India is home to a lot of people - nearly one-sixth of the world's population. Of many nationalities and religions which are all of different backgrounds and share a vast history. While India is home to most of the world's Hindus, it also has significant communities of Muslims, Christians, Sikhs, Buddhists, Jains, and folk religion members. Faith is significant and majority of Indians say religion is very important in their life. Which is why cultural tours being very close to the pilgrims who go by in this nation and to the international tourists who want to openly explore the idea of religion for themselves.
From the revered Char Dham which literally means "four abodes" is a collection of four pilgrimage locations in India. It is thought that visiting these sites aids in the attainment of moksha (salvation). In Sanskrit, Ashtavinayaka means "eight Ganeshas." Ganesh is the Hindu deity of harmony, prosperity, learning, and the removal of barriers. The word alludes to eight Ganeshas. This God is worshipped more than any other, emphasising the significance of these eight Ganeshas as well. Jyotirlings are a sacred landmark in religion as well. The story goes Vishnu acknowledged defeat after failing to find the finish, whilst Brahma decided to lie. Shiva emerged from the pillar, condemned Brahma, and complimented Vishnu for his piety. This radiant pillar is known as 'Jyotirling.' It is the holiest of all Shiva temples. The major deity is known as Vishwanath or Vishweshwara, which means "Ruler of the Universe." With 3500 years of documented history, the temple town is also known as Kashi. Bodhgaya is a major and revered Buddhist pilgrimage site in the world. Gautama attained supreme knowledge under a banyan tree, the Bodhi Tree, and became Buddha, the Enlightened One.
This multicultural approach this country takes is awe-striking enough to induce yourself and explore these holy sites. Our plethora of Cultural Tours are picked out to give an insight and experience of every religion which dominates the lands of this nation. From beautiful temples to exciting Buddhist caves, all which can captivate you to come back for more and stay.