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June 23, 2024
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Ahead of International Yoga Day, People Seeks Spiritual Tourism Experiences Across India

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The ancient Indian custom of Yoga is a priceless gift. It represents mental and physical union, as well as thought and action, constraint and fulfilment, and man-nature balance. In fitness, Yoga  is the new cool, and there’s no denying that it is and will continue to rule the fitness world. People have started prioritising their mental health in result to increase in the number of spiritual tourism. Travellers are keen to visit destination that are yoga centres such as  Uttarakhand, Dharamshala, Varkala, Rishikesh, Mysuru as these places offer the experience of yogi life and be close to the basics, to nature, and to a fitter version of yourself.

Due to the increase in stress levels after the pandemic, millennials and younger adults are now opting for more prominent religious and spiritual sites to recharge their minds to cope with the negativity.As there is an ease in travel , people are looking for an escape from the sweltering bustle of city life, and want to spend time amid nature. One of the most crucial first steps in finding a place which will give you a relaxation and you can pay more attention to once mental health. Travel confidence in India has increased, as evidenced by a significant rise in spiritual tourism.  There is a zest in travelers to explore the spiritual destination  of India compare to other places . In a  recent survey by Mahindra Holidays & Resorts  ‘India Quotient,’ Indians’ surprising lack of knowledge of our own country, its diversity, vastness, culture, heritage, and cuisines was revealed in new research  from which  the finding says

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•      More than a fifth of the respondents (21%) associate with the role of the ‘Modern Pilgrim’ who would want to see the religious and sacred sites as  part of their holiday

•      One in every six respondents (17%) assume the role of the ‘Culture Vulture’ stating they would want to learn about the history and culture of every place we visit

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