Erscheinungsdatum: 01/2010, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Yama, Titelzusatz: Death, Yama (Buddhism and Chinese mythology), Rigvedic Deities, Yami, Hindu Deities, List of Hindu Deities, Hindu Mythology, Hindu Texts, Redaktion: Surhone, Lambert M. // Timpledon, Miriam T. // Marseken, Susan F., Verlag: Betascript Publishers, Sprache: Englisch, Rubrik: Religion // Theologie, Sonstiges, Seiten: 76, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 130 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
Have you ever thought, what every Hindu wants after death ? Paradise or Heaven ? No, it is Moksha or Salvation. We invite you to explore a hostel wherein people check-in to die ..... also known as Death Hostel or Salvation House. Highlights : • Guided visit to Death Hostel to Varanasi • Interact with those who are going to die in next few days • A guided death house tour to Varanasi • Know what a person regrets and wish for when he is at edge of death
Walking by dusk ends before dinner . An amazing experience for those who really want to learn India, Hindu culture, rituals & religion.Feel the city ,the happiness within,shopping people.temples, legends and know about the secrets of Hindu rituals in temples. Life,death & rebirth which are inter-related to each other.Hindu celebrates everything & anything.To know more about Hinduism ,its best walking tour for anybody who likes to know the philosophy of life & death,rebirth.
-In hindu religion there are 16 sacraments (samskars) of every individual emanating from pre birth rituals up to the death ritual. Death is the ultimate reality of life as rightly said, ‘The paths of glory lead but to the grave.’ Every religion has its own way of death ritual like in Islam and Christianity burial is done, In Zoroastrianism the corpse is left in the open for the vultures, In Hindu, Buddhist, Sikh and Jain religion cremation is done on the pyre. In this tour product we arrange your visit to view the cremation process in age old crematorium of Agra just in surroundings of Taj Mahal. We will conduct this tour to give you a live experience of Hindu culture and their mythology. In this tour provide you an A/c vehicle and a local tour guide pickup from your hotel and drop back after the visit
• Varanasi is known as the city of death along with that of life as well. • It is the best city to die, and we have many charitable houses where people stay and wait for their death. • The Hindu belief says that one can attain salvation here. • Death is not something to be sad here, it is at least a satisfaction if not a celebration. • The walk is mainly centered around the cremation ghats of the city.
Hindu funeral ceremony is quite interesting than other religion. Hinduism believes in reincarnation, their karma determines their next life, better life. In Hinduism the dead body is cremated in the bank of the holy river, especially every Hindu people wish to cremate their death body in the bank of Bagmati river at Pashupati temple. Bagmati is a holy river, locals believes that cremated death soul will directly go to the heaven. After cremation, the family member does follow for 12 days as mourning period. Along the days, the family members are not allowed to eat certain vegetables, meats. The family members are only allow wearing white cloths and white shoes. Using the leather wears is prohibited. On the 12th days, the Hindu priest will come and organize puja ceremony with using specific mantra in the name of the decreased one. After that, the family members are allowed to come to their normal lifestyle.
If you wish to explore India through small lanes, barely accessible to vehicles and explore more about Hinduism, Varanasi is the perfect city to go. Varanasi is one of Hinduism's seven Holy cities and also, is the oldest living city in the World. It is believed that if you die here, you will get Moksha and will be liberated from the cycle of life and death.This is a tour where you can experience the rituals Hindus perform upon the death of a person. Hindus believe that, after dying, based on your Karma you are reborn and the cycle of death and rebirth goes on. In this tour, after taking you to the markets of Varanasi we take you to the ghats where you can observe all the rituals conducted after the death of a person.Also, you can observe how morning prayers are done at the Ghats of River Ganga. This tour is best suited if you wish to know more about the Hindu culture.Tour Timings: 6:00 am - 10:00 am
Varanasi is known worldwide as oldest living city in the world. It is also popularly known as city of lord Shiva and also believed that city is situated on trident of Lord Shiva. There are many city in the world where people migrate to live their life however Varanasi is city where people even come to die or wait till they die. Here you can feel the joy of life and even joy in death. During this Experiential Varanasi Walk tour tour you will be exploring the concept of Joy on death and Explore the path to salvation. We will explore details of rituals and tradition in process of cremation, pre-cremation and post cremation and know purpose of it. You will also know lot of facts which are otherwise performed by every hindu religion people as ritual but hardly 90% of people know reason behind it.
Varanasi has always been a place that people in India consciously chose to die in for centuries. Varanasi is always associated with the mysteries of life, death & rebirth. If you are a seeker and looking to experience Varanasi in a manner it was built for and want to learn about the culture and genesis of spirituality in Varanasi?join us on our special walking tour through the cycle of life, death & rebirth, experience the power of holy rituals and understand the true essence of Kashi. On this guided walking tour, we take you to experience the serenity & life energies in Varanasi, our storyteller will share beautiful stories of the ancient past that would make you understand and appreciate the importance of rituals in daily life for a blissful living experience.Walk along the ghats of Kashi an unique experience to watch colorful mélange of different people; Hindu gurus doing meditations, prayers on the stairs, and learn energy transformation techniques to balance energy within you.