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Ajmer Tour

Situated in the heart of the desert state of Rajasthan, Ajmer is one of the most pious cities in north-western India. It was established in the 7th century by Raja Ajay Pal Chauhan, and remained a part of the Chauhan dynasty up to 1193. Ajmer was then conquered by Muhammad of Ghor, who lost it to the ruler of Mewar in 1365. After years of contention, the Marwar ruler took control of this place in 1532. Thereafter, the city was ceded to the Mughals in 1559, followed by the Marathas in 1770. It was sold to the British in 1818, but the city resumed its former status after independence. In 1956, it eventually became a part of Rajasthan.

Haridwar Tour

According to Hindu mythology, Haridwar marks the site where devas left their footprints. It is thus, counted among the most sacred cities in the country. Literally meaning 'Gateway to God', Haridwar is located on the banks of the Ganga River in the Indian state of Uttarakhand. Legends say that Prince Bhagirath, the great-grandson of King Sagar, did his penance here during Satya Yuga to save the souls of his ancestors, who were cursed to death by saint Kapil. In answer to his prayers, the Ganga River descended from Lord Shiva's hair to give salvation to the Suryavanshis. The story of Samudra Manthan reveals that Haridwar is one of the four areas where the drops of Amrit were accidentally spilled by Garuda. A sacred Kumbh Mela is celebrated here after every 12 years for the congregation of millions of pilgrims, who come to take a dip in the holy river.

Mathura Tour

Located in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, Mathura- the birthplace of Lord Krishna is visited and re-visited by thousands of people from all corners of the country and abroad. It is a landlocked city with Agra, Vrindavan and New Delhi lying in the vicinity. This city boasts of an illustrative history that is marked with gripping stories, legends and events. According to Indian mythology, Mathura was ruled by a king named Ugrasena. A demon fell in love with the king's wife and subsequently, diverted Ugrasena and assumed his form. The child born after the union of the demon and the king's wife was called Kansa, who grew up and dethroned his father. Tourists, religious devotees in particular, flock this place all around the year to see the birthplace of Lord Krishna. The holy city of Mathura has several tourist attractions, which include temples, mosques, museums and art galleries.

Vrindavan Tour

According to Hindu mythology, the divine Lord Krishna was born in a cellar in Mathura but raised by His foster parents in Vrindavan. Earlier the site of an ancient forest, Vrindavan has been developed into an urban region over the last two and a half decades. Situated on the banks of River Yamuna, this playground of Lord Krishna has gained worldwide recognition as a prominent pilgrimage centre for Hindus in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. Legends say that Vrindavan had disappeared into the pages of history over time. Chaitanya Mahaprabhu rediscovered the sacred forests of Vrindavan during the 16th century in his quest for divine love. With His spiritual power, He was able to locate all the places in and around Vrindavan that were associated with Lord Krishna's transcendent pastimes. Some such holy places are Gokul, Nandgaon, Barsana, Baldeo, Mahavan, Radha Kund and Govardhan.

Mata Vaishnodevi Tour

One of the holiest places on earth, Vaishnodevi in Jammu nestles at an altitude of 5300 ft above sea level. The shrine lies 12 km away from the base camp of Katra. Devotees need to undertake a trek from the Katra to reach the temple. The presiding deity- Mata Vaishno Devi resides inside a sacred cave in the slopes of the Trikuta mountains. Millions of pilgrims from different corners of the country and abroad visit this temple every year to offer prayers to the Goddess. Vaishnodevi Temple is one of the most significant Shakti Peeths of Goddess Durga. A holy and lengthy Aarti of the Goddess is performed two times a day in the temple. Darshans are kept on hold during the hours of Aarti.