Mathura - Varindavan - Gokul - Barsana
Mathura is the place where Lord Krishna was born and spent his early days. A famous centre of Buddhism in ancient India.
Varindavan is famous for the numerous Lord krishna temples, the bubbly and festive environment. It has evolved as a pilgrimage site of Hindus. Vrindavan is also known to shelter the widows, who want to spend the rest of their lives in company of lord
Char Dham Yatra
The Char Dham (meaning: four abodes) is a set of four pilgrimage sites in India. It is believed that visiting these sites helps achieve moksha (salvation). The four Dhams are, Badrinath, Dwarka, Puri and Rameswaram. It is believed that every Hindu should visit the Char Dhams during one’s lifetime.
Amarnath Yatra - Mani Mahesh Yatra
Anantnag District is famous for the Amarnathji cave situated at Mount Amarnath whose altitude is about 5,486m above sea level. The world famous shrine of Amarnathji is situated about 48 Kms.
Manimahesh lake is a popular Hindu pilgrimage site that is dedicated to Lord Shiva and it is believed that the mighty peak is the abode of the Hindu deity. This sacred trail undertaken by thousands of pilgrims from all over India on the day of the popular Hindu festival that is Janamshtami and ends on Radha Asthami.
Vaishno Devi Yatra
Nestled in the Trikuta mountains, Vaishno Devi Temple, 61 km from Jammu, is visited by thousands of devotees every year. It is considered to be one of the holiest pilgrimage places for Hindus in north India.
Char Devi Yatra
Devotees Have Been Visiting This Shaktipeeth For Centuries To Pray At The Lotus Feet Of Mata Shri Chhinnamastika Devi. They Bring With Them Their Wordly Concerns And Seek Blessing From The Devi. It Is Believed That If You Ask Something From The Devi With A True Heart, Your Wish Will Be Granted.