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MEETING WITH GODS

God Krishna was born here and spent his young days in Matura which is nowadays a major Hindu pilgrimage place and an amazing destination far away from the unspiritual and object-oriented world to the place of worship and sincerity.

Why « Meeting with Gods »?


Mathura is the place of Gods- it looks like there are more temples than other type of buildings, people from all India are coming here to pray and to ask God for good health, money and success for their life’s and their families… Apart the temples this trip will bring you to see incredible monuments, one built because of eternal love- Taj Mahar and another- Gwalior Fort, built to prove the power of empire!


ADVICE

Dress in Indian clothes before going to visit temples, it will help you to adapt better to the crowd
It is necessary to cover your shoulders and knees in the temples
Visit Taj Mahal during sunrise or sunset, it is the best moment to enjoy the view.

TOP ACTIVITIES

Giant statues of Indian Gods
Loads of temples
Jain statues carved in sandstone
Gwalior Fort

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God Krishna was born here and spent his young days in Matura which is nowadays a major Hindu pilgrimage place and an amazing destination far away from the unspiritual and object-oriented world to the place of worship and sincerity.

Why « Meeting with Gods »? Mathura is the place of Gods- it looks like there are more temples than other type of buildings, people from all India are coming here to pray and to ask God for good health, money and success for their life’s and their families… Apart the temples this trip will bring you to see incredible monuments, one built because of eternal love- Taj Mahar and another- Gwalior Fort, built to prove the power of empire!

India’s foundations are based on the believe in several Gods: Shiva, Krishana, Hanumman, Ganesh… The variety of gods and devotees reaches a number of 330 million… Mathura city is surrounded by temple music- flute sound which is a symbol as well as a tool of Khrishna. Generaly god Krishna looks like a cartoon movie person: all his body covered by blue color, the head is decorated with peacock feathers and his necklace is made from local flowers… Differently decorated and arranged temples are the strongest point of the city of devotion.

Morning departure to the city of love-Agra. One of the Seven Wonders of the World is waiting to be discovered - TAJ MAHAL which was built for a woman who requested to have a tomb that the world had never seen before. Her husband Mumtaz Magal hired 20 000 workers to create this masterpiece within 17 years! Incredible stuff can be made when you are in love! (Taj Mahal is closed on Fridays).

After visiting the outstanding Agra fort, departure for a royal city and a full day on feet! It is never enough to see beautiful places and incredible treasures...Visit the majestic Fort of Gwalior which is spread over around three square kilometres. The Fort itself is like a separate city, it contains few temples, palaces, water tanks, and even parks… Once the Fort was considered as North India’s most invincible building and chef d’oeuvre of Hindu art... Feel the power and mysticism of this place! On your way down from the Fort, do not skip the amazing Jain Sculptures carved in sandstone. Some of these colossal figures are up to 17m high!

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