Spiritual Pilgrimage in India
India is a country where religion is a vital part of everyday life. Its spiritual feel l is lying everywhere from its architectural sculptures to monuments and daily street life to empty land pieces. The country is no less than a blend of spirituality where many religions are worshipped with a deep reverence and faith that include- Hinduism, Sikkism, Buddhism, Islam, Christianity, Judaism and as well as some captivating smaller communities of Jains and Parsis.
All are under one roof and this is the reason what makes India favorable when it comes to spiritual pilgrimage. Hence, people undertake journeys to sacred places of India that are indeed worth visiting. Spirituality is an intrinsic part of Indian culture and life. Every Indian home is bedecked with Puja shrine (worship place) restrain a depiction of some deities delimited by incense and laurel wreathes.
The meaning of spirituality is related to vary perspectives. It is about complimenting the transcendent of nature, addressing the humanӳ nature, connecting the soul with omnipotent and last is to becoming a better human being with pristine soul.
Spiritual Pilgrimage India
India is housing abundance of pilgrimage destinations where all Hindus dwelling in India as well as abroad come at least once in their life. The spirituality strengthens Hindus faith in God and when one visit to the sacred places the faith gets double. Many spiritual tours in India revolve around the holy Ganges River and Hindu faith is having abundant God & Goddess.
It is believed that one who completes the spiritual tour of India, especially the ԃhaar Dhaam YatraԠattain Nirvnana after death. Ganga is supposed to have flown from the heaven to wash away the worldly sins of people. The chardham yatra include four places that include- Hardwar, Rishikesh, Badrinath and Kedarnath (Char Dham) and other places like Gangotri and Yamunotri.