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Himalayan Sacred Walk - Option A
Rishikesh, Guptakashi, Kedarnath, Badrinath
There are two amazing possibilities within this option, both of which give the opportunity of practicing yoga at the Vedic Yoga Centre and enjoying Ayurvedic treatments, combined with EITHER a three day expedition to Guptakashi and Kedarnath, OR to the holy pilgrimage site of Badrinath. Both require a high degree of physical and spiritual discipline, so those wishing to join us on this adventure must be willing to prepare themselves for the experience.
“For thousands of years, the mountains of the Himalayas have been charged with spiritual vibrations. A journey to the Himalayas brings inner awakening.”
Arrival in Delhi
Personal arrangements to travel from New Delhi to Rishikesh, the “world capital” of yoga located at the foot of the sacred Himalayas.
Rest in Rishikesh at the Vedic yoga centre
Early morning travel to Guptakashi. Known as secret Kashi, it is famous for the ancient Vishwanath Temple. Along the way, glimpse the Rudraprayag, the confluence of Alakananda and Mandakini Rivers.
Early morning travel to Kedarnath. Trek to the ancient and powerful Kedarnath temple, site of one of the 12 Jyotirlingas. Camping overnight in tents. Evening satsang and meditation.
Early morning trek return to transport. Arrive early evening at Badrinath which is known for its ancient Vishnu temple and for its natural hot springs.
Early morning visit the Badrinath temple, Vyasa cave, Bheempul and Mana – the last Indian village near the Indo-Chinese border. Satsang and meditation in the evening.
Early morning return to Rishkiesh. Along the way glimpse the Karnaprayag, Vishnuprayag and Nandaprayag. Karnaprayag marks the confluence of the Alakananda and Pindar rivers. Vishnuprayag is the confluence of Alakananda and Dhauliganga Rivers, where Vishnu appeared to sage Narada. At Nandaprayag, Krishna’s father Nanda, is supposed to have conducted a great sacrifice, where the Alakananda and Nandakini Rivers come together.
All day travel to Rishikesh. Arrive in the evening and stay at the Vedic Yoga Centre overnight.
Early morning hatha yoga class. Personal time until evening kirtan and satsang.
Early morning hatha yoga/kriya class. Take advantage of Ayurvedic treatments offered by the Centre (for additional cost) and/or silent walk to the Waterfall. Evening kirtan and satsang.
Early morning hatha yoga class. Travel to Haridwar for site seeing and visiting temples and sacred locations. Evening kirtan and satsang.
Early morning sunrise trip. Personal time/Ayurvedic treatments at the Centre (at additional cost)/shopping. Evening kirtan and satsang.
Early morning short hatha yoga class and “yagya” (fire ceremony). Travel to the Vashistha Cave Temple around Rishikesh on the banks of the Ganga for meditation. Evening kirtan and satsang.
Preparation for departure
Early morning hatha yoga class. Preparation for departure according to personal itinerary.
What is included:
Clean accommodation, wholesome, fresh, traditional Indian-style, vegetarian meals, and the entrance fee for all
places on the itinerary.
Please remember that this is the mountain hill area and there are no Western-style comforts available. The accommodation is clean and safe, and the meals consist of simple and wholesome vegetarian food.
The total cost of this trip including travel, meals, accommodation and entry fees to the sites visited is $US1,500.00.
Please allow for additional expenses to cover incidentals and costs towards pony, porter and helicopter service if the need arises.
Dates to be advised.
Usually the trip is held in November/December.
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