‘The God Of Roha’ or ‘Gramdaivat Of Roha’.
.The Dhavir temple has been declared as a religious place, by the Government of Maharashtra.
The Dhavir Temple was built by Balwantrao Vithoji More in 1849. There are two stories told about how Dhavir Maharaj became Roha’s Gramdaivat.
Before living the Dhavir temple to begin the Dhavir Palkhi, it is given ‘SALAMI’ by the Raigad Police. Salami means police stand in a line and fire bullets from their rifles. Before entering in proper Roha the Palkhi is welcomed by the Dalits,then the Muslims.

Why Book With Us?

40,000+ Customers

we help to travel to spiritual & religious places