What is Karma Yatra?

We are two yogis, Vishudhhi Devi and Rahul Kashyap. We are on a journey to explore the cultural and spiritual, yogic places of India, which have played a vital part in shaping the country. In this journey we will also going to maintaining our Sadhna.

Our aim, Why we are doing this?

This might sound crazy but we feel that India’s spiritual and yogi culture are its roots, and we want to learn more about the current situation of India’s spiritual state. Our goal is to visit both well-known and lesser-known spiritual sites in India in order to share our knowledge and experiences regarding culture, people, and their way of life, as well as why they are unique.

When we started and what we have covered?

Our journey started from 24th March of 2022 from Trimbakeshwar Shiva Temple in Nashik and now we have crossed more than 3 states in India along with Panch Bhoota Sthalam, Mahabalipuram, Ranganatha Swami Rameswaram, Meenakshi Madurai Temple, Dhanush Kodi (The last stop of India), Bharatmata Temple, Swami Vivekanand Rock Memorial, Shri Shankaracharya Birth Place, Padmanabhan Swami Temple, Azhimala Temple, Kochi, Munnar, Kerala and Hampi. We have travelled in almost all of the most important places of South India.

What are we going to cover?

Jyotirlinga Temples, Pancha Bhoota Lingams, Panch Prayag, Panch Kedar, Famous Temples, Chota Char Dham, Char Dham, Ashtavinayak Temples, Navagraha Temples, Arupadai Veedu — Six Abodes Of Murugan and many more interesting places.

Let’s end this post :)

So this voyage is akin to what yogis did in the past to learn more about India in depth and to help India in whatever manner they could. We’re all on the same path a journey to discover of the soul of India in all its glory by serving the dharma by learning and sharing what we’ve learned and experienced.

Through our travels we are going to meet hundreds of people, try learnt languages, by doing budget travel.

Along the way we’ll meet yogis and sadhus, visit temples and ashrams, document our trip with videos, etc. Please follow our journey here on Instagram: nomadyogis!

Join us as we travel to India to learn the history, people and spirituality of the country — at a deeper level. The word Karma means “action” and Yatra is able to mean “journey”. So Karma Yatra literally means “Action towards exploring Bharat as it was given by yogis and all the great people who contribute for India.”