Spiritual Tours

These tours are made up of serious spiritual practitioners and are conducted by Arun Gowri. Daily activities  include participation in spiritual practices along with visits to spiritually important places. There are daily talks by  Arun Gowri, plus lectures with local experts including monks and academics with discussions. Group size is  limited to enhance the quality of the tour.

 

2020 Spiritual South India

                                                     – On hold due to Covid-19

 

This tour visits the southern region of India. Some of the tour highlights: 

  • Elephanta caves, with its famous sculptures dating back to the 7th and 8th centuries.

  • An exploration of India's Jewish and Christian heritage in Mumbai and Cochin. 

  • Rice barge journey through the backwaters of Kerala. 

  • Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary: A meditation and spiritual intensive in forest settings. 

  • Auroville and the Sri Aurobindo ashram. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you are interested in joining this tour, or would like more information, please send your contact information to  Arun at this email address:

 

spiritual_tours@arungowri.com

 

2018 Spiritual India

This tour was designed and led by Arun Gowri in October of 2018. 

The tour visited some of the most spiritual and high-energy places in northern India. It started off and ended in  New Delhi. Tour highlights: 

  • Dharamshala, the home of the Dalai Lama. 

  • Jwalamukhi Temple, a very high-energy spiritual site dating back thousands of years; temple is  dedicated to the Divine Mother. 

  • A stay at the Sadhana Mandir Ashram (near Rishikesh, at the foothills of the Himalayas), founded by  Swami Rama. 

  • Varanasi, India's holiest city (and the world's oldest living city) on the banks of the Ganga River.

  • Agra, site of the Taj Mahal 

  • Mathura, the birth place of Lord Krishna. 

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Credit to: Christian Haugen - Elephanta Caves, CC BY 2.0,
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