Meet our assistance after arrival and then transfer to hotel. In the evening you will be the witness of holy worship & Aarti ritual which is performed by a group of young Pandits, at Dashashwmedh Ghat. It takes place after sunset. A group of young Pandits worship Ganga Maa which gives us life and a holy dip make you tree from the cycle of death and life. Stay overnight in hotel.
Day 2: Varanasi – Full Day
Subah-e-Banaras, A morning of Varanasi full form of life, light and spiritual essence perpetuating the eternal beauty of nature along with vedic chanting, Music and yoga. Early morning enjoy boating in the Ganges which gives us magnificent view of the early morning Sunrise. Return back to hotel and have breakfast, later proceed for the city tour of Varanasi. We will start from Durga temple, Tulsi Manas temple, Sankat Mochan temple and Bharat Mata temple & the Banaras Hindu University. Return to hotel and have lunch & proceed for the Ram Nagar tour. The Ramnagar fort lies about 14 km from varanasi and is situated on the opposite bank of river Ganga. Maharaja Balwant Singh built this fort in 18 th century. In this fort there is a big clock. This clock not only displays year, month & week and day but also astronomical facts about the sun, moon and constellation of starts later back to Varanasi overnight stay in hotel.
Day 3: Varanasi - Allahabad ( 130km/2.5 hrs ).
After morning breakfast later drive to Allahabad is the Sangam of three holy rivers the Ganga, Yamuna ans Saraswati. The river saraswati is invisible and is said to be flowing below the earth. The Triveni is a sacred place for the Hindus. A holy dip in Triveni is said to wash all the sins and free human from the cycle of birth. At Sangam yellow water of Ganges morning with green water of Yamuna. The river yamuna ends at this point and Ganges Continues after this fill it meets at Bay of Bengal. Sita Samadhi sthal (Sitamadhi), the holy place of Sitamadhi is situated between Allahabad and Varanasi, near the national high way no 2. It is said that this temple is the place where sita went into the earth when she willed it white she was living with saint Vlmiki on the forest of Sitamadhi. It was Saint Valmiki who wrote Ramayanana.Overnight stay at hotel
Day 4: Allahabad – Chitrakoot - Allahabad (130 km)
In the morning, after breakfast we proceed to chitrakoot in Madhya Pradesh. It is believed that Lord Rama, Sita and Lakshaman spent their eleven and half years of their exilement . The tour includes Ramghat, Kamadgiri, Bharat Milap, Janki Kund, Hanuman dhara, Sati Anusuyia etc. Back to Allahabad and stay here Overnight in the hotel at Allahabad.
Day 5: Allahabad – Ayodhya – Lucknow (175 km/4 hrs.)
In the morning, after breakfast we drive to Ayodhya which is known as Saketa. It is an ancient city of India. It is the birth place of Lord Rama according to Hindu mythology and epics, visit the major attraction ic Rama janmbhumi., other temples where Rama spent his childhood also visit Laksham Ghat, Kala Ram temple, Kanak Bhawan Temple and several Buddhists and Jain shrines. Later in the evening we drive ahead to Lucknow. On arrival at lucknow check in into hotel overnight stay.
Day 6: Lucknow
We start our visit to the city of Lucknow after breakfast. It is also called the city of Nawabs and Tahjeeb (Manner). Our visit covers Bara, Imambara, chhota Imambara, Rani Darwaja, Hussainibad, picture gallery, Clock Tower, Jama Masjid, Lucknow Residency Hazaratganj and Bhulbuhlaiya. We stay overnight in hotel after dinner.
Day 7: Lucknow- Departure
In the morning after breakfast we start your further journey from Lucknow by proceeding to Airport/Railway station and travel onward.
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