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Join us for our spiritual pilgrimage to the motherland of yoga, amazing India!

This once in a lifetime type of trip is guaranteed to give you a boost in your spiritual life!

Our pilgrimages are unlike any others… We combine the immersion in India’s sacred atmosphere with a comfort and luxury experience for optimal nourishment of body, mind, and spirit.


We will arrive in Mumbai and then travel to the award winning Govardhan Eco Village. After an immersion in bhakti wisdom and kirtan in sacred company, we will head to Rishikesh, the world center of yoga, for an adventure where we will bathe in the sacred river Ganges, hike to the top of the Himalayas, experience ancient ceremonies and venture into caves that date back thousands of years! We will end our trip with a Vrindavan tour, the most special of all sacred sites in India where we will get a full taste of real ancient yoga tradition – A town fully immersed in the ecstasy of spiritual practice while visiting untouched flower gardens and ancient villages.


Have you dreamed of immersing yourself in India’s ancient yoga culture, but felt a little overwhelmed or intimidated? This trip is for you…

We are so excited to facilitate a life changing genuine spiritual immersion while at the same time offering safe, comfortable, and luxurious accommodations and amenities so that you can feel at ease and fully available to receive.

We GUARANTEE this experience will allow you to level up your spiritual life, connect deeply with a community of seekers, and grow closer to Divinity.


  • International Airport pick up and drop off

  • Accommodation with first class vegetarian Ayurvedic meals at luxury hotels/lodges (in Mumbai, the Govardhan Eco Village, Rishikesh, and Vrindavan)

  • English speaking guide services throughout the trip

  • All internal transport including drivers and internal flight to Rishikesh

  • Luxury bus from Vrindavan to Delhi airport drop off

  • Yoga & Meditation classes on most mornings

  • Local cars/ jeeps/ tuk-tuk etc. for local sightseeing in Rishikesh

  • White Water rafting in Rishikesh

  • Entrance tickets at Beatles Ashram & Neergadu waterfall

  • Sacred bathing in the surcharged Ganges River

  • Witness breathtaking views and invigorating hikes through the Himalayas

  • Dive into the histories and incredible stories of the Vedic culture (made applicable to today’s times)

  • Build life-long friendships


  • International flights
  • Visa (approximately $100 for 6 month E-visa or $160 for 10 year multiple entry visa)
  • Gratuity for tour guides and drivers
  • Personal spending money
  • Optional Ayurvedic treatments


Madhuri Pura Dasa

Born and raised in a family of bhakti yogis, Madhu adopted a serious interest and desire to immerse in ancient spiritual culture at an early age. He decided to become a monk on his eighteenth birthday and dedicate his life to sharing this knowledge with others. For five years he lived in various monasteries, studying Vedic arts, sciences, and philosophy under world renowned teachers. He spent half of that time in India, traveling and immersing himself in the various holy sites.

After graduating from his monastic training and education, Madhu has built his own multi 6-figure business and serves as a conscious business and lifestyle coach. He has mentored hundreds of clients and students over the past decade, teaching bhakti, kirtan, Ayurveda, and spiritual entrepreneurship. He is passionate about making India’s spiritual culture and potency accessible to everyone, and has facilitated pilgrimages for dozens of sincere seekers looking to transform their lives.

Radhakunda Das

Radhakunda has been a monk for 25 years. He has combined his passion for traveling with his desire to help bring people closer to the sacred. Not only has he a keen acumen for organizing (with groups numbering around 10,000 at times) but is also an expert curator at leading such trips to help people, have an enlivening, enriching and enlightening experience.

Rati Rasa Dasi

Rasa has been deeply studying nutrition and Ayurveda for over 7 years. She was diagnosed with a chronic, life-long illness at 3 years old. In her early teens, she became plant-based, and began to focus heavily on her diet. At 14 years old, her doctors announced her clear of the illness they initially thought would last a lifetime. Her interest in nutrition and its influence on health skyrocketed.

Always having a love for cooking, she attended Johnson & Wales private University, earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Culinary Nutrition. She has spent time traveling around India learning, and experiencing Ayurvedic healing techniques such as panchakarma and marma therapy.




It is recommended to visit a travel medicine clinic, your physician, or have a consult with an Ayurvedic expert to discuss any proactive measures you could/should take.


You can expect a livening experience to boost your soul and open your mind! But at the same time, please keep in mind that this is India and you should not expect US standards. We are traveling as Yogis and thus we will live simply but comfortably. As a cultural and spiritual experience note that we will be eating healthy but primarily vegetarian food with little to no alcoholic beverages. Please be comfortable with these limitations prior to signing up for this trip. The experiences you will have are designed to be transformational in spirit!


We will be traveling by private professional buses/vans and also one internal flight. If you have tendencies to get car sick, it is recommended to bring some over the counter medication, as the trips will be several hours in length.


Our whole trip will be in English, and everyone speaks English in all the places we will go.


You’ll want to fly into Mumbai airport. Currently, there are many round-trip flight options out of the Northeast U.S. for around $665-$1300. You need to arrive on or before January 23. The retreat will end on February 7, with transport to the Indira Gandhi International Airport (so we recommend booking your return flight from New Dehli, NOT Mumbai). We will arrive by 1 pm to the airport, so it's best to book any international flights from 4 pm onwards. For flight recommendations, feel free to ask us.


First 5 people to register will receive $250 off your Sacred pilgrimage!


  • Layered clothing for a range of temperatures
  • Warm socks
  • Long sleeves/warm sweaters for mornings and evenings
  • Pancho or light rain jacket
  • Winter Hat
  • Hat for shade
  • Sandals
  • Shoes/sneakers for hiking
  • Sunscreen
  • Mosquito repellent
  • Travelers diarrhea medicine
  • Sanitary hand wipes
  • A small flashlight
  • A water bottle
  • A light shoulder bag or daypack
  • Camera
  • Band aids or a little medical kit
  • A money belt or pouch which is easily concealed
  • Copies of your passport page, visa, list of travelers checks
  • ATM card (Note: make sure to inform your credit card company that you will be traveling to India so they can expect some charges from there, otherwise they might block your card)
  • Sunglasses and extra pair of glasses
  • An electrical adapter to change voltage for any American appliances you bring with you
  • Print out of your plane ticket
  • Yoga Mat
  • Space in your suitcase. India has great shopping!
  • Yummy travel snacks for transit days
  • Ear plugs, eye mask
  • Toiletries to last 15 days
  • We recommend $300 + cash for shopping, massages, tips, phone calls, and extra treats

Note: Please dress “modestly”. Nothing short, low cut, too tight etc. Women should pack capri length pants and skirts that go past the knees and tops that aren’t too revealing. Long skirts are best and pants that aren’t skin tight. Shawls are always nice and can be used with flowy skirts on the festival days! Indians wear lots of color, so bright colors are welcome and encouraged!

It is a sign of respect and chastity to have women’s hair tied back or braided so we recommend bringing hair ties. Sometimes India can be a bit overwhelming for women with all of the attention that is paid, so these suggestions are so that we can blend in more and not call on too much extra attention. Women should bring one-piece bathing suits and a pair of shorts to wear for swimming. Men can wear shorts/pants above or below the knees and can wear bathing suits/ board shorts.

Remember to bring clothes for Yoga! Both men and women will have plenty of opportunities to purchase cheap, lightweight, and loose fitted clothing when we get to Rishikesh.


We recommend purchasing travel insurance for your trip that covers both medical emergencies and trip cancellation. Purchasing insurance protects you from losing money should you need to cancel your trip. We recommend to search and compare travel insurance options. World Nomad Travel Insurance ( is also a great and trusted option! Travelers insurance if typically less than $100 for your trip and worth the investment for both medical and cancellation coverage.

If you must cancel your retreat:

  • No refunds offered unless in the case of an emergency
  • If you need to cancel your trip, your investment can be used as a credit towards any future program, training, retreat, etc. with Madhu Life

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