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VARANASI – GAYA – ALLAHABAD (7 NIGHTS – 8DAYS)

Uttar Pradesh, A Land Of Cultural And Geographical Diversity Is Blessed By Innumerable Tranquil Expanses Of Meadows, Perennial Rivers, Dense Forests And Fertile Soil Plays A Very Important Role In The Politics, Education, Culture, Industry, Agriculture And Tourism Of India. Viewed As The Largest Tourist Destination In India. It Is Situated In The Northern Part Of India Uttar Pradesh Has A Glorious History, The Land Of Rama, Krishna, Buddha, Mahavir, And Mahatma Gandhi. The Epics Ramayana And The Mahabharata, Were Written In Uttar Pradesh, A Land Replete With Tales Of Ages Gone By, Of Tales About Lord Rama And His Kingdom Of Ayodhya, Of The Buddha And His Teachings, Of The Mughals And Their Art, Culture And Exquisite Architecture, And Of The British And The First War Of Indian Independence In 1857.

Day 1 Varanasi Arrival

In Morning You Arrival At Varansi Airport Our Representative (Driver) Receiving You And Transferred To Hotel. Varanasi Is An Indian City On The Banks Of The Ganga In Uttar Pradesh, Varanasi Or Banaras Is One Of The Oldest Cities Of India. After Reaching Varanasi Check Into Hotel After Freshup Visit To Kashi Vishwanath Temple Is Dedicated To The Chief Deity Of City Of Varanasi, Kashi Vishwanath. One Of The Incarnations Of Lord Shiva, The Temple Was Originally Dedicated To Vishwanath Jyotirlinga..Night Dinner And Rest In Hotel. (Beware Of Mediator Guide / Prist)
Timings: 2:30 Am (Opening Time And Mangala Aarti)
3 Am – 4 Am (Only Ticket Holders Can Join The Aarti)
4 Am – 11 Am (Temple Opens For General Darshan)
11:30 Am – 12 Pm (Bhog Aarti)
12 Pm – 7 Pm (Temple Opens For General Darshan)
7 Pm – 9 Pm (Sapta Rishi Aarti And Darshan)
9 Pm -10:30 Pm (Shringar And Bhog Aarti)
10:30 Pm – 11 Pm (Shayana Aarti And Temple Closes)

Day 2-Varanasi City Tour
Morning After Breakfast Visit To Dasaswamedh Ghat Is One Of The Prominent Ghats, Situated On The Banks Of River Ganges Ramnagar Fort Attracts Tourists From All Over, Which Is Situated On The Opposite Bank Of River Ganges. Bharat Mata Temple Is Among The Beautiful Temples Constructed In 1936 By Babu Shiv Prasad Gupt, A Gandhian Follower. It Is Situated Within The Campus Of Mahatma Gandhi Kashi Vidyapeeth. Night Dinner And Rest Hotel.

Day 3-Varanasi City Tour
Morning After Breakfast Proceed To Ramnagar Museum, Also Known As Banaras Vidya Mandir Museum, Is A Scholarly Museum Located Inside The Ramnagar Fort. Dasaswamedh Ghat Is One Of The Prominent Ghats, Situated On The Banks Of River Ganges. The Ghat Is Visited By Hindu Devotees In Large Number Due To The Religious Significance Of Ten Sacrificed Horses. Kedar Ghat, Situated In The Southern Part Of The Destination, Was Built By The Maharaja Of Vijayanagar. Night Dinner And Stay At Hotel

Day 04:- Varanasi – Gaya ( 246 Kms / 6 Hrs )
Early Morning After Breakfast Start Journey To Gaya Is Located In The Central Part Of The State Of Bihar, In The Northeastern Part Of India. It Is A Part Of The Great Gangetic Plains. Mahabodhi Temple Dates Back To 7th Century And Is One Of The Highlights Of The Religious Township. Constructed Around The Original Bodhi Tree, The History Of This Temple Dates Back To 2,500 Years. Night Dinner And Stay At Hotel

Day 05:- gaya sight seeing
Morning After Breakfast Proceed To Vishnupad Temple, Dedicated To Lord Vishnu, Is One Of The Major Highlights Of The Destination. Built In Shikhara Style, The Temple Was Reconstructed By Ahilya Bai Holkar Of Indore In 1787.
Gaya Pind Daan Is A Ritual Performed By Hindus To Free The Spirits Of Their Deceased Ones, Thus Liberating Them From The Bondage Of The Materialistic World.. Night Dinner And Stay At Hotel.

Day 06:- gaya – Allahabad (390 kms – 6 hrs )
Morning After Breakfast Journey Towards Allahabad The City Of Allahabad Is Among The Largest Cities Of Uttar Pradesh And Situated At The Confluence Of Three Rivers- Ganga, Yamuna And The Invisible Saraswati. The Meeting Point Is Known As Triveni And Is Especially Sacred To Hindus.
Night Dinner And Stay At Hotel.

Day 07: Allahabad sight seeing
Morning After Breakfast Proceed To Triveni Sangam, Located At A Distance Of 7 Km From The Civil Lines Is One Of The Most Famous Tourist Attractions Of The City. Hanuman Mandir, Located In Proximity To The Allahabad Fort Is One Of The Unique Temples In The City. Allahabad Fort Was Built By Emperor Akbar In 1583 Ad. The Massive Fort Stands On The Banks Of The River Yamuna Near The Confluence With River Ganges. Night Dinner And Stay At Hotel Allahabad.

Day 08: Allahabad – Bangalore
Morning After Breakfast Check Out The Hotel And Drop To Allahabad Airport/ Railway Station You Will Start Return Journey To Home.

IN VARANASI ATTRACTIONS:-

Varanasi Is An Indian City On The Banks Of The Ganga In Uttar Pradesh, Varanasi Or Banaras Is One Of The Oldest Cities Of India. This City Has Found Place In The Buddhist Scriptures As Well The Epic Of Mahabharata. In Pali Language Varanasi Was Called Banarasi Hence It Got The Name ‘Banaras’. Varanasi Is Also Called ‘Kashi’ Or The City Of Spiritual Light. Kashi Is The Place Where Shiva And Parvati Stood When The “Time Started Ticking”. This Ancient City Of India Is Located On Holiest River Of India–Ganga. This Relation Is Unique And Has Attracted Thousands Of Pilgrims. One Theory Also Goes That Varanasi Is Located On The Land Between The River Varuna And Assi Hence The Name Varanasi.

Kashi Vishwanath Temple Is Dedicated To The Chief Deity Of City Of Varanasi, Kashi Vishwanath. One Of The Incarnations Of Lord Shiva, The Temple Was Originally Dedicated To Vishwanath Jyotirlinga.Which Is Present Within The Temple Premises. The Vishwanath Jyotirlinga At Varanasi Is Among The Twelve Jyotirlingas Of India Having High Religious Significance.

Dasaswamedh Ghat Is One Of The Prominent Ghats, Situated On The Banks Of River Ganges. The Ghat Is Visited By Hindu Devotees In Large Number Due To The Religious Significance Of Ten Sacrificed Horses. It Is Believed That Ten Horses Were Sacrificed By Lord Brahma To Allow Lord Shiva Return From The Period Of Banishment.

Ramnagar Fort Attracts Tourists From All Over, Which Is Situated On The Opposite Bank Of River Ganges. Constructed In 18th Century By Maharaja Balwant Singh, It Is The Ancestral Home Of The Maharaja Of Banaras. The Fort Is Built With Red Sandstone And Houses A Temple And A Museum Within The Premises

Bharat Mata Temple Is Among The Beautiful Temples Constructed In 1936 By Babu Shiv Prasad Gupt, A Gandhian Follower. It Is Situated Within The Campus Of Mahatma Gandhi Kashi Vidyapeeth. The Shrine Is Dedicated To Mother India And Possesses A Beautiful Marble Structure, Which Was Inaugurated By Mahatma Gandhi.( Timings – Opening & Closing: Monday – Friday: 9.30 Am – 8.00 Pm , Saturday: 9.30 Am -8.00 Pm , Sunday: 9.30 Am – 8.00 Pm , Public Holidays: 9.30 Am – 8.00 Pm)

Ramnagar Museum, Also Known As Banaras Vidya Mandir Museum, Is A Scholarly Museum Located Inside The Ramnagar Fort. The Museum Houses A Vast Collection Of Items Belonging To The Royal Family Of Varanasi. These Include Artefacts Belonging To Medieval Period Along With Various Handicraft Items. Timings – Opening & Closing: Monday – Friday: 10.00 AM – 5.00 PM , Saturday: 10.00 AM -5.00 PM , Sunday: 10.00 AM – 5.00 PM , Public Holidays: 12.00 AM – 12.00 AM

Dasaswamedh Ghat Is One Of The Prominent Ghats, Situated On The Banks Of River Ganges. The Ghat Is Visited By Hindu Devotees In Large Number Due To The Religious Significance Of Ten Sacrificed Horses. It Is Believed That Ten Horses Were Sacrificed By Lord Brahma To Allow Lord Shiva Return From The Period Of Banishment.

Kedar Ghat, Situated In The Southern Part Of The Destination, Was Built By The Maharaja Of Vijayanagar. The Ghat Is Named After Lord Shiva, Who Is Also Known As ‘Kedarnath’. Popular Among Bengali And South Indians, The Ghat Has A Beautiful Temple, Which Is Dedicated To Lord Shiva, The Presiding Deity Of The City. This Temple Is Constructed In Ancient Hindu Architectural Style
IN GAYA ATTRACTIONS

Gaya Is Located In The Central Part Of The State Of Bihar, In The Northeastern Part Of India. It Is A Part Of The Great Gangetic Plains. It Is Located To The West Of The Falgu River, Which Is A Tributary Of River Ganga. Gaya Is One Of The Important Holy Places For Hindus And Thousands Of Devotees Throng This Small Town Every Year For Pilgrimage. The Main Pilgrim Center In Gaya Is The Vishnu Temple. Legend Has It That This Temple Was Built On Lord Vishnu’s Footsteps And Is Thus Considered Very Sacred By The Devotees. It Is Also Believed By Hindus That If The Final Rights Are Performed In Gaya, The Departed Soul Goes To Heaven.

Mahabodhi Temple Dates Back To 7th Century And Is One Of The Highlights Of The Religious Township. Constructed Around The Original Bodhi Tree, The History Of This Temple Dates Back To 2,500 Years. During 11th Century, When Muslims Invaded The Destination, The Ancient Temple Was Destroyed.The Present Structure Which Stands Today Was Restored In 1880 And Has Been Renovated Numerous Times In Yesteryears. At Present, The Shrine Is Maintained And Managed By Archaeological Survey Of India.

Vishnupad Temple, Dedicated To Lord Vishnu, Is One Of The Major Highlights Of The Destination. Built In Shikhara Style, The Temple Was Reconstructed By Ahilya Bai Holkar Of Indore In 1787. According To Beliefs And Religious Texts, It Is Believed That The Footprints Present Inside The Temple Are Of Lord Vishnu. Timings – Opening & Closing: Monday – Friday: 6.30 AM – 7.30 PM , Saturday: 6.30 AM -7.30 PM , Sunday: 6.30 AM – 7.30 PM , Public Holidays: 6.30 AM – 7.30 PM

Gaya Pind Daan Is A Ritual Performed By Hindus To Free The Spirits Of Their Deceased Ones, Thus Liberating Them From The Bondage Of The Materialistic World.
Hindus Across The Country Throng To Gaya To Perform Pind Daan During Pitra Paksha, The Day Dedicated To Ancestors, Which Is Supposed To Bring Salvation To The Departed Souls Of Their Ancestors. The Rituals Are Performed On The Bank Of The Ganga River And Prayers Are Offered For The Peace Of Their Souls.

ALLAHABAD
Allahabad The City Of Allahabad Is Among The Largest Cities Of Uttar Pradesh And Situated At The Confluence Of Three Rivers- Ganga, Yamuna And The Invisible Saraswati. The Meeting Point Is Known As Triveni And Is Especially Sacred To Hindus. The Earlier Settlements Of The Aryans Were Established In This City, Then Known As Prayag” Prayagasya Praveshshu Papam Nashwati Tatkshanam.

Triveni Sangam, Located At A Distance Of 7 Km From The Civil Lines Is One Of The Most Famous Tourist Attractions Of The City. It Is The Confluence Of The Three Rivers Ganges, Yamuna And The Mythical Saraswati. It Is Also Believed To Be The Same Spot Where The Drops Of Holy Nectar Fell.

Hanuman Mandir, Located In Proximity To The Allahabad Fort Is One Of The Unique Temples In The City. Tourists Visiting The Temple Can Witness A Huge Idol Of Hanuman, Which Is 20 Feet Long And 8 Feet Wide. This Idol Is In A Reclining Position And Is A Few Feet Below The Ground. This Temple Gets Submerged When The River Ganges Is In Spate. According To Mythology, It Is Believed The Rise In The Water Level Of River Ganges Is Because The River Wants To Touch The Feet Of Lord Hanuman.

Allahabad Fort Was Built By Emperor Akbar In 1583 Ad. The Massive Fort Stands On The Banks Of The River Yamuna Near The Confluence With River Ganges. Praised For It’s Architectural Design, The Allahabad Fort Is The Largest Fort Constructed By Akbar. This Fort Has Three Magnificent Galleries Which Are Flanked By High Towers. At Present, The Fort Is Used By The Army And Visitors Have Limited Access To The Area. The Outer Walls Of The Allahabad Fort Rises Above The Level Of Water. Timings – Opening & Closing: Monday – Friday: 7.00 Am – 6.00 Pm , Saturday: 7.00 Am -6.00 Pm , Sunday: 7.00 Am – 6.00 Pm , Public Holidays: 7.00 Am – 6.00 Pm

INCLUSIONS: –
• Hotel Accommodation In 3* / similar Twin Share Basis
• Meals ( Breakfast lunch & Dinner )
• All Transfers And Sightseeing’s By Suitable Vehicle According To Group Strength.

EXLCUSIONS: –
• Services & Charges Not Mentioned: Travel Insurance, Extra Luggage, And Other Entrance Charges Other Than Mentioned In The Itinerary, Portage, Telephone, Tips And Any Other Expenditure Of Personal In Nature.
• Which Is Not Mentioned In Itenary Is Not Included.

CANCELLATION CHARGES ARE AS FOLLOWS: –
• 20 To 10 Days Prior : 50%
• 10 To 5 Days Prior : 75%
• Less Than 5 Days : No Refund

TERMS & CONDITIONS: –

1. Customer should pay Rs.5, 000/- in advance at the time of booking and full payment has to be paid before 30 days of the date of journey.
2. Cancellation charges are applicable as per company rules.
3. No refund will be made towards unutilised services of the tour.
4. Advance amount paid towards reservation of seats is not refundable.
5. Sightseeing subject to modification with or without notice.
6. All types of personal expense, whatsoever is the matter will be yours.
7. Rooms are sharing reservation of hotels and provision of foods as per company rules.
8. Rates are subjects to change with or without prior notice.
9. Company reserves the right to cancel the scheme.