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Prayag in modern-day Prayagraj is believed to be the most important pilgrimage centre for Hindus. Traditionally river confluences are regarded as auspicious places, but in Sangam, the significance of the confluence is most pious because here, the holy Ganga, Yamuna and the mythical Saraswati meet to become one.


Kashi Vishwanath Temple: Kashi Vishwanath Temple is one of the most famous Hindu temples and is dedicated to Shiva. This is one of the most worshiped Shiva temple in Hinduism and has been mentioned in the Puranas including the Kashi Khanda (section) of Skanda Purana.

Kashi Visalakshi: The Vishalakshi Temple or Vishalakshi Gauri Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to the goddess Vishalakshi, at Mir Ghat on the banks of the Ganges at Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh, India. It is generally regarded as a Shakti Pitha, the most sacred temples dedicated to the Hindu Divine Mother. The earrings of the goddess Sati are said to have fallen on this holy spot of Varanasi.

Annapoorani Temple: Annapurna Mandir is one of the most famous Hindu temples (Mandir) in the holy city of Varanasi. This temple has great religious importance in Hinduism and is dedicated to the goddess Annapurna. Annapurna is the Hindu goddess for nourishment and is a form of the goddess Parvati.


Gaya is a holy city beside the Falgu River, in the northeast Indian state of Bihar. It’s known for 18th-century Vishnupad Mandir, a riverside temple with an octagonal shrine. Close by, ancient Mangla Gauri Temple is set on a hilltop. To the north, Hindu devotees bath in a Brahma Kund pond before honoring their deceased ancestors atop Pretshila Hill. To the south lies the Hindu pilgrimage center of Bodh Gaya


Jaganath Temple: Jagannath Temple is an important Hindu temple dedicated to Jagannath, a form of Vishnu – one of the trinity of supreme divinity in Hinduism. The Puri temple is famous for its annual Ratha Yatra, or chariot festival, in which the three principal deities are pulled on huge and elaborately decorated temple cars, Worship is performed by the Bhil Sawar tribal priest in the Jagannath temple

Konark sun temple: The temple is attributed to king Narasimhadeva-I of the Eastern Ganga dynasty about 1250 CE. Dedicated to the Hindu Sun God Surya, what remains of the temple complex has the appearance of a 100-foot high chariot with immense wheels and horses, all carved from stone. Once over 200 feet high, much of the temple is now in ruins, in particular the large shikara tower over the sanctuary; at one time this rose much higher than the mandapa that remains. The structures and elements that have survived are famed for their intricate artwork, iconography, and themes, including erotic kama and mithuna scenes. Also called the Surya Devalaya, it is a classic illustration of the Odisha style of Architecture or Kalinga architecture.


Ayodhya is a historic city in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, renowned for its cultural and religious significance. It is believed to be the birthplace of Lord Rama, a revered figure in Hinduism, and is home to the famous Ram Janmabhoomi temple. The city has a rich heritage, attracting pilgrims and tourists alike.


Haridwar is a sacred city located in the northern Indian state of Uttarakhand. It is situated along the banks of the Ganges River and is one of the seven holiest places in Hinduism. Haridwar is known for its ghats (steps leading to the river), where devotees gather to take holy dips in the Ganges to cleanse themselves of sins. The city is also famous for hosting the Kumbh Mela.


Delhi, officially known as the National Capital Territory of Delhi, is the capital city of India.  Delhi is known for its rich cultural heritage, historic monuments, and modern infrastructure. Some notable landmarks in Delhi include the Red Fort, India Gate, Qutub Minar, Lotus Temple, and Humayun's Tomb. Delhi is also known for its diverse cuisine, bustling markets, and vibrant street life, making it a vibrant and dynamic.


Mathura is a historic city located in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. It is renowned as the birthplace of Lord Krishna, a revered deity in Hinduism. Mathura is steeped in religious and cultural significance and is home to numerous temples, including the Shri Krishna Janmabhoomi temple, which marks the exact spot believed to be the birthplace of Lord Krishna. Mathura boasts a rich heritage and is known for its traditional art, music, and dance forms. The city's vibrant streets, especially during festivals like Holi, attract pilgrims and tourists alike. 



Agra is a city located in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. It is renowned worldwide for being home to one of the most iconic and beautiful monuments in the world, the Taj Mahal which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Apart from the Taj Mahal, Agra is also known for other historic and architectural wonders such as the Agra Fort and Fatehpur Sikri, both of which are UNESCO World Heritage Sites as well. Agra has a rich cultural heritage and a vibrant market scene where visitors can explore local handicrafts and cuisine.

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