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Ramayana Trails
03 Nights / 04 Days
Ramayana Trails
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Day 1 - Colombo
Arrival to Sri Lanka in the evening flight & transfer to Colombo. Overnight stay at Colombo Hotel.
Day 2 - Nuwara Eliya
After breakfast do City / shopping tour of Colombo Visit to the Anjanayar Temple in Dehiwala Thereafter proceed to Nuwara Eliya via kithulgala (180 Km’s / 05 Hrs Minimum Drive) Visit to the Divurumpola Check-in at Nuwara Eliya Hotel. Overnight stay at Nuwara Eliya Hotel. [B]

Day 3 - Kandy

After breakfast in the evening visit to the Sitha Amman temple and Gayathri Peedam in Nuwara Eliya Thereafter proceed to Kandy Enroute visit to the Bhaktha Hanuman Temple in Ramboda. Check-In at Kandy Hotel. Optional - In the evening visit to the Temple of tooth relic and witness the cultural show. Overnight stay at Hotel. [B]
Day 4 - Colombo - Airport
After breakfast transfer to the Airport for the departure (125Km’s / 03 hours Minimum). [B]
  Price Per Person (INR)
 Rs 22000 (Including flight fare!! DEL-COL-DEL)
* 04 - 07 pax traveling together
  Accommodation Details
Sovering Hotel
Nuwara Eliya
Leisure Village Hotel
Swiss Residence Hotel
  • Air fare Delhi/Columbo/Delhi
  • Accommodation in standard rooms at the hotels mentioned or similar on Bed & Breakfast basis starting from Breakfast on Day 02 and ending with Breakfast on Day 04
  • Transportation by an air-conditioned Private Vehicles as per the itinerary with the service of an English Speaking driver guide up to 06 pax and guide lecturer for more than 07 pax for Sight-seeing
  • Government Taxes applicable as of now
  • Cost of travel insurance
  • Kandy compulsory Perahera Supplement
  • Entrance fees for any sights including Temple of tooth relic
  • Lunch & Dinners throughout the tour
  • Additional transfers not indicated on the program
  • Early Check-In & late Check-Out at hotels
  • Camera or Video permits
  • Expenses of a personal nature
  • Any other services not specified above
  Description of the Places which covered in the above program
Panchamuga Anjaneyar Temple
A temple dedicated to Anjaneyar temple in Sri Lanka. The only temple in the world to have a chariot for Anjaneyar.
Kelaniya Buddhist temple
Kelaniya is the place where King Veebeshana ruled after being crowned by Lakshmana. As Lord Rama was in exile for 14 years, could not take part in any coronation ceremony, deputed his younger brother Prince Lakshmana to crown Veebeshana. Today in this very place a Buddhist shrine and a temple for king Veebeshana exist. There are murals enshrined outside the Buddhist temple depicting the crowning of King Veebeshana. Today temples for King Veebeshana are found through out Lanka and he is still considered as one of the 4 guardian deities of Sri Lanka. A painting of King Veebeshana adorns the walls of the new parliament. It is a fact that there is no temple for King Ravana where as many exist for King Veebeshana. This goes on to prove that his stand towards dharma and justice made him a god is Sri Lanka.
This is the place where Sita underwent “Agni” test.
Sita reached her husband. Meeting him after such a long time, she was overcome by joyous emotion. But Rama seemed to be lost in thought. At length he spoke, “I have killed my enemy. I have done my duty as a true king. But you have lived for a year in the enemy’s abode. It is not proper that I should take you back now.” Sita was shocked. Is it my fault that the monster carried me off by force? All the time, my mind, my heart, and soul were fixed on you and you alone, my Lord!”. She turned to Kakshmana and said with tears streaming from her eyes, “ Prepare for me a fire, that is the only remedy for this sorrow of mind”. Lakshman in suppressed anger, looked at Rama’s face, but saw no sign of softening. He lighted a big fire. Sita reverently went round her husband and approached the blazing fire. Joining her palms in salutation, she said, “If I am pure, O fire, protect me”. With these words she jumped into the flames, to the horror of the monkeys who stood on all sides watching the tragic sight. Then arose from out of the flames Agni, the fire-god, whom she had invoked. He lifted Sita from the flames unharmed, and presented her to Rama. “Don’t I know that she is spotless and pure at heart?” cried Rama, standing up to receiver her. “It is for the sake of the worked that I made her go through this ordeal of fire, so that the truth may be known to all.
Special mention
Popular place of worship among locals in that area. Divurumpola means a place of oath. Today the temple is revered for the oath taken by Sitadevi and even the legal system permits and accepts the swearing done at this temple while settling disputes between parties.
Seetha Amman temple
There is a stream by the side of the temple. Sitadevi said to have bathed in this stream. It is interesting to note that foot prints akin to Lord Hanuman’s are found by this river and some are of small size and some are of large size, which tells us of the immense powers of hanuman transforming himself into any size.
Gayathri peedam
Gayathri peedam is believed to be the place from where King Ravana’s son Meghanath propitiated Lord Shiva with penance and pooja’s and in turn was granted super natural powers by Lord Shiva.
Special mention
This is the first and the foremost temple built for Gayathri Amman in Sri Lanka, and the Shiva Lingam found in this temple was brought from the holy river Narmada.
Sri Baktha Hanuman temple
On these hills of Ramboda where Hanuman was searching for Sitadevi, Chinmaya mission of Sri Lanka built a temple with Hanuman as the presiding deity.
Special mention
On every full moon day special pooja’s are conducted and witnessed by thousands of devotees. The image of Lord Hanuman here is 16 feet
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