We meet at New Delhi and begin the journey together to Haridwar, one of the most sacred cities in India. Along the way, we stop to enjoy lunch and reach Haridwar in the early evening.
Enjoy the beautiful vistas that unfold while driving to Uttarkashi.
Visit the powerful, two-thousand-year-old Kashi Vishwanath temple in the evening.
Day 3Gangotri / Uttarkashi
In the early morning, drive to Gangotri and visit the temple
dedicated to Goddess Ganga. Enjoy a refreshing dip in the sacred Bhagirathi river and meditate on its rocky banks. Travel back to Uttarkashi for overnight stay.
Enjoy a rugged but spectacular drive to Pipalkoti where we will stay the night.
Enroute to Badrinath, have a glimpse of Karnaprayag, Vishnuprayag and Nandaprayag.
At Karnaprayag marks the confluence of rivers Alaknanda and Pindar. It is here that Karna is said to have propitiated Surya to acquire an impregnable shield for battle.
Vishnuprayag is the confluence of rivers Alaknanda and Dhauliganga, where Lord Vishnu appeared before sage Narada.
At Nandaprayag, Lord Krishna’s father Nanda, is supposed to have conducted a great sacrifice, where rivers Alaknanda and Nandakini come together.
Badrinath is known for its ancient Vishnu temple and its natural hot springs. Visit the Badrinath temple, Vyasa cave, Bheempul and Mana – the last Indian village near the Indo-Chinese border.
A Satsang and meditation will follow in the evening.
Guptkashi, also known as secret Kashi is famous for the ancient Vishwanath Temple, said to have been consecrated by the legendary sage Agastya himself. Along the way, have a glimpse of Rudraprayag, a confluence of rivers Alaknanda and Nandakini. According to legend, Shiva appeared as Rudra to sage Narada, who was in an intense state of meditation here.
Trek to the ancient and powerful Kedarnath temple, which houses one of the 12 Jyotirlingas and known as one of the holiest pilgrimages in India. Sadhguru says “Kedarnath is a very heady mixture of energies. This is a place that has witnessed thousands of yogis and mystics of every kind.” We will have a meditation process near the temple.
After the immensity of Kedarnath, visit the ancient Vishwanath Temple for a satsang and meditation process. This is also the place where Sadhguru Sri Brahma spent few months in meditation along with his disciples.
Day 9Haridwar / Rishikesh
During the return journey, we stop at Devprayag – meaning “holy confluence” – which marks the place where river Alaknanda merges with Bhagirathi, giving birth to the river Ganga.
Participate in the spectacular evening Aarti on the banks of the Ganga at Rishikesh, often referred to as the Gateway to the Himalayas.
The day is free to explore the city on your own or you can join us for a scenic ropeway ride up the mountain to visit Mansa Devi Temple. This is also an opportunity to get a bird’s eye view of Haridwar.
Day 11New Delhi
The journey comes to an end as we travel back and reach New Delhi around 6pm.
The itinerary may vary slightly depending upon several factors.