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Shiv Ram ke Dham: 7-Day Spiritual Journey

Shiv Ram ke Dham: 7-Day Spiritual Journey

6 Nights / 7 Days

Deoghar – Gaya – Kashi – Ayodhya – Chhapiya


  • Witness Aarti ceremony.
  • Holy Dip In Dashaswamedh Ghat,  Man Mandir Ghat, Manikarnika Ghat by the Ganges.
  • The GANGA Aarti.
  • Ayodhya the Ram Janmabhumi (birthplace of Lord Rama),

Itinerary - Kashi Dashan

Day 01- Patna – Deoghar

Arrival at Patna Airport / Railway station and drive to Deoghar, check-in at hotel. Overnight at hotel in Deoghar.

Day 02- Deoghar – Gaya

Morning Dharsan at Baidynath Jyothirlingam followed by visit to Shivganga Kund, Jay Durga ( Parvati) Shakthipeeth, And Basukinath. Later drive to Gaya, arrive and check-in at Hotel. Overnight at hotel in Gaya.

Day 03- Gaya – Varanasi

Early morning start Gaya teertah, visit Vishnupad Temple perform some rituals, in hindu religion people do PINDA DAN for Their ancestors you may perform this by the river Falgu near Visnupadh Temple, continue visiting Akshy Vat, Sita Kund & Mangla Gauri Temple. Post lunch you may visit Mahabodhi Temple, Monastery, Thai temple, 80 feet Buddha, later drive to Varanasi. Overnight at hotel in Varanasi.

Day 04- Varanasi

Early morning, you will be taken to visit Dashaswamedh Ghat, Man Mandir Ghat, Manikarnika Ghat by the Ganges. It’s a mystical and spiritual experience as you watch people offering water to the Sun God and devotees taking holy dip in the Ganges. You also visit Kashi Vishvanath temple, Mata Annapurna temple. After visit return hotel for breakfast. After breakfast proceed for an excursion to Sarnath. Sarnath is the place where Buddha delivered his first sermon to his disciples. The attractions at Sarnath are the Buddha temples, the Dhamekha stupa, the Chaukhandi stupa and the archaeological museum. Later in the day a city tour will be arranged covering the Vishwanath temple, Sankat Mochan Temple, Durga Temple, if time permits, you may visit Silk weaving, wooden toy making or such handicrafts of Varanasi.

In the evening Witness Aarti ceremony an experience of life. The GANGA Aarti is a spectacular sight. Hundreds throng to the Ghats to participate in this ceremony. Offerings of lamps and flowers are made to the river immediately following this ceremony and it is a moving sight to watch hundreds of miniature lamps float along the river. Return to hotel, overnight at Hotel in Varanasi.

Day 05- Varanasi – Ayodhya

Morning Darshan tour of Baba Kalbhairva temple and Mahamritunjay temple. After breakfast checkout and drive to Ayodhya, arrive Ayodhya and check-in at hotel. Later in the evening visit Nageshwar Temple, Ramki padhi and Saryu river front to witness the Aarti. Overnight at Hotel in Ayodhya.

Day 06- Ayodhya

Morning visit the major attractions of Ayodhya the Ram Janmabhumi (birthplace of Lord Rama), Hanumangarhi Temple, Kanak Bhawan & Dasarath Bhawan. Later in the day visit Bhart Kund where Bharta the younger brother of Rama lived during his exile, You can also vist Guptar Ghat where Rama took his Jal Samadhi. Over Night at Hotel in Ayodhya.

Day 07- Ayodhya – Chhapaiya – Lucknow Airport drop

Morning after breakfast drive to Chhapaiya to visit Majestic Swaminarayan Temple, Swaminarayan birthplace Ghanshyam Bhavan, Narayan Sarovar Lake, Krikonyu khetar and Meen. After visit departure transfer to Lucknow airport will be provided.

Tour & Services ends.


1. What are the must-visit places in Deoghar on this journey?

Deoghar is known for the Baidyanath Jyotirlinga Temple and the Naulakha Mandir, both of which are significant pilgrimage sites.

2. What is the spiritual importance of Gaya in this pilgrimage?

Gaya is revered for Pind Daan rituals that Hindus perform to honor their ancestors. It is believed to free the souls of departed loved ones.

3. What is the significance of Kashi (Varanasi) in this pilgrimage?

Kashi, or Varanasi, is the spiritual heart of India and is associated with Lord Shiva. It is a city of profound spirituality and cultural significance.

4. Can I participate in Ganga Aarti in Kashi during the tour?

Yes, you can witness the mesmerizing Ganga Aarti at Dashashwamedh Ghat in Kashi, a truly enchanting and spiritual experience.

5. What is the story behind Chhapiya, and why is it included in the itinerary?

Chhapiya is associated with the childhood of Lord Rama. It’s included in the itinerary to explore the early life of this revered deity.

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