Heritage

The rich heritage of India, one of the world’s oldest civilizations, is an all-embracing confluence of religions, traditions and customs. The highlights of Indian heritage lie in the treasure of its art, architecture, classical dance, music, flora and fauna, and the innate secular philosophy of its people. A visit to the heritage sites is like a walk through history, changing lanes with every dynasty that ruled Indian soils. The finesse of Indian handiwork, the richness of silk and cotton textiles, the ethnicity of jewelry, everything has come down as a heritage from ancient times and is being kept alive generation after generation. Even food in India is a legacy and part of Indian heritage, differing in look and taste in every state of India.

Spiritual

In India spirituality and religion are part of people’s everyday life. Personal devotional belief, rituals and temple worship, have created the most amazing architecture. India is known for its rich past and cultural heritage. Each dynasty that ruled on Indian soil left its mark in the form of architectural marvels that are today a phenomenon for the world to witness. From North to South and East to West, every state is resplendent with different styles of temples, gurdwaras, mosques, monasteries and churches, many of which have been declared heritage sites for their antiquity and craftsmanship. A visit to India would be incomplete without beholding the beauty and richness of these architectural sites.

Adventure

India is a home to many exquisite wildlife and bird sanctuaries. One can have an adventurous trip while visiting these places. There’s so much more to discover like - water sports in still waters like boating, rowing, river rafting. Visitors flock in here in huge numbers every year to experience the natural flora and fauna, along with the wildlife. These wildlife reserves, are adventurous as well, they host all sorts of animals and migratory birds. A walk down these places will definitely make you experience the utmost adventure. Places in India can certainly leave anyone in awe of the world. Everything to plan to explore on your trip is available in India.

Royalty

Travel and stay in luxury in India, when you visit the Taj Mahal, or spend a few days sailing on the backwaters of Kerala or cruising on the Brahmaputra in the North-East. Rajasthan can be seen in all its splendor with a stay on the lake in Udaipur or in the palaces of Jaipur and Jodhpur, or even the desert in Jaisalmer. India is renowned for its hospitality and the service you get is warm and impeccable. Luxuriate on Goa beaches or dive in the Andaman & Nicobar Islands. Pamper yourself in some of the world’s best spas and Ayurveda resorts. Or are you a golfer? Then India offers exclusive golfing experiences with luxurious accommodation and modern amenities. You can also feel like a Maharaja on an Indian train while covering the golden triangle. India offers the best in the world, come indulge yourself.

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Dear brother Vikram in Christ, Christian greetings! Once again, our TEAM wishes God’s very best for your family life and a great blessed future. On our way back home to USA via New Delhi, Mr. Rathore, your father was there to receive our team and made reservations for dinner. It was so kind of him to offer our team such hospitable gesture. Thank you! Our team is thankful to you for all your help and assistance right from day one, providing our Mission Team from flight booking to complimentary shuttle on the day of our departure back to Chicago. Our Mission Team had a great time in India at five locations within a period of 15 days. There was absolutely no issue with domestic flights in Indigo Airlines, except one flight delay in Ahmedabad which was not that bad. Convey our Team’s regards and Christian love with gratitude to your wife and your father. May the good Lord continue to bless you, your family and your business today and every day! Grace and Peace, Be Strong and of good courage Sam Royappa, Director of Connectional Ministries Wisconsin Annual Conference UMC

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Hi Vikram, I just wanted to say what a fantastic time we had in India. We saw some beautiful buildings, mosques, palaces, forts and of course, The Taj Mahal. The guides you organised for us were excellent and very informative and helpful. But most of all, Bunty the driver was superb. He was not only a brilliant driver in difficult circumstances but he also looked after our every need and he was a really nice guy. Please thank him on our behalf. Thank you for arranging the hotels, they were all very nice and suited our needs. The hotel in Navi Mumbai was some way out of the centre but there were some nice cafes and a home brew bar nearby and a good barbeque restaurant. The Retreat and Convention Centre Hotel was great to finish off in relaxing style and the staff there were wonderful. We ate some great food and saw some wonderful things that will stay in our memories. Thank you so much, we couldn’t have done it without your help and it was so nice to meet you at Delhi Airport. Kind regards, Graham

Mr Graham Moss

Dear Brothers J. S. and Vikram; We have been home now almost two months and we still think about India and the great opportunity we had to visit your Great Land every day! What a wonderful trip we had, and we really do appreciate all of your work and support during those days and the preparations you made. Also making our trip to Nepal possible and the great group you connected us with in Kathmandu. Please pass our regards and a "Hello" to Virinda--our traveling companion, and Ravi who drove us from place to place. They did a great job and were patient when we would get nervous about one thing or another. I think the trip was as exciting to Virinda as it was for us! We loved it all but Gwalior Fort being a little off the tourist route, its age and immensity, was particularly exciting. The overnight train to Varanasi was difficult for me, but Paulette took it in stride and now has a story to tell our friends about how nervous I was. We wish for you a wonderful new year and may God bless you both. Kindest regards, Bill and Paulette Griffin

Mr Bill and Mrs Paulette Griffin