Tirtha Paryatan Shibir

Bharat is unique and extremely rich in cultural legacy. The innumerable Temples & sacred places of Pilgrimage have made this legacy eternal. Cultural Unity in Diversity is the heart & soul of India. To experience it directly by visiting great cultural and historical places all over India not only enriches one’s inner core of heart, but also give unique experience of oneness – thus elevating personality to spiritual plane.

This Yatra is a wonderful confluence of tourism, pilgrimage and camp. Hundreds of devotees have joyously experienced this soul touching adventure. So far, Aditya Pratishthan has held Tirtha Paryatan Shibir with unflinching devotees at the following places:


  • Andaman (23 to 29 Sept. 2007)
  • Naimisharanya Yatra (17 to 22 Feb. 2008)
  • Haridwar-Hrishikesh (17 to 24 Sept. 2008)
  • Mathura-Vrindavan (6 to 16 Sept. 2009)
  • Marsellies, Europe (2 to 11 July 2010)
  • Guvahati Assam (7 to 18 Dec. 2010)
  • Panchshivtatva Darshan, South India (2 to 12 Jan. 2012)
  • Rameshwar-Kanyakumari, Shri-Lanka (29 Jan. to 7 Feb. 2013)
  • Kirtan Mahotsav, Dubai-Abu Dhabi, UAE (21 to 25 March 2013)
  • Goa (16 to 21 Oct. 2013)
  • Andaman (22 to 27 Feb. 2014)
  • Nepal (31 May to 11 June 2015)

Holy Ganga. Hrishikesh

Savarkar’s Cell at Andaman

Navchandi Yag, Kamakhya, Assam 

S.V. Smarak, Kanyakumari

Blessings of H. H. Swami Vardanand Bharati

‘Shraddha’ at Holy Ganga, Haridwar

Valmiki Ramayan at Sri-Lanka

Ashok Van where Sita was kidnapped and kept as captive by Ravan, Sri-Lanka

Radha Kund, Vrindavan

Marsellies Port, France

Savarkar devotees at Marsellies, France


With Ramdevbaba at Haridwar

Blessings of H. H. Shankararacharyas Swami Maharaj of Kanchi

Performing Aarti of Shanta-Durga Kawale, Goa

Unique Ancient Tree, Naimisharanya (UP)

Devotional Singing and Prayers at Kanchi Matt, Tamilnadu