Walking with the Buddha - Buddhist Pilgrimages in India

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Overnight at Hotel Yeti in Lumbini. After early breakfast, visit the holy site where Lord Buddha was born. After lunch, depart to Sravasti. Check-in hotel on arrival and overnight at hotel in Sravasti. Hotel Lotus Nikko at Sravasti. After lunch, depart to Kushinagar. Check-in hotel on arrival and overnight at hotel in Kushinagar.

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Hotel Lotus Nikko in Kushinagar. After lunch, depart to Vaishali. Hotel Vaishali Residence at Vaishali. After breakfast, visit the holy sites at Vaishali where Lord Buddha has delivered his last sermon. Visit a huge Pillar erected by Emperor Asoka to commemorate the spot of the last Sermon. Vaishali is also known for Amrapali- a beautiful dancer who offered Lord Buddha a mango orchard and later became Nun. After lunch, depart to Bodh Gaya. In the evening, if time permits, we will visit the Mahabodhi Temple.

Tentative dates: October 28th - November 8th

Bodh Gaya is one of the important holy sites in Buddhism. Kirti Guest House in Bodh Gaya.

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After early breakfast, visit Mahakala Cave. After breakfast, excursion trip to Nalanda and Rajgir. Nalanda is a Site of Buddhist University of great repute which came up much after Lord Buddha passed into Mahaparinirvana. Visit the ruins of the University and the museum.

It is the place where the Teachings of Lord Buddha were recorded in writing for the first time. Thereafter return back to Bodh Gaya. After early breakfast, depart to Varanasi. Hotel Hindustan International in Varanasi. After breakfast, free for independent activities. After lunch, departure transfer to Varanasi airport to board flight to Delhi.

Arrive at Delhi airport and then transfer to hotel.

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Check-in hotel on arrival and overnight at Hotel in Delhi. Royal Plaza Hotel in Delhi. After late breakfast, check-out from the hotel and visit National Museum to see the relics of Buddha. Thereafter drive to Majnu-ka-Tilla, Tibetan colony for lunch. After late lunch, take rest at the Tibetan colony till departure transfer to international airport to board return flight home.

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All participants are advised to check with their health insurance carrier regarding coverage abroad as well as their medical professionals for any precautionary medical treatments for travel to India and Nepal. Emergency medical facilities may not be readily available at all times in India and Nepal. Also, please make sure that you are in good health in order to travel with the group and free to walk about an hour each day.

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  4. All meals included for the duration of the tour. Overland transportation as per the tour itinerary. English Speaking Tour Escort throughout the tour. Entrance fees to sites mentioned in the tour itinerary. Bank charges for fund transfer. Please reconfirm your international flight details beforehand.

    Be sure to arrive at the airport at least three hours prior to departure. We will have meeting with nuns or monk in sarnath. Early morning boat ride on the Ganga, one of the most revered rivers in the world.

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    This stroll will take you through many of the incredible scenes of daily life in the holy, photogenic city of Varanasi and free morning. Tsepel is a hermit and ordained monk — a yogi who lives in Dharamshala under the patronage of His Holiness the Dalai Lama.

    Over the past 20 years, he has dedicated his life to meditation and solitary retreat in the foothills of the Himalaya, near Dharamsala. His work focuses on experiential realisation of Indo-Tibetan philosophy as taught in the ancient Nalanda tradition. Tsepel was born in Basgo, Ladakh, to a family of amchi s doctors of Tibetan medicine. He attended Likir monastery in Ladakh and later Ganden monastery in south India.


    After studying Buddhist philosophy for 15 years at the Tibetan Buddhist University in south India, he became a hermit. Hermit Tsepel is an expert on Buddhist holy sites and has wide experience of leading pilgrimages. He is currently researching sites in India and Nepal and is soon to publish his first guide book. An experienced teacher, he has a deep desire to share his spiritual knowledge and its practical applications in daily life. The ultimate goal of his meditation is to achieve nirvana for himself and others, whilst sharing insights into the nature of the mind and how to live a happier life.

    Homepage Our Journeys. Your Trip Tsepel, an exceptional hermit who has devoted much of his life to meditating alone in the wilderness, will travel with you in the footsteps of the Buddha. Highlights: Walk in the footsteps of the Buddha by visiting the four Buddhist holy cities: Lumbini — birthplace of the Buddha, Bodhgaya — the place where he attained enlightenment, Sarnath — where the Buddha gave his first teaching, and Kushinagar — where he died Understand the main teachings of the Buddha the Four Noble Truths and Heart Sutra with your exceptional guide, Hermit Tsepel Practice meditation in these most sacred places under the expert direction of your unique guide Admire one of the most exquisite of the seven wonders of the world: the Taj Mahal Feel the fervour of thousands of devotees during the Ganga Aarti ritual on the banks of the Ganges River in Varanasi Enjoy the experience of touring with Omalaya and our caring, expert guidance Day 1 Monday, 13th January, Arrival in Delhi and check into the hotel.

    Visiting the Four Sacred Sites

    Day 2 Tuesday, 14th January, Delhi- Lucknow- Sravasti. Day 3 Wednesday, 15th January, Day 4 Thursday, 16th January, Day 5 Friday, 17th January, Day 6 Saturday, 18th January, Day 7 Sunday, 19th January, Day 8 Monday, 20th January, Day 9 Tuesday, 21st January, Day 10 Wednesday, 22nd January, Afternoon there will be teaching. Day 11 Thursday, 23rd January, Bodhgaya walk to Mahakala Cave. Day 12 Friday, 24 January, Day 13 Saturday, 25th January, Day 14 Sunday, 26th January, Saranath-Varanasi-Delhi-Flight home Early morning boat ride on the Ganga, one of the most revered rivers in the world.

    In late afternoon your fight to Delhi and home. Itinerary Details Map Gallery. Details Date Dates: 13th Jan. All transportation throughout the itinerary. Entry fees to all sites included in the itinerary. The guidance of Hermit Tsepel from Day 1 to Day An english-speaking guide throughout the trip. Honorarium for Hermit Tsephel. Accommodation in double room throughout the trip. Full board with the exception of those meals identified below. The assistance of an English-speaking guide throughout the journey. Mineral water one bottle per person per day. International flights to Delhi although we are happy to provide assistance with ticket booking.

    Lunch and dinner. Accommodation In 5-star hotels in Delhi and Patna. In 4-star hotels in Kushinagar, Rajgir, Bodhgaya, and Varanasi. In 3-star hotel in Sravasti, Lumbini.