Pilgrimage Tourism in India

India has always been considered the land of spirituality. Though Hinduism continues to be the oldest religion in the country, India has been the birthplace of various religions like Bhuddism, Jainism, Sikhism and Sufism, and has always embraced new religions that other cultures brought into the country. Due to rich culture and heritage, the various regions of the world had been originated and flourished in India. From ancient era mystique and mythology in the soil of this country consequences plenty wonderful pilgrimage and worship places, these religious monuments gained a key prominence and evidence of most visited Indian places by locals and overseas tourists. India being versatile and a huge country, is known as divine destination of all kinds ofpilgrims following any belief around the world. India has been quite famous all over the world, for its religious, spirituality and tolerance and its secular characteristics, also known as “yogabhoomi" and the gateway to the almighty heavens

This is said that there is abode of 330 million gods and goddess in Hindu region and methodical history. It reveals immense divinity in the air itself. In Himalayas, where the divine destinations like Badrinath and Kedarnath are located, Himalaya is known most sacred pilgrimage tourist sector, and most beautiful tourist places with snowy peaks, highest mountains range of Everest, hill stations, lakes, splendid grasslands, wildlife, streams, waterfalls and plenty beautiful rivers. The sacred Buddhist destinations i.e. Bodhgaya and Sarnath quite sought-after pilgrimage tourist destinations among the Buddha region followers all over the world and these destinations are close of Varanasi which is known as the religious ancient capital of India and it is believed in Hindu religion that if some one passes away in Varanasi and Haridwar, the person will be released from the circle of life, and entitled for heaven. Due to this belief, there are So many people prefer to live in these cities during their old age. This is also a known religious belief that taking dip in Pushkar Lake and Ganga Rivers washes up your sins and help to accomplish salvation.

What is Pilgrimage Tourism?

Pilgrimage tourism is a form of tourism that deals with trip to various pilgrimage destinations of our country. This kind of tourism enable the devotees to visit their religious places in a better way. Holiday Uncle customizes various pilgrimage tours to help the pilgrims. So, that the devotees can pay homage to their respective deities. Pilgrimage tourism aid the pilgrims to attain spiritualism and indulge themselves in meditation, spiritual healing etc.


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