• 5 Days


A pilgrimage to Kashi (Varanasi) and Ayodhya holds significant spiritual and cultural importance for Hindus. Here’s an overview of what you can expect during this sacred journey:

Kashi (Varanasi):

  • Spiritual Center: Kashi, also known as Varanasi, is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world and a major spiritual center for Hindus.
  • Ghats and Rituals: Explore the ghats (riverfront steps) along the Ganges River, where religious rituals like Ganga Aarti (offering prayers to the river) take place.
  • Temples: Visit prominent temples like the Kashi Vishwanath Temple (dedicated to Lord Shiva), Sankat Mochan Hanuman Temple, and the Durga Temple.
  • Cultural Experience: Immerse yourself in the vibrant culture of Varanasi, known for its music, art, and traditional crafts like Banarasi silk weaving.
  • Spiritual Practices: Participate in meditation, yoga, and spiritual discourses offered by ashrams and spiritual centers.


  • Birthplace of Lord Rama: Ayodhya is revered as the birthplace of Lord Rama and holds immense significance in Hindu mythology and history.
  • Ram Janmabhoomi: Visit the Ram Janmabhoomi site, believed to be the birthplace of Lord Rama, and the newly constructed Ram Mandir (temple).
  • Hanuman Garhi: Explore Hanuman Garhi, a temple dedicated to Lord Hanuman, known for its iconic views of Ayodhya.
  • Other Temples: Visit other temples like Kanak Bhawan, Nageshwarnath Temple, and the Treta Ke Thakur Temple.
  • Cultural Heritage: Learn about the rich cultural heritage of Ayodhya, including its connection to the epic Ramayana.

Overview of the Yatra:

  • Pilgrimage Route: The typical route for the Kashi-Ayodhya Yatra starts from Varanasi (Kashi) and then proceeds to Ayodhya.
  • Spiritual Significance: Both Varanasi and Ayodhya are deeply rooted in Hindu spirituality and mythology, making this yatra a profoundly spiritual experience.
  • Historical and Cultural Insight: The yatra provides insights into the historical and cultural heritage of these ancient cities, showcasing the blend of tradition and modernity.
  • Logistics: Plan your yatra with considerations for transportation, accommodation, and guided tours to make the most of your pilgrimage experience.


  • Timing: Consider visiting during auspicious times like festivals or during the winter months (October to March) for a comfortable journey.
  • Respect Local Customs: Observe local customs and traditions, especially in temples and sacred sites.
  • Documentation: Carry necessary identification and travel documents, especially if you’re traveling from outside India.
  • Health Considerations: Be mindful of health and hygiene, especially while exploring crowded areas.

The Kashi-Ayodhya Yatra offers a blend of spiritual devotion, cultural exploration, and historical insights, making it a memorable and enriching pilgrimage experience for devotees and travelers alike.


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Every Tuesday from June 2024 to September 2024

  • Notes:Prices are per person and subject to a minimum 06 person traveling.
  • Peak season surcharges will be applicable
  • GST is applicable


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  • All meals included
  • Transfer and Sightseeing on sharing Basis
  • Guide during all sightseeing
  • Boat Ride in Prayagraj & Varanasi
  • VIP Darshan at kashi Vishwanath Temple


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