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How to Start Planning Your First Pilgrimage Tour to India

How to Start Planning Your First Pilgrimage Tour to India

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There could be thousands of words to describe India and its incredibility but still one can feel that words are too short to explain this amazing country.
There could be thousands of words to describe India and its incredibility but still one can feel that words are too short to explain this amazing country.

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How to Start Planning Your First Pilgrimage Tour to India?
 
There could be thousands of words todescribe India and its incredibility butstill one can feel that words are tooshort to explain this amazing country.This is the vastness and vividness ofIndia which is being surfaced byreligious values and cultural ethics. Trueof its own kind, India is known for itscultural heritage and multi-religiousbeliefs.All across the world, people come here to explore the diverse religions illuminating atthe sanctified pilgrimages spread all over the country.India pilgrimage tourgives theopportunity to explore all these pilgrimage sites of varied religions.Let us have a look on different famous pilgrimage
 
tour India that attracts manydevotees and visitors all across the world:
 
Amarnath Yatra
Located 145 km from east of Kashmir,Amarnath is the most famous place in Indiatypically known for the icy Shiv Linga thatchanges its shape with the change in season.The size of the lings also becomes smaller orbigger when the moon waxes and wanes. Onfull moon day, the size of the linga reaches at 6ft height. On the full moon day during July andAugust, which the Hindus call
“Shravana”,
 when the shiva linga attains the maximumheight, it is believed that Lord Shiva firstappeared on this day.Amarnath Yatrais the holy journey towards the Amarnath Cave, where this ShivaLinga is placed. It is at an altitude of 13700 ft at the glacial valley and the cave isabout 150 ft high and 90 ft long. There are more ice formations that resemble theimages of different gods in the cave. The biggest figure is
Shiva’s
image which iscalled
“Amarnath”
and being worshipped by thousand of devotees every year.

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