Experience an exciting day trip to the magical Shravanabelagola area to enjoy the sights of the Gomateshwara Statue and Kalamma Temple. The Gomateshwara Statue, also known as the Bahubali Statue, is 17 meters tall and known to be one of the highest Gomateshwara statues in the world. This ancient statue was constructed in the 10th century by the General of King Rajamalla, Chamundaraya during the Ganga Dynasty. The Kalamma Temple, which is also known as the Kalamma Basadi, is the only Hindu temple in the area of Shravanabelagola. The temple is dedicated to the Hindu Goddess Kali, and in the temple complex there are many other shrines dedicated to deities.
BATU CAVES IS ONE OF THE MOST POPULAR HINDU SHRINES OUTSIDE INDIA, DEDICATED TO LORD MURUGAN. IT IS THE FOCAL POINT OF HINDU FESTIVAL OF THAIPUSAM IN MALAYSIA. IT IS ALSO KNOWN AS THE 10TH CAVES OR HILL FOR LORD MURUGA AS IT IS ONE OF THE TEN MOST IMPORTANT SHRINES IN INDIA AND MALAYSIA. THE LORD MURUGAN STATUE AT THE FOOT OF BATU CAVES IS THE SECOND TALLEST HINDU DEITY STATUE IN THE WORLD WITH A HEROIC HEIGHT OF 42.7 METRES (140 FT.).HOTEL PICK-UP & DROP-OFF INCLUDED.
The Galta ji Temple is an ancient holy place for those of the Hindu belief. Located amidst stark surroundings, the shrine of Galta, also known as 'the Monkey Temple,' is a spectacular piece of Indian history.
Culturally, Nepal is a mixed form, which is known as a melting pot. There are Hindu, Buddhist, Christian, Islam and other several devotees. Cultural harmony can be found. Temples, Stupas and monasteries, churches and Masjids are found in Nepal. Hindu and Buddhists are major in numbers. During your tour in Nepal, you can visit the UNESCO world heritage listed Hindu temple and Buddhist Stupas. Pokhara, Lumbini and other several places are culturally wonderful. Kathmandu, the capital city of Nepal, is itself a cultural center. More than 125 ethnic groups and 123 spoken languages are found there.
Visit Kanchipuram City, a place of religious importance with several Hindu temples depicting the Hindu culture and tradition. Following explore the City of Mahabalipuram, known for its outstanding historic buildings and an incredible architectural rock carved sanctuaries. Visit the grand temples and shrines that adorn the city. This tour will take you to various stone-cut temples. Highlights • Temples of Kanchipuram - Kailasantha, Ekambareshwara, and Vaikuntaperumal • UNESCO World Heritage Site - Temples and Shrines of Mahabalipuram
On this full-day tour visit the most popular temples of Mumbai. For a city known for its fast pace of life, the people of Mumbai still find time to throng to these temples to worship and pray to their beloved God. Get a glimpse of the religious customs and traditions of the rich Hindu culture and learn about some of the stories of the Gods from the great Hindu epics.Highlights • Babulnath Temple • Shri Siddhivinayak Temple • ISKCON temple
Varanasi the city of Ghats is known in the world for its beautiful Ghats, Century old Temple. Here Hindu people come for Moksha is the highest goal of Hindus.Stroll around the oldest city of the world, visit one of the most sacred Hindus, temples, Walk through the narrow alleys and also explore ancient mosques. Every hindu born on earth once in their life come to Varanasi and pray in the temple of lord Shiva (Vishwanath Temple).
Bali is an Indonesian island known for its forested volcanic mountains, iconic rice paddies, beaches and coral reefs. The island is home to religious sites.The island is also known for its yoga and meditation retreats.Highlights:Visit Ancient Temples and understand about Hindu culture .Experience stunning sunsets and amazing nightlife.Accommodation in Kutta / Seminyak area.Private airport transferPrivate sightseeing Favorite among Honeymoon / family travelers
Experience 18 days and 17 nights guided trek to the Source of the Sacred Ganges River in the Indian Himalayas through the most historical places and seeing the majestic Himalayas up and close, visits a remote and highly spectacular part of the Indian Himalaya, known as Garhwal. Garhwal is celebrated in Hindu mythology and religion and is locally known as the ‘Abode of the Gods’. It is here in this massive region, beyond the Hindu shrine at Gangotri, that the mighty Ganges River has its source. Experience best trek to the Source of the Ganges with experienced mountaineers those born and raised up in Indian Himalayas with acknowledge guides, drivers and best camping equipment's for the Himalayas