Jagannath Puri is one of the four sacred dhams of India – the Char Dham. It is the shankha-kshetra and an abode of Lord Jagannath. The city is also famous for the annual Ratha Yatra Festival which attracts the largest religious gathering on the planet. Linked to Jagannath Puri is Kantilo which is the original sitting place of the Jagannath Deity along the banks of the Mahanadi river. In this Jagannath Puri Tour, devotees will be blessed to also visit many other holy places along with Jagannath Puri. Apart from famous temples of Bhubaneshwar, Puri and Konark, the less know temples like Sakhi Gopal, Alarnath, Kantilo, Cuttack and Remuna would also be visited during the Jagannath Puri tour accompanied by soul-stirring bhajans, immersive narration of the Sthala-puranas and delicious prasadam feasts. The Puri tour package also covers Ganga Sagar Temple where Mother Ganga meets ocean in the Bay of Bengal. During this Jagannath Puri Yatra, yatris will get a spiritual experience of their lifetime along with the amazing darshan of the Lord and places associated with His divine lilas. Hence what are you waiting for? Go ahead and join us for this spiritual adventure.
Yatra date: November 24 – 30, 2017
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 extra cost.
Yatra price: Rs 19,999.00
Price includes 3 star 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 Bhubaneshwar and return from Kolkata, 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: October 15, 2017
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.