84 Kosh Yatra

Duration: 7 Days ( 445 Reveiw )


    No entry of vehicles for Dwarikadheesh, Nidhivan & Banke bihari ji temple.
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Inclusion / Exclusion

      Bed with breakfast.
      Assistance on arrival.
      Accommodation as per plan.
      All Toll, Parking, and permit charges.
      Pick & drop services from Mathura.
      An English/Hindi-speaking friendly driver cum guide throughout your trip.
      All inter transfer & sightseeing as per Itinerary by Suitable AC Vehicle.
      Any air/bus/rail fare
      Any other meals not mentioned in package inclusions
      Any other destination not mentioned in the itinerary
      Any personal expenses such as laundry, room service, mini bar, telephone etc.
      Guide charges/boating charges/entrance fees for any sightseeing
      Any services or activity charges other than those included in inclusions
      Supplementary cost for festival period, long weekend or peak season
Detailed Day Wise Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival in Mathura

      Morning: Arrive in Mathura and begin your journey at 7:00 am.
      Start with the auspicious Yamuna Poojan by the banks of the Yamuna River.
      Visit Belvan, Devrha Baba Bhajan Sthali, Maan Sarovar, Bhandirvan, and Radhakrishna Vivah Sthali.
      Explore Nandibandi, Daou Ji, Brahmand Ghat, Chintaharan Mahadev, Chaurasi Khambha, Ramanreti, and Gokul.
      End your day with a visit to Chandravali and Raval Radharani Janm Sthan.

Day 3: Mathura to Dwarka

      Morning: After an early breakfast at your hotel, proceed to Raskhan Samadhi.
      Explore Lohvan and take part in the Jamuna Poojan.
      Visit Dwarika Dhish Darshan, Durvasa Rishi Ashram, and the sacred Shri Krishna Janm Bhumi.
      Continue your journey to Shri Keshav Dev Mandir (Shri Bhagvat Bhavan), Tal Van, Dhruv Tila, and Jay Gurudev.
      End your day by seeking blessings at Bhuteshwar Mahadev and staying overnight at your hotel.

Day 3: Govardhan Parikrama

      Morning: Enjoy breakfast at your hotel and visit Shantanu Kund and Ras Mandal.
      Explore Chandr Sarovar and Aetha Kadamb.
      Continue your journey to Chaturbhuj Temple and Soor Bhajan Sthali.
      Begin the Govardhan Parikrama (circumambulation) and visit Punchari, Apsara Kund, and Shyam Dhak
      Complete the day with Shri Nath Ji Parikrama, Jatipura, and Mukharvind.
      Stay overnight at your hotel and explore Shri Nath Ji Gupha and Dan Ghati Darshan.

Day 4: Radha Kund Parikrama

      Morning: After breakfast at your hotel, start your day with Radha Kund Parikrama.
      Participate in Radhakund Poojan and explore Mukharai and Kusum Sarovar.
      Visit Narad Kund, Shyam Kuti, and Mukharvind Poojan.
      Seek blessings at Sury Kund and Chandrika Mukut Darshan.
      Stay overnight at your hotel.

Day 5: Pilgrimage to Sacred Sites

      Morning: Enjoy breakfast and start your day with a visit to Hakeek Patthar Se Nirmit Hanuman Ji Darshan.
      Explore Deeg Mahal and continue your journey to Haridwar, Gangotri, and Yamunotri.
      Visit Alaknanda, Gajgrah Moch, Kedarnath, and Charan Pahadi.
      Seek blessings at Gaya Kund, Vimal Kund, and Sudamapuri.
      Stay overnight at your hotel.

Day 6: Exploring the Braj Region

      Morning: After breakfast, visit Kamvan, Krishan Chandrama Ji, and Madanmohan.
      Explore Kameshwar Mahadev, Chaturyug Mahadev, and Radhavallabh Temple.
      Visit Chaurasi Khambha, Vrinda Devi Temple, and enjoy a traditional Bhojan Thali.
      Explore Fisalani Shila, Sudama Kuti, and continue the Vimal Kund Parikrama.
      Visit Naga Ji Kadamb Khandi, Citra Vicitra Shila, and explore Barsana.
      Stay overnight at your hotel.

Day 7: Mathura to Gokul

      Morning: Enjoy breakfast at your hotel and start the day with Barsana Parikrama.
      Explore Sankari Khori, Gaehvar Van, and Gaehvar Kund.
      Visit Mor Kuti, Mangarh, and Mahaprabhu Ji Ki Beathak.
      Seek blessings at Jaypur Mandir, Shri Ji Darsan, Prachin Gopal Mandir, and Balbhog.
      Explore Kokilavan, Chameli Van, Shes Shai, and Dwarka.
      Stay overnight at your hotel and conclude your sacred journey.

Frequently Asked Questions

Taxi service in Mathura Vrindavan is the most convenient option, offering flexibility and comfort.

Yes, modest attire is recommended. Avoid shorts and sleeveless tops.

While predominantly vegetarian, there are options for non-vegetarians in certain areas.

Monsoon brings a unique charm, but be prepared for occasional heavy rains and plan accordingly.

English is widely understood, and many guides and locals speak it fluently.

In Mathura, the Krishna Janmabhoomi Temple is a must-visit, while in Vrindavan, the Banke Bihari Temple and ISKCON Temple are highly recommended.

Yes, there are numerous guided tour options available, ranging from half-day to full-day tours, which cover the major spiritual and cultural sites.

The Yamuna River holds great spiritual significance, being intimately connected with the life of Lord Krishna. It's considered sacred and is a central part of many religious ceremonies.

Visitors should show respect in holy places by dressing modestly, speaking softly, and removing shoes before entering temples. Photography inside certain temples may be restricted.

Yes, tourists are welcome to participate in local festivals and rituals. This participation can offer a deeper understanding and appreciation of the local culture and traditions.

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Embark on a Spiritual Journey with the 84 Kosh Yatra

India is a land of ancient traditions and rich culture. The 84 Kosh Yatra is one such tradition that has been followed by devotees for centuries. One such journey that has captivated the hearts of millions of devotees for centuries is the 84 Kosh Yatra, a pilgrimage that encompasses a circuit of 84 sacred sites in the Braj region of Uttar Pradesh. It is a spiritual journey that covers a distance of 252 kilometers and passes through 12 forests, 24 mountains, and 84 sacred sites. The yatra is believed to have immense spiritual significance and is undertaken to seek blessings and offer prayers to the deities. In this blog post, we will take a closer look at the 84 Kosh Yatra and its significance in the Indian spiritual landscape.