Yoga Tour Himalaya With Nanda Devi Trek
Area: Garhwal Himalayas
Duration: 11 Days 10 Night
Season: Round the Year
DAY 01: DELHI - RISHIKESH
Pick up from your destination at Delhi and straight drive to Haridwar, Enroute halt for Lunch, arrive Haridwar after sightseeing of Haridwar, drive to Rishikesh, arrive Rishikesh check in at Hotel. Overnight stay at Rishikesh.
Hardwar or Haridwar are two names for the same piece. The whole of uttrakhand is dotted with temples of vishnu & shiva. Vishnu is known as hari and shiva as har dwar means gate, and it is for this reason that this place is known as haridwar or hardwar, as it is the gateway to shri badrinath and shri kedarnath, the holy shrines of hari and har. The hindu pantheon allows freedom of worship of gods in any form. Uttarakhand abounds in shrines of gods & goddesses and haridwar from time immemorial has been the gateway to these shrines.
Definition of Yoga : Described by the ancient Indian scriptures as the communion of the individual soul (Jivatma) the Universal soul or God (Parmatma) Yoga the ancient Indian discipline is highly relevant to the modern day context.
Today, as we enter the 21st Century, the outside world is becoming more restless and life is full of strive and tensions. Yoga provides the perfect panacea.
The secrets of the ancient science of Yoga were passed down from the Rishis, saints and sages who came to these very Himalayas for divine inspiration. Through their meditation, austerities and prayers, a treasure-chest of wisdom was bestowed upon them for the benefit of humanity.
Yoga literally means Union, it is a union of breath to the body, of the mind to the muscles, and most importantly of the self to the divine.
Yoga is not a religion. It does not require you to believe in a certain God or to chant certain hymns. It is an ancient science, which leads to health in the body, peace in the mind, joy in the heart and liberation of the soul. It is the most secular and universal system for human salvation.