India – The Center of Spirituality

India is one of the centers of spirituality for over 4,000 years. In fact, the Land of the Vedas and Temples can be found in India is the World’s Capital of Spirituality. Everything about India including its people, buildings and even its soil nurture spiritualism that develops and strengthens the religion itself.

Other religion such as Hinduism, Jainism, Buddhism and Sikhism were formed and strengthened in India. They got support and sought refuge in India when they were mistreated in their own country.

India offers sanctuary and enlightenment not only for religion alone but also for numerous sages, philosophers and founders of other religions as well. The quest for spirituality becomes a need because people are trying to change and achieve the capitalistic way of life, which is why this goes on until now even after so many years.

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India‘s Spiritual Destination

India has several destinations for spiritual activities. If you are trying to search for your spiritual self, a visit to one of the spiritual place can help you. It can help you in nurturing and discovering your spirituality within yourself by looking into the rich spirituality of the country through its history.

There are a lot of spiritual tours in India that can take you to several spiritual destinations which are very much known for their religious and spiritual contribution to the country and its people. These places are all over India and tourists visit these places to allow them to experience the peace and tranquility that they have not experienced for a long time in their life.

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Among the top religious and spiritual destination of India are: Golden Temple and Anandpur Sahib in Amritsar; Varanasi, Mathura, and Vrindavan in Uttar Pradesh; Somanth in Gujarat; Dargah Khwaja Saheb in Ajmer; Rishikesh and Haridwar in Uttrakhand; Pushkar in Rajasthan; Jagannath Puri in Orissa; Tirupati in Andhra Pradesh; and Bodh Gaya in Bihar.

These places have inspired other religious people from different parts of the globe to go on a spiritual tour and to discover the beautiful meaning of one’s life and find the meaning of one’s physical existence.


by Lavanay Bhadwal