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Overview

Do cancelled travel plans have you stuck at home wishing you were anywhere else? We all know how that feels, but luckily, we have a solution. You can still satisfy your wanderlust by exploring famous sights — from your couch!

Grab a snack and get ready to explore!
 

The imposing Indian architecture will definitely catch your eye in the capital of yoga – Rishikesh. During the day or all lit up at night, its beauty and divinity will surely take your breath away. We inviting you to be a part of this journey where we will explore virtually ancient temples, Beatles Ashram, one of the oldest ashram of India Parmarth Niketan ashram, Holy river Mother Ganga and we will attend live world’s famous fire ceremony at parmarth niketan side by holy river ganga. Colourful markets are a great opportunity for buying local products.

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Highlights

  • Weekend Tour

  • Visit of Rishikesh's oldest temple and ashram 

  • Participate in world's famous fire ceremony side by Holy River Mother Ganga

  • Chanting of mnatra

  • Practice Mantra Meditation toghter 

  • Practice Pranayama 

Why You Should Join This Tour

  • This retreat is the ideal to nourish Your body, mind, and soul while immersing yourself in the culturally rich and beautiful country of India. It will be a magical experience

  • This is not only yoga retreat but also a cultural tour giving you a opportunity to explore world’s largest culture and tradition

  • You will also experience rejuvenating moments with daily meditation and yoga classes

Aadhya Yogshala Studio

What Will We Do During This Retreat

 

Meditation is a state of profound peace that the body experiences when the mind is calm and silent, yet completely aware of the surroundings. you will get a primary concept of meditation and will practice meditation.”

 

Pranayama  is comprised of two words Prana and Ayama.Prana word means vital energy. Pranayama utilizes breathing to influence the flow of prana in the nadis of the pranaamaya kosha. Pranayama (breath) is a bridge between the body and the mind and its practices are an essential yoga practice that reveals deeper layers of the mind.In Pranayama we learn to control our breath by regularly practicing. Pranayama plays a very important role in our life to keep healthy. Let’s check what are the benefits of pranayama.

 

Sightseeing  Rishikesh is the land of yoga and Spiritualty. We have many wolrd famous Ashram and Tempple here so we are going to explore some of them. 

Here are what we are going to explore on this tour:-

1. Lakshman Jhula: One of the most popular hanging bridges across the river Ganga, Lakshman Jhula is cradled between two scenic villages, namely, Jonk village and Tapovan Village. This 450-meter long bridge is made up of iron and is suspended at an elevation of 70 feet above the river.

In addition to its touristy significance, the bridge has also gained worldwide recognition for its mythological importance. According to the ancient folk tales, Lakshman Jhula is the same place at which Lord Ram and Lakshman crossed the Ganges river. If you are an ardent fan of mythology, Lakshman Jhula deserves a special place in your Rishikesh tour package.

2. Ram Jhula: If you wish to catch some of the best glimpses of Rishikesh sightseeing, a visit to this iconic suspension bridge is unmissable. Nestled on the banks of pious Ganga, Ram Jhula is a famous pilgrimage centre among locals and vacationers alike. Serving as a link between Swargashram and Sivananda Nagar, this bridge is a perfect spot for people who admire long walks amidst the scenic landscapes.

Even if you are not willing to travel by foot, you can traverse the bridge on a bike or bicycle. In addition to the surreal views of Rishikesh city, the bridge has gained popularity due to the presence of several temples and religious shrines alongside it which are all included in your Rishikesh tour package.

3. Parmarth Niketan Ashram: Perched on the laps of majestic Himalayas, Parmarth Niketan Ashram is one of the most iconic spots in the Rishikesh tour package. The ashram marks its existence since 1942 and is mainly specialized in all the traditional ayurvedic treatments and yoga practices.

With its spacious rooms, lush green garden, and serene surroundings, it has emerged as one of the most peaceful refuge for devotees, as well as, patients. From regular Satsang to yoga sessions and meditation prayers, there are bountiful activities that are conducted here for the well-being of the visitors. For all those vacationers who are looking for a quick escape from the bustling city life, Parmarth Niketan Ashram is an apt shelter.

4. Triveni Ghat: One of the most magnificent places to visit on the Rishikesh tour, Triveni Ghat forms the convergence point of three holy rivers, namely, Yamuna, Ganges, and Saraswati. A large number of devotees flock to this place throughout the year to take a holy dip in the Ghat and reach one step closer to salvation.

As you will usher into the Ghat, you will be captivated by the mild fragrance of flowers, holy chants, and illuminating earthen lamps. If you wish to make the most out of your Triveni Ghat trip, visit here during the Maha-Arti and be a live spectator to this holy ceremony.

5. Beatles Ashram: If you are an ardent Beatle band fan, you can't leave Rishikesh without paying a visit to this old-age ashram. Earlier known as Chaurasi Kutia, this ashram got undivided attention from tourists after the Beatle band took a stay here in the year 1986. During their stay, the band members indulged in meditation exercises and composed several hit songs.

Though the place is mostly frequented by peace seekers and nature-buffs, it is also a great Rishikesh tour package sightseeing spot for history buffs. The dome-shaped structure of the ashram, its intricate graffiti work, and the captivating painting of Beatle band members form the major highlights of this place. With its tranquilizer vibe and scenic surroundings, the ashram is truly worth visiting for all those people who are visiting Rishikesh in a quest for peace.

6. Vashishta Cave: Vashishta Gufa, situated on the banks of the Ganga River, is a popular place for meditation lovers. This is the cave where great Sage Vashishta said to have meditated. He was also among the seven great sages (Saptarishis) and the guru of Lord Ram. According to Hindu mythology, after the death of his children, Sage Vashishta, he decided to commit suicide in River Ganga, but was refused by Goddess Ganga. Arundhati, Vashishta's wife, liked the location and decided to stay here. Sage Vashishta meditated here for long time in a cave.

It is believed that in the year 1930 Sri Swami Purushottamananda Ji visited this gufa and now his ashram is located close to the Vashishta Gufa, where meditation is practiced. At present, the Swami Purshottamanand Trust manages this cave. The cave is a natural formation of 60 feet deep that has a Shiv Linga inclined vertically into the cave opening. Many people feel amazing while meditating in this cave. There are some rooms built outside the cave area, where many sadhus have been living permanently.

 

7. Holy River Mother Ganga: Ganga River is the most sacred river in Hindu religion. Ganga has been a symbol of divinity, spirituality, purity and moksha. Swami Vivekananda said, “Paris is the fountain-head of European civilization, as Gomukh is of the Ganga. Ganga finds mention in numerous ancient texts; she is a mother, a goddess, a life-giving river and a repository of people’s beliefs.

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Places We Are Going To Explore

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Fees - 120 Dollars Per Person

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