through the eyes of Roerich



Dehradun – Solan – Shimla - Mandi - Naggar - Kulu Valey - Manali - Vashist Village – Manali-Leh Road – Leh and Ladakh
September 9-18, 2024
Registration open till July 15, 2024
For English-speaking and Russian-speaking participants
Price: 308000 INR (3,400 Euro)

In case of prepayment before June 15, the price is 3,050 Euros

In the very north of India, beyond the snowy passes of the Great Himalayan range, is the mystical region of Ladakh. ‘Ladakh’ translates as ‘the land of high passes’.

It is an autonomous region, unlike any other region in India. Ladakh is dominant by Buddhism… and mountains. The endless mountain ranges and valleys of Ladakh are home to monasteries, stupas and shrines of Buddhism.


The Leh-Ladakh road is a journey through the artistic palette of God Himself. The shadows from the mountain sun create a unique effect. The sky is crystal clear and so bright-blue that it looks unearthly beautiful. The mountain slopes continuously change colours: from yellow to lilac, brown, grey, pink and purple. Similar to the paintings of Nicholas Roerich. The artist did not exaggerate the beauty of the Himalayas.


‘Ladakh is especially significant,’ he wrote in the Trans-Himalayan expedition, ‘where Christ once walked, where Buddha preached, where ruins stand steeped in a heroic past, and where monasteries guard valuable relics…’


An incredible journey awaits us as we wander from awe-inspiring natural trails to centuries-old monasteries and temples.

Travel Guides:

Rishika Abhirami

Rishika Abhirami is an Atma Kriya Yoga teacher with 15 years of experience, a lecturer on the Bhagavad Gita and other spiritual writings of India, teacher of meditation, mantras and mudras. Since 2007 she has been a student of Paramahamsa Vishwananda, and since 2014 she has been permanently residing in Vrindavan, India, and guiding many people through spiritual trips across India.

Thakur Humagain

Thakur Humagain has been a tour guide in Nepal for 10 years. He graduated from Tribhuwan University of Nepal. Thakur was born in a Hindu family of Brahmins, so connecting with God was always a central part of his life. He studied holy scriptures from many different religions like Hinduism, Buddhisim, Christianity and Zen. He has engaged in deep study of Puranas, Shrimad Bhagavatam, Bhagavad Gita etc, since his youth. Thakur has been a devotee of Paramahamsa Vishwananda since 2012. Being on the spiritual path for more than 20 years, Thakur specialises in bringing western people to holy places in Nepal and India focusing on spirituality, culture and religion and meditation.


Accommodation on double-sharing basis in 4-5-star hotels with three vegetarian meals a day
All transfers from the starting point in Dehradun to Leh via comfortable cars and coaches
Entry fees and admissions where applicable
Full expert support of organizers and guides, including lectures on Hinduism
Safe drinking water


International flights to Delhi and back
Flight Delhi-Dehradun & Leh-Delhi
Medical Insurance
Tips and temple donations

Registration details

Registration is open until July 15. It is possible that registration will close earlier if spots fill up.
To participate, you need a good physical and psychological condition!
A prepayment of 2000 Euro is required to confirm the reservation; prepayment: before July 20.
Changes in the program are possible due to road conditions, weather conditions and other unpredictable circumstances. Bhakti Bharat is not responsible for any changes in the program due to force majeure.
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