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Sangla Valley at Himachal Pradesh

from 16.04.2019 to 26.04.2019

13500.00/-

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What is Heritage Tourism ?

Heritage Tourism relates to the lifestyle of the people in a geographical areas, the history of those people, their art, Architecture, Religion(s), and Other elements that helped shape their way of life. Heritage Tourism encompasses Festivals, Banquets, Musi, Theatre, Village and Rural life, Gastronomy, Visiting/Tasting local products, Village Buildings and “Atmosphere”,Historic and Religious monuments and Ruins and Eminent people.

 

Aspects of Heritage Tourism

Heritage tourism facilitates harmony and understanding among people. It supports culture and heritage sites that represent a huge and varied collection of human creation  across a span of human history. It provides opportunities for sustaining traditional and contemporary cultural values, respecting the socio-cultural authenticity of host communities, conserve their built and living cultural heritage and traditional values, and contribute to inter-cultural understanding and tolerance.This kind of tourism focuses on  experiencing cultural environments, visual and performing arts, lifestyle, values, traditions and events showcasing Festivals, Music, Theatre, Village and Rural life, Visiting / Tasting local products, Village buildings and “Atmosphere”, Historic and Religious monuments, ruins and biography of  famous people in its context.

This kind of tourism creates a sense of pride and belongingness of the local community to their place. Heritage Tourism also covers Pilgrimage and  Diaspora tourism to  some extent in the form of socio-cultural practices in a heritage sites and ethnic and personal heritage living culture.

Without Cultural Heritages not many places across the world would have much to offer as attractive tourist sites. Hence even in our Mainstream Tourism packages, we integrate Heritage Tourism.

 

 

What is Spiritual Tourism ?

It is a tour for attaining spiritual improvement in the search to know our real self, the true meaning of life and nature of our consciousness. The body is just a limited form of our true existence – the eternal. Spiritualism looks to bridge the gap between our outer and inner self. When we are awaken to the true nature of self, we discover an inner peace  that liberates us from events or circumstances in the world around, a quiet but profound inner fulfilment. Spiritual Tourism also encompasses Cultural Tourism that relates to  the ever present human search for meaning, for wisdom and for answers to life’s most profound questions, both artistic and historical interests.

Our Spiritual Tour entails respecting nature and ecology, a deeper appreciation of the rich and diverse spiritual heritage of humanity, supporting socioeconomic inclusion and  empowerment of local communities especially vulnerable groups.

By virtue of running such immersive programs, we had some exciting glimpses into the many-layered transforming power of spiritual tourism like mystic experience on the spiritual insights, albeit on a small, personal and grassroots scale.

 

The  aspects  of  Spiritual  Tourism  as  we  conduct :-

Spiritual  discourse,  Dynamic  Meditation,  Dance  Therapy,  Aroma  Therapy, PanchaKarma  Kriya,  Mid-Brain  Activation,  Yoga,  Prayers,  Healing Music,  creative impulse (self-expression),  health  and  wellness  activities  in  natural  environments,  cross  learning  within  the  group  all  within  a  framework  of  Serenity,  Sustainability  and  Spirituality.

 

What  can  be  the  destinations?


Any place where you can be in oneness with nature .. just opening up your eyes and seeing the vast horizon... As you trudge through the mighty mountains and you shall  experience divine presence...Or as you traverse through the meandering alleys, where spirituality combined with history waits to greet you... it can be also be at a sacred  shrine nestled in beautiful lap of nature. We do not understand spiritual tourism as mere visit of temples or shrines and performing rituals. Spiritual Tour can encompass  cultural pursuits, both artistic and historical interests.

India is a country where in the area of 150 to 200Kms one can very easily come across a place that has a spiritual connotation. We have identified some places depending on  the usual trend and people’s inclination where Spiritual Tourism may have significant relevance.

Golden Temple, Varanasi, Mathura, Vrindavan, Somanth temple  in  Gujrat, Dargah Khwaja Saheb in Ajmer;  Rishikesh and Haridwar, Pushkar in Rajasthan; Bodh Gaya in  Bihar are just some of the many top religious and spiritual destinations of India that inspire people to go on spiritual tours and discover the meaning of their life and physical  existence. Similarly Amarnath, Badrinath, Kedarnath, Vaishno Devi, Rudra Prayag, Prayag, Nagarkot, Leh, Kurukshetra, Patna Sahib, Ayodhya, Hemkund, Vindhyavasini,  Hazrat Bal Shrine in Srinagar, Chari Sharif in Gulbarga, Chitrakut, Sun temple in Konark, Bodh Gaya, Dwarka, Junagadh, Goa, Dilwara temples, Shirdi, Ujjain, Maheshwar, Madurai, Rameshwaram, Tirupati, Pondicherry, Kanyakumari, Meenakshi temple etc attract pilgrims from all over India.

Out of these, we choose those locales, which are endowed with natural beauty and seclusion.