Day 01 : Flight to India (New Delhi)
You land in Delhi by universal flight. After a conventional “Swagat” (welcome) our delegates would help to our lodging for check in and overnight sit tight.
Day 02 : New Delhi – Lucknow (via train)
Today city voyage through old and New Delhi. Toward the evening we will drive to the railroad station for the train to Lucknow. Overnight in Train.
Day 03 : Lucknow – Sravasti (around 170 km)
Upon entry in Lucknow, we will drive further to Sravasti. Sravasti (old Savatthi) was the capital of Kosala Mahajanapada and was the greatest town in the Gangetic fields amid the Buddha’s lifetime. Sravasti was host to the Master for 25 year amid the yearly vassavasa (downpour retreat) when the Sangha congregated at one spot. Sravasti is arranged in Gonda region in eastern Uttar Pradesh called Sahet-Mahet. In Sravasti we visit the celebrated religious community where Lord Buddha burned through 24 stormy seasons lecturing.
Day 04 : Sravasti – Kushinagar (around 380 km)
Today in the morning drive from Sravasti to Kushinagar. Kushinagar is the spot that the Buddha decided for his Mahaparinirvana, or last exit from this world. Kushinagar or Kushinara as it was then known was the capital of the Malla Republic, one of the republican conditions of northern India amid the sixth and fifth hundreds of years BC. There are a few new religious communities and sanctuaries. Today we visit the Rambhar Stupa that denote Buddha’s cremation ground. Mahakashyapa lit the memorial service petition to God at Mukutabandha Vihara (Rambhar Stupa) in Kushinagar. Today very little stays of this stupa aside from an extensive block mount ascending to a stature of just about 15 meters set inside of a well-kept park. We additionally visit the expansive Burmese Chandramani Bhikshu Bharamasala. This is the most established religious community in Kushinagar. We will likewise visit the Kushinagar Museum.
Day 05 : Kushinagar – Patna (around 253 km)
In the morning in the wake of eating we drive further to Patna. Patna, the was flourishing township old Indian town of Pataliputra was flourishing townshipduring the Buddha’s lifetime. Patna, the state capital of Bihar is arranged on the banks of the Ganga. It is the significant Entry point for explorers who wish to go in the strides of the Buddha. Today we will drive to Kumrahar to see the remains of Pataliputra which is around 6 km from Gandhi Maidan. The remaining parts of a huge get together corridor with bases of 80 columns have been unearthed at the site, of which one and only column stays in place.
Day 06 : Patna
Today subsequent to eating we have touring in Patna. Today we visit Patna Sahib,The British Museum, Golghar, Patna set up the Patna Museum in the year 1917. This gallery has more than 50,000 uncommon and profitable ancient pieces and craftsmanship objects. The most prized ownership here is the Holy Relic Casket containing the hallowed fiery remains of the Buddha, uncovered in Vaishali. Golhar is a mammoth solid storage facility worked by the British, resulting to the immense starvation of 1770. Two winding staircases from either side lead to the top, which bears an all encompassing perspective of the Ganga and the town. Gurudwara Har Mandir Sahib, prominently known as Patna Sahib is the hallowed holy place of the Sikhs. The site is sacred as the origin of the tenth Guru of the Sikhs, Guru Gobind Singh. Between Patna Sahib is Gulzarbagh, where the opium manufacturing plant and the storage facilities of the British were found. It now houses the Government Printing Press.
Day 07 : Patna – Nalanda – Rajgir (around 100 km)
In the morning in the wake of eating we drive to Rajgir. Enroute we visit Nalanda, the antiquated Buddhist University. Amid the lifetime of the Buddha Rajgir (Rajgriha) was the capital of the effective Magadhan Kingdom, ruled by the upright lord Bimbisara. Rajgir is around 100 km from Patna. This town draws in different explorers and visitors. The town likewise brags the biggest number of stallion drawn carriages. Today we will visit the Vishwa Shanti Stupa. It is a marble structure with specialties bearing brilliant pictures of the Buddha, worked by the Nipponza Myohoji organization of Japan. Inverse the Stupa stands the Saddharma Buddha Vihara. At that point we will drive further to Griddhakuta. The unusual rock distension looking like a vulture’s bill most likely gave the slope its name. In the stone cut holes here the Buddha spent numerous stormy seasons, pondering and lecturing. Rajgir is additionally well known for its seven hot Sulfur Springs, Satadhara. Satadhara is arranged at the foot of Vaibhava Hill. The hot springs are a part of the Lakshmi Narayan Temple complex.
Day 08 : Rajgir – Bodhgaya (around 70 km)
In the morning subsequent to eating we drive to Bodhgaya. Bodhgaya (once Uruvela town) is the spot where 2500 years back in the sixth century BC, a youthful austere, Siddhartha achieved illumination to end up the Buddha and discovered Buddhism one of the world’s most established religions. Bodhgaya is the otherworldly home of the Buddhists. Today we visit the Mahabodhi sanctuary worked to stamp the spot where the Buddha accomplished edification. The celebrated Mahabodhi sanctuary, which remains in the focal point of the Mahabodhi Temple complex has been restored and remade throughout the hundreds of years. The Mahabodhi Temple Complex houses all the real journey spots. A vast roundabout stone with the Buddha’s foot shaped impressions is kept in a little holy place on the left. We likewise visit the Bodhgaya exhibition hall that is situated close to the Mahabodhi sanctuary. It houses ancient pieces unearthed in and around Bodhgaya. It has a vast accumulation of Buddhist and Hindu depends (earthenware) seals, sacred texts and columns from the Sunga period.
Day 09 : Bodhgaya – Varanasi (around 242 km)
In the morning we drive further to Varanasi. Varanasi is without uncertainty India’s most consecrated city and in this manner went by more than one million individuals. Varanasi is additionally called the city of light – Kashi or Benaras. Buddha went to this city in 500 BC. Varanasi is respected one of the most seasoned and the holiest city. By Indian accounts, Varanasi was built up as a city around twelve hundred years prior before the Christian period.
Day 10 : Varanasi
In the early morning we take vessel – ride on the sacred River Ganges and appreciate dawn on the pontoon. Ghats (flight of steps) and the exercises of explorers on that, are the main fascination for guests to Varanasi. A large number of travelers and aficionados visit this city to make sacred petitions to God, to reflect and to filter themselves through cleaning up in the blessed waterway Ganges. In the twelve we visit the city of Varanasi
Day 11 : Varanasi – New Delhi (via air)
Toward the evening we drive to the air terminal for the flight out from Varanasi to New Delhi. In New Delhi we have rest of the day at relaxation. Rooms are accessible to get crisp and change before we withdraw to the air terminal with our delegate.