CHAR DHAM YATRA

25,499 /-(Onwards per  1 pax)  ( 8  nights / 9 days )  3 Days journey

  • Holiday Type :
    Family, Pilgrimage,  Senior Citizen, Student ( group )
  • Journey details: Visakhapatnam to Delhi  ( economy class flight ticket ). Return 3 tier AC train ticket.
  • States :
    Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand
  • Places Covered :
    Delhi, Agra, Mathura, Vrindavan, Haridwar, Rishikesh, Badrinath, Kedarnath,
  • Vehicle: A.C. bus
  • Food: Pure vegetarian (Without Onion and Garlic ) live cooking with brahmin.
  • Accommodation:- Deluxe A.C.Hotel accommodation on twin sharing basis. In case of 3 persons, a room with one extra bed will be provided. Note:-At  Hill station Nonac rooms will be provided.
  • Exclusions: Doli, Jeep charges, Helicopter at Kedarnath, Poojas, temple entry or special darshan tickets Entry fee during sight seeing Boating Horse ride etc. Portages, Laundry.                  T&C  Applied.

  
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TOTAL DURATION: 12 Days 

Starting at  Rajahmundry :                

Day: 1 

Rajahmundry to Visakhapatnam by bus. evening flight to Delhi. vehicle journey from Delhi airport to Haridwar. 

Night Journey

   Night Journey

Day:2  

Departure to Haridwar (205 km. / 7 hrs.), check into Hotel.Have a holy bath in the Ganges, Later visit Ganga Mandir and Harati in the Ganges.         

Night Stay

   Haridwar

Day: 3 

After Breakfast,  proceed to Rudraprayag the confluence point of 2 Holy rivers – Alaknanda and Mandakini, have a Sangam view of  Alaknanda & Mandakini and then drive to  Rampur. check into Hotel.

Night Stay

  Rampur

Day: 4 

Proceed to Kedarnath, After performing Pooja & Darshan of Shri Kedarnath Ji return to Rampur by Coach.  

NOTE:  In case you are traveling by Helicopter / Walk / Pony / Doli, the return will be on the same day with the night stay at Rampur. Those who are traveling by Walk (19 Kms. approx. each way) / Pony / Doli, have a start the trek early in the morning of Day 4 so that you can come back on the same day.

Night Stay

   Rampur

Day: 5 

Departure to Joshimath. Upon arrival, check into your hotel.

Night Stay

   joshimath

Day: 6 

The morning after Darshan of Shri Badrinath Ji, visit Mana Village, the last Village before the Tibetan border. After Lunch drive to Joshimath. Upon arrival, check into the hotel.        

Night Stay

   joshimath

Day: 7 

After Breakfast, Departure to Haridwar

Night Stay

   Haridwar

Day: 8

Morning Pooja Celebration. After lunch proceeds to Delhi (205 Kms./5 Hrs.).

Night Stay

   Delhi

Day: 9 

After the breakfast drive to AGRA, The Taj Mahal was built by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his third wife, Mumtaz Mahal and is regarded by many, as the finest example of Mughal architecture. The Taj Mahal is a white marble mausoleum located in Agra, widely recognized as ‘the Jewel of Muslim Art’ in India and is one of the universally admired masterpieces of the world heritage. Taj Mahal has an architectural style that combines elements from Persian, Ottoman Turkish, and Indian architectural styles. The Taj Mahal is surrounded by beautiful gardens. Its beauty attracts numerous Indian and international tourists to visit this site.  

MATHURA: visit Birth Place of Lord Krishna.

Sri Krishna Janmabhoomi Temple was built over the prison which was believed to be the birthplace of Lord Krishna. This temple was constructed five times. According to the epics and folklore of the area, the temple was first constructed about 5,000 years ago by the great-grandson of Lord Krishna, Vajranabha. The second time, the temple was built in 400 AD, during the reign of Chandragupta Vikramaditya, a Gupta Emperor. It was said that this temple was so beautiful that neither a painting nor a description could describe its grandeur. In 1017 AD, the temple was destroyed by Mahmud of Ghazni. 

In 1150 AD, a person named Jajja constructed the temple for the third time during the reign of Raja Dhrupet Dev Janjua, Emperor of Mathura. Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu (a Vaishnava saint) visited this temple in the 16th Century. Later this temple was destroyed by Sikandar Lodi (Sultanate of Delhi) in the 16th Century.

About 125 years later, Raja Veer Singh Bundela of Orchha (or Urchha is a small town in Madhya Pradesh) constructed the Keshav Deo temple for the fourth time during the reign of Jahangir (Mughal Emperor). He built the temple with Rs 3.3 million. Again in 1669 AD, Aurangzeb destroyed this temple and built a mosque in its place known as Jami Masjid. He used the materials of the temple to construct the mosque.

In 1803, the city of Mathura came under the rule of British. In the year 1815, the East India Company auctioned the temple area. Raja Patnimal of Banaras bought the temple land to rebuild the temple. But his wish was not fulfilled. Later, Late Mahamana Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya took the initiative to reconstruct the temple. He took financial assistance from Late Seth Jugal Kishoreji Birla. Jugal Kishoreji Birla established ‘Sri Krishna Janma Bhoomi Trust’ on 21st February 1951. With the rigorous efforts of many people from 15th October 1953, the construction of the temple was completed in February 1982.

VRINDAVAN: Vrindavana-dhama is a place of ever-increasing joy. Flowers and fruits of all seasons grow there, and that transcendental land is full of the sweet sound of various birds. All directions resound with the humming of bumblebees, and it is served with cool breezes and the waters of the Jamuna.  

Vrindavana is decorated with wish-fulfilling trees wound with creepers and beautiful flowers. Its divine beauty is ornamented with the pollen of red, blue and white lotuses. The ground is made of jewels whose dazzling glory is equal to a myriad of suns rising in the sky at one time. On that ground is a garden of desire trees, which always shower divine love. In that garden is a jeweled temple whose pinnacle is made of rubies.It is decorated with various jewels, so it remains brilliantly effulgent through all seasons of the year. The temple is beautified with bright-colored canopies, glittering with various gems, and endowed with ruby-decorated coverings and jeweled gateways and arches. Its splendor is equal to millions of suns, and it is eternally free from the six waves of material miseries. In that temple, there is a great golden throne inlaid with many jewels. In this way, one should meditate on the divine realm of the Supreme Lord, Sri Vrindavana-dhama.

Night Stay

   Delhi

Day: 10 

Delhi local sightseeing.

Red Fort       (  OUTSIDE VIEW ONLY )

The Red Fort is a 17th-century fort complex constructed by the Mughal emperor, Shah Jahan. Also known as Lal Qila, it served Mughal Emperors as their residence. In the walled city of Old Delhi (in present day Delhi) the fort was the palace for Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan’s new capital, Shahjahanabad. The red fort lies along the Yamuna River, which surrounds most of the walls. Red Fort’s significant phases of development were under Aurangzeb and later Mughal rulers. This monument was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2007. The red fort stands as a testimony to enormous power and pomp of Mughal emperors.

Lotus Temple  

A Bahá’í House of Worship and made in a flower-like shape, Lotus temple is a prominent attraction in Delhi. Completed in 1986, it has won numerous architectural awards and been featured in hundreds of newspaper and magazine articles. Like all other Bahá’í Houses of Worship, the Lotus Temple is too open to all religion. The Bahá’í’ emphasize that the holy scriptures of the Bahá’í Faith and other religions can be read or chanted inside in any language. Since its inauguration to public worship, the Bahá’í House of Worship in Delhi has attracted millions of visitors, making it one of the most visited buildings in the world.

India Gate  

Situated in the heart of New Delhi, India Gate was designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens. Built in 1931, it commemorates the 90,000 soldiers of the Indian Army who lost their lives while fighting for the Indian Empire, or more correctly the British Raj, in World War I and the Third Anglo-Afghan War. The India Gate hexagon complex with a diameter of about 625m covers approximately 306000m² in the area, surrounded by most important roads of the national capital. Due to its breath-taking beauty, the lawns around Rajpath get crowded in the evening, when the India Gate is lit up.

Birla Mandir

One of the major tourist attractions in Delhi, Birla temple has been built by BD Birla. Dedicated to Laxmi (Goddess of wealth) and Shiv (The preserver), Birla temple was inaugurated by Mahatma Gandhi with the belief that it should be opened to all castes and all faiths. This three-storied temple is built in Nagara style of Hindu temple architecture. The entire temple is adorned with carvings depicting the scenes from Hindu mythology, which has been carved by more than hundred skilled artisans. The main temple houses statues of Lord Narayan and Goddess Lakshmi along with other small shrines dedicated to Lord Shiva, Lord Ganesha and Hanuman. 

Indira Gandi Memorial

Placed near Safdarjung Road, Indira Gandhi Memorial was initially the residence of Late Shri. Indira Gandhi. Now being converted into a museum, the photos and newspaper clippings, as well as Indira Gandhi personal belongings are displayed here. One can also see the collection of the personal moments of the Nehru-Gandhi family. Some of the rooms of memorials are preserved as they are an interesting window into her life. Another section is devoted to her son Rajiv, who was assassinated in 1991 by a suicide bomber. Fragments of the clothes that he was wearing are on display here. On the way out, visitors will pass an enclosed crystal pathway that marks Indira Gandhi’s final footsteps before her murder. 

Qutub Minar  

A UNESCO World Heritage Site in Delhi, Qutub Minar has been constructed with red sandstone and marble. It is the tallest minaret in India with a height of 72.5 meters (237.8 ft). The Construction was commenced by Qutub-ud-din Aibak in 1192 but was completed by Iltutmish. During the rule of Firoz Shah, the minar’s top two floors were damaged but were repaired by Firoz Shah himself. Qutub Minar has a tilt of 25 inches to the southwest, which is considered to be ‘within safe limits’, but experts have stated that the monument needs regular monitoring in case rainwater seepage further weakens the foundation.

After sightseeing proceeds to the railway station. 10.00.p.m. Train to Vijayawada.

Day: 11 

Train journey.

Day: 12 

Morning 8.00.a.m. reaching to Rajahmundry

Tour concludes.

Tour Requirements

  • For Adults – Photo identification in the form of Voters ID / Passport / Aadhar Card / Driving Licence / Ration card
  • For students – Photo identification in the form of Passport / Aadhar Card / PAN card Carry original as well as 2 photocopies of school or college Photo Identity card
  • For Infants – Carry 2 passport sized photographs
  • Things to Carry

    • Mobile phone with appropriate sim card
    • Along with your necessary clothing and toiletries carry sunscreen lotion, hand sanitizer, sunglasses, cap, sports shoes, umbrella/windcheater, camera etc. and woolens if needed
    • If you are on any medication, carry sufficient stock of the medicines with prescription
    • IMPORTANT NOTE:- All programs will be arranged with us. There is any inconvenience like weather, nature, political issues  Road repairs extras. The company is not responsible.