Top 10 Holiest Indian Cities

Top 10 Holiest Indian Cities

Mark Twain, the English author wrote, “India is the support of human race, the birth place of human speech, the mother of history, the grandma of legend, and the great grandmother of custom. Our most valuable and most informative material in the history of man is precious up in India only”. India is the birth place for four of world’s famous religions- Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Sikhism. With its rich and varied culture India has numerous holy termini spread all over its geography. Being a earthly nation all the religious practices and traditions have been prosperous all over the country since ages.

Having a sole identity of its own India has been portraying as a land of custom and culture housing several world famous epics of god and deity in its history. Thus the people have been adoring those lands related with the epics. India still conserves those actual cultural inheritances where you can let yourself get overwhelmed in the aroma of the real mystical experience.

Here is a list of top 10 holiest Indian cities to visit to improve your holiness and rediscover yourself:

10. MATHURA AND VRINDAVAN (UTTAR PRADESH)

9. TIRUPATI, CHITTOOR (ANDHRA PRADESH)

8. RISHIKESH, DEHRADUN (UTTARAKHAND)

7. KEDARNATH, RUDRAPRAYAG (UTTARAKHAND)

6. BODHGAYA, GAYA (BIHAR)

5. AJMER (RAJASTHAN)

4. VARANASI (UTTAR PRADESH)

3. AMRITSAR (PUNJAB)

2. AYODHYA, FAIZABAD (UTTAR PRADESH)

1. HARIDWAR (UTTARAKHAND)

Located in the hills of Himlayas, the holiest city of India is Haridwar (Hari ka dwar or Entry to God). The city knowledges ultimate aura of tranquility and purity due to fast flowing holy Ganges. Rendering to the legends, Haridwar is regarded as one of the four place where dews of Amrit (the elixir of immortality), unintentionally spilled over. In Hindu mythology is is supposed that a dip in holy river Ganges washes away all the sins. Holy with three protuberant deity of Hinduism, tagged as makers in Hindu mythology, Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu and Lord Shiva, the city is a mystical hub for Hindu Pilgrims.

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