Tri Religion Tour - 7 Nights & 8 Days

Tri Religion Tour Itinerary Details

Day 01:- Delhi to Haridwar (200kms / 6-7 Hrs drive one way)

Meet our driver at station/airport/hotel and drive for Haridwar. Check into the hotel arrival in Haridwar. Overnight stay at Haidwar

Haridwar - contains two words Hari and Dwar. Hari implies god and Dwar means door. Haridwar implies Gateway to the God. There are four sacred sanctuaries Gangotri, Yamunotri, Kedarnath and Badrinath on the slopes otherwise called Chardham. It has been demonstrated by archeological discoveries that earthenware culture had a presence in Haridwar during 1700 B.C. what's more, 1800 B.C. Haridwar has been in individuals' brain from the time of Buddha to the British appearance and still in the 21st century. Haridwar was governed by Maurya Empire from 322 BCE to 185 BCE and later it went under the standard of Kushan Empire as indicated by verifiable confirmations. Understood Chinese explorer Huan Tsang visited India in 629 AD. He has referenced Haridwar in his movement diary. Around then Haridwar was a piece of the realm of the King Harshvardhan (590 to 647). The city was likewise attacked by Timur Lang (1336–1405), a Turkish King on January 13, 1399. First Sikh Guru, Guru Nanak (1469–1539) washed at 'Kushwan Ghat' on Baisakhi Day. Later in the sixteenth century Haridwar went under rule of Mughals and rulers like Akbar and Jehangir stepped their commanded here. As indicated by Ain-e-Akbari Mughal Emperor, Akbar drank water from the Ganges stream gathered from Haridwar, which he called 'the water of everlasting status'.

Day 02: Haridwar local

Morning after breakfast, enjoy sightseeing of Haridwar. Visit Mansa Devi Temple (by cable car), Chandi Devi Temple, Daksha Temple, Pawan Dham Temple & Shanti Kunj Ashram in Haridwar. Evening enjoy Ganga aarti at Har Ki Pauri. Overnight stay at Haidwar.

Day 03:- Haridwar to Amritsar (400kms / 10-11 Hrs drive one way)

Morning after breakfast, check out from the hotel & drive for Amritsar. Check into the hotel arrival in Amritsar. Overnight stay at Amritsar.

Amritsar - Amritsar verifiably referred to as Ramdaspur and informally as Ambarsar, is a city in northwestern India which is the authoritative central command of the Amritsar area and is situated in the Majha district of the Indian province of Punjab. As indicated by the Sikh chronicled records, the site was picked by Guru Amar Das and called Guru Da Chakk, after he had asked Ram Das to discover land to begin another town with a man-made pool as its essential issue. After his royal celebration in 1574, and the unfriendly resistance he looked from the children of Amar Das, Ram Das established the town named after him as "Ramdaspur". He began by finishing the pool, and building his new official Guru focus and home by it. He welcomed dealers and craftsman from different pieces of India to sink into the new town with him. The town extended during the hour of Arjan financed by gifts and built by deliberate work. The town developed to turn into the city of Amritsar, and the pool territory developed into a sanctuary complex after his child constructed the Gurdwara Harmandir Sahib, and introduced the sacred text of Sikhism inside the new sanctuary in 1604.

Day 04:- Amritsar

Morning after breakfast, enjoy sightseeing of Amritsar. Visit Golden Temple & Jaliyan Wala Bagh in Amritsar. Evening Visit Wagah Border in Amritsar

Day 05:- Amritsar to Dharamshala (210Kms /5-6 Hrs drive one way)

Morning after breakfast, check out from the hotel & drive for Dharamshala. Check into the hotel arrival in Dharamshala. Overnight stay at Dharamshala.

Dharamshala - Dharamshala (likewise spelled Dharamsala) is the region home office of Kangra region in India. It was some time ago known as Bhagsu. The Dalai Lama's living arrangement and the home office of the Central Tibetan Administration (The Tibetan government estranged abroad) are in Dharamshala. Dharamshala is 18 km (11 mi) from Kangra. Dharamshala has been chosen as one of the hundred Indian urban communities to be created as a keen city under PM Narendra Modi's lead Smart Cities Mission. Dharamshala is a Hindi word (got from Sanskrit) that is a compound of dharma and Shala. A free interpretation into English would be 'otherworldly abiding' or, all the more freely, 'asylum'. Rendering an exact strict interpretation into English is dangerous because of the tremendous and thoughtfully rich semantic field of the word dharma and the social part of India. In like manner Hindi use, the word Dharamshala alludes to an asylum or rest house for profound pioneers. Generally, such Dharamshalas (travelers' rest houses) were regularly built close to journey goals (frequently in remote regions) to give guests a spot to rest for the evening. At the point when the primary changeless settlement was made in the spot currently called Dharamshala, there was one such travelers' lay house on the site, and the settlement took its name from that Dharamshala.

Day 06:- Dharamshala

Morning after breakfast, enjoy sightseeing of Dharamshala. Visit St. John Church, Tusita Meditation Center & Naddi View Point in Dharam Shala. Overnight stay at Dharam Shala.

Day 07:- Dharamshala

Morning after breakfast, enjoy sightseeing of Dharamshala. Visit McLeod Ganj for Dalailama Monastery . Overnight stay at Dharam Shala.

Day 08:- Dharamshala to Delhi (480Kms /12-13 Hrs drive one way)

Morning after breakfast, check out from the hotel & drive for Delhi. Dropping at Delhi.


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