TicketGoose wishes all a very Happy New Year!
Any new event or during any novel beginnings, it has become an auspicious thing almost in everyone’s life to start with the blessings of God and so happens on every New Year. India, a land blessed with marvelous topography is a marvel to natural forces. From tourists’ destinations to lush green plantations to temples, one can never resist them on visiting any of these and with New Year on its way, what usher can it be than visiting these eye-striking religious locations. So, welcome this New Year in a beautiful way possible by escorting your friends along with you to these destinations with TicketGoose, India’s leading online bus ticketing portal as your travel guide.
- The Golden Temple- Amritsar
Located amidst the calm and unruffled holy Sarovar Lake, the Golden Temple of Punjab has become a must-visit location during any auspicious events. Though a temple dedicated to the Sikh saint, it draws flocks of tourists from around the world. Every artifact is designed in a grandeur way and the dome of it itself weighs over 100 kilograms of gold that’s just mesmerizing to see. When you are here, do not forget to eat the Kadha Prasad as it tastes delicious.
- Vaishno Devi Katra- Jammu and Kashmir
Located on a hillock approximately 5300 feet above the sea level on the Trikuta Hills, this popular shrine attracts nearly 12million devotees every year. Capped in the snow, this temple looks just captivating that calls the Goddess disciples from all walks of life and those, reaching the temple crossing the trek of 13 kilometers consider themselves as fortunate. The free food that’s served here also adds positivity to the scenic beauty in terms of deliciousness.
- Basilica of Bom Jesus- Goa
The 400-year-old shrine of St. Francis Xavier rests in peace in this church that sees Christmas and New Year celebrations with great zest. One loves visiting Goa for several reasons but there are few who spend their vacation in Goa just for churches and one such place where none stops visiting is the Bom Jesus Church.
So, what’s your plan now?