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1. Posted by rosenelson (Inactive 1 posts) 1y

I'm heading to India to find my inner peace. Can any one tell me what are the best places to visit for spiritual awaking!

2. Posted by CheersT (Travel Guru 1666 posts) 1y

Funniest original post in a long time.

Have fun.

Cheers,
Terry

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5. Posted by samk9in2002 (Budding Member 10 posts) 1y

Hi I am sailing in the same boat.
I am heading to Himalayas for this!

6. Posted by Dodger (Respected Member 860 posts) 1y

Best of luck to you. It takes a certain kind of person to travel to India and enter on a path of enlightenment. And to be honest most of those people are self indulgent, egotistical, asshats. And no amount of time in ashrams and chanting will ever change them. If you want to find inner piece or a spiritual awakening, it has NOTHING to do with where you physically are. Save your money, and start looking right now for those things, where ever you are.

7. Posted by vaibhavm23 (Budding Member 93 posts) 1y

What Dodger said is absolutely right...

Anyhow even if you're visiting India, certainly you are not required to go to Himalaya for inner peace.

Well certainly visit places like Varanasi, Vrindavan, Rishikesh, Haridwar, Kerala, Madurai, Rameshwaram etc.

Only a true teacher can help you with the Spiritual Awakening and not by visiting places around in the world.:)

8. Posted by ng_87 (Budding Member 13 posts) 1y

Varanasi, Rishikesh and Haridwar as mentioned are the most holely places. Where in the Himalayas would you go?

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10. Posted by Mihir Mahajan (First Time Poster 1 posts) 1y

Try heading out into the Ladakhi mountains.
Most of the sadhus, gurus and yogis in India are self-proclaimed special people and totally crap.
You have a greater chance of finding inner peace in the quiet, enchanting mountains of Ladakh.
Try visiting less-traveled places like Turtuk, Dha Hanu and Sarhchu!

Have fun! India is special!