Blog Posts - Spiritual Tourism



Off the Beaten Path to a Ritual in a Cave (Photo Essay)

10 More Photos from the Cave Tour  Little known cultural events of this sort are becoming popular. Travel and tourism connections, along with newsletters, keep me informed. Toguchi Sensei, the spiritual leader of this event, knows...
by Mike's Ryukyu Gallery on Apr 4, 2014

Patung BUDDHA TERBESAR, Kuil TERBESAR, Pusat Spiritual TERBESAR !!! [TERBESAR DI DUNIA] | [EKSKLUSIF GAMBAR DAN VIDEO] BENARKAH Akan DIBINA DI PAHANG?

Patung BUDDHA TERBESAR, Kuil TERBESAR, Pusat Spiritual TERBESAR !!! [TERBESAR DI DUNIA] | [EKSKLUSIF GAMBAR DAN VIDEO] BENARKAH Akan DIBINA DI PAHANG? | Abe kongsikan daripada JomGelakFM... Benarkah Perkara ini?SECARA PERIBADI memang agak TERKEJUT de...
by Que Achmad on Dec 9, 2013

The Nine Day Festival Of Navaratri

Since the Navaratri thrill is on, so here we would talk about the places to explore and celebrations during this time across the country. Navaratra is among the most celebrated festival among Hindus. It begins on the first day of … Continue rea...
by India Travel Blog on Oct 22, 2012

Bali, the Emerging Destination- It’s Not All about the Scenery, the Spirituality Is What Matters

Bali in Indonesia is rapidly turning into a tourist hotspot in the recent years, not for its scenic beauty but for its peaceful and calm environment. Foreign tourists are opting for spiritual tourism in Bali, where they can find mental sanity. Accord...
by Best Travel Deals on Aug 10, 2012

Independence Day Special : Homage to our Martyrs..

Indian Freedom struggle is one of the most defining episodes in the history of our nation. Besides being part of the popular folklore, the struggle defines us as a people and a s a nation and shapes our identity and … Continue reading →...
by India Travel Blog on Jul 16, 2012

Peeping Across the Bamboo Curtains for Spiritual Salvation – Getting Easy

Kailash Mansaroar Yatra is any devout Hindu’s dream.  However due to sporadic problems in international relations between India and China in the past there were always very limited openings and a lot of running around in circles that  the Mansaro...
by India Travel Blog on Jul 12, 2012

Journey to Shri Hemkund Sahib…

Shri Hemkund Sahib is the sacred place where Guru Gobind Singh Ji spent a long time meditating in his previous birth, as mentioned in Bachittar Natak. Journey to Hemkund Sahib is a heavenly experience and full of lifetime memories because of …...
by India Travel Blog on Jul 10, 2012

Journey to Shri Hemkund Sahib…

Shri Hemkunt Sahib is the sacred place where Guru Gobind Singh Ji spent a long time meditating in his previous birth, as mentioned in Bachittar Natak. Journey to Hemkunt Sahib is a heavenly experience and full of lifetime memories because of …...
by India Travel Blog on Jul 9, 2012

Rishikesh – Breathe in the Land of the Sages

Aptly known as the yoga capital of the world, Rishikesh, a holy city for Hindus is located on the banks of the river Ganges in the north Indian state of Uttarakhand. This holy city is dotted with many a Hindu shrine … Continue reading →...
by India Travel Blog on Feb 25, 2012

A spiritual odyssey through South India (Part 6: Mamallapuram – Temples galore!!)

Mamallapuram (also called) Mahabalipuram is a popular tourist destination in the south India tour. It is coastal town around 60 km south from the city of Chennai in Tamil Nadu and was a 7th century port city of the South Indian dynasty of the P...
by India Travel Blog on Feb 21, 2012

A spiritual odyssey through South India (Part 5 – Pondicherry: Peace for the soul, a gastronomic delight and a shopaholic’s nirvana!!)

Pondicherry is a union territory in South India, located in the Coromandel Coast facing the Bay of Bengal. We took an overnight sleeper bus to travel to Pondicherry and in the wee hours of morning, reached the main town. Pondicherry … Continue...
by India Travel Blog on Feb 17, 2012

A spiritual odyssey through South India (Part 4 – Rameshwaram: Where even Lord Rama stood still!!)

Rameshwaram is an town of immense religious significance for hindus, located in Ramanathapuram district in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. It is situated on Pamban Island separated from mainland India by the Pamban channel and is about 50 kilometr...
by India Travel Blog on Feb 15, 2012

A spiritual odyssey through South India (Part 3 – Madurai: The most magnificent temple of them all!!!!)

Madurai, is the third largest city, in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. Located on the River Vaigai, Madurai has been a major settlement for two millennia and one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Madurai’s recorded...
by India Travel Blog on Feb 14, 2012

A spiritual odyssey through South India (Part 1: Thiruvananthpuram – The Abode of Lord Ananta)

The city of Thiruvananthpuram is the capital of Kerala state; the city’s history back to 1000 BCE. It is believed that the ships of King Solomon landed in a port called Ophir (now Poovar) in Thiruvananthapuram in 1036 BCE. The city gets its nam...
by India Travel Blog on Feb 9, 2012

A spiritual odyssey through South India (Thiruvananthapuram – Kanyakumari – Madurai – Rameshwaram – Pondicherry – Mamalapuram)

The southern part of India is associated with magnificent temples and is popular for its religious heritage. Much of the rich heritage of South India its fascinating history which covers a span of over four thousand years during which the region ...
by India Travel Blog on Feb 7, 2012


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