Early morning at the Taj Mahal, Agra. India.

Early morning at the Taj Mahal, Agra. India.

Chaotic, bamboozling, intoxicating, crazy, exasperating, wonderful, squalid, beautiful, daunting, overwhelming, and fantastic.

India is all these things, and more. How can you possibly prepare yourself? Start with tips for taking the ultimate travel plunge: going to India for the first time! The most popular India tour is the all-time classic Golden Triangle. If time is short this is a fantastic introduction to three of India’s top destinations, Delhi, Agra and Jaipur, and you can squeeze it into a week if you don’t mind moving every couple of days. Start in Delhi, with sights such as Humayun’s Tomb and the Red Fort, before hitting Agra and touring the Taj Mahal, Agra Fort and Fatehpur Sikri. Then it’s on to Jaipur to explore the Pink City and the fort at Amber, before returning to Delhi’s wonderful bazaars for a final shopping spree before you fly home.

 

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Varanasi - India

Varanasi – India

Moving through a vast and inspiring landscape, Eternal Now – Into the Heart of India travels over 2500 miles, from the snows of the Himalayas to India’s southern tip, to visit 16 legendary places of transformation. A western seeker’s voyage into India’s ancient spiritual traditions, this film is a journey to touch the eternal. In America alone, over 50 million people practice yoga, meditation and mindfulness. These practices, with their origins in India, may bring one fully into the present moment to quiet the mind and open the heart. Eternal Now – Into the Heart of India returns to their source to better understand the spiritual relevance of these practices. The eternal is the interconnection of all things seen and unseen, transcending space & time. Like other spiritual paths, Indian traditions say the eternal is within everyone. Eternal Now explores India’s thriving pilgrimage culture, searching for what it means to be a true human being in the 21st century. This immersive, “you-are-there” experience aspires to connect these universal understandings with modern life.

 

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