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    I am not well know about other places as i am from Darjeeling i will recommend you to visit Darjeeling.There are several holy places,Temple,monastries around Darjeeling
    Visit for more info http://sandeep-hamrodarjeeling.blogspot.com/ over 6 years ago

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    Go to the oldest known temple in the ancient world. It is Vijayanagar. It is thought to be a place where you can connect to life outside of our world. It is so beautiful. over 6 years ago

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    I would recommend possibly checking out Kolkata, India and working with Mother Teresa's Missions of Charities. I worked with them for a month at Nabo Jibon for spiritual and humanitarian reasons. Kolkata is the "City of Joy"! over 6 years ago

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    You can go to the Golden Temple in Amritsar. over 6 years ago

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    I'm looking in guide books myself and yes Vijayanagar was one of them. In past trips, I've visited many hill stations which are restful and allow you to deeply enjoy nature. There are beautiful tiny shrines everywhere you go and yes, in Darjeeling, there is a large ornate Buddhist temple and a nice botanical garden. I think just practicing patience and letting go of your preferences is in itself a spiritual experience in India. Throughout India are festivals like Shivaratri. It is very special to celebrate Shivaratri in Varanasi. This upcoming year, in 2013, is the Maha Kumbha Mela. This is a 12 year festival that happens based on astrological configurations. I went to an adi-Kumbh or a 6 year festival twice, both in 1995 and 2007 and they were crowded. So this is even larger and more auspicious. Do know that because of the large number of pilgrims, people do get trampled. Be careful. I will possibly be there myself. The reason people go is to bathe in the place where two sacred rivers meet. It is held in Allahabad which is a dust bowl. The first time I went I stayed with a group of foreignors in an ashram and we found babas who spoke about spirituality with a translator, there were plays that are captivating to watch, and even the Rainbow family was there in a tent singing songs. The second time I went late to avoid the crowds for the last significant bathing day and didn't see any foreignors and couldn't find my friend. After asking around, I was told of a kriya yoga ashram and stayed there. They had a lot of programs, instructions in kriya yoga, which was interesting. The ashram was located near the highway, though, so it was noisy. And children begged, pulling on your clothes, near the ashram. I was able to do the best tai chi turns on the porch of that ashram. I do believe it a special place. If you're a bit worn and need a rest, go to Rishikesh, specifically the Tapovan area. In winter a Brazilian baba comes to Tapovan, Rishikesh and gives satsang. He is a psychotherapist and talks about love relationships as well. Look for tai chi by a Swedish man named Tony. He's great! about 6 years ago

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    India is richest place of getting spirituality satisfaction from ancient time. because of india
    is hub of saints, priests, and Astrologer having various story which prove it as Mahabhart , Ramayana etc
    Best place for getting spirituality satisfaction is Rishikesh , Haridwar, Shukratal, Saarnath etc. these are the places which is famous for that kind of activity and I assure you that you will get the benefit of traveling or course of that. almost 6 years ago

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    Ganga aarti (Ganga river worship) every evening in Varanasi, Ganga aarti and singing at Parmarth Ashram in Rishikesh every evening, Vrindavan, Dvarka, temples in the northern Himalayas like Badrinath, Maha Kumbh mela in Prayag in 2013 (once in 12 years - largest gathering of humans on earth), temples of Rajasthan like Nathdvara & Mt. Abu, temples of southern India like Madurai, Vijaynagar. almost 6 years ago

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    Haridwar is commonly regarded as a holy city and therefore people from this area hold very many religious festivals. Haridwar tourist places reflect the divinity of the culture and traditions in this holy city. It stands as the gateway to the other three important pilgrimages of Uttrakhand namely, Rishikesh, Badrinath and Kedarnath.
    To know more visit: http://focuztours.com/destination/haridwar-tourist-places.html about 5 years ago

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    spiritual depends on how u define it. go beyond Haridwar to find your inner self in the gushing waters of the mighty Ganges, follow the Buddhist monastery trail into the Himalayas to the abide of the Dalai Lama, explore Varanasi - don't know what it is that makes this city so eerily spiritual, you will definitely feel it,listen to the stories at the ancient temples of South India or do volunteer for community work in rural India, the people you meet will help you understand yourself better. Cheers ! about 5 years ago

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    To observe Indian spirituality, Varanasi. I love Pushkar lake and the pilgrims who bathe there. Yoga classes also available. My first visit to Kathmandu showed how deeply spiritual Nepalis are. Love Kathmandu and the Himalayas, which are mightily uplifting in more than just the geological sense. about 5 years ago

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    II will recommend you to visit Darjeeling.There are several holy places,Temple,monastries around Darjeeling about 5 years ago

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    India is the perfect place for the spiritual tour. India has wide variety of beliefs and myths. The temples in India has an unique style of architecture and customs. It is really enjoyable and relaxing. Try to visit Vaishno devi temple in Jammu kashmir. It will be a perfect spot for the spiritual tour. Know more about it http://focuztours.com/destination/vaishno-devi-tourist-place.html about 5 years ago

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