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12 días retiro de yoga Kundalini y meditación en Nueva Delhi, India

12 días retiro de yoga Kundalini y meditación en Nueva Delhi, India

  • New Delhi, India

Meditation and Yoga Retreat India

Experience a sacred tour of the sacred land of India and join Cosmin Mahadev on a transformational and spiritual journey. Take the trip of a lifetime at the birthplace of yoga and the spiritual home of the world’s most famous meditation traditions. This unique spiritual journey will take you deep into the traditions that make up India’s culture. You will visit ancient temples and shrines, meet holy saints, meditate in the foothills of the Himalayas, and more!

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Destacado

  • Daily amazing yoga classes
  • Meditation practices at sacred sites
  • Trips to Delhi, Amristar, Dharamsala, and Rishikesh
  • Full moon meditation on the Holy Ganges
  • Wonderful trekking in the Himalayas
  • Entrance fees to all attractions
  • Daily breakfast and dinner
  • 11 nights accommodation
  • 12 días con clases guiadas
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During this retreat, you will stay either in a private or a shared room at confortable hand-picked four and five-start hotels. You will stay three nights in New Delhi, two nights in Amritsar, five nights in Dharamsala, and one night in Rishikesh.

India is known as the motherland of ancient wisdom and the home of the oldest pilgrimage tradition in the whole world. There are thousands of sacred sites known as "tirthas", meeting places of heaven and earth, where one crosses the endless cycle of birth, death, and rebirth to reach the shore of enlightenment and liberation.

These "tirthas" are powerful vortexes of energy that help raise the consciousness of the individual while the experience of higher dimensions is easier to attain. Any spiritual practices performed at these ancient holy sites multiply millions of times over, dissolve lifetimes of karma, and greatly speed up spiritual progress.

This unique spiritual journey will take you deep into the traditions that make up India’s culture. From the amazing Dharamsala to the evening ceremonies on the banks of the sacred river Ganges and from the stunning Golden Temple to the holiest city of Rishikesh.

Day 1 and 2: New Delhi - Monday, October 25 and Tuesday, October 26, 2017

Upon arrival in New Delhi, you will visit several recognizable landmarks such as the famous Lotus Temple, one of most recognized structures in the city, built entirely out of white marble, Humayun’s tomb, a beautiful red sandstone, Persian style structure that is an UNESCO world heritage site, and the Akshardham Temple, a perfect example of traditional Hindu culture and architecture.

You will also have the opportunity to visit Khari Baoli, Asia’s largest spice market for local and exotic spices, the Lakshmi Narayan Temple dedicated to Lakshmi the goddess of prosperity and Lord Vishnu the preserver and protector of the universe, the Vishwa Shanti Stupa also known as the world peace pagoda, a Buddhist shrine, and a traditional Japanese garden as a symbol of universal peace.

Day 3 and 4: Amritsar - Wednesday, October 27 and Thursday, October 28, 2017

While at Amristar, you will visit the opulent and humbling complex of the Golden Temple, Har Ki Pauri, also known as "the steps of Almighty God” the place where devotees can have a hand full of Amrit (nectar) from the sarovar.

You will visit Ath Sath Tirath to take a dip with devotion to be blessed with the benefit of holy bathing of sixty-eight holy rivers. You will also enjoy the Langar, the free meal served to over 75,000 pilgrims a day and will be part of the daily prayers, kirtan, and ceremonies.

You will have the opportunity to do Seva and serve others and visit the 84 steps at Goindwal Baoli. It is believed that performing prayers on the 84 steps cleanses the karma of 8.4 million incarnations so the soul may be liberated.

You will also visit Tahli Sahib Baba Sri Chand Ji Gurdwara Sri Barth Sahib, the place where Baba Shri Chand lived and meditated for many years, the Durgiana Temple, also known as the Lakshmi Narayan Silver Temple dedicated to Goddess Durga the destroyer of evil and you will experience the Wagah border ceremony, a ceremony of beating retreat and change of guard at the border between India and Pakistan

Day 5 to 9: Dharamsala - Friday, October 29 to Thursday, November 2, 2017

During your stay in Dharamsala, you will enjoy monastery visits to learn about the Tibetan culture, walks in the beautiful nearby forests, and opportunities to hike uphill for yoga and meditation in the foothills of the great Himalayas.

You will visit the Namgyal Monastery, the largest Tibetan temple outside Tibet and the personal monastery of Dalai Lama and the Gyuto Monastery, the center for tantric meditation, ritual arts, Buddhist philosophy, and the temporary residence of the 17th Karmapa.

You will visit the Baijnath and Aghanjar Mahadev, ancient temples dedicated to Lord Shiva where the water of Baijnath is believed to contain medicinal properties, the beautiful tea gardens with the most breath taking views, and the Sherabling Monastery, the home of a massive statue of the Buddha and grand stupas in the middle of the green forests.

You will enjoy the Tashi Jong Khampagar Monastery, the dwelling place of the famous "togdens", yogis who have gained high levels of realization, Norbulingka, the heart of Tibetan culture, and you will discover the art of Thangka painting, sculpture, screen-printing, woodcarving, paper making, and metal craft.

You will also visit the Triund, the crown jewel of Dharamsala with the most spectacular views of the snow covered peaks of Dhauladhar ranges and McLeod Ganj, known as “Little Lhasa” famous for the culture, crafts, Tibetan thangkas, carpets, and souvenirs.

Day 10 and 11: Rishikesh - Friday, November 3 and Saturday, November 4, 2017

Your day on Rishikesh will be busy with many tourists shopping for beautiful souvenirs to visit during the day. In the evening, the town slows down as sadhus and pilgrims prepare for the nightly Ganga Aarti, the divine light ceremony filled with chanting, prayers, rituals, and a real sense of the divine. You will enjoy the sunset, the majesty of the Himalayas, and the beauty of the Ganges while feeling a deep sense of bliss, reverence, and spiritual connection.

You will visit the Lakshman Jhulathe, a famous hanging bridge across Ganga, the Parmarth Niketan, a true spiritual haven and the largest local ashram, Ganga Aarti, the devotional ritual offered to the Holy Ganges where you will enjoy a play of Kirtan, prayers, and flowers and fire to thank to the divine.

You will also visit Triveni Ghat, the pilgrimage site where the water is believed to have the power to wash away the sins and purify the soul, some shopping time for souvenirs, and meditation practices at Vasishta Guha, the cave of one of the Saptarishis (seven great sages), the teacher of God Rama and at the Jesus cave, the place where Christ is believed to have spent time through his sojourn in India during the lost years.

Day 12: New Delhi - Sunday, November 5, 2017

You will return to New Delhi to enjoy one last night and on your final day, you will be transferred to the Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL) to take your flight back home or to continue your alternative plans in India.

  • Discover Triund, McLeod Ganj, and the Lakshman Jhulathe bridge
  • Enjoy the Vishwa Shanti Stupa, the Golden Temple, and Har Ki Pauri
  • Experience meditation at Vasishta Guha and at the Jesus cave
  • Experience the Baijnath and Aghanjar, the Sherabling Monastery
  • Explore Durgiana Temple, Namgyal Monastery, and Gyuto Monastery
  • Tour of the famous Lotus Temple and Humayun’s Tomb
  • Trip to Ath Sath Tirath and to the 84 Steps at Goindwal Baoli
  • Visit Parmarth Niketan, Ganga Aarti, and Triveni Ghat
  • Visit Tashi Jong Khampagar Monastery and Norbulingka
  • Visit to Akshardham Temple, Khari Baoli, and Lakshmi Narayan Temple
  • Visit to Tahli Sahib Baba Sri Chand Ji Gurdwara Sri Barth Sahib
  • Cosmin Mahadev Singh

    Yoga Alliance International (Kundalini Yoga)

    Cosmin Mahadev Singh was born in Bucharest, Romania, a country with a deep-rooted history in diversity and spirituality. His upbringing, enriched with a combination of old and new world teachings, set the foundation for an inner calling of growth and search for knowledge, which led him on his spiritual path. Cosmin is licensed with Kundalini Research Institute and registered with the International Kundalini Yoga Teachers Association and Yoga Alliance. He is also an accomplished Traditional Reiki Master having trained in both the United States and Europe.

This retreat will be held at different holy places in India. The retreat will start and end in New Delhi. You will also have the opportunity to visit Amritsar, Dharamsala, and Rishikesh.

New Delhi

New Delhi is one of the most lively, diverse, and endlessly fascinating cities to visit. New Delhi is a blend of the past and present, blessed with beautiful archaeological ruins, rich history, nature, and shopping areas.

This city of culture, art, history, education, and fun, is filled with popular tourist attractions that give you the opportunity to experience the blend of modern and traditional Indian life.

Amristar

Amristar, also known as the “holly pool of nectar” is the spiritual and cultural center of the Sikh tradition with the Golden Temple as the soul, a place of devotion for all irrespective of cast, creed, or race. The temple’s construction was initiated by Guru Ram Das in 1578 and it is now one of the most tangibly spiritual places in the world.

The holy shrine is a symbol of human brotherhood and equality where all can seek spiritual solace and religious fulfillment without any hindrance. The Golden Temple is elegant and humbling with people from all walks of life and all religions to come and worship God equally.

The temple is overlaid in the center of a "sarovar" or pool. People believe that the water has healing properties that can cure many diseases so pilgrims bathe in the pool, also a symbolic cleansing of the soul. Amritsar is one of the most important spiritual lands of India and experiencing the Golden Temple is the best gift you can offer to your soul!

Dharamsala

Dharamsala literally means “a spiritual dwelling”, the home of the Tibetan exiled community in India, and their spiritual leader his Holiness the Dalai Lama. This warm and friendly hill station town is filled with Buddhist temples, monasteries, and Tibetan shops surrounded by rolling snow-capped mountains.

Dharamshala is a sanctuary for the Buddhist tradition with unique temples and monasteries, monks strolling by in red robes, scents of oak and conifer trees, and surrounded by a feeling of compassion and tranquility where you will witness the harmonious play of daily and spiritual life. The vibration of this sacred place is very elevated and it provides the perfect setting for this special journey of yoga, meditation and spiritual growth.

Rishikesh

Rishikesh is the gateway to the kingdom of Gods and is known as the world capital of yoga and considered to be a sacred town and the abode of many saints and sages. Located at the foothills of the Himalaya, on the bank of the Ganges, the town is filled with temples exuding divinity and many ashrams making Rishikesh a major attraction for those seeking spirituality.

Rishikesh is home for the Triveni Ghat, a confluence of three holy rivers; the Ganges, the Yamuna, and the Saraswati, a most revered sacred bathing spot. A bath there, is said to have the power of purifying and clearing away all your sins and freeing you from the cycle of rebirth.

Rishikesh is the place where people go to find a new experience and a world where ashrams, sadhus, holy cows, kirtan, the smell of incense, and the divine emotion coexists within the great mother nature.

During this holiday, you will be served one daily breakfast and one daily dinner. All meals will be delicious, locally sourced, and vegetarian.

During your free time, you may explore the location, visit some local places of interests and attractions on your own, or simply relax at the hotel.

  • 1 Aarti ceremony on the Ganges
  • 1 daily breakfasts
  • 1 daily dinner
  • 1 Wagah border ceremony
  • 11 nights accommodation
  • Daily yoga and meditation sessions
  • Entrance fees to all attractions
  • Ground transportation in a luxury bus to all attractions
  • Transfers form and to Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL)
  • Visit to remote sacred meditation caves
  • Additional activities
  • Airfare
  • Daily lunch
  • Indian visa
  • Personal expenses
  • Travel insurance

Arrival by airplane

Please book your flight to arrive at Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL). Transfer from and to the airport is included. Raise Your Kundalini will pick you up from the airport.

  • El depósito será reembolsado en su totalidad si cancelas hasta 90 días antes de la fecha de llegada.
  • El resto del pago deberá ser completado a tu llegada.