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Tour code           :  NKG 24
Ex             :  Bengaluru
Distance      :  8500 kms (approximately Round trip)
Duration      :  By Train 18 Days / By Flight 15 Days 
Vehicle Used       :  A/C Deluxe Bus
Accommodation  Twin sharing basis Standard rooms
States visited      : Uttara Pradesh, Bihar &  Nepal
Places visited    : Prayaga (Allahabad) , Ayodhya , Sunauli Border,Pokhara , Jomsom, Mukthinath(Opt). Manokamana, Kathmandu, Gorakhpur, Gaya, Bodhgaya , Varanasi (Kashi), Saranath

Departure dates:

    2018 : APR 16*,30*,MAY 14*, MAY 28*, JUN 11*, JUN 25*, AUG 6*, AUG 20*,SEP 10*, SEP 24*, OCT 1, OCT 15*, NOV 12, NOV 26, DEC 10,

    2019 : JAN 14, FEB 11, FEB 25, MAR 11, MAR 25.

COST :In Rs...
Twin Sharing
Single Sharing
(2-11 Years)
(2-11 Y)
Without Bed & Seat

  • For Infants 2-24 months(2 Years) Please send enquiry.
  • Charges for children mentioned applies only if they accompanied by 2 adults. If the child is accompanied by single adult full amount will be charged.
  • Children 2-11 Years will be charged 75% of the tour Cost with full-seat, without extra bed.
  Morning Dep from Bengaluru Railway Station.
DAY 2        IN TRAIN
  Train Journey Continues.
  Morning reach Mughal Sarai, transfer to Hotel, Afterwards holy dip in Ganga, vishwanath, vishalakshi & Annapoorna Darshan. Evening free for Shopping Gangarathi. Night halt at Varanasi.
  Morning dep to Allahabad(Prayaga), Holy dip in Triveni Sangama, (Ganga-Yamuna-Saraswathi). Veni Dana, Ganga Pooja, Pitrukarya etc. Afterwards visit Shankara mandapam,Hanuman mandir, etc. Night halt at Allahabad.
DAY 5     ALLAHABAD - AYODHYA                                                                                                                                
  Morning dep to Ayodhya, Holy bath in Sarayu, Rama Janmabhoomi, Rama Pattabisheka, Kanaka Bhavan, Hanuman Gaddieach Gorakhpur, transfer to hotel. Night halt at Ayodhya.
  Morning dep to Sunauli/ Bairahawa, India – Nepal border via Gorakhpur, Gorakhnath Mandir Darshan. Night halt at Sunauli. 
  Morning dep to Pokhara, Famous for Scenic Beauty,   Hill station, Night halt at Pokhara. 
  Morning optional tour to Muktinath, proceed  to   Jomsom by flight / jeep  for Mukthinath Darshan .Night halt at Jomsom .
  Morning return from Jomsom , visit Bindhyabasini temple, Devis falls, Guheshwar cave, Boating in Phewa Lake Etc. Night halt at Pokhara.
  Morning after breakfast departure to Kathmandu, via Manokamana, Manokamana Devi Mandir, in South Asia's largest cable car. Night halt at Kathmandu.
  Full day sight seeing, Morning Kathmandu Durbar Square, Budha Neelakanta, Swayabhunath, Bhouddha, Afternoon  Bhaktapur etc. Night halt at Kathmandu.
  Morning time for Mountain flight to spectacular view of Himalayan ranges, Mount Everest. etc(optional). After Break fast Pashupathinath darshan, Night halt at Kathmandu.
  Morning dep to Gorakhpur, Evening reach Gorakhpur. Night halt at Gorakhpur.
  Morning dep to Bodhgaya, Evening reach Bodhgaya. Night halt at Bodhgaya.
  Morning Palguni River, vishnupada Mandir Darshan, Pitrukarya, & visit Mahabhodi temple in Bodhgaya. afterwards Lunch. return to Varanasi.
  Morning Pitru karya, After noon check out hotel , lunch afterwords  Varanasi Mandir Darshan - Kala Bhairava, Kavadebai, Durga Mandir, Sathyamanasa mandir, Birla Mandir, Sankata Mochan, Saranath-where Buddha Preached here first time. Night transfer to Mughalsarai railway station.
  Train Journey Continues.
  Evening reach Bengaluru Railway Station.
Allahabad also known by its original name Prayag is one of the largest cities of the North Indian state of Uttar Pradesh in India. Although Prayaga was renamed AIlahabad in 1575, the name later became Allahabad in an anglicized version in Roman script. The city is situated on an inland peninsula, surrounded by the rivers Ganges and Yamuna on three sides, with only one side connected to the mainland Doab region, of which it is a part. This position is of importance in Hindu scriptures for it is situated at the confluence, known as Triveni Sangam, of the holy rivers. As per Rigveda the Sarasvati River (now dried up) was part of the three river confluence in ancient times. It is one of four sites of the Kumbh Mela, an important mass Hindu pilgrimage.
The ancient name of the city is Prayag (Sanskrit for "place of sacrifice"), as it is believed to be the spot where Brahma offered his first sacrifice after creating the world. Since its founding, Prayaga renamed Allahabad has played an important role in the history and cultural life of India.

Ayodhya Ayodhya, also known as Saket, is an ancient city of India, believed to be the birthplace of Rama and setting of the epic Ramayana. It is adjacent to Faizabad city at the south end in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. Ayodhya used to be the capital of the ancient Kosala Kingdom. It has an average elevation of 93 meters (305 feet).
Owing to the belief as the birthplace of Rama, Ayodhya has been regarded as one of the seven most important pilgrimage sites (Saptapuri) for Hindus. It is believed that the birth spot of Rama was marked by a temple, which was demolished by the orders of the Mughal emperor Babur and a mosque erected in its place. The Ayodhya dispute concerns the activism by the Hindu groups to rebuild a Rama's temple at the site.

Sonauli is located on the Indo-Nepal Border and is a well-known transit point between India and Nepal.
Sonauli is around 90 km from Gorakhpur, a major city of India located in the state of Uttar Pradesh. The nearest Railway station from Sonauli is Nautanwa Railway Station, which is around 7 km away and is now well connected with Indian Railway Network. Earlier Nautanwa was connected with Gorakhpur through Narrow Gauge Railway Track. But with the development of Indian Railway Network, this track is converted into Broad gauge which facilitate fast long railway transit.

Lumbin? (Nepali and Sanskrit: ???????? About this sound listen (help·info), "the lovely") is a Buddhist pilgrimage site in the Rupandehi District of Nepal. It is the place where, according to Buddhist tradition, Queen Mayadevi gave birth to Siddhartha Gautama in 563 BCE.[1][2] Gautama, who achieved Enlightenment some time around 528 BCE,[3][4] became the Gautama Buddha and founded Buddhism.[5][6][7] Lumbini is one of many magnets for pilgrimage that sprang up in places pivotal to the life of Gautama Buddha.
Lumbini has a number of temples, including the Mayadevi Temple and several others which are still under construction. Many monuments, monasteries and a museum — the Lumbini International Research Institute — are also located within the holy site. Also located there is the Puskarini or Holy Pond where the Buddha's mother took the ritual dip prior to his birth and where he, too, had his first bath. At other sites near Lumbini, earlier Buddhas were, according to tradition, born, achieved ultimate Enlightenment and finally relinquished their earthly forms.
Lumbini was granted World Heritage status by UNESCO in 1997.

Pokhara (Nepali: ?????) is a sub-metropolitan and the second largest city of Nepal as well as the headquarters of Kaski DistrictGandaki Zone and the Western Development Region. It is located 200 km west of the capital Kathmandu. Despite being a comparatively smaller valley than Kathmandu, its geography varies dramatically within just few kilometres from north to south. The altitude varies from 827 m in the southern part to 1740 m in the north.[1] Additionally, the Annapurna Range with three out of the ten highest mountains in the world — DhaulagiriAnnapurna I and Manaslu — are within approximately 15 – 35 miles as-the-crow-flies distance from the valley.[2][3][4] Due to its proximity to the Annapurna mountain range, the city is also a base for trekkers undertaking the Annapurna Circuit through the ACAP region[5] of the Annapurna ranges in theHimalayas.
Phewa lake in Pokhara. Boating at phewa lake is one of the popular activities one does who go for visit.
Pokhara is home to many Gurkha soldiers. It is the most expensive city in the country, with a Cost of Living Index of 95.
The Manakamana Temple situated in the Gorkha district of Nepal is the sacred place of the Hindu Goddess Bhagwati, an incarnation of Parvati.[1] The name Manakamana originates from two words, “mana” meaning heart and “kamana” meaning wish. Venerated since the 17th century, it is believed that Goddess Manakamana grants the wishes of all those who make the pilgrimage to her shrine to worship her.
The Manakamana temple lies 12 km south of the town Gorkha.[2] The temple is located on a distinguished ridge 1,302 metres (4,272 ft) above sea level and overlooks the river valleys of Trisuli in the south and Marsyangdi in the west. The spectacular views of the Manaslu- Himachali and Annapurna ranges can be seen to the north of the temple. The temple is approximately a 104 kilometres (65 mi) drive from Kathmandu and can also be reached via bus east from Pokhara in around three to four hours.

Kathmandu : The history of the city of Kathmandu, which is inseparable from that of the Kathmandu valley, dates back to ancient times.[1] Archaeological explorations indicate that Kathmandu and the two other sister towns in the valley were the oldest towns and are traced to the period between 167 BC and 1 AD. Excavations conducted at Hadigaon and Lubhu in southern part of the valley, in Kathmandu, have unearthed brick walls and Stone Age tools.
The extent of Kathmandu city today across the Kathmandu Valley
In 1992, workers digging a trench for the foundation of a house in Maligaon in Eastern Kathmandu discovered a life size (171 x 49 cm) standing male figure carved in pale sandstone, clearly made in the Kushan style. The sculpture was donated by an early Licchavi or pre-Licchavi monarch, named Jaya Varman with an inscription on the pedestal. Although the identity of the figure is contested, it is the authors'[who?] opinion that it is likely Jaya Varman himself who is portrayed. It is the oldest known inscription from the Kathmandu Valley. "The inscription on this sculpture, clearly dated to samvat 107, most likely corresponding to AD 185, provides this previously missing evidence, and pushes back the epigraphical documentation of royal rule in the Kathmandu valley nearly three hundred years.

Bhaktapur (Nepali: ??????? Bhaktapur About this sound Listen (help·info) ), literally translates to Place of devotees. Also known asBhadgaon or Khwopa (Newar: ???? Khwopa), it is an ancient Newar city in the east corner of the Kathmandu ValleyNepal, about 8 miles (13 km) from the capital city, Kathmandu. It is located in Bhaktapur District in the Bagmati Zone.
Bhaktapur was the largest of the three Newar kingdoms of the Kathmandu Valley, and was the capital of Nepal during the great 'Malla Kingdom' until the second half of the 15th century. Today it is the third largest city in the Kathmandu Valley, with a population of more than 80,000, of which the vast majority are still Newars. Historically more isolated than the other two kingdoms, Kathmandu and Patan, Bhaktapur has a distinctly different form of Nepal Bhasa language.
Bhaktapur has the best preserved palace courtyards and old city center in Nepal, and is listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO for its rich culture, temples, and wood, metal and stone artworks. This is supported by the restoration and preservation efforts of German-funded Bhaktapur Development Project (BDP).
The city is famous for special type of curd called "Ju Ju(king) dhau(curd). It is experienced by the curd makers that the taste of curd prepared in this location cannot be found elsewhere all over Nepal.

Patan, an ancient fortified town, was founded in 745 AD by Vanraj Chavda, the most prominent king of the Chavda Kingdom. He named the city Anhilpur Patan or "Anhilwad Patan" after his close friend and Prime Minister Anhil shepherd.
These Chalukya rajputs, with Paramaras of Malwa, the Chauhans of Sakambhari and Chandellas of Kalanjar and Mahoba, were serious contestants for supremacy in northern India.
Later Mulraj, the adopted son of last Chavda king, established Solanki dynasty. He successfully expanded kingdom to west. His successor Siddhraj Jaisinh added Malwa.
Kumarpal was a major ruler who patroned Jainism. Solanki rule covered Saurashtra and Kutch in the west, Lata in the south, Malwa in the east and southern Rajasthan in the north at its greatest period. Historian Tertius Chandler estimates that Anhilwara (Patan is built on this ancient city) was the tenth-largest city in the world in the year 1000, with a population of approximately 100,000.[1]
Muhammed's general and later Sultan of Delhi Qutb-ud-din Aybak sacked the city between 1200 and 1210, and it was destroyed by the Alladin Khilji in 1298.
The modern town of Patan later sprung up near the ruins of Anhilwara. During 1304 to 1411, first Patan was the Subaheadquarter of Delhi Sultanate and capital city of the Gujarat Sultanate after the collapse of the Delhi Sultanate at the end of the 14th century. A new fort was built by these Subas, a large portion of which (along with a few of the gates) is still intact. The old fort of the Hindu kingdom is nearly vanquished and only a wall can be seen on the way from Kalka to Rani ki vav. In 1411, SultanAhmed Shah moved the capital to Ahmedabad.
Patan was part of the Baroda state from the mid-18th century until India's independence in 1947, when Baroda became part ofBombay state, which in 1960 was separated into Gujarat and Maharashtra.

Gorakhpur is a city located along the banks of Rapti river in the eastern part of the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. It is located near the Nepal border, 273 kilometres east of the state capital Lucknow. It is the administrative headquarter of Gorakhpur Districtand Gorakhpur Division. The city is home to the Gorakshanath Temple (Gorakhnath Math).

Gaya (/??j??/) is a city of ancient historical and mythological significance. It is one of the major tourist attractions of Bihar. The city is the second largest city of Bihar, after Patna[3] and is also the headquarters of Gaya district and Magadh division.
Gaya is 100 kilometres south of Patna, the capital city of Bihar. Situated on the banks of the Phalgu River (or Niranjana, as mentioned in Ramayana), it is a place sanctified by the JainHinduIslam and Buddhist religions. It is surrounded by small rocky hills (Mangla-GauriShringa-SthanRam-Shila and Brahmayoni) by three sides and the river flowing on the fourth (eastern) side. The city has a mix of natural surroundings, age old buildings, green areas and narrow bylanes.

Bodh Gaya is a religious site and place of pilgrimage associated with the Mahabodhi Temple Complex in Gaya district in theIndian state of Bihar. It is famous as it is the place where Gautama Buddha is said to have obtained Enlightenment (pali: bodhi) under what became known as the Bodhi Tree.[2]
For Buddhists, Bodh Gaya is the most important of the main four pilgrimage sites related to the life of Gautama Buddha, the other three being KushinagarLumbini, and Sarnath. In 2002, Mahabodhi Temple, located in Bodh Gaya, became a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Sarnath is a city located 13 kilometres north-east of Varanasi near the confluence of the Ganges and the Gomati rivers in Uttar PradeshIndia. The deer park in Sarnath is where Gautama Buddha first taught the Dharma, and where the Buddhist Sangha came into existence through the enlightenment of Kondanna. Singhpur, a village approximately one km away from the site, was the birthplace of Shreyansanath, the Eleventh Tirthankara of Jainism, and a temple dedicated to him, is an important pilgrimage site.
Isipatana is mentioned by the Buddha as one of the four places of pilgrimage which his devout followers should visit, if they wanted to visit a place for that reason.[1] It was also the site of the Buddha's Dhammacakkappavattana Sutta, which was his first teaching after attaining enlightenment, in which he taught the four noble truths and the teachings associated with it.

Varanasi also known as Benares,[4] Banaras or Kashi is a North Indian city on the banks of the Ganges in Uttar Pradesh, India, 320 kilometres (200 mi) south-east of the state capital, Lucknow, and 121 kilometres (75 mi) east of Allahabad. The spiritual capital of India, it is the holiest of the seven sacred cities (Sapta Puri) in Hinduism and Jainism, and played an important role in the development of Buddhism. Varanasi lies along National Highway 2, which connects it to KolkataKanpurAgra, and Delhi, and is served by Varanasi Junction and Lal Bahadur Shastri International Airport.
Tour Cost Includes Tour Cost Excludes 
  • Second sleeper Train Tickets for Bangalore - Varanasi - Bangalore.
  • Deluxe bus for transfers & Sightseeing.
  • Guidance & services of an experienced Tour Escort.
  • Accommodation on twin sharing standard rooms in good hotels
  • Vegetarian Food by our cooking Staff ( Tea/coffee/ Breakfast /Lunch /Dinner)
  • Special Pujas darshans.
  • Muktinath Flight tickets
  • Cable car charges for Manokamana Mandir.
  • Entry Tickets , Boating, Camera Charges
  • Government Service Tax  (GST 5%) as applicable
  • Food during the train journey
  • Laundry ,Telephone calls ,Mineral water.
  • Any Increase in the fuel surcharge or any kind of taxes levied by the respective government or statutory bodies.
  • Cost of extension of the validity or deviation from route of the tour.
  • Laundry, consumption from the mini bar / refrigerator at Hotel, beverages, Mineral water, telephone charges, shopping, all items of personal nature and also food and drinks not forming the part of the group menus.
  • Any extra expenses incurred for changing the route due to any unforeseen circumstances, Natural calamities, political disturbances, strikes etc.
  • Extra cost incurred due to illness, accident, hospitalization or any Individual unforeseen cost incurring incidence.
  • Any private transfers taken to move from one place to another instead of coach.
  • Any up gradation in the room category.
  • Any other expense incurred other than which are mentioned in Tour cost includes list.