Choose Your Language Spanish French German Italian Russian Portugues  
facebook blogger twitter linkedin G_plus StumbleRedditPinterest
About Us
Rajasthan Festival Tours
Kerala Festival Tours
Uttar Pradesh Festival Tours
Orissa Festival Tours
North East India Tribal Festivals
North India Festival Tours
South India Festival Tours
Budda Jayanti Festival
Carnatic Music Festival
Golconda Festival
Hampi Festival Tour
Hoysala Festival
Mysore Dussera Festival
Natyanjali Dance Festival
West India Festival Tours
East India Festival Tours
Republic Day, Delhi
Independence Day, Delhi
Trade Fair, Delhi
Diwali Festival
Holi Festival
Dussera Festival
Onam Festival
Pongal Festival
Buddha Jayanti Festival – Hyderabad (Andhra Pradesh)

Buddha Jayanti Festival – Hyderabad

The Buddha Jayanti festival is organized by the Andhra Pradesh Tourism Department in Hyderabad on the occasion of Buddha Purnima (April/May). Buddhist monks all over the country come down to participate in this spiritual festival coinciding with the birthday of their role model, Buddha. Buddhist monks chant hymns at the Buddha statue at Hussain Sagar followed by ‘Shanti Yatra’(peace procession). Experience spirituality of the highest order with Indian Festival Tours.

Buddha Jayanti Festival in the Coming Years :-
Tour Dates for you to book :-

Buddha Jayanti Festival Tours - Hyderabad (Andhra Pradesh)

Meting and assistance on arrival at Hyderabad airport and transfer to the hotel. Rest of the day free of leisure. Overnight at the hotel.

Day 02 HYDERABAD (Buddha Jayanti Festival)
Morning after breakfast participation in Shanti Yatra. Overnight at the hotel.

Morning after breakfast excursion Golconda Fort – Once famed for its diamond mines (from which the famous Kohinoor diamond of the British crown was mined) is the site of a strategic fort dating back to the 13th century. This invincible fort has an extraordinary acoustical system and massive battlements.Usmansagar Lake – One of the most beautiful man-made lake.Krishna River is Nagarjunakonda associated with the famous Buddhist scholar of 2nd century, Nagarjuna. It was an important

Buddhist monastic institution and has stupas with handsome sculptures shoeing scenes from thelife of Buddha. The Indian Archaeologists have salvaged the precious ruins from their ancient site, lifting them atop a hill and setting them up in a Vihara style museum. Overnight at the hotel.

Morning after breakfast departure transfer to Tirupati.

Morning after breakfast visit to Tirupati is one of the most important and among the richest temples of South India. It is famed for the shrine on the “Seven Hills” of Tirumalai which attract millions of pilgrims from all over India. Picturesquely situated amidst sacred waterfalls and tanks, the shrine presents a fine example of early Dravidian art.
Later departure overnight at the hotel.

Morning after breakfast departure by surface to Chennai. Upon arrival check in at the hotel. Afternoon sightseeing tour of Chennai, the Capital city of Tamil Nadu state, which is India’s Southern Gateway city and one of the biggest centre of trade, and communications. Begin your tour with sightseeing of Chennai. Among the principal sights are the Fort St. George and Museum, which has the British East India Company documents, The Bronze Museum, St. Thom Cathedral, the Marina Beach, and drive past the Parthasarathy Temple at Mylapore.
Mahabalipuram – a quite seaside resort with a unique and glorious 7th century Shore Temple and some of the most beautiful rock-cut caves in the world. Visit the Krishna, Varaha and Mahishasura Mardhini Mandapas besides the famous stone bas-relief, Arjuna’s Penance. Overnight at the hotel.

Morning after breakfast visit to Kanchipuram was under the Pallavas from the 6th to 8th century AD and later became the citadel of the Cholas, Vijayanagar Kings, the Muslim and the British. It has been a center of Tamil learning, cultural and religious background for centuries. Kanchipuram has magnificent temples of unique architectural beauty bearing eloquent testimony to its glorious Dravidian heritage. All the religious cities in India support one of the two sects in Hinduism - Vaishnavism
and Shaivism,but Kanchipuram has blended itself equally to both the sects,dividing itself into Vishnu Kanchi,surrounding the Varadaraja Temple, and Shiva Kanchi, surrounding the Ekambareshwar (also spelt as Ekambareshwa) Temple, while the Kamakshi Amman Temple stands in between as a place of Shakti worship. Evening departure transfer to the railway station to board train Mysore Express (21:30 0805) to Mysore. Overnight on board train.

Assistance on arrival at the railway station and transfer to the hotel upon arrival check in at the hotel. Afternoon sightseeing tour of Mysore City. Visit the Palace of the Maharaja built in 1911-12. The Palace is of harmonious syntheses of the Hindu and saracenic style of architecture with archways, dome turrets, colonnades and sculptures, which are magnificent. Visit the Art Gallery, drive up to Chamundi Hill to see the Chamundeshwari Temple and a panoramic view of Mysore. On your way back, see the Nandi Bull. Overnight at the hotel.

Morning after breakfast departure transfer to Coorg Upon arrival check in at the hotel. Rest of the day free of leisure. Overnight at the hotel.

Morning after breakfast full day explore at Coorg lies in the Western Ghats comprising rugged mountain terrain, interspersed with Cardamom jungle, coffee plantations and swathes of lush paddy fields, is one of the most beautiful place in India. The Town of Madikeri or Mercara is small with meandering roads, which converge on a bustling bazaar. The Omkareshwara Temple has an unusual combination of Kerala Hindu Architecture, Gothic elements and Islamic influence domes, which draws ones .
attention. The St. Mark’s church holds a small museum of British, Jain and village deity figures and weapons. Overnight at the hotel

Morning after breakfast departure transfer to Bandipur Upon arrival check in at the hotel. Rest of the day free for independent activities day free of leisure. Overnight at the hotel.

Mroning after breakfast visit to see wild life Bandipur via Mumdumalai park, which has a diverse wildlife with Wild Elephant, Gaur, Deer, the Bonnet Macaque, the Tiger, Leopard and the Dhole. Continue on to Bandipur and check in at the hotel. Bandipur is one of the finest habitats of the Asian Elephant and Bison.Overnight at the hotel.

Morning after breakfast Departure by surface to Ooty upon arrival check In at the hotel. Rest of the day free for the independent day free of leisure. Overnight at the hotel.

Day 14 OOTY
Morning after breakfast visit to Ooty is located at approximately 2200 metres above sea level in the Nilgiri Hills and are very popular among the expatriate population of the British Raj.

Visit to the Botanical Gardens. With its cool weather Ooty was a favourite summer retreat of the serving British officers. Overnight at the hotel.

Morning after breakfast departure by surface to Cochin. Upon arrival check in at the hotel. Afternoon sightseing tour of Cochin. Cochin is a city with an eventful history. The Portuguese, the Dutch, the English all had established themselves here at one time or the other. Prominent attractions are the Jewish synagogue, santa cruz church( built in 16th century by the Dutch ), cochin fort (built-1503 by the Dutch ), Bolgatty Palace built by Dutch in 1744 and the St. Francis church ( built-1510 AD by the Dutch ) where Vasco de Gamma was buried ( later his remains were taken to Portugal, but his tombstone is still there at the St. Francis church which is the oldest church in India built by Europeans ) Evening witness a Kathakali Dance Drama. Overnight at the hotel.

In time departure transfer to the Cochin airport to board flight back home with the sweet memories of your holiday with Indian Festival Tours.



This programme can be tailor made to suite the number of days you have in hand yet showing you this spectacular Festival.

(Festival dates are based on local calendar and subject to change)

Website Designed and Promoted by RIV Dsigned by