KASI SPIRITUAL TOUR
⇒ Price : INR 13,500/-
⇒ Days & Nights : 7N-8D
⇒ Departure : 02/03/2018
⇒ Return : 08/03/2018
⇒ Places Covered : Varnasi – Sarnath – Allahabad – Triveni Sangam – Bodi Gaya – Kriya Yoga Ashram
TOUR PACKAGE : Rs. 13,500/- per person
– Food: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner.
– Transportation by train/ bus /stay /expertise /supervision & sightseeing as per itinerary.
BOOKING TERMS AND CONDITIONS:
– In order to confirm the Hotel and Vehicles booking, you are required to transfer 50% of the total package cost, immediately.
– Total package cost need to be paid 20 days before trip departure.
– Please note that on payments made by bank transfer, bank charges will have to be borne by the clients
– Should you wish to cancel; the following scale of charges will apply.
– Cancellation 10 days before departure – 50% of trip cost refund
– Cancellation 24 hrs. before departure – No Refund
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Transfer to the following account :
Account Details: Pyramythri Spiritual Tours & Trekkings
Account Number : 007505013392
Bank : ICICI Bank
Branch: SR Nagar
IFSC CODE: ICIC0000075
DAYS & NIGHTS :
(6 Nights / 7 Days) Drive In & Drive Out.
PLACES COVERED :
Varnasi – Sarnath – Allahabad – Triveni Sangam – Bodi Gaya – Kriya Yoga Ashram
Kasi or Varanasi is one of the most ancient, famous and holiest of the holy Hindu pilgrim centers. It is situated between two small streams that flow into the river Ganges, Varana on its northern border and Asi (or Assi) on its southern border, from whom it derives its name Varanasi.
In ancient India, Kasi was a great center of education not only for the Hindus but for other religions such as Buddhism and Jainism. Students were taught the Vedas, the Upanishads and other schools of philosophy and religious thought in the ashrams or study centers that existed in the nearby forests. The Buddha was well aware of its religious significance and visited it frequently. Geographically it was close to Sarnath, where he delivered his first sermon immediately after his enlightenment.
Sarnath is one of the four most important Buddhist pilgrimage centers of India. Buddha, the great sage, after attaining enlightenment (Buddha-hood) at Bodh Gaya came to Sarnath and delivered his first sermon to five disciples (i.e. Kaundinya, Bashpa, Bhadrika, Mahanaman and Ashvajit) for redeeming humanity.
Triveni Sangam in Allahabad is the confluence of three rivers, Yamuna, Ganga and the mythical Saraswati. It is a common practice to take a bath in the holy waters of the Sangam, as it is believed doing so washes away all sins and diseases.
Bodh Gaya is a religious site and place of pilgrimage associated with the Mahabodhi Temple Complex in Gaya district in the Indian state of Bihar. It is famous as it is the place where Gautama Buddha is said to have obtained Enlightenment (Pali: bodhi) under what became known as the Bodhi Tree.
Day 01 : March 2nd Friday
– Reach Kasi and Hotel Check-in
– Followed by Lunch
– Introductory speech about Kasi by Nandaprasad Sir
– Followed by Dinner and Group Meditation
Day 02 : March 3rd Saturday
– Early morning Ganga Harthi and Group Meditation, Satsang with Nanda sir
– Breakfast followed by IFSS program
– Evening Kasi local sightseeing
– Group Meditation
Day 03 : March 4th Sunday
– Morning Meditation and Satsang with Spiritual Scientists
– IFSS program
– Kasi local sightseeing
Day 04 : March 5th Monday
– Morning Meditation and full day sightseeing in Kasi and Sarnath
– Night Journey to Bodi Gaya
Day 05 : March 6th Tuesday
– Bodi Gaya visit and Night stay
Day 06 : March 7th Wednesday
– Early morning start to Allahabad
– Followed by Allahabad Sightseeing
– Night stay
Day 07 : March 8th Thursday
– Breakfast and Hotel Checkout
– Visit Kriya Yoga Ashram, Group Meditation
– Followed by Lunch
– Adults must carry original & valid Passport / original Voter ID card.
– Children must carry original & valid Passport / original birth certificate & school photo ID card.
– Carry dangerous weapons on the trip.