Indian Religious Tourism & Their Perspective!
Well, What Comes Into Your Mind When I Say The Word Travel,
Tourism? Europe? New York? Australia? Well then let’s Limit
Your Imagination Up to India I e Indian Tourism.
So What Nudges You When I Say The Word Tourism Or More
Precisely “Religious Tourism” Banaras, Haridwar, Kedarnath,
Hrishikesh Are Some Of The Great And Most Holy Places Of
The Four Most Important Pilgrimages
According To Indian Hindu Mythology All Together Called ” Chaar Dhaam” Are
Kedarnath, Badrinath, Gangotri And Yamunotri.
Apart From These The 12 Sacred Temples Of Lord Shiva Situated
In the Various States Of The Country Called The Jyortilingas Have
They’re Own Important.
When Once One Decide To Travel And Feel The Pleasure And
Blessings Of India’s Religious Tourism He/She Should Be Ready
For The Mesmerising Experiences And Extensive Surprises. The
Holy Cities Of Banaras, Hrishikesh, Delhi, Haridwar, Mathura,
Vrindavan, Gokul, Omkareshwar, Ujjain, Vaishno Devi,
Maheshwar, Hyderabad And Mumbai Are Must Visit In.
Now, Here I will discuss religious tourism in detail manner, So
let’s have look beneath.
Religious tourism is one of the most ancient forms of tourism.
The religious pilgrimage has been into existence since the dawn of
humanity. The modern era has found evidence of worships and
gods old enough to the era of human existence and since then to
the modern era, we have been visiting the holy places.
As the cultural landscape has been made by some of the important
religious centres in the biblical period. The cities hosting the
religious centres have not only become as of the iconic players in
the market in terms of marketing and economic growth but also
as in terms of spiritual growth as well.
Unlike as in the past when the religious tourism was just a holy
grail for the visitor it has now become a more diverse and
segmented market. In the travel business, it has the pilgrimage or
religion-oriented travel has proved to be a success.
Culture, Religion and People Bonding
It can be deemed either in a scientific or a religious way where the
people visit the places their interest, deemed as holy in their
religion, where we could say as going close to one’s god whom
However, it’s not all about faith as it’s not one aspect of the
market. For example, If a SIKH person is visiting the golden
temple on an EVE then there would be tourists around with
diverse interests and beliefs who are there just for the beauty or
However, one thing remains common for all the travellers that
visiting a spiritual or a holy place creates a sense of good vibes
and positive emotions and almost everyone onset to their journey
further, leaving that place goes filled with a sense of satisfaction.
Religious Tourism and Faith
Religious tourism is just not all about faith but also as for the sake
of exploring the beauty of what faith and religion have made us
turn our beliefs into mind-blowing pieces of beauty and
architecture with some mind churning stories and tales. Also, who
knows that this might be a life-transforming experience.
It’s true that religious travel appeal to people of all age groups all
around the globe. This leads to people travelling in groups. These
groups can be multi-religious or even as multi-nationalities, but
even leaving everything apart there’s always one aspect which
isn’t there in any form of travel i.e. the belief.
In Addition, It helps in making stronger bonds, understanding the cultures
under the same belief and also develops the understating of the
diversity of a single belief. Moreover, It does create a sense of understanding
AS we may suggest either a believer or not, one should go for
religious travel. For believer’s this may be a godly moment but
even for the non-believers, it will be a chance to experience and
discover the astounding beauty of the various believed and even
the most iconic masterpieces of beauty that have been
constructed/made as in the belief of praising their lord or just as a
depiction of the enchanting tales.