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Spiritual tourism entails visiting sacred and spiritual places of worship of many religions (churches, temples, synagogues, and mosques) to receive spiritual experience and enlightenment and improve physical, mental, and spiritual well-being. India is a nation of mysticism and spiritual enlightenment.

Spiritual tour packages yearn to recharge their mental batteries, practice mindfulness, and improve their spiritual well-being because of India’s reputation as a nation of spirituality. Mindfulness has gained popularity as a positive way of dealing with adversities. Spiritual tourism has also started to appeal to young people in the post-pandemic era because it weaves mindfulness and spirituality into the travel fabric.

Travel for spiritual purposes refreshes and renews our sense of wonder and is also organically linked to self-care. It provides a deeper connection to the environment, others, and oneself. The need for happiness in society is stronger than ever, and the desire to investigate the spiritual realm attracts old and young people alike.

For many years, primarily the people of advanced age undertook spiritual journeys. This has changed in the last year and a half, with younger, new-age travellers looking to detach from regular life. Spiritual retreats, which include religious and off-the-beaten-path locations, are perfect for soul and body cleansing.

Young people are more open-minded and liberal; spirituality is a personal and private pursuit for them, so instead of grudgingly trekking to random locations with their parents for religion, they are now opting to embark on these journeys of self-discovery on their terms. With worry and sadness among younger generations on the rise, people are looking for serenity and a sense of belonging, which these sacred locations provide. They, at the very least, provide context.

About Spiritual Holidays


From being the land of yoga and the house of the world's major religions, India is a sanctuary for you if you seek to find yourself, seek relief from the increasingly busy world, or explore the spiritual world a little more.

The spiritual tourism circuit here will take you to several prominent ashrams in India, teach you about yoga and meditation, help you take meditation courses, and take you on a tour around some of India's most beautiful spiritual sites.

India offers a lot of destinations when it comes to spiritual tourism. 

  • South Indian temples:

South Indian temples have rich histories and the ability to awaken you to the presence of ancient religious teachings and supernatural powers. The South Indian temple tours offered by various travel agencies combine the treasures of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Karnataka, Kerala, and Tamil Nadu into one unforgettable, holy experience.

  • North Indian temples
Badrinath, located in the Himalayan range, is known for the Badrinarayan Temple and is considered one of India's four "dhams" or pilgrimage sites. Kedarnath, a shelter for Lord Shiva followers with a breathtaking mountain view, is regarded as one of the world's holiest destinations. A trip to Kedarnath and Badrinath is necessary to experience India's spiritual serenity at its best.

  • Buddhist pagodas

India is the birthplace of Buddhism, the world's fourth-largest religion. In northern and central India, many pilgrimage places, stupas, and monasteries bear witness to its heritage. Visits to areas significant in Gautam Buddha's life, such as his birthplace, places of his enlightenment, teaching, and attaining Nirvana, are thought to bring merit and re-birth. Thus, including the Buddhist Circuit in your search for enlightenment is necessary.

 

  • Temples in central India

Varanasi, one of the world's holiest towns, is the seat and face of ancient Indian spirituality. Varanasi’s excursions, which are set on the ghats of the river Ganga, will take you through Buddhist landmarks, boat rides, and the calming reverberations of Sanskrit mantras.

Most Popular Spiritual Journey Tour Packages

 

Spiritual Journey Tour Packages No. of Days Price*
Shri Amarnath Yatra 3 Nights/ 4 Days Rs. 30 990.00
Char Dham Yatra Group Tour 10 Nights/ 11 Days Rs. 58 990.00
Char Dham Yatra By Helicopter 5 Nights/ 6 Days Rs. 1 94 990.00
Maa Vaishnodevi Darshan (By Helicopter) 2 Nights/ 3 days Rs. 20 585.00
Adi Kailash Yatra 7 Nights/ 8 days Rs. 51 000.00


Main destinations: The following are the most popular spiritual journey tour destinations in India:

Northern India Southern India Western India Eastern and Northeastern India
Mata Vaishno Devi - Jammu & Kashmir Madurai - Tamil Nadu Shirdi - Maharashtra Tawang - Arunachal Pradesh
Amarnath - Jammu & Kashmir Tirupati - Andhra Pradesh Pushkar - Rajasthan Puri - Odisha
Haridwar - Uttarakhand Guruvayur - Kerala Gandhinagar - Gujarat Bhubaneshwar - Odisha
Bodh Gaya - Bihar Sabarimala - Kerala Bhimashankar - Maharashtra Mayapur - West Bengal
Gangotri/Yamunotri - Uttarakhand Kanchipuram - Tamil Nadu Dwarka - Gujarat Konark - Odisha
Amritsar - Punjab Puttaparthi - Andhra Pradesh Harihareshwar - Maharashtra Hajo - Assam
Dharamshala - Himachal Pradesh Dharmasthala - Karnataka Nathdwara - Rajasthan Sagardwip - West Bengal
Rishikesh - Uttarakhand Rameshwaram - Tamil Nadu Pandharpur - Maharashtra Gangtok - Sikkim
Sarnath - Uttar Pradesh Auroville - Puducherry Somnath - Gujarat Goalpara - Assam
Varanasi - Uttar Pradesh SriSailam - Andhra Pradesh Aurangabad - Maharashtra Hailakandi - Assam

Places to Visit:

India is the land of spirituality and mystique. The country manifests its diverse faiths in the supreme power through a plethora of places of worship. If you walk through the majestic mountains, you will feel a divine presence; you will find spirituality and history waiting to quench your spiritual needs if you walk through the meandering lanes. 

Temples, mosques, churches, Gurudwaras, and monasteries are in abundance in India, and they entice visitors to see a tolerant, spiritual, and most importantly, diverse yet united country. Many commonplace destinations in India have been transformed into significant holy sites due to the boom in spirituality. 

As a result, many travel aficionados have begun to flock to these hubs, in addition to the vast number of pilgrims who visit these religious locations once a year. India's fame has developed in tandem with its tourism industry. Let us learn a bit about a few of these intriguing religious tourist destinations in India and learn about a new and crucial aspect of the country.
 
-Mata Vaishno Devi, Jammu & Kashmir
Mata Vaishno Devi, from up in the Himalayas, beckons her worshipers. The residence of Mata Vaishno Devi, one of India's most famous pilgrimages, is located in the Trikuta Hills in Jammu & Kashmir. Taking a difficult trek to the caves where the goddess resides and bestows many favours is an incomparable pleasure. Beautiful scenery, all-pervading spirituality, and an exhilarating adventure are what this trek encompasses. This is one trip to India that will stay with you for the rest of your life. Explore more about Jammu and Kashmir tour packages.

-The Golden Temple, Punjab
Gurdwara Harmandir Sahib, the most important Sikh pilgrimage site in India, was built by the fourth Sikh Guru, Ramdass Sahib Ji. Several Sikh historical events are commemorated in this gold-plated temple. The Golden Temple, as a symbol of peace, has left an indelible mark on India. The calming reflection of the devout golden building on the surrounding lake, and the throngs of pilgrims milling around the temple complex, entice one to pay a visit to this popular religious site in India.

-The Sun Temple, Odisha
The Sun Temple, India's architectural masterpiece, is the pinnacle of magnificent architecture and unrivalled spirituality. Located in Konark, Odisha, it is a gigantic structure that is a remarkable example of ingenuity. The amazing architecture, which contains 12 pairs of carved wheels, a hall of offerings, an imposing pyramidal top, and sensual themes, has drawn art lovers and travel enthusiasts to the Sun Temple, making it one of the best destinations to visit on a spiritual vacation in India.
 
-Dargah Gharib Nawaz, Rajasthan
Gharib Nawaz Dargah Sharif, a sacred shrine in Ajmer, attracts millions of pilgrims each year from all over the world. The Dargah captivates one's heart for a variety of reasons; there is surely something unique about this spot that draws people of various religions to worship here. Although the Dargah is usually packed, the Urs festival is the best time to visit Ajmer Sharif when the place comes to life.

-Velankanni Church, Tamil Nadu
Velankanni Church, located in the Nagapattinam district of Tamil Nadu, is a must-see on any religious journey of India. This church is one of India's most important pillars of faith, believed to have been built by a Portuguese sailor as an act of gratitude towards God after surviving a catastrophic sea storm. The Feast of the Nativity of Mary is celebrated here every year, and millions of devotees from all over the world visit here to witness it.
 
Which are the other best spiritual places to visit in India?

● Tirupati
● Srisailam
● Tawang Monastery
● Kamakhya Temple
● Bodh Gaya
● Basilica of Bom Jesus
● Akshar Dham
● Bahai Lotus Temple
● Kurukshetra
● Hemis Monastery
● Ujjain
● Varanasi
● Sachkand Sri Hazur Sahib
● Dilwara Temples
 
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has designated Bodhgaya as the country's "spiritual capital." Bodhgaya is the site of Gautama Buddha's enlightenment, which marked the start of Buddhism. Since time immemorial, it has been a popular pilgrimage destination for Buddhists worldwide and it has alot been a part of almost every Spiritual journey tour package.
 
The Mahabodhi Temple complex, designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2002, is built around the Bodhi tree under which Gautam Buddha used to meditate. Bodhgaya is a tiny town in Bihar that is located on the banks of the Niranjana River. Much of the town came around the complex, which houses a slew of Buddhist temples and monasteries built by Buddhists worldwide. Each of these temples is built in the style of the country it represents.

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