Day 1: Arrive Delhi early morning. Transfer to a 5-star hotel. After check in and breakfast, we embark on our firsthand experience of “Incredible India” for a guided tour to the most interesting and intriguing sights of the capital City of Delhi. A thrilling Rickshaw ride while negotiating the labyrinths of Old World Charm, will take you to famous Red Fort, Jama Masjid, Chandini Chowk and Parathe Wali Gali (Fried Indian Bread Lane), where you may be tempted by the aroma of different varieties of Parathas being cooked, to taste some. In the Evening enjoy a sumptuous Dinner at One of the ethnic eateries of the town. Overnight at Hotel. (Breakfast/ Hygienic Street Food Lunch, Dinner).
Day 2: Early Morning transfer to New Delhi station to board the morning train to Chadigarh. Arrive Chandigarh and start our journey.We drive to Sri Chamkaur Sahib Situated on the banks of Sirhind Canal . It is famous for the First Battle of Chamkaur (1702) and the Second Battle of Chamkaur (1704) fought between the Mughals and Guru Gobind Singh. Guru Gobind Singh and his two elder sons with 40 followers had come to this place from Kotla Nihang with his enemies close on his heels. They came in and took positions in the garden said to belong to Raja Bidhi Chand, where now Gurudwara Damdama Sahib stands.There are several Gurudwaras at this place marking the vistis and halts of Guru Gobind Singh. Gurudwara Katalgarh Sahib also known as Gurudwara Shahidganj, occupies a unique place among all the Gurudwaras located at Chamkaur Sahib. It is built at the site where Baba Ajit Singh and Baba Jhujhar Singh, elder sons of Guru along with his 37 followers fell fighting against the Mughal Army. Other historical Gurdwaras in Chamkaur Sahib are Gurdwara Sri Garhi Sahib, Gurdwara Sri Damdma Sahib,Gurdwara Sri Ranjitgarh Sahib and Gurdwara Sri Tarri Sahib. After visiting we move to Gaj Retreat.Enjoy the In-house activities, Over night at Resort.
Day 3 (Khuralgarh Sahib) : Khuralgarh Sahib is one of the most prominent historical places of Guru RaviDas ji situated at village Kharali, Garhshanker, district. Khuralgarh Sahib is revered as this place was visited by Sri Guru Ravidas. As per the legend Guru visited this place after being persuaded by Meera Bai for the upliftment of the weaker section. Guru’s preaching attracted a huge following which upset the local ruler. The Guru was arrested and imprisoned. As punishment HE was ordered to grind the Corn in a local grinding mill known as CHAKKI. Guru, as is believed, sat in a Samadhi and the corn was being grinded by itself seeing this the prison guards went and told the Ruler that Guru is no Ordinary Human Being but a divine incarnation. After seeing the miracle of corn coming out of Chakki without any human intervention, The Ruler realized the mistake and set Guru free. Since the area had shortage of water, the ruler requested the Guru to bless the place. It is said that Guru turned a stone in a dry river bed with his left toe thumb and a spring erupted which is presently known as Charan Choo Ganga. Wake up early morning. The guest’s have an option of trekking down to The Ganga or drive through a private jungle. Minar-e-Begampura a 151 feet high hallmark of Guru Ravidass Memorial is also being constructed here. Day at leisure , Over night at Resort.
Day 4 (Anandpur Sahib): Anandpur Sahib, is sometimes referred to simply as Anandpur (l "city of bliss"), the city is one of the most sacred places in Sikhism, being the place where the last two Sikh Gurus lived and where Guru Gobind Singh Ji founded the Khalsa Panth . The city is home to Kesgarh Sahib Gurdwara, one of the five Takhts in Sikhism.Takht Sri Keshgarh Sahib :
The foundation stone of Takht Sri Keshgarh sahib was laid on March 30,1689. Takht Sri Keshgrah Sahib is the birthplace of the Khalsa where Sri Guru Gobind Singh called a special congregation on the Baisakhi day in 1699. Kesgarh Sahib has many historical Relics which belonged to Sri Guru Gobind Singh. Besides, there are no of Gurudwaras in and around Anadpur Sahib like Gurdwara Sisganj, Gurudwara Bhora Sahib, Gurudwara Thara Sahib, Damdama Sahib Gurudwara Akal Bunga Sahib, Gurudwara Damdama Sahib: related to Sikh History.Virasat-e-Khalsa is a museum of Sikhism,. The museum celebrates 500 years of the Sikh history and the 300th anniversary of the birth of Khalsa, based on the scriptures written by the tenth and last human guru, Guru Gobind Singh.
Day 5 : The guest’s have the option of proceeding to Amritsar or carry on with their own plans.