Ganga Sagar yatra with puri

Ganga Sagar Yatra with PURI

Ganga sagar yatra

Ganga sagar yatra is considered as one of the most important pilgrimage Gangasagar –which is considered to be a great religious significance. Gangasagar is an island in the confluence of Holy River Ganga & Bay of Bengal. Also known as Sagardwip, Gangasagar is still unexplored and therefore unexploited. The island of Gangasagar is one of the most famous Hindu pilgrimage centres in India. Every pilgrim from all over India visit at Gangasagar for a holy dip at the confluence of the river Ganga and the Bay of Bengal. After the holy dip, the pilgrims offer ‘Puja’ at the Kapil Muni Temple. On the occasion of Makar Sankranti, Gangasagar Mela is organized in this island, which is one of the biggest fairs in West Bengal. The lighthouse at Gangasagar offers a panoramic view of this spectacular beach, from where you can enjoy sunrise and sunset. During sunset, the sky turns golden with a patch of red on the horizon and the silver sand reflects the last rays of the sun. Photography is not restricted on this island.

Day 1 – Arrival in Kolkata , – hotel transfer, and siteseen as per arrival Schedule. Kolkata is known for its monuments like Vicotoria memorial, Howrah Bridge, Kalighat temple, Mother Teresa home, Swami Ramkrishna Paramhans Ashram and severl other monuments.

Day 2 – Kolkata – Gangasagar – Kolkata – Pickup from hotel  at 6 am, and straight to Gangasagar  (Vehicle will drop at Harwood point, and guest has to pay directly Ferry charges, and transport for Kapilmuni Ashram ) –Gangasagar Island is an island in Ganges Delta, lying on the continental shelf of Bay of Bengal. Our Vehicle will drop at Harwood point, and after that will wait on the exit point of the other side. Evening back to Kolkata and transfer to Hotel.

Day 3 – Kolkata – Bhubneshwar – PURI  – Morning, take your flight to Bhubneshwar, upon arrival, welcome by our driver, and Road to Puri, visit Temple of Lord Jagannath, and night in Puri.

Temple of Lord Jagannath in Puri is one of the most remarkable temples of Lord Shri Jagannath, Lord Balram, and Subhadra. The Temple is assisted by numbers of Brahmins who are serving Lord Jagannath day and night.

Day 4 – Puri – Konark – Bhubneshwar : Morning drive to  visit Konark sun temple – It is one of the most gigantic temples dedicated to Lord Suryanarayan or Sun God. Temple dates back to 13th Century, and represented by 7 horses which shows the days of the week, and two giant wheels which are divided into 12 spokes each representing the 12 hrs of day and night. On the way visit Raghurajpur artists village, and Dhaulagiri – Ashok’s Stupa and transfer to Airport .