Embark on a profound journey through time and spirituality with our “Sacred Kurukshetra and Pehowa Pilgrimage” day tour. Departing from Delhi, this expedition takes you to Kurukshetra, where Lord Krishna imparted the wisdom of the Bhagwad-Gita. Immerse yourself in the holiness of Brahma Sarovar and Sannihit Sarovar, then proceed to Pehowa to visit the Kartikeya Temple, home to eternal lamps from the Mahabharata. Explore the Bhadrakali Temple, Bhishma Kund, and Sheikh Chilli’s Tomb, uncovering the legends and myths that make these places sacred. This spiritual odyssey promises a deeper understanding of Hindu mythology and a connection with ancient history.
|#||Discount group||From adult||To adult||Value|
|1||Discount on 2-person group||2||2||254|
|2||Discount on 3-person group||3||3||466|
|3||Discount on 4-person group||4||4||720|
|4||Discount on 5-person group||5||5||996|
|5||Discount on 6-person group||6||6||1220|
|6||Discount on 7-person group||7||7||1475|
|7||Discount on 8-person group||8||8||1729|
Indicative Pick-Up Time: 6:00 AM
Indicative Drop-Off Time: 9:00 PM
Embark on a spiritually enriching journey from Delhi to Kurukshetra and Pehowa, exploring the significant sites associated with Hindu mythology and history.
Your day begins at 6:00 AM with a pick-up from your hotel in Delhi. The scenic drive takes you to Kurukshetra, where your first stop is the Jyotisar temple. This sacred site is where Lord Krishna imparted his wisdom to Arjuna as written in the Bhagwad-Gita. Immerse yourself in the spiritual ambiance and take a holy dip in the Brahma Sarovar, a revered pond mentioned in the Mahabharata. Your exploration continues at the Sannihit Sarovar, another holy water body.
At noon, depart for Pehowa, where you'll visit the Kartikeya Temple, dedicated to Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati's son. Discover the lamps that have burned continuously since the Battle of Mahabharata, lit by Yudhishthira.
After a well-deserved lunch break, proceed to the Bhadrakali Temple, also known as the Savitri Peeth. Learn about the legend of Goddess Sati and explore the temple, which houses horses from Lord Krishna and the Pandavas' chariots, offered in gratitude for their victory.
Next, visit the Bhishma Kund, a historical water tank linked to the Mahabharata, along with an adjacent temple associated with Pitamaha Bhishma.
Explore the legacy of Sufi Saint Abdu'r-Rahim, also known as Sheikh Chilli, at his tomb and madrasa. Admire the octagonal tomb and the central cenotaph of the saint, who was the spiritual guide of Mughal Prince Dara Shikoh.
Your journey concludes at 9:00 PM, as you are dropped off at your hotel in Delhi, carrying with you the profound experiences and spiritual insights gained from this day tour.