6D5N Hindu Pulgrimage Tour Program
Delhi - Mathura - Vrindavan - Haridwar - Rishikesh - Haridwar - Kurukshetra - Delhi
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- Arrival transfer
- Special Welcome on arrival at the airport
- Transfer to the hotel
- Overnight at the hotel
Arrive Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport by evening flight. The guests will be met at the airport by Creative Travel guest ambassador Each member will be garlanded with flower garlands made of fresh Marigolds. Depart for hotel by deluxe air-conditioned private vehicle. Arrive hotel and check in.
Overnight at the hotel.
- An early breakfast
- Check-out from the hotel and proceed for temple tour
- Lunch at city restaurant
- After lunch, drive to Mathura
- Arrive Mathura, check-in at hotel
- Evening visit the temples
- Dinner & overnight at the hotel
An early breakfast & check-out from the hotel and proceed for a temple tour. Visit visit with Laxmi Narayan temple, also known as Birla Mandir, is one of Delhi's major temples and a major tourist attraction.
Built by the industrialist Sh. J.K. Birla in 1939, this beautiful temple is located in the west of Connaught Place. The temple is dedicated to Laxmi (the goddess of prosperity) and Narayana (The preserver). The temple was inaugurated by Mahatma Gandhi on the condition that people of all castes will be allowed to enter the temple.
Lotus Temple - a lotus-shaped outline has etched itself on the consciousness of the city's inhabitants, capturing their imagination, fueling their curiosity, and revolutionizing the concept of worship. This is the Bahá'í Mashriqu'l-Adhkar, better known as the "Lotus Temple".
With the dawning of every new day, an ever-rising tide of visitor’s surges to its doorsteps to savour its beauty and bask in its serenely spiritual atmosphere. Since its dedication to public worship in December 1986, this Mother Temple of the Indian sub-continent has seen millions of people cross its threshold, making it one of the most visited edifices in India.
From its high-perched pedestal, this 'Lotus' casts its benevolent glance over vast green lawns and avenues covering an expanse of 26 acres of land. Its soothingly quiet Prayer Hall and tranquil surroundings have touched the hearts of the Temple's numerous visitors, awakening in them a desire to trace its inspirational source and capture a bit of its peace for themselves. (Closed on Monday).
The next visit Chhattarpur Temple is spread over an area of 60 acres and is India’s second largest temple after Akshardham. Dedication of its founder, Sant Shree Nagpal Baba the faith of devotees adds to the aura of the temple.
The temple is dedicated to Goddess Katyayani and it also houses many large and small temples with magnificent statues of different deities. Interestingly, the temple complex is spread across either side of the Chhattarpur road and showcases a blend of both, North and South Indian style of architecture. Lunch at city restaurant.
After lunch, drive to Mathura the birthplace of Lord Krishna (approx..3 hrs. 30min drive). Upon arrival in Mathura, check-in at hotel.
Mathura is an important place of Hindu pilgrimage and is also known as the Brajbhoomi - the land where Lord Krishna was born and spent his youth. Mathura is located on the banks of River Yamuna. It was transformed into a place of great reverence after Lord Krishna was born here. Mathura is located about 58 km north-west of Agra.
At present the Brajbhoomi is divided into two separate units- the trans-Yamuna tract (eastern side) with places like Gokul, Mahavan, Baldeo, Mat and Bajna and the western side of the Yamuna covering the Mathura region that encompasses Brindavan, Govardhan, Kusum Sarovar, Barsana and Nandgaon. Mathura is characterized by picturesque Ghats, arched gateways and temple spires extending along the right bank of the River Yamuna.
In ancient times Mathura was very strategically located. Mathura's strategic location at the crossroads of various trade routes ensured its position as a centre of trade and a meeting point for varied cultures. By the fifth century BC Mathura was a major metropolis and the capital of the Surasena Kingdom, one of the 16 Mahajanapadas. During the Kushana period Mathura became famous for the Mathura School of sculpture.
Later sightseeing of Mathura, visit the Dwarkadhish temple, touted as one of the holiest temples in the city of Mathura, is famous all over the country for its elaborate architecture and paintings. Built only in the year 1814, the temple is relatively new but has managed to gain the scared impression by the grace of the almighty deity housed inside it.
Situated within the perimeter of the city's holy gate, near the Ghats of River Yamuna, the whole temple and its surrounding is a hub of a lot of interesting activities. Thousands of devotees that here every day to experience the divine aura of the opulent temple (Morning 6:30am to afternoon 1:00pm and Evening 5.00 pm to 9.30 pm).
Sri Krishna Janmabhoomi Temple Complex it is believed that this temple is situated at the place where Lord Krishna was born, and the result of many excavations has tried to prove this belief. This site has faced brutal destruction during Muslim invasions. Small shrines of various gods and goddesses are seen here within the colossal structure (Time required: 2 to 3 hours / Open time: Morning: 05.00 am to 12.00 pm Afternoon: 02.00 pm to 08.00 pm).
Evening visit Vishram Ghat is a ghat, a bath and worship place, on the banks of river Yamuna in Mathura and it is the main ghat of Mathura and is central to 25 other Ghats. The traditional parikrama starts and ends at Vishram Ghat. Witness the aarti at ghat, is something that shouldn't be missed, for the little oil lamps that are floated on the river set the placid water sparkle with countless flickering lights. (Aarti Timings: summer: Mangla aarti at 0445 am and Sandhya aarti at 0730 pm).
Return to hotel.
Dinner & overnight at the hotel.
- Early morning visit the Shri Dwarkadheesh Mandir, Mathura
- Return hotel for breakfast.
- Full day excursion to Brindavan
- Enjoy the lunch at a city restaurant
- In the Evening return to Mathura
- Dinner and overnight at hotel
Early morning visit the Shri Dwarkadheesh Mandir is another great temple which is committed to god Krishna. The temple was developed in the year 1814 by the treasurer of the Estate of Gwalior, Seth Gokul Das Parikh. It is situated close to the Yamuna Bank, adjacent to Vishram Ghat.
Since Lord Krishna is also alluded to as 'Ruler of Dwarka', consequently the temple got its name. Master Krishna and Radha are the essential Gods in the fundamental holy place of the temple. The temple has works of art and carvings inside which give an ethereal look to the sanctuary.
Built in 1814, DwarkaDheesh temple is the main temple of Mathura. It has beautiful paintings all along the walls depicting the mystical life of lord Krishna. (Morning: •Mangla 06.30 am to 07.00 am •Shrinagar 07.40 am to 07.55 am •Gwal 08.25 am to 08.45 am •Rajbhog 10.00 am to 10.30 am).
Return hotel for breakfast. After breakfast, proceed to visit Brindavan (Vrindavan) the Shelter City for Widows. Enroute visit Gita Mandir was built by Jugal Kishore Birla, the popular business group, the Birla group in memory of his loving parents.
All the 18 sections of Bhagavad Gita are composed of the mainstays or pillars of Gita Mandir. This sacred temple is arranged at the edges of Mathura and making a course for Vrindavan and is situated just 5 km far from Mathura main city.
Gita Mandir is a combination of Hindu culture, works of art, convention and wonderful design with the western classification. The Mandir is substantial and looks great in a red sandstone and it additionally remains as a proof of brilliant craftsmanship.
Built with serene marble, Gita Temple has the entire Bhagavad Gita inscribed on its walls. (Time required 1 hr/ open time: Morning 05.00 am to 12.00 pm./Afternoon 02.00pm to 09.00pm).
After visit continue drive (approx..30 min drive excluding enroute visit). Upon arrival in Bridavan, visit the famous Banke Bihari Temple the beautiful and peaceful city of Vrindavan lying on the banks of Yamuna River is one of the most important pilgrim centres in India for the Hindus.
Both Mathura and Vrindavan are known to be the domain of Lord Krishna. Lord Krishna is said to spend a considerable time of his youth here with his with his gopis and his beloved Radha. Most of the 4000 temples here are dedicated to him.
Some of these temples are fine specimens of North Indian type temples. While in Vrindavan you can avail the different Dharamshalas and guest houses that offer you good accommodation at a reasonable rate.
Take a leisurely walk through the many Holy Places in Vrindavan to understand the true essence of the city. (Open time: Morning 05:00am to 120:00 pm/Afternoon 02.00pm to 09.30pm). Madan Mohan Temple, the oldest temple in the area.
Sri Radha Raman Mandir temple was established by Gopal Bhatta Goswami. He is one of the six Goswamis of Vrindavan who followed the principles of Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu strictly.
This beautiful Deity is self-manifested from a saligram sila and has a mystic smile on his face. Sri Radha Ramans Appearance Place is in the Radha-Raman Temple, next to the samadhi of Gopala Bhatta. It is said that there are markings of discs on the Deitys back and feet.
The Deity of Radha-Raman is around 30cm (1 foot) tall. Radha-Ramanji is one of the few original Deities of the Goswamis still in Vrindavan. The name of Radharani is worshiped in this temple, because according to scriptures the name and the person are considered non-different.
There is a golden plate next to Krishna, which has the name of Radharani engraved into it (Open time 08:00am to 12:30pm & evening 06:00pm to 08:00 pm). Also visit other temples of the town like Prem Mandir a is an epitome of art and divine love.
Rasik saint Jagadguru Shri Kripalu Ji Maharaji had presented this spectacular white pearl to the holy land of Vrindavan. Prem Mandir is constructed entirely of Italian marble. With its intricate carvings, the display of refined craftsmanship and the elaborate inlay work, replete with semi-precious stones, the temple is seen as a unique divine structure within Vrindavan.
Visitors to appreciate the beauty of the 48 panels depicting the pastimes of Shri Radha Krishna which are carved on the outer walls of the temple. The entire temple is illuminated with constantly changing lights, as is a nearby dancing water fountain (Open time Morning 05:30am to 12:00pm/Afternoon 04:30pm to 08:30pm).
ISKCON temple or International Society for Krishna Consciousness was established by Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada in 1966. The greater aim of the society is definitely the general wellbeing of mankind.
However, its immediate aim is to popularize the teachings of the Bhagwad Gita and the Vedic scriptures and thereby create a clear perception in the minds of individuals.
This is to help them to lead a simple yet pure and ethereal life. They are credited with the construction of as many as 6000 temples and the first of these is the ISKCON Temple at Brindavan (Open time Morning 04:10am to 1245pm/Afternoon 04:30pm to 08:45pm).
Lunch will provide at a city restaurant.
Return to Mathura by evening.
Dinner & overnight at the hotel.
- An early breakfast
- Check-out from the hotel
- Drive to Haridwar
- Arrive Haridwar, check-in at hotel
- Lunch at hotel
- Evening witness the aarti at Ghat
- Dinner & overnight at the hotel
Early breakfast, check-out from the hotel & drive to Haridwar (approx..6-7 hrs drive). Upon arrival check-in at hotel.
Haridwar the name means Gateway (Dwar) to Lord Vishnu (Hari)! In other words, it can be said that Haridwar is the place from where you can gain access to the Lord. Haridwar is a religious town which is located in the foothills of Himalayas in the state of Uttrakhand. The City was home to the tri-dev Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh.
Here the holy rives Ganga (Ganges) emerges from mountains and begins a long journey to the Bay of Bengal. Thousands of pilgrims not only from India but across the world come here to take a dip in the holy water of Ganga. Haridwar contains more than 300 Hindu temples and is best place to learn about Hindus and Hinduism.
Haridwar is one of the oldest ancient living cities. Here you’ll find various colours of life and will also experience various Hindu rituals being performed like mundane, pitra daan, dah sanskar, asthi visarjan etc. Every evening, the Ganges comes alive with a surreal glow as hundreds of small lamps are lit and sent to float down the river after prayer.
Enjoy the lunch at hotel.
Later, visit the Kanakhal is small town 04 kms far from Haridwar. Kankhal is mostly known for its famous Daksehswar Mahadev Temple, various ashrams such as Maa Anandamoyi Ashram and old houses.
Daksheswara Mahadev Temple, this ancient temple is most famous place in Kankhal. The present temple was built by Queen Dhankaur in 1810 AD and rebuilt in 1962. According to mythological story Sati, Lord Shiva 's first wife, burnt herself in the yagya kund.
This temple is widely visited by the devotees of Lord Shiva. Anandamoyi Ma Ashram this quaint ashram was the residence of this Hindu saint Sri Anandamoyi Ma (1896–1982), and also houses her samādhi shrine and a museum dedicated to her, in the vicinity.
Hari Har Ashram this ashram is famous for its Parad Shivling (Mercury Shivling) and Rudraksha tree. Jain Temple in new attraction in Haridwar. The temple was built in 1990 with amazing Jain architectural manner with Jaisalmer stone. Temple is dedicated to Shri Chintamani Parshwnath Bhagwan. And other Ashram and Temples like Ramkrishna Mission and Oldest Gurudwara and Sriyantra Temple.
Later holy dip at Ganges, the pilgrims started taking the holy bath in the Ganges. A scramble could be seen among the pilgrims to take holy dip at Har-Ki-Pauri, the most sacred ghat in Haridwar.
The dip in the holy Ganges on the Ganga Dussehra day is believed to absolve one from all the sins. Besides the customary dip, a large number of pilgrims could be seen performing special worship at Brahmakund in Hari Ki Pauri under the guidance of priests.
Evening attend the Ganga aarti at Har Ki Pauri hosts a nightly Ganga Aarti (river-worshipping ceremony) in which tiny flickering lamps are floated off the steps.
Dinner & overnight at the hotel.
- Early breakfast at hotel
- Visit the Mansa Devi Temple
- Same day excursion to Rishikesh
- Lunch at hotel/city restaurant at Rishikesh
- Evening return to Haridwar
- Dinner & overnight at the hotel.
Early breakfast & proceed to visit Mansa Devi Temple is dedicated to goddess Mansa Devi. Goddess is also known as Maa Mansa Devi. It is believed that Mansa Devi was emerged from the mind of great Sage Kashyapa.
Mansa means wish and the goddess fulfills the wishes, so the Goddess is known as Mansa Devi. The temple is situated at bilva Parvat (Mountain). Rope way (Cable car) is also available here.
The pilgrims can reach the temple by 03 ways. 1. By normal trek (1.5km one way) 2. By steps (480 steps approx) 3. By cable car (ropeway) (5 Minutes ride).
An excursion to Rishikesh (approx. 45 min drive one way). Rishikesh is where the sacred river Ganges flows through. It is here that the river leaves the Shivalik Mountains in the Himalayas and flows out into the plains of northern India.
Several temples, ancient as well as new, can be found along the banks of the Ganges in Rishikesh. Shatrughna Mandir, Bharat Mandir, Lakshman Mandir are the ancient temples established by Adi Shankar Acharya. Shatrughna Temple is located near Ram Jhula and Lakshman Mandir is near to Lakshmana Jhula.
Enjoy the lunch at city restaurant/hotel.
Afternoon sightseeing of Rishikesh, visit Ram Jhula is one among the two extremely popular hanging-bridges & one of the important places to visit. The bridge was put-up in the year 1986 on the River Ganga. It is around 450 feet in height, connecting the two famous ashrams, Swarg Ashram and Shivananda ashram.
A long walk on the bridge provides attractive views of snow-capped peaks, holy river Ganga, several temples and ashrams. Laxman Jhula basically, it is a hanging bridge across river Ganga, around 450 ft long and 70 ft above the river. In early times, the hula was a hanging jute bridge, but later it was transformed into an Iron suspension bridge.
Also, one should not miss the great Terah Manzil; a thirteen-story temple in close proximity to Laxman Jhula. Bharat Mandir (Temple) is situated in the heart of the township of Rishikesh. It is approximately half kilometer away from the Triveni Ghat, the famous river bank in the town.
Said to be the oldest temple in Rishikesh, it is also regarded as one of the most ancient shrines in India. According to historical evidences, Adiguru Shankracharya, the great theologian, laid the foundation stone of Bharat Mandir (Temple). The temple has been named after Lord Ram's second brother 'Bharat'; however, the presiding deity of this temple is Lord Vishnu, 'the Preserver'.
Bharat Mandir (Temple) is situated in the heart of the township of Rishikesh. It is approximately half kilometer away from the Triveni Ghat, the famous river bank in the town. Said to be the oldest temple in Rishikesh, it is also regarded as one of the most ancient shrines in India.
According to historical evidences, Adiguru Shankracharya, the great theologian, laid the foundation stone of Bharat Mandir (Temple). The temple has been named after Lord Ram's second brother 'Bharat'; however, the presiding deity of this temple is Lord Vishnu, 'the Preserver'. Swarg Ashram was established by Swami Atma Prakash. He aimed at providing all the facilities for the upliftment of spiritual knowledge.
The library has an expansive collection of books giving religious and cultural teaching. Swarg Ashram has a hospital that provides free treatments to saints, mahatmas and pilgrims. The medicines are prepared with herbs by well-skilled doctors.
Not just the hospital, free Vedic education and food are provided to poor students in Ashram’s school, Sanskrit Vidayalaya. There is another school belonging to the Ashram’s authorities (Modern School) and it gives primary and secondary education in English and Hindi. Sadhus and Mahatmas can stay for free in the living area.
Free breakfast and dinner is provided to the Mahatmas living here. And Parmarth Niketan is an ashram located in Rishikesh, Uttarakhand, India. Parmarth Niketan is situated in the lap of the lush Himalayas, along the banks of the Ganges. The ashram was founded in 1942 by Pujya Swami Shukdevanandji Maharaj.
Evening attend the Ganga aarti at Triveni Ghat. Triveni Ghat (a river bank) is a sacred ghat that is used mainly for bathing by the pilgrims. This ghat is the everyday event of event Ganga Aarti where River Goddess Ganga is worshipped on a daily basis.
This event is also termed as Maha Aarti. A huge, amazing and memorable affair, this prayer ceremony is attended by a huge number of devotees as well as visitors.
In the evening drive back to Haridwar.
Dinner & overnight at the hotel.
- Early breakfast at hotel
- Check-out from the hotel and drive to Kurukshetra
- Visit Kurukshetra
- Lunch at enroute restaurant or one of the hotel in Kurukshertra
- Later drive to Delhi
- Arrive Delhi, dinner at city restaurant
- Transfer to airport to board the flight for onward destination
Early breakfast, check-out from the hotel and drive to Kurukshetra (approx. 4-5 hrs drive).
‘Kurukshetra’ has been described in the first verse of Shrimadbhavadgita, in the form of Dharmakshetra Kurukshetra. Kurukshetra is a place of great historical and religious significance which is seen with reverence in all the countries due to its association with Vedas and Vedic culture.
This is the land on which the battle of Mahabharata was fought, and Lord Krishna gave Arjuna a fair knowledge of the philosophy of karma in the Jyotisar. According to Hindu mythology, Kurukshetra is a vast area spread over 48 kos, which includes many pilgrimage places, temples and sacred ponds, with which many events / rituals associated with the Pandva and the Kauravas and Mahabharata war have been related.
Kurukshetra is closely related to its development with the rise of Aryan civilization and the sacred Saraswati. The Land where Manusmriti was written by Rishi Manu and the compilation of Rigveda, Samaveda by the wise Rishis. The name of Kurukshetra was named after King Kuru.
By which great sacrifices were made for the prosperity of this land and its people. Each year in November and December, the Brahma Sarovar attracts large crowds to observe Deep Daan and Aarti, the ceremonies especially held to celebrate Gita Jayanti. There are also theatre performances, music recitals and pageants that bring the atmosphere to life.
Visit Bhishma Kund at Naraktari: The place where Arjuna shot an arrow towards the earth to quench Bhisma Pitamah's thirst. Brahma Sarovar Among the holiest of water tanks in India, the Brahma Sarovar is an important place to visit in Kurukshetra. This is a vast water body. In the centre of the tank stands the Sarveshwar Mahadev Temple looking like a lotus.
The eastern section of the tank is 1800 ft long and 1500 ft wide while the western section is a square of 1500 ft length and 1500 ft breadth. The tank is 15 ft deep. This large water body is edged with 20 ft wide platforms, stairs and a 40 ft wide parikarma'. In this section, a number of meditation chambers have been built for the convenience of pilgrims. It Is believed that it is the cradle of Indian civilization because Lord Brahma, the Creator of the Universe, conceived the Earth here. A dip in the Sarovar bears the sanctity of performing Ashwamedha Yajna, which, the scriptures say, absolves one of all the sins.
The months of November and December are the time when migratory birds flock around Brahma Sarovar and add an exhilarating environmental setting to the sanctity of the place.
The tank lies about 3 km from the railway station. A number of temples lie in close vicinity of this holy water body, of which the prominent one is the Lakshmi Narayan Temple. This temple lies opposite the Brahma Sarover. It is dedicated to Lord Narayan and His consort Lakshmi. The architecture of the temple belongs to the late 18th century, which adds a touch of history to the visit.
The temple's tall pinnacle proclaims its presence from a distance. Panorama and Sri Krishna Museum a touch of history and archaeolgy of the area can be seen at the Panorama project and the Sri Krishna Museum setup near the Brahma Sarovar.
Sannihit Sarovar is yet another sacred water tank. Legend has it that hundreds of years ago people, burdened by their sins, sought help from the Lord. At this, the Lord said, 'On the days of Amavasyas (nights of total darkness) or on the days of an eclipse, if you collect the water of Sannihit tank, your sins will be absolved.'
Ever since, the tank has been the venue of millions of devotees who perform the Ashwamedha Yajna. The Kumbh Mela is yet another major event related to the legendary Sannihit Sarovar. The sarover spreads 1500 ft in length and 550 ft in breadth. Bathing ghats and steps have been set up here for pilgrims.
Temples dedicated to Dhruva Narayan, Mother Goddess Durga and Lord Hanuman can be seen here. It lies about 1 km from the Brahma Sarover.
Thanesar is one of the most sacred places of Hindu pilgrimage. The town derives its name from the words Sthan-esvar or the abode of God (Mahadev). The town was once the centre of great learning. Today it is famous for the Sthanesvar Mahadev temple and the Ma Bhadra Kali Temple.
It lies adjoining the town of Kurukshetra and is often called its twin town. It is a sacred town for Hindus because the Shiva in the form of linga (organ) was first worshipped here. Kuru, the Kauravas and Pandavas' ancestors meditated on the banks of the Yamuna and Parasurama killed many Kshatriyas here.
King Harsha was born here, ascended the throne at the age of 16 and ruled for 41 years, sharing his seat of power with his widowed sister whom he had rescued from Sati (self-immolation). During his rule, the renowned Chinese traveler Huen Tsang lived in Thanesar for a number of years and Bana Bhatt, the celebrated Sanskrit scholar, met Harsha here.
Jyotisar, or the source of light and inspiration, is the birth place of the holy scripture Bhagwad Gita. The site lies some 12 km from Kurukshetra on the Pehowa road. Jyotisar delights with its fine waterbody, bathing ghats and small temples.
Here the marble image of Lord Sri Krishna and Arjun stand immortalised in marble: Lord Krishna explaining to Arjun, the doctrine of Karma through the Gita Updesh.
A banyan (believed to be an off-shoot of the original tree under which the Lord gave His Sermon) gives shade to the area.
Enjoy the lunch at city restaurant or one of the hotel.
Later drive to Delhi International airport (approx. 4 hrs drive) to board the flight for onward destination.
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Hotels envisaged or similar (Depending on availaility):
4 star hotels:
|Day||Cities||Hotels/Room||No. of night|
|01/02||Delhi||Radisson Blu Paschim Vihar (Superior Room)||01|
|02/04||Mathura||Nidhivan Hotel & Resort (Standard Room)||02|
|04/06||Haridwar||Golden Tulip (Premium Room)||02|
3 star hotels:
|Day||Cities||Hotels/Room||No. of night|
|01/02||Delhi||Clarks Inn Kapashera (Deluxe Room)||01|
|02/04||Mathura||Clarks Inn Mathura (Theme Room)||02|
|04/06||Haridwar||Clarks Inn Haridwar (Deluxe Room)||02|
Note: Check in time is 1400hrs & Check out time is 1200 noon at all the hotels.