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India is famed for its rich and abundant wilderness, and wildlife sighting is a must when on a trip to this beautiful land. One can witness hundreds of diverse genus of creatures encompassing tiger, leopard, elephant, bear, wild boar, toddy cat, jackal, langur, ratel and many more in their natural habitat. Not only this, wildlife tours bring you close to different sorts of vegetation which make your holidays in India more appealing and adventurous. Our wildlife packages combine magnificent wildlife and picturesque landscape so that you can indulge the maximum time of tour in the famous national parks being accompanied by the experienced guides.
And from the only home to Asiatic Lions outside Africa at the Sasan Gir National Park to the versatile birdlife and big cat species in Periyar and Kabini down South, explore the great beyond of Indian wild and the dense jungles with over 40 Wildlife Tour Packages.
Whether it be the luxury jungle resorts, eco tents to budget hotels and guest houses at the national Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries in India, we assure you of an unforgettable voyage through the lands and wildlife reserves that inspired the likes of Rudyard Kipling’s to pen down the eternal story of Mowgli and his wild companions in the famous Jungle Book. Plan your wildlife vacations in India with our comprehensive wildlife holiday packages.
Are you delighted for your honeymoon vacation? This is one such escape you will treasure for the rest of your life. It is a once in a lifetime opportunity to have fun and give a good start to your love and romantic life. There is no famine of honeymoon places in India. Be it the hushed and isolated Lakshadweep islands, lively and vivacious place of Goa, royal city of Jodhpur or Scotland of India, India is the perfect destination to spend a time with the most special person in someone's life. Couples deserve to plunge in the delights of a tropical heaven while being taken care of each and every single desire. Honeymooners can lose themselves in maximum comfort and opulence with our honeymoon travel packages. We offer personalized packages for the couples that will take them to one of the beautiful honeymoon destinations in India.
Whether you want to bask in the peaceful and serene backwaters of Kerala, unwind in the untouched hill stations of North East, or you want to romance under the starlit sky in Ladakh, Holiday World Express’s honeymoon packages from Bangalore, Chennai, Mumbai & other places include the best honeymoon destinations in India that will leave you love-struck. If you want to make your honeymoon the most special and pleasant memory of your life, honeymoon packages in India are awaiting you.
The aroma of Hawan Yajna among the pure, serene and tranquil setting, the chanting of hallowed prayers can be experienced on a pilgrimage tour to India. There are oodles of places of worship for every devotee, be it Hindu, Sikh, Muslim or Christian. Make your journey to one of the renowned holy centers of India blissful and contended by grabbing the best pilgrimage travel packages.
We offer you a few of the most popular spiritual trips of India. These trip grants the visitors a fascinating experience that they will remember for many, many years. We render the pilgrims with impeccable services to make their holy trip a comfortable one.
Pilgrimage holidays in India have more to them than just a visit to the holy shrines. Located across some of the most historic quarters of the country; they will also facilitate you to relish on a heritage sojourn as well
Bihar is an ancient land where the mythological King Janak of Videha, Ramayana famed Maharishi Valmiki and Goddess Sita resided. It is said that the Epic Ramayana was written by Rishi Valmiki and believed to have been born in the northern region of Bihar, known as Valmiki Nagar. Since the origination of the epic took in this region, there are quite a few places that have been linked with myths of the events narrated in the Epic. The Hindus regards these places with reverence and visits as pilgrimages. These places are Janakpur, Punaura Dham, Sitamarhi, Panth Pakar (Sitamarhi), Ramchaura (Vaishali), Phullahar (Madhubani), Ahilya Asthan, Valmiki Nagar, Chanki Garh (West Champaran), Ram Rekha Ghat
Sitamarhi: The present-day Sitamarhi was previously known as “Sitamahi” or the “Land of Sita”. On way to Ayodhya after her marriage with Rama, Sita had reportedly stopped at this place. A magnificent temple stands here today. Lakhs of devotees visit the temple during Ramnavami Celebrations in April month of every year.
Janakpur: Janakpur, the erstwhile capital of Mithila, is scared place in Epic Ramayana. It is said that the marriage of Rama and Sita has been solemnized in this place. One can see the magnificent “Ram-Janaki” temple here along with many others temples related to Lord Rama and Goddess Sita or Janaki.
Ayodhya: Famed as the birth place of Lord Ram, it is an important pilgrimage centre about 134 km from Lucknow. Temples and mosques exist side by side in all architectural splendor in the twin cities of Faizabad and Ayodhya. The ghats of Saryu bring alive a deeply spiritual experience. Faizabad was founded by Nawab of Awadh Sadat Khan and a later Nawab Shujauddaula made it capital of Awadh.
The Cradle of luminous Jain Spiritual souls lies in Bihar. Bihar is the sacred destination as the birthplace of the 12th Tirthankar “Vasupujya” and 24th Tirthankar Mahavira. Their non-violent ascetic path became very popular and become one of the prominent religions of India. According to Jain tradition Vardhaman Mahavira was born at the locality called Kundpura in the city of Vaishali in North Bihar and died at Pawapuri (near Rajgir) and left behind a rich legacy and some beautiful temples. In today world a tourist may explore the places associated with the life and preaching of Vardhaman Mahavira and other Jain Tirthankar in Bihar.
Pawapuri: The 24th Tirthankara Mahavira is believed to have attained Nirvana at Pawapuri. The temple is also famous as Jal Mandir. The marvelous white marble temple seems floating in the middle of a magnificent blooming lotus lake. The long walk over the causeway that connects the temples with the main land is a mesmerizing experience with the blooming pink-white large lotuses and the chirping water birds wading around making the atmosphere utterly divine.
Rajgir: Rajgir is famous health resort and equally import in Jain philosophy. As Rajgir is situated between five hills and Jain temples are situated in every hilltop. Rajgir is said to be very close relation with Jain Culture and mythology. Son Bhandar, Veerayatan, Maniyar Math, Kundalpur are some of the sacred places situated in this region.
Vaishali: Vaishali is one of the most ancient and famous sites in India. It has been identified with the modern village of Basarh as the birth place of Mahavira, the 24th Tirthankara of Jainism (599-527 BC). VaishalMahavir - Visit Bihari figures prominently in Jain Literatures. The Jain, both Swetambars and Digambars state that Vardhamana Mahavir was the son of Siddhartha of “Kundpura” or “Kundgrama”, a suburb of Vaishali. A modern temple is constructed in Vaishali which attract tourist from different part of world.
Kundalpur: Untold is the importance of the Parasnath Hill to the Jains, for 19th out of the total 2Jain Temple - Mandar4th Tirthankar’s attained their Nirvana here. The Parasnath hill top with the temples in sylvan setting, is a charming spot.
Lacchaur: Lacchaur is situated about 7 kms south of Sikandara in Jamui district. Two Jain Temples, known as “Muth Buddhroop” and “Muth Purusnath” situated some 5kms south of the village in a picturesque valley between two parallel ranges of hills. Some Jains hold Lacchaur to be the birth place of Lord Mahavira Swamin, the 24th Tirthankara of Jains.
Bihar is intimately associated with Sikhism. The 10th Guru of Sikh religion who was the pioneer in formalization and unification of the follower of Guru Nanak was Guru Gobind Singh. He was the son of the 9th Guru, Guru Tegh Bahadur and was born in Patna on 22nd December, 1666. At his birthplace there is a marvelous Gurudwara called Takht Sri Harmandir Ji Sahib. There are other Gurudwara which commemorate some events of Guru Gobind Ji life. These Gurudwara are not only sacred pilgrimages for the Sikhs but wonderful to be visited by any travelers.
The Sikh regards these places with reverence and visits as pilgrimages. These places are - Patna Saheb, Gurukabagh, Kanganghat, Gayghat, Baaleela and Handisaheb
The legendary spiritual enlightenment site of the Buddha under the holy Bodhi tree has become the magnetic point for human congregation ever since. The magnificent Mahabodhi temple that had been declared as a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO is a great source of peace. The Kesaria Stupa, highest among the excavated Buddhist stupas is also situated in Bihar.
Rajgir: Rajgir,19 kms from Nalanda, was the ancient capital of Magadha Empire. Lord Buddha often visited the monastery here to meditate and to preach. Rajgir is also a place sacred to the Jains, Since Lord Mahavira spent many years here.
Bodhgaya: Near the holy city of Gaya, the Buddha attained enlightenment. The tree that had sheltered him came to be known as the Bodhi tree and the place Bodhgaya. Today Bodhgaya, an important place of pilgrimage, has a number of monasteries, some of them established by Buddhists of Japan, Thailand, Myanmar, Sri Lanka etc.
Nalanda: A great centre of Buddhist learning, Nalanda came into prominence around the 5th century BC and was a flourishing university town with over ten thousand scholars and an extensive library.
Sarnath: Buddha gave his first sermon at Sarnath after achieving enlightenment, about 10 km from the ancient holy city of Varanasi. The sermon, setting in motion the wheel of the teaching (dharamchakrapravartna) revealed to his followers the 4 noble truths, the concept of the 3 jewels of Buddha, Dharma and Sangha via the 8 fold path, for inner peace and enlightenment. It was here that the Buddha established his first disciples (sangha) to promote his new doctrine. The splendid Dhamekha Stupa at Sarnath was originally erected by King Ashoka, as was the famous lion capital pillar, now the proud symbol of India.
Kushinagar: At Kushinagar close to Gorakhpur in eastern Uttar Pradesh, India en route to Kapilavastu, Lord Buddha fell ill and left this world in 543 BC. His mortal remains were preserved in eight commemorative chortens, and then further distributed by King Ashoka into 84,000 stupas across his kingdom and beyond. Important places to see here are the Mukatanabandhana stupa and the Gupta period reclining Buddha statue in red sandstone.
Discover Central India and all its treasures with the local specialists. With over 45 years of combined experience, our staff of travel professionals knows what visitors to India want. We have thousands of clients that have done India tours with us and we provide unsurpassed services and facilities at the lowest prices.
Dozens of travel agents hire us to do Taj Mahal tours and Central India tours for their clients. You can save money by dealing directly with us. Please let us know what you would like to experience in Central India and we will design a custom visit just for you.
We can offer you a dozen ways to do a quick Delhi – Agra tour and even more options if you want a journey that takes you on a complete exploration of Central India – including a Delhi tour, Varanasi tour, Khajuraho tour, Gwalior tour, Jaipur tour, or even tours of the wildlife parks at Ranthambore, Kanha, Bandhavgarh and Pench.
Delhi is a city that extensions two unique universes. Old Delhi, once the capital of Islamic India, is a maze of restricted paths lined with disintegrating havelis and imposing mosques. Interestingly, the supreme city of New Delhi made by the British Raj is made out of open, tree-lined parkways and forcing government structures. Delhi has been the seat of force for a few rulers and numerous domains for around a thousand years. Numerous a times the city was fabricated, devastated and afterward reconstructed here. Interestingly, various Delhi’s rulers assumed a double part, first as destroyers and afterward as makers.
Patna is the capital of the Indian state of Bihar, and one of the oldest continuously inhabited places in the world. Patna is also a city for Sikhs. Patna is located on the south bank of the Ganges River, called Ganga locally. Patna has a very long riverline, and it is surrounded on three sides by rivers—the Ganga, Sone, and Poonpun (also spelt Punpun). Just to the north of Patna across the river Ganga flows the river Gandak making it a unique place having four largish rivers in its vicinity. It is the largest riverine city in the world. A historical city on the banks of Ganges was nomenclated by princess Sarika, daughter of king Patliputra.
Vaishali today is a small village surrounded by banana and mango groves as well as rice fields. But excavations in the area have brought to light an impressive historical past. The epic Ramayana tells the story of the heroic King Vishal who ruled here. Historians maintain that one of the world's first democratic republics with an elected assembly of representatives flourished here in the 6th century B.C. in the time of the Vajjis and the Lichchavis. And while Pataliputra, capital of the Mauryas and the Guptas, held political sway over the Gangetic plain, Vaishali was the center for trade and industry.
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