One of the most spiritually significant and divine journeys to experience serenity, attain salvation and grow spiritually. This pious and sacred pilgrimage in the beautiful Garhwal Himalayas is a wonderful opportunity to explore the beauty of the snow-clad magnificent Himalayas and absorb the Hindu culture and its significance.This conscious travel is to the sacred shrines at four prominent holy destinations – Yamunotri (the abode of Shakti Yamuna),Gangotri (the abode of Shakti Ganga), Kedarnath (the abode of Lord Shiva) and Badrinath (the abode of Lord Vishnu) - also known as four ‘Dhams’, hence know as Char- ( four) Dham-( holy destination). This pilgrimage is believed to purify your heart & soul and quench your spiritual urges, hence thousands from world over flock here.
Starting from Delhi we travel up north to:
Haridwar ( HT: 314 MTS), Barkot( HT:1352 MTS) , Yamunotri (HT: 3235 MTS) , Uttarkashi (HT: 1352 MTS) , Gangotri (HT: 3048 MTS), Guptkashi (HT: 1319 MTS), Kedarnath (HT: 3584 MTS), Badrinath (HT: 3133 MTS), Pipalkoti , Kirtinagar, Rishikesh and back to Delhi via Hardwar.
The journey includes 6-7 hours of travel time each day to reach the divine destinations, on some days we would be trekking up as well.
The pilgrimage season starts from April and lasts till November.
Self guided journey for self purification. Becoming a conscious traveler by taking a self-guided journey/retreat can be a transforming. Self guided journey allows you to explore more than just the destination, and take that first step to discover more about your inner self, ask questions, visit yourself, meditate, contemplate, reflect and bond with higher consciousness, Its a journey which encourages you to ‘sense’ the vibrations of a location and ‘feel’ the energy of a destination. Embarking on journey which includes not just places but your self ...is conscious traveling on a self-guided journey.
Char Dham’, one of the most sacred pilgrimage circuits of India, as we pay homage to the four abodes of God; This pilgrimage was initiated by sage Adi Shankaracharya, a great Hindu intellectual and reformer. The sage started this holy journey in the 8th century with the motive of reviving the Hindu religion, and certainly the four destinations were perfect to serve his purpose.
- Holy dips in the thermal springs
- Ganga Arti At Har Ki Pauri
- Meditate at the Divya Shila
- Drive Through Harsil Valley
- Dip in Holy Ganga River
- Trek form Gaurikund to Kedarnath
- Ganga Arti at Parmath Ashram
- Visits to Chandi Devi Temple, Mansa Devi Temple,Daksha Mahadev Temple, Kempty Falls,Vishwanath Temple,Shakti Temple,Gangotri Temple,Ardh Narishwar Temple,Kedarnath Temple,Sheshnetra ( a boulder having an impression of the legendary serpent), Charanpaduka (a beautiful meadow where the footprint of Lord Vishnu is seen on a boulder)Mata Murty Temple, Urvashi Temple,Mana Village ( Indo-Mongolian tribe), Vasundhara Falls, Bhim Pul ( A massive rock forming a natural bridge) ,Vyas Gufa ( Cave ),Badrivishal Temple,Laxman Jhulla,Ram Jhulla, Treveni Ghat,Bharat Mandir and Shivananda Ashram