7 Days / 6 Nights

Uttar Pradesh


Pickup from Airport/Railway station and check-in to Hotel. At evening, get ready to
experience one of the most memorable moments of your life, as you will be taken to River
Ganges to enjoy Ganga Aarti. Get a glimpse of the spiritualism at the Ganga Ghats (river
front). Night stay at Hotel in Varanasi.

Early morning, we will be taken for a boat ride on the Ganges. It is a mystical and spiritual
experience as you watch people offering water to the Sun God and devotees taking holy dip
in the Ganges. We will cover all major Ghats of Varanasi. Latter cover the most religious
Vishwanath temple, Annapurna Temple and Kalbhairav Mandir. Come back to hotel for
breakfast. After breakfast a fabulous city tour is arranged which will cover all the major
temples in Varanasi like Durga Temple, Sankat Mochan, the Bharat Mata temple, BHU.
Latter, we will be taken for an excursion to Sarnath. Sarnath is the place where Lord Buddha
delivered his first sermon to his disciples. The attractions at Sarnath are the Buddha
temples, the Dhamekha stupa, Chaukhandi stupa and the archaeological museum. Latter
drive to Bodhgaya. Night Stay in Bodhgaya.

After Breakfast visit Lord Buddha Temple, Bodhi Tree. Sightseeing places Sita Kund, Janki
temple, Haleshwar Asthan, Ram chura(Vaisahali). Latter transfer to Gaya (12 Kms).Visit
Vishnu Temples, Vishnupad Temple is sacred among Hindus and is dedicated to Lord Vishnu.
According to believers and religious texts, the footprints inside the temple are those of Lord

Visit Japanese Temple, Chinese Temple, TibetianTemple, Phalguna River and latter drive to
Varanasi. Overnight stay at Hotel in Varanasi

Early morning after breakfast, drive to Allahabad . Enjoy the holy bath in river Ganga and in
Sangam (Meeting point) of the three rivers – Ganga, Yamuna & Saraswati. Sangam –
overlooked by the eastern ramparts of the fort, wide flood plains and muddy banks
protrude towards the sacred Sangam. At the point at which the brown Ganges meets the
Greenish Yamuna, pandas (priests) perch on small platforms to perform puja and assist the
devout in their ritual ablutions in the shallow waters. Beaches and ghats are littered and
various holy rituals will be seen everywhere near ghats.

Latter we will cover the other spot in Allahabad like Hanuman Temple, Anand Bhavan- one
of the country’s best-running museums in memory of Jawahar Lal Nehru. Swaraj Bhawan –
the house where the former Prime Minister of India Mrs. Indira Gandhi was born. Night stay
at Hotel In Allahabad.

After breakfast we drive to Chitrakoot and have a local sightseeing of Chitrakoot city.
Ram Ghat is a long stretch of steps made on the bank of Mandakini River.
Hanuman Dhara is a great shrine dedicated to Lord Hanuman, in one of the wooded hills of

Kamadgiri, a forested mountain, is of prime religious importance in Chitrakoot District. As
per legends, Lord Brahma performed havan here, with 108 fire pits, before creating the

Gupt Godavari is a cavern located at a distance of 19 km south of Ram Ghat. As per the
legend, the Godavari River emerging as a perennial stream from the rocks deep inside this
cave, flows down to another cave below and then disappears. Drive back to Allahabad.
Overnight stay at Hotel in Allahabad.

After early breakfast we cover the other spot in Allahabad like Hanuman Temple, Anand
Bhavan- one of the country’s best-running museums in memory of Jawahar Lal Nehru.
Swaraj Bhawan -the house where the former Prime Minister of India Mrs. Indira Gandhi was
born we proceed to Ayodhya.

Latter drive to full day sightseeing of Ayodhya city. Ayodhya – a very holy city and is an
important pilgrimage site. Lord Rama wass born here and had many of his pastimes here. It
is said to have once had a perimeter of 96 miles and was the capital of Koshala. It is on the
banks of the Gogra (Ghaghara or Saryu) River, bathing in which is supposed to destroy even
the sin of killing a Brahmin.

On the right bank of the river Ghagra or Saryu, as it is called within sacred precincts, stands
the holy city of Ayodhya, believed to be the birth place of lord Rama, the seventh
incarnation of lord Vishnu. Ayodhya during ancient times was known as Kosaldesa. The
Atharvaveda describes it as “a city built by gods and being as prosperous as paradise itself”.
The illustrious Ikshvaku of the solar clan (suryavamsa) was the ruling dynasty of this region.
Ayodhya is pre-eminently a city of temples yet, all the places of worship here are not only of
Hindu religion. At Ayodhya several religions have grown and prospered simultaneously and
also at different periods of time in the past. Remnants of Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and
Islam can still be found in Ayodhya.

According to Jain belief, five tirthankaras were born at Ayodhya, including Adinath
(Rishabhadeva), the 1st tirthankar.

Night stay at Ayodhya.

After breakfast, we proceed to Naimisharanya . Naimisharanya temple is a major pilgrimage
center and attracts devotees from all over India. Naimisaranyam :Vishnu is is considered to
be an Aranya Swaroopi, or in other words, the forest of Naimisaranyam, hallowed earlier on
by the discourses on the great epics of India, by Vyasa Muni and Suka Muni – is considered
as a manifestation of Vishnu and held in reverence and worship. The forest is considered to
have been the abode of 60000 sages. Latter drive to Lucknow .

Night stay at hotel in Lucknow.

After breakfast, if have some time can enjoy half day local sightseeing in Lucknow. we
proceed to Lucknow to catch the train/Flight with a pleasant memory of Holy Trip.


About the Place:
Uttar Pradesh is a state in the Northern part of India and is a tourism destination for both Indians and foreigners. This state has many historical monuments and places of religious significance. The most important places to visit is the Taj Mahal and Hinduism’s holiest city, Varanasi.

How to Reach:
Uttar Pradesh is predominantly accessible by air, rail and road.

By Air: One can reach Uttar Pradesh through 2 major international airports located in Lucknow and Varanasi. There are also domestic airports in cities Agra, Meerut and Jhansi.

By Rail: The easiest and cheaper way to get here is via rail network. Uttar Pradesh has more than 430 railway stations and connects its cities to other parts of the country.

By Road: There are several expressways and highways that run through Uttar Pradesh. One can hire a cab or get a state bus service and reach the destination through well maintained roads.


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