One Expression around which all religions base their preaching. Peace of mind, body and soul. Since time immemorial both man and God have just one prayer - Shanti - for the living and the Departed. The Char Dham, also called the Deo Bhumi - The Adobe of the Gods - presents just the ambience where the Divine & the Sublime coexist.Once there, the sheer magnificence and the tranquil beauty so immerses you into a world of spirituality that you experience true peace and humility.
The Himalayas - the world's most majestic & loftiest mountain chain, is the global heritage of all mankind. The sublime quality of this "Adobe of Snows' has, since time immemorial, inspired the sages & saints of India and has attracted tourists & pilgrims from world over to its awesome beauty & calm serenity Uttaranchal abounds in places of sanctity where devotees converge every year to pay obeisance to their Gods braving vagaries of weather & other human travails in Himalaya.
Chardham Yatra 11 Nights/12 Days
Badrinath Tour 05 Nights/06 Days
Kedarnath Tour 05 Nights/06 Days
Gangotri Tour 04 Nights/05 Days
Yamunotri Tour 04 Nights/05 Days
Badri Kedar Tour 08 Nights/09 Days
Hemkund Sahib 07 Nights/08 Days
Mansarovar Tour 17 Nights/18 Days
Amarnath Ji 03 Nights/04 Days
Vaishnodevi 02 Nights/03 Days
Gokul - Mathura 03 Nights/04 Days
Haridwar-Rishikesh 02 Nights/03 Days
Allahabad-Varanasi 05 Nights/06 Days
Panch-Kedar 15 Nights/16 Days
From the advent of Hindu religion for the last 5000 years, it is believed that the sacred rivers originate from the centre of the universe, which is Mount Kailash and Mansarovar. Mt. Kailash also known as Sumeru rabat is the home of Lord Shiva and Indeed the Indus, Satluj, Ganges via Karnali and the Brahmaputra River begins at this most holy spot...
As the legend goes... in the Mahabharat, while on their Himalayan Pilgrimage, the Pandavas decided to pay Homage to Lord SHIVA. But Lord Shiva was not interested in meeting them as they were guilty of Gotra Hatya. Seeing the Pandavas coming, the Lord disguised himself as a Bull. But the Pandavas saw through Shiva's disguise...