Temples of India
India is a land of many diverse cultures and religions. India is also known for different ideologies, cultures, traditions and rituals. You will find a holy place of worship in every corner of the country. Mostly temples have been a witness of several historical incidents. Each temple has its own unique story and history.
Spiritual Tours India
Amongst the many Spiritual Tours in India are those that revolve around the holy Ganga River and the Hindu faith having numerous deities. It is said that one attains a state of unison with the almighty after visiting the various pilgrimages en-route the spiritual tours of India. These spiritual destinations include Haridwar, Rishikesh, Badrinath and Kedarnath (Char Dham) and other places like Gangotri and Yamunotri. The banks of river Ganga, the tranquil surroundings and the temples that strengthen your belief in God; this is what the spiritual tour at these places offers you. Down in South India too spiritual tours of India are conducted for Rameshwaram, Mahabalipuram, Tirupati and other sacred pilgrim spots.
For the Buddhists too there are several spiritual tours in India. India is dotted with places that are associated with the life and times of Gautam Buddha - the founder of Buddhism. Lumbini is sacred for being the birthplace of Buddha. The city of Sarnath popular amongst the Buddhists as the spot where Lord Buddha delivered his first sermon, which revealed the eight-fold path after His enlightenment. In Bodhgaya under the holy Bodhi tree Lord Buddha is believed to have attained Enlightenment. Vaishali is another pilgrimage destination where Gautam Buddha had delivered His last sermon and announced His Nirvana. Thus all these spiritual spots have become the main destinations for the various spiritual tours in India.
For the followers of Sikhism too there are many destinations in India for the spiritual tours. Millions flock every year to visit the Golden temple in the amazing city of Amritsar. It is believed that the Golden Temple must be seen by everyone before death. For the Sikhs one of the most revered shrines in India is the Hemkund Sahib. Devotees trek to a height of 4329 meters to pray at the world's highest Gurudwara. Govind Dham acts as the base camp of the pilgrimage. Pilgrims also wish to visit the Sri Guru Nanak Dev ji gurudwara at Manikaran known for the hot water springs with healing properties. The holy city of Poanta Sahib is visited to regard the tenth guru, Guru Govind Singh. Pilgrims also visit to Anandpur Sahib, the residence and meditation spot for the Sikh Gurus. Thus, there are many pilgrimage spots for the spiritual tours in India.