Temple Tour of North India is a great tour for spiritual, art and heritage lovers. Feel delighted to pay a visit to various temples of the regions of Mathura, Vrindavan, Agra, Varanasi, Allahabad, Khajuraho , Orchha, Jhansi, Bhopal, Ujjain, Indore, Omkareshwar , Haridwar and Rishikesh. Do the arti and seek blessings of gods. Have a peaceful, relaxing and spiritual experience during this tour.
Day 1: Delhi – Mathura (161 km)
After your arrival at Delhi airport you will be transferred to Mathura in guidance of our representative. On arrival, check into the hotel and relax. Overnight stay in Mathura.
Day 2: Mathura
After breakfast, visit Krishna Janma Bhoomi Mandir which was the birthplace of Lord Krishna where now temple has been constructed, Dwarkadhish Temple which was built by devotee of Lord Krishna, Radha Kund formed by Lord Krishna where he slew a demon bull and Govardhan Hill which was once lifted by Lord Krishna to defeat Lord Indra god of Rain and thunder. Overnight stay in Mathura.
Day 3: Mathura– Vrindavan – Agra (56 Kms)
Post breakfast you will be transferred to Agra. En-route Vrindavan and visit Prem Mandir made using white marble and decorated with intricate carvings, Radha Raman Temple devoted to with idol of Lord Krishna and crown depicting Radha, Shri Gopeshwar Mahadev Mandir devoted to Lord Shiva and Shahji Temple dedicated to Lord Krishna. Continue your tour towards Agra. Continue your tour towards Agra. Overnight stay will be in Agra.
Day 4: Agra – Varanasi (603 km)
Start your day with by sunrise view at Tajmahal one. It is situated on the bank of River Yamuna and was built by Shah Jahan in memory of his beloved wife. After that visit Agra Fort lying parallel to River Yamuna comprising many palaces and built using red sand stones. After that you will be transferred to Varanasi by train. Stay overnight.
Day 5: Varanasi
Post breakfast visit Assi Ghat, Kashi Vishwanath Temple one of the 12 sacred jyotirlinga and is located near bank of River Ganga. Next visit Sarnath the place where Buddha enlightened by the lesson of Dharma, Tulsi Ghat , Ramnagar Fort lying opposite to River Ganga and comprises a museum. Later on visit ghats around the River Ganga and enjoy boat ride at Ganga with mesmerizing views of sunset. Return back to the hotel and enjoy your dinner.
Day 6: Varanasi – Allahabad (103 km)
After having breakfast you will be transferred to Allahabad. On arrival, check into the hotel and relax for a while. After that visit Triveni Sangam which is the confluence of 3 rivers Ganga,Yamuna and Saraswati. Next visit Allahabad Fort located near the sangam comprising Zanana for women, Saraswati Koop and Ashok Pillar. Later on, you may visit Khusro Bagh reflecting Mughal architecture and is home to three mausoleums, Anand Bhawan built by Motilal Nehru for residence purpose and now converted into museum that depicts the life of Nehru families and then you may visit All Saints Cathedral reflecting Gothic style and containing a memorial to Queen Victoria. Return back to the hotel and enjoy your dinner.
Day 7: Allahabad – Khajuraho (287 km)
Post breakfast you will be transferred to Khajuraho a great place for art and history lovers. Overnight stay in Khajuraho.
Day 8: Khajuraho
Post breakfast, visit Kandariya Mahadev Temple with various frescos decorating the walls, Lakshman Temple depicting the trinity of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva over the entrance of the temple and is one of the largest shrines of the temple with stunning architecture. Next you may pay a visit at Devi Jagdamba Temple with carved erotic figure with beautiful image of Goddess Parvati and Dulhadev Temple enshrines with beautiful shivalingam and sculptures of Apsaras and housing beautiful sculpture of Lord Shiva with his wife Parvati. Return back to the hotel and enjoy your dinner.
Day 9: Khajuraho – Orchha (172 km)
After having breakfast you will be transferred to Orchha. On arrival, check into the hotel and relax for awhile. After a short break visit Chaturbhuj Temple with exquisite architecture offering spectacular views of the surroundings and Laxminarayan Temple reflecting blend of temple and fort architecture with exquisite paintings on ceiling and walls. Next you may visit Orchha Fort situated on the island of Betwa River comprising Jahangir Mahal, Raj Mahal and Rai Praveen Mahal along with Rama Raj Temple where Lord Rama is worshipped as King not as god. Return back to the hotel and enjoy your dinner.
Day 10: Orchha – Jhansi (18 km)
Post breakfast the tour will head towards Jhansi. Check into the hotel and after a while visit Jhansi Fort with thick granite walls and several bastions with mounted cannons, Rani Mahal which was living palace of Rani Laxmi, Ganesh Temple devoted to Lord Ganesha where Rani Laxmi Bai got married. Next visit will be at Government Museum which holds various history artifacts. Return back to the hotel and enjoy your dinner.
Day 11: Jhansi – Bhopal (355 km)
In the morning after having breakfast you will be transferred to Bhopal by train. Transfer to the hotel followed by an overnight stay.
Day 12: Bhopal
After breakfast, you will visit Bhojtal built by Raja Bhoj with picturesque vista and flanked with lush green forest and where you can enjoy various activities like boating, canoeing and kayaking. Next you may visit Bhojpur Temple with spectacular architecture, beautifully carved stone sculptures of Hindu deity and pantheons, Laxmi Narayan Temple situated o top of Arera Hills with sandy yellowish outlook offering stunning views of the surroundings and lake. After spectacular views and spiritual evening, return back to the hotel and enjoy your dinner.
Day 13: Bhopal – Ujjain (191 km)
The next tour destination of Temple Tour of North India is Ujjain. On arrival, check into the hotel and relax for a while. After a short break visit Shree Mahakaleshwar Temple housing one of the twelve jyotirlingas decorated with beautiful inscriptions, motifs and sculptures. Next visit Chintaman Ganesh Temple devoted to Lord Ganesha and situated across Kshipra River, Kal Bhairav Temple built on bank of River Kshipra for Shiva devotees, Harsiddhi Temple with idol of Annapurna seated between idols of Mahalaxmi and Mahasaraswati. Later on pay a visit at Ram Ghat which is one of the biggest pilgrimage site and Bade Ganeshji ka Mandir. Return back to the hotel and enjoy your dinner.
Day 14: Ujjain – Indore (56 km)
Post breakfast you will be transferred to Indore. After a short break visit Kanch Mandir popular for many glass paintings and sculptures along with stunning architecture and Khajrana Ganesh Temple which houses the largest statue to Lord Ganesha “Ganpati”. Later on pay a visit at Annapurna Temple dedicated to Hindu Goddess of food with elephant statues and ornate gate. Return back to the hotel and enjoy your dinner.
Day 15: Indore – Omkareshwar (78 km)
After having breakfast the tour will head towards Omkareshwar. Visit Omkareshwar Temple which houses fourth Jyotirlinga devoted to Lord Shiva, Mamleshwar Temple located on the other side of River Yamuna with idol of Parvati on wall behind Shiva Linga. After that you may visit Siddhanath Temple reflecting Brahminical architectural style where the exquisite carvings on the ceiling is awe-inspiring. Next you may visit Shiv Pratima Mandir, Gauri Somnath Mandir, Sidhwarkut Jain Temple and Maa Rajrajeshwari Temple. After having a spiritual evening, return back to the hotel and enjoy your dinner.
Day 16: Omkareshwar – Indore - Haridwar (1813 km)
Post breakfast you will be transferred to Indore Airport to board a flight for Haridwar- a holy pilgrimage site of Hindu’s by air. Rest of the day is at leisure. If time permits, the in the evening, participate in the Aarti ceremony at Har-ki-Pauri Ghat dedicated to river ganges. It is believed that there are footprints of Lord Vishnu. In the evening the whole place is filled with peace and peaceful atmosphere. It is believed that if someone takes bath in the river then all his sins are removed. Return back to the hotel and enjoy your dinner. Overnight stay in Haridwar.
Day 17: Haridwar – Rishikesh (20 km)
On reaching there visit Laxman Jhula where once Lord Laxman crossed the River Ganga using Jute rope, Neelkanth Mahadev Temple where Lord Shiva drank venom. Rishikesh is known for meditation, yoga and adventures like bungee jumping and river rafting. You can experience such thrilling activities if you are adventurous. After having a spiritual day, return back to the hotel and enjoy your dinner.
Day 18: Rishikesh – Delhi (222 km)
Post breakfast you will be transferred to Delhi airport for your further journey.
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