Travel Destination

Most famous Holy destination around the world

The world created by God and most of us believed in Him. Somebody may not believe in out words but nothing is impossible without Him. Each person has a different way of interest in their life; in the same way, if we are planning to travel some places each one’s decisions will be different. The interest varies with each person like scenic place, ancient buildings, sacred places, architectural inventions, coastal areas, trekking spots, rock climb areas, volcano, and much more.

One famous writer Anne Frank says that, “The best remedy for those who are afraid, lonely or unhappy is to go outside, somewhere where they can be quiet, alone with the heavens, nature and God. Because only then does one feel that all is as it should be.”

Most probably the Indian’s planning to go to Holy places after the age of 60, why because they lived a happy life and after the age of 60 they need to spend their time in divine places to get salvation from their sin.
At this time, we are going to see the sacred places around the world.

Mecca and Medina in Saudi Arabia

After Christianity, Islam is the biggest religious conviction in the world. For Islam’s three divine places are most important to visit, they are Mecca, Medina and Jerusalem. Among these three two of the places of Masjid al-Haram in Mecca and Al-Masjid al-Nabawi in Medina visited by most of the Islam’s. Each year these two sacred places of Islam catch the attention of millions of Haji devotee around the world. Islam’s are strongly commended to visit these two holy places at least once in their life.

Golden Temple, Amritsar

Sikhs sacred place of Golden temple is otherwise called as Harmandir Sahib; it’s situated in Amritsar, Punjab. It’s a famous and one among the Historical heritage memorials of India. The name Harmandir means temple of God, it comes from Hari(God). This holy place is bounded by a gorgeous lake and four doors. The Sikhs from entire world, each day desire to visit Sri Amritsar to pay worship at Sri harmandir Sahib in their Ardas. But best time to visit this temple is on Vaisakhi Festival. This festival is the most valuable one for Punjabi’s, and that’s the finest time to get to know about their customs and ritual of Punjab.


Jerusalem the holy city of Christians is most likable sacred place to visit by all Christians. How the Mecca and Medina is important for Islam’s at the same way Jerusalem is the valuable place for Christians. In Christianity, the sacred places are symbolic as the birth of Jesus, ministry, miracles, last supper, crucifixion, and resurrection. Jerusalem is trust to be the location of Jesus’s lesson, last supper and His interment. Jerusalem is full of holy places like, Church of the Holy Sepulchre (it’s the most important devotee location into Christians), Jesus’s birth place of Bethlehem (it’s 10 km away from Jerusalem), Golgotha otherwise called as Calvary (Jesus crucifixion spot), Cana the place of Jesus’s first miracle (161 km away from Jerusalem), Mount Zion, River Jordan is the place where Jesus got baptism (2 hours travel from Jerusalem), and Gethsemane garden, Church of all nations or Church of Basilica of the Agony at Mount Olives, Benediction Community of Dormition Abbey.


Buddhist’s holy places, India

Buddhism begins with Buddha (Siddhartha Gautama), he lived in northeastern India. Mahabodhi temple is the most important religious place for Buddhist and it is located at Bodh Gaya, Bihar. It’s a preferred UNESCO’s world Heritage and one of the earliest temples in the world Kushinagar is supposed to be the place where Buddha reached Parinirvana after his death. This place is located at Uttar Pradesh, India.

Sarnath is famous for Gautama Buddha’s teaching of Dharma. After Buddha’s enlightenment he came to Sarnath and taught the Dharma in current Deer park in Sarnath. The four noble teaching which is taught by Bhuddha is the goal of Bhuddhism. They are End suffering, attain nirvana, flee from a sequence of suffering, and rebirth.

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