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KAILASH MANSAROVAR YATRA VIA LHASA WITH KAILASH CHARAN SPARSH– 22 DAYS

Tour Highlights: Shiv Puran Katha by Shree Anandgiriji Maharaj 5* Accommodation at Kathmandu 4* Accommodation at Pokhara Visit Pashupatinath & Buddha Neelkanth All Vegetarian Meals Rudrabhishek in Kathmandu Visit to Manokamna Temple Visit to Muktinath Temple Visit to Janakpur Temple Read More

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from £ 3695 /Per Person

KAILASH MANSAROVAR WITH MUKTINATH, VALMIKI ASHRAM- 27 DAYS

Mount Kailash is highly revered for the being the abode of Lord Shiva. Every year, hundreds of devotees embark on the treacherous journey to this peak for seeking the blessings of the Lord and take a dip in the holy Mansarovar Lake. Spanning in the duration of 14 days, Kailash Mansarovar Yatra 2018 (by luxury coach from Kerung) by Indian Holiday offers a hassle-free and safe journey. The Yatra starts in the end of April and continues till September when pilgrims trek in batches to reach their Lord’s abode.

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from £ 4375 /Per Person

Nav Shakti Peeth with Jagganathpuri & Ganga Sagar – 20 DAYS

The religious Devi temples of Himachal and other regions of North India are most well famous around the country. Most of these devi temples are one of the 51 Shakti Peethas, located on hills, caves and surrounded by dense forest. Here is the 9 most famous devi temples of north India region, along with other famous devi temple of Himachal such as Chandi Devi Temple, Nanda Devi Temple,Himachal Devi temples, Shikari Devi Temple and Hidimba Devi Temple part of most famous devi temples

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from £ 2195 /Per Person

12 Jyotirling Yatra with Ganga Sagar & Shirdi – 25 DAYS

It is believed that Lord Shiva first manifested himself on Earth on the night of the Aridra Nakshatra, thus the special reverence for the Jyotirlinga. There is no unique appearance to mark the Jyotirlingas. Many people believe that you can see these lingas as columns of fire piercing through the earth after you reach a high level of spiritual attainment. Originally there were 64 Jyotirlingas out of which 12 are considered to be highly auspicious and holy. The 12 Jyotirlingas sites in India take the name of the presiding deity. Each considered a different manifestation of Lord Shiva. The primary image as all these lingas is the “lingam” representing the beginning and end stambh pillar or the infinite nature of Lord Shiva.

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from £ 2350 /Per Person