How to visit Jack Daniels tour in India.
It’s an experience unlike anything else.
Jack Daniels tour India is the world’s most visited Indian tour and, if you follow the instructions, you will be entertained for a lifetime.
The tour started on August 23 with a stop at the historic Ganesh Temple in the city of Pune and ends on September 12 with a visit to the world-famous Bhandara temple in Agra.
The journey will take around one week and is open to everyone who is willing to take the risk.
The route starts from Pune at 7:30am and the entire trip will take about 20 hours, from Agra at 7pm till midnight.
Tour guide Rishabh Joshi says the tour is not only for Indian tourists but also tourists from all over the world.
Tourists from around the world travel to India to experience the unique sights and music, as well as visit the renowned Bhandar temple in the country’s capital.
The Indian tourists travel in groups of two or three to take in the sights.
The tour starts with the traditional Bhandras on the banks of the Hooghly river in Pune where the Bhandars, or traditional dancers, will be performing a traditional dance called Bhandi.
Once the tour has concluded, they will be taken on a tour of the famous Bhandor temple where the ancient deities, Vishnu and Shiva, are worshipped.
After that, they are taken on the journey back to Pune by road.
The whole trip takes around three hours, which includes stops at temples and cultural sites.
Tourism from the US, Europe, Australia and the US are among the countries that will take part in the tour.
The trip starts with a morning at Pune temple, where tourists will be greeted by a Bhandora dancer who will perform Bhandari.
After the Baddari, they travel to the Ganesh temple in Puducherry.
There, they’ll witness the legendary temple of Bhandareena, the oldest Hindu temple in India, which has been preserved for generations.
The temple is located on the hillside where the river Hooghle meets the river Ganges.
There they will meet the legendary Hindu deities and perform the Boddhi dance called Padmanabhasa, which is one of the most popular dance forms in India and the world, the tour guide says.
Next, the Bhattaras, or the famous dancers, perform their traditional Baddar dance, Padmanagarsa, and then return to Agra and return to Pudupalur, which means home, to spend the night in a traditional hotel.
Thereafter, the tourists will return to the city where they will visit a number of historical sites including the Mahabharata, Jatavsar and the famous Kashi temple in Delhi.
At last, the travellers will go to Agrahara, the ancient capital of Agra where they’ll be met by a group of people who will dance around the clock, the guide says, adding that this is the most important part of the tour as they are the ones who decide which of the nine temples is to be visited and who to meet there.
After all, it’s the people who decide whether or not to make it to the destination, the group of dancers tells the tourists.
The itinerary includes stops in Kashi, the birthplace of the Mahatma Gandhi, the holy city of Agar in the state of Uttar Pradesh, and the Jatava, the legendary Mahabhoomi, who is considered one of history’s greatest poets.