Hindu Pilgrimage : India is a holy land inhabited by people of various faith and religions. The country associates itself with an affluent historical as well as religious backdrop of Hinduism and other religions. There are various Hindu pilgrimages sites in every nook and corner of the country. However the North India pilgrimage sites are quite popular and frequently visited by world wide pilgrim tourists.
|Buddhist Pilgrimage - There are four main Buddhist Indian Pilgrimages including Lumbini the birth place of Gautama Buddha; Bodh Gaya the place of his enlightenment, Sarnath is the place where he delivered his first teaching and Kusinara the place of his death. Situated in Rupandehi District Lumbini is perched near the Indian border it is the place where Queen Mayadevi gave birth to her prince son Siddhartha Gautama who later became the founder of Buddhism.|
|Sikh Pilgrimage : Golden Temple is the most magnificent Sikh pilgrimage this temple is located in the holy city of Sikhs- Amritsar which was once a dense forest home of Guru Nanak. The temple is famous for its golden dome and is built on a 67 ft square of marble. It is believed that Guru Ram Das- the fourth mentor of Sikhism excavated a tank which was named as Amritsar meaning Pool of the Nectar of Immortality and hence the temple is the supreme centre of Sikhism.|
|Vaishno Devi : There are many legendary tales associated with the Vaishno Devi shrine. According to a legend, Mother Goddess hid in the cave, while trying to escape from a demon, whom she ultimately killed. It is said that, the devotees who visit the Mata or Mother for fulfilling their wishes, never go empty handed. But there are some who throng the holy shrine, only to see the Mata. Vaishno Devi, in India is a one of the sacred pilgrimage sites in India.|
|Shirdi Sai Baba Tour : The idol of Baba in the temple is made in Italian marble, which was built by Late Balaji Vasant in 1954. There is an assembly hall in the temple that can accommodate for about 600 devotees. In the assembly hall, is a showcase that has various items used by the holy saint. The first floor of the temple has the pictures depicting the life of the saint. The temple opens on 5 am with morning prayers and close down at 10 pm with night prayers.|
|Amernath Yatra Tour : The Amarnath yatra is an important event during July-August. It is held annually and thousands of Hindus from various parts of the world visit these Amarnath caves. Pilgrims trek from Pahalgam to reach the caves and worship the great ice Lingam. Such, is the reverence, Amarnath has for the Hindus being one of the central places of worship in India.|
|Char Dham Tour : The Char Dham lie in the snow peak Garhwal ranges and is, thus considered the most sacred of all the Himalayan ranges. Heaven and the Earth is said to unite in these holy spots. Those who are born or die here are said to be very fortunate. The Char Dham should be visited from left to right beginning from Yamunotri, going to Gangotri, Kedarnath and finally Badrinath. This route follows the Hindu tradition of Parikrama or clockwise circumambulation.|