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Highlights Of HIMALAYA YATRA 2024


A Spiritual Journey under the guidance of Swami Sandeepananda Giri

11-19 October 2024

School of Bhagavad Gita welcomes you to the Himalaya Yatra 2024 - A Spiritual Journey to connect with your inner Self and Nature.

While immersing in the glorious beauty of the Himalayas under the expert guidance of Swami Sandeepananda Giri, sessions on Meditation and discussion on the Kaivalyopanishad will lead you to discover the peace bliss and divinity within yourself. We invite you to savour this unique experience.

This Yatra provides the special opportunity to listen to Swami Sandeepananda Giri clearly and simply explaining  Kaivalya Upanishad in the serene atmosphere of the Himalayas.



UTTARKASHI, meaning Kashi of the north, is situated on the banks of river Bhagirathi at an altitude of 1158 mts above sea level. It is surrounded by high Himalayan ranges, green meadows and several hot springs and is renowned for the Sowmya Kashi Viswanatha temple.

NACHIKET TAL Nachiketa Tal is a beautiful high-altitude lake situated near Uttarkashi. It is named after Nachiketa, the young boy of Kathopanishad, who went to Lord Yama on a spiritual quest to learn about death and the Ultimate Truth. The trek to Nachiketa Tal through the woods with oak, rhododendron trees and listening to the song of birds,offers breathtaking views and a chance to enjoy the serenity of the Himalayas.


GANGOTRI is one among the four sacred shrines in the Char Dham and is dedicated to the Goddess Ganga.Gangotri marks the origin of the holy Ganga from the Gaumukh glacier, which is 19 Kms upwards.According to Hindu mythology, Gangotri is the place where river Ganga descended from heaven when Lord Shiva captured her in his locks to contain her mighty flow. The temple is believed to have been established by Sage Bhagiratha, who brought the river Ganges to the earth.


HARSHIL Valley is a picturesque one, surrounded by snow-clad mountains, pine forests and apple orchards.Mukhba Village, here , becomes the winter abode of Goddess Ganga, when Gangotri faces heavy snowfall and the temple is closed. Worth visiting is Dharali, famous for its apple orchards and so is Bagori Village, with its traditional Garhwali wooden houses and its unique culture.Nelong Valley in the neighborhood of Harsil shares its boundaries with Tibet region.


Gartang Gali boasts a 150-year-old, 136-meter-long wooden staircase. Once a vital route for merchants trading between India and Tibet, the Gali fell into disuse after the Indo-China war in 1962. After a closure of 59 years, this adventurous trail reopened its doors to visitors in 2021.


HARIDWAR, known as ‘Gateway to Gods’ is the point of entry to the Dev Bhoomi of the Himalayas. It is one of the first towns where the Ganga emerges from the mountains to touch the planes. Being one of the oldest living cities, Haridwar finds mention in ancient Hindu scriptures. Har ki paudi, Mansa devi and Chandi devi temples and the Ganga Arati are experiences to cherish. RISHIKESH, at the foothills of the Garhwal Himalayas, has a very special spiritual aura. With several ashrams and temples dotted along the banks of the Ganga, the other sights and experiences it offers, include visits to the Laxman Jhula, Sivananda Ashram and rafting in the Ganga.