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A spiritual journey for Sikhs

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Places Covered :  Delhi – Chandigarh – Anandpur – Manali – Manikaran – Mandi – Amritsar – Delhi – Patna – Varanasi

Highlights :
* Delhi, The National capital with a rich cultural history
* Varanasi, Oldest and holiest city of India.
* Anandpur Sahab, Most important city in the history of Sikhism.
* Manali,a small hill station, very popular
* Manikaran sahib Gurudwara,Golden Temple Gurudwara,Patna Sahib Gurudwara

Package Details

Day  1
Arrival in Delhi
Arrival at Delhi, the capital of India. On arrival at the airport, we welcome you in the traditional Indian way. Then, without wasting time, we drive you to your hotel. Overnight at hotel .

Day   2
Enjoy this full day of sightseeing in the city that you can visit the Red Fort, Jama Masjid and Chandni Chowk. The rest of the day is at leisure, you can explore the city yourself. Overnight at hotel

Day   3
Delhi – Chandigarh 3H 30min, 300kms
Early in the morning, you take the train to Chandigarh. Have a breakfast in the train. Once arrived at the hotel. Sightseeing in Chandigarh is required. Explore the famous rock garden, the rose garden and then head Rapar to enjoy the sanctuary of Fatehgarh. Overnight at hotel.

Day   4
Chandigarh – Anandpur 1H 20min, 82kms
Enjoy a day visit to Anandpur where the tenth guru, Guru Gobind Singh instituted the Khalsa in 1699. at Hotel. The city has no less than 16 gurdwaras (Sikh places of worship), all almost entirely built in white stone. Overnight at Hotel.

Day   5
Anandpur-Manali 5H 249kms
Morning departure to Manali. Set amidst the forests of towering cedars, it offers unparalleled opportunities for trekking. Rest of the day is free to capture the beauty of nature at its best. Overnight at Hotel.

Day   6
Manali-Manikaran 1H 45min 80kms
Embark on a day trip to visit Manikaran, located at an altitude of 1737 m. It is a famous place of pilgrimage for Sikhs and Hindus. The city is also famous for its hot springs and Gurdwaras. The name “Manikaran” refers to jewelry. According to legend, the goddess Parvati, wife of Shiva (the Hindu god of destruction) has lost a precious jewel in a body of water in this region. When Parvati asked Shiva to look for, he asked his disciples to find it for her. The disciples were unable to find the jewel, Shiva became angry and opened his third eye. This action led to disturbances in the earth, which caused the creation of precious stones and jewelry everywhere in this area. Overnight at Hotel.

Day  7
Mandikaran-Mandi 2H 94kms
Departure for Mandi, a small town located 800 meters above sea level on the banks of the Beas River. The heart of the city is undoubtedly Indira Market, an unusual commercial complex in the basement, around a garden open to the sky. The rest of the day is free. Take this opportunity to visit the many temples in the city dedicated to Shiva..Drive to Mandi. Rest of the day at leisure. Overnight at Hotel.

Day   8
Mandi-Amritsar 5H 288kms
Visit Amritsar that includes a visit to Akal Takht that literally means ‘Eternal Throne’. It is located within the premises of Golden Temple. Overnight at Hotel.

Day   9
The day is free to explore nearby shrines of Taran Taran and Goindwal in the Punjab countryside. Overnight at Hotel.

Day   10
Amristar-Delhi-Patna 1497kms
Board a train to New Delhi, to connect with flight to Patna, which is reputed as the second seat of Sikh authority. Night at Hotel.

Day   11
Visit one of the holiest shrines of the Sikhs- Patna Sahib that is also reputed as the most important takht after Amritsar. There are four other rivers join the Ganges in Patna. These are Ghaghara, the Gandak, the Punpun and Sone. The city is situated at an altitude of 53 meters. Patna has one of the longest bridges in the world. Later in the day board a train to Varanasi.

Day   12
Patna-Varanasi 4H 20min 261kms
Enjoy a full day sight-seeing tour of the city, which is the holiest city for the Hindus .Sightseeing will include visits to the temples dedicated to Lord Shiva and Bharat Mata Mandir.

Day   13
Enjoy an early morning boat cruise on the river Ganges and watch a sea of humanity beginning their day with holy rituals, a beautiful sight you will remember all life.

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