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Sarnath with Ganga Aarti Ceremony

Kunjapuri Temple Trek is the best way to explore Himalayan cultures and traditions in Rishikesh, Uttarakhand.

Attractions :

  • Sarnath, the birth place of Buddhism
  • Archaeological Buddhist site and Archaeological Museum
  • Manikarnika Ghat , Burning Ghat
  • Evening Boat Ride on the Ganges
  • Evening Ganga Aarti at dasaswamedh ghat
  • USD 65 per person

    Minimum 2 Person

Sarnath with Ganga Aarti Ceremony

Overview

Sarnath is a place 10 km away from the city of Varanasi, in the northeast area. Gautama Buddha interpreted his first sermon of Dhamma and Buddhism began to exist. Later, Emperor Ashoka established a series of stupas and monuments to spread Buddhism. Through stupas that are a house of relics, manuscripts, and fascinating inscriptions. Ashoka described Indian history, the development of Buddhism and provided the theories of the aliens who came to visit our planet. A visit to Sarnath takes half a day. Chauknadi stupas fascinate visitors with their beauty and grace. Several animals and birds are also attractive at the Sarnath Zoo. Some others from other countries are also the place worth visiting.

Detailed Itinerary

This tour starts with a visit the Sarnath, where Buddha explained the cause of suffering and its cure Buddha Temple, Stupas, and monuments. Witness the fascination of Sarnath Chaukhandi Stupa and Dhammekha Stupa, Sarnath museum.

In the evening Ganga Aarti, which is the magnificent event at the Ganges. You can experience great feelings during the Aarti process. A group of young saints dressed in silky saffron and white robes lead this ceremony. Each saint occupies a specific place at Ghats and begins the ritual by offering flowers to the Ganges River. The ritual includes many oil lamps like the snake bell lamp that are shaken in a synchronized movement chanting mantras. You can find thousands of small oil lamps floating in the river that would look like great stress in the water.

Inclusions

  • English Speaking Local Guide
  • 1 Bottled water per person
  • Private AC Car
  • Monuments Enterances
  • Boat Trip

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