Nowadays, people from across the globe wish to get acquainted with different culture and religion of other countries. In order to achieve the same, people pack their bags and plan journey to different countries. According to World Travel and Tourism Council, India will remain in the list of ‘most visited countries’ from 2009-2018. Tourists from Europe and America have developed a fascination towards Asian nations, especially towards India. When people plan to travel this country, they show interest in spiritual tours in India. Apart from spiritual tour, tourists can opt for adventure, outbound, classical and regional tours.
The spiritual tours in India will give tourists a chance to know the rich and cultural heritage of the country. Interested people can contact the experienced tour planner who will schedule the journey ensuring that spiritual centers like Dwarka, Badrinath, Puri and Rameshwaram are included in the itinerary. While on spiritual tours in India, tourists can explore 12 temples of Lord Shiva that are otherwise known as ‘Jyotirlings’. This part of tour would also include the Khumbh Mela 2013 that is organized once in 12 years. Number of people from different regions of the country would gather in Allahabad to celebrate this occasion.
The Khumbh Mela 2013 will commence on 27th January and will end on 25th February. Allahabad has been chosen as the host as this place serves as this place is the conjunction point for the 3 holy rivers – the Ganga, Yamuna and Saraswati. Basant, Panchami Paush Purnima, Maghi Purnima, Amavasya and Maha Shivratri are bathing dates for the Khumbh Mela 2013. People who are interested in visiting India during this occasion can contact tour planners who will arrange everything to make their stay memorable.
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