A wonderful pilgrimage that connects North and South India is the Kasi Rameswaram Yatra. pilgrimages to Kasi in the south and Rameshwaram in the north. There are specific steps to follow when making the Kashi pilgrimage.
Going to Kasi will not allow pilgrims who want to participate in the Kasi Yatra to finish their journey. Those who want to travel to Kasi must first travel to Rameshwaram, a holy shrine.
Agni Rameshwaram Theertham is supposed to drown three more times in the water. Each time, you must take a handle of sand.
The three lingas are to be worshipped on the headpiece leaves. Name the first handle of the soil “Sethu Madhava Lingam,” the second handle “Bindu Madhava Lingam,” and the third handle “Venu Madhava Lingam.” Bindu Madhava Lingam and Venu Madhava Lingam should be thrown into the water when the puja is over.
Sethu Madhava Lingam has to be looked for. Give the forefathers, then, etc. Take a dip in the tirthas of the Ramanathaswamy temple after you’ve given. From the kodi tirtha, remove the tirtha in a can and secure it.
While departing Kasi, Seth Lingam and Kodi Tirtha must be taken. The first stop on the Kashi pilgrimage is Prayag, also known as Allahabad. We had to disintegrate the Sethu Madhava lingam in the Triveni Sangam there.
After that, we must travel to Kasi to worship the Kodi Tirtha that we brought up the river as Kasi Vishwanath. Next, worship the last paira at the Visalakshi and Annapoorni temples before travelling to Gaya.
Our ancestors in Gaya must carry out the right actions. After that, return to Kasi and honour Kasi Viswanathar in the Ganges while submerged. After that, return to Prayag and bring a can of Ganges Tirtha home.
Our Kasi Yatra comes to a conclusion when we leave Rameshwaram and return to Rameshwaram to anoint him with Ganges water.
When you arrive at Madurai airport, our representative will meet and greet you before you go to Rameswaram. After arriving in Rameswaram, check into the hotel, then go see the Lord Rama-dedicated Ramanathaswamy Temple. One of the seven locations in India where pilgrims offer prayers for salvation is this one.
The area is special since it has 22 holy springs and a temple with five faces dedicated to Hanuman. Additionally, there is a floating stone outside the temple that displays the well-known Ramayana stories. Stay the night in Rameswaram.
Visit the Ramanathaswamy Temple in the morning. At the beginning of the pooja, take a Sankalpam and a bath in the revered Agni Theertham. Offer Pindams and perform Srardham for our ancestors. Samudhra and Theertha Snana should be done. The three large scoops of sand from the shoreline are known as Sethu Madhava Linga, Veni Madhava Linga, and Bindhu Madhava Linga, respectively.
The sea has dissolved Sethu and Bindhu Madhava. To be transported to Triveni Sangam in Allahabad, Veni Madhava is gathered and placed in a canvas bag. Afterwards, travel to Madurai. When you arrive, visit the Meenakshi Amman Temple for a darshan. Stay the night in Madurai.
Transfer you to the airport in Madurai after breakfast so you may begin your spiritual journey to Varanasi. No matter the time of year, people travel to the holy city of Varanasi.
The spiritual centre of India, also known as Kashi, is a place that every Hindu should visit at least once in their lifetime. When you arrive, our representative will meet you and take you to the hotel where you may check-in. Stay the night in Varanasi.
In the morning, go to Allahabad (Prayagraj), where you can perform rituals by boat at Triveni Sangam, the confluence of the Ganga, Yamuna, and Saraswati rivers. Veni Madhava is dissolved in the Sangam here after being gathered from Rameshwaram. Srardham must be performed to please our ancestors. Use little copper containers to collect water from Triveni Sangam.
At Rameshwaram, one vessel is kept for Abhishekam. Back to Varanasi after the darshan. Take a boat trip on the Ganges in the evening to see an Aarti ceremony, a very energising and potent spiritual event that uses fire as an offering. A great number of these are carried down the river in the shape of miniature “diyas” with candles and flowers, which is a wonderfully magical sight. Stay the night in Varanasi.
Perform your rituals and Poojas early in the morning after daybreak, and then take a holy wash in the Ganga. Next, go to the Kashi Vishwanath, Annapurna, and Vishalakshi temples.
After breakfast, be transferred to the airport in Varanasi so you can fly to Rameswaram and finish your Kasi Rameswaram Yatra rites. After arriving at the airport in Madurai, go to Rameswaram. Stay the night in Rameswaram.
Visit the Ramanathaswamy Temple in the morning to conclude your ganga jal Pooja with water from the Ganges in Varanasi or Allahabad. Your Kasi yatra ends here. Then, return to Madurai to continue your voyage.
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