Ayodhya and Kashi are two sacred and ancient cities which are glorified in the Vedic literature to be the gateways to moksha. Ayodhya is the birthplace of Sri Ramachandra and Kashi is the place of Lord Vishwanath. Everyone wishes to visit these holy places in order to offer oblations to their forefathers. Along with Ayodhya, you shall visit Chitrakoot, the sacred place where Lord Ramachandra lived during the His exile, Naimisharanya – the sacred forest where Srimad-Bhagavatam was spoken to Shaunaka Rshi, Varanasi (Kashi) – the city of Sri Kashi Vishwanath, Allahabad – the Sangam, Gaya – the temple of Vishnupada and Bodh Gaya – the tree of wisdom and many other holy places. Join us for this Ayodhya-Kashi Tour and make your life sublime.
Yatra date: February 24 – March 02, 2018
For a group of more than 10 yatris, you can request a private yatra. Contact us at 9844700850
Holy places covered during this yatra:
Travel by: Flight & AC bus for ground transport
Accommodation: Twin sharing AC rooms. Single occupancy room can be availed on additional cost.
Yatra price: Rs 20,999.00
Price includes deluxe twin sharing rooms, Airport transfer, AC bus for ground transport, breakfast, lunch and dinner, yatra director fees, service charges, entrance fees, inter-state tax, toll tax, parking and driver allowance
Price excludes to-fro domestic flight till Lucknow and return from Patna, 5% GST on Yatra, bed tea / coffee, service tax, yatra director tips, staff tips and any other charges not mentioned in the inclusion list.
Last day for booking: January 15, 2018
Please note that this is the tentative schedule of the Ayodhya-Kashi Tour. It may be altered later or during the yatra as deemed fit by the Yatra Director.
Tirtha Yatra means sadhu-sanga, hari-katha, vigraha-aradhana, dhama-seva, prasada-sevana, dana-kriya and bhajana. One has to take association of devotees, hear the lilas of Hari, worship the Deity, serve the Lord in the holy place, partake prasadam, give in charity and perform bhajans. The purpose of Tirtha Yatra is to reconnect ourselves with God.