Tuesday, June 5, 2007




India - A land of intense spirituality and religious faith reflected in the profusion of temples present in this subcontinent.

North India Pilgrimage


BADRINATH

Badrinath along the left bank river Alaknanda...

KEDARNATH

Kedarnath range stands one of the twelve 'Jyotirlingas' of Kedar...

GANGOTRI

Gangotri, the origin of the sacred river Ganges...

YAMNOTRI

Yamunotri is the origin of the sacred river Yamuna...

AMARNATH YATRA

Amarnath is 145 km east of Srinagar in Kashmir...

VAISHNO DEVI

Situated at a height of 5, 300 ft, the most visited pilgrim in India...

HARIDWAR

Haridwar is considered as the gateway to the four pilgrimages...

RISHIKESH

Surrounded by hills on 3 sides & is perched at an altitude of 356 m...

MATHURA

Located at a distance of 145 km south-east of Delhi...

VRINDAVAN

15 km from Mathura, is a major place of pilgrimage...

VARANASI

Varanasi is the religious centre of the world for Hindus...




South India Pilgrimage


Tirupati Tirumala Balaji

The ancient and sacred temple of Sri Venkateswara...

Kanchipuram

Kanchipuram is known as one of India's Seven Sacred cities...

Mahabalipuram

Globally renown for its shore temples...


Chidambaram

Situated in the east-central part of Tamil Nadu...

Rameshwaram

Pilgrimage to Benaras is incomplete without a Pilgrimage to Rameshwaram...



East India Pilgrimage


Puri

The holiest place in Orissa and one of the biggest pilgrimage centres in India...

Konarak

Konark Sun Temple is located , in the state of Orissa near the sacred city of Puri...

Bhuwaneshwar

Ancient capital of the Kalinga empire, and now the capital of Orissa...


Buddhist Pilgrimage






Bodh Gaya

This is where Prince Gautama attained enlightenment...

Nalanda

This small village have numerous associations with the Buddha and his disciples...

Vaishali

Vaishali was one of the Buddha's favourite resorts...

Sarnath

The site where Buddha delivered his first sermon to his five disciples...

Lumbini

Lumbini-a place in the South-Western Terai of Nepal, evokes a kind of holy sentiment to the millions of Buddhists...

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