India, the birth place of spirituality, is the most sought after destination for seekers across the globe. Devotion and seeking the Ultimate are virtues inherited by birth in all Indians. India has offered the world abundance of spiritual wisdom and has always been the centre of knowledge. The pilgrimage sites tucked in unparalleled natural beauty across India stand testimony to the bygone eras of Wisdom, Devotion and Mukthi.
Kasi-Gaya-Allahabad The oldest continuously habituated cities of the world is Kasi, means light, civilisation knows Kasi as the light of the world. Lord Shiva was so impressed with the knowledge the people of the city had that he desired to stay in Varanasi. Varanasi translates on Hindi as 80 doors to the Ganges. The land of salvation and Mukthi, this sacred pilgrim site is filled with divine knowledge and light. Gaya now Prayagraj known for offering pinda daan to deceased ancestors is yet another significant pilgrim site. Allahabad, the Tiruveni Sangam where the confluence of the three holy rivers (Ganga, Yamuna & Saraswati) happen is a spell binding spiritual experience.
DELHI - BADRINATH-KEDARNATH-GANGOTRI-YAMUNOTRI Located within the Garhwal Region the four holy shrines collectively referred to as "Char Dhaam of Uttarakhand" . Pilgrims from across the world make it to these four holy temples at least once their lifetime.
Dev Prayag - Joshimath – Badrinath –– Mathura-Vrindavan – Naimisaranyam – Ayodhya
Ahmedabad - Nishkalank Mahadev - Sombath - Dwaraka - Bet Dwaraka - Nathdwaraka - Dakota Dwaraka - Dwarakadish - Kevadia ‘Pancha Dwaraka‘ is a spiritual journey to the five significant temples of Lord Krishna – Dwarkadhish Temple (Dwarka), Bet Dwarka (Dwaraka), Shrinathji Temple (Nathdwara), Ranchhodraiji Temple (Dakor), Dwarkadhish Temple (Kankroli). This itinerary also features the sea temple in Bhav nagar and Somnath, the first Jyotirlinga. Statue of unity - A colossal statue of India’s iron man Sardar Vallabhai Patel is another attraction included in this package tha travels to 2 states Gujarat & Rajasthan.
CHENNAI-MAMALLAPURAM-THIRUVALLUR-SHOLINGUR-KANCHIPURAM-THIRUKOVILUR-CUDDALORE-CHIDAMBARAM-SIRKAZHI-MAYAVARAM-KUMBAKONAM-THANJORE-TRICHY-RAMANATHAPURAM-MADURAI-TIRUNELVELI-KANYAKUMARI-TRIVANDRUM-CHENGANNUR-COCHIN-GURUVAYOOR-CHENNAI Divya Desams are the supreme 108 sacred temples of Lord Vishnu, the Vaishnavas on which the 12 Alvars sing in the Divya Prabandha, a collection of 4,000 Tamil verses. These holy abodes of the lord as spread from the Himalayas to Kanyakumari. Among the 108 temples, 105 are located in India, one in Nepal, and last two are outside the Earthly realms. The last two are Thirupalkaddal and Paramapadam. Tirupalkaddal is the ocean of milk and Paramapadam is the Srivaikuntam where lord Maha Vishnu presides. The Divyadesams can be divided into 7 categories: Thondai Naadu temples Chozha Naadu temples Nadu Naadu Temples Pandiya Naadu Temples Malayala Naadu temples Vadu Naadu Temples Vinnulaga Thiruppathigal Amongs the108 Divya Desams, 80 are situated in Tamilnadu alone and 15 in Kerala.
Lord Shiva relieves his devotees from the clutches of Karma to attain salvation or Mukthi. He is worshiped in a divine form of eternal light known as a Jyothirlinga - the most sacred sight of worship in Hinduism. Legend has it that there are 64 holy shrines of Jyothirlingas spread across India, out of these 12 are of supreme importance. 9 among them are tucked in rural parts of India and not easily accessible to the common man. Tour Times has curated a unique premium luxury package for the darshan of these divine Jyothirlingas that relieves one from the cycle of birth and death. Symbolising the limitless form of Shiva, devotees from across the globe come to experience these sacred abodes of seeking peace and spiritual freedom.