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Kolkata Religious Tour

Kolkata Religious Tour

Kolkata Religious Tour


Full Day City Tour : INR. 3,000 + 5.8% tax per person (minimum 2 pax).
Includes: Car (Air-conditioned), Guide, Entry Fees
Does not include: tipping at monuments and food 
Full day City Tour: 9 a.m- 3 p.m.



At 8 am Tour Guide will meet you at hotel reception. After a brief introduction, you will move for the city tour. Please note that the flow and places will depend on traffic and other road conditions. The tour guide may do minor changes during the trip overseeing the on ground situation.

Parasnath Jain Temple : Also known as Calcutta Jain Temple is a temple dedicated at to Pareshnath, who was the 23rd Jain Tirthankar, and he is worshipped by the Jains. It is a major tourist attraction in Kolkata. The temple was built by  Rai Badridas Bahadoor Mookim in 1867. Pratishtha was done by Sri Kalyansurishwarji Mahara.

Nakhoda Mosque : Nakhoda Mosque is one of the principal place of worship in Kolkata for Muslims. It is made in style of mausoleum of Mughal Emperor Akbar at Sikandra. The foundation stone for this was laid in 1926.  It is one of the few historical structures in India which can boast to be very well maintained. It gives a nice aerial view of the surrounding. A huge Mosque, it was given the present shape by Abdar Rahan Osman of Kutch.

Birla Temple : It is a Hindu temple on  built by the industrialist Birla family. This temple is dedicated to Hindu God Krishna and Goddess Radha. The construction of the temple began in 1970. It took 26 years to complete the entire structure.  Dr. Karan Singh inaugurated the temple. Birla Mandir also showcases pictorial depiction of scriptures of Bhagavad Gita in its stone engravings and some intricate Rajasthani temple architecture. It was designed by the architect Nomi Bose.

Mother’s House:  Mother Teresa was buried on the ground floor of the Mother House on 13th September, 1997. Her tomb has become a place of pilgrimage and quiet meditation to people of all creeds. The site of the tomb is a place of profound silence and peace despite the persistent noise of passing Calcutta traffic. Mother's tomb is truly a reflection of her life, that we must be able to pray and contemplate even in the midst of noise and distractions.

St. Paul's Cathedral is an Anglican cathedral of the Church of North India - a united church which is part of the Anglican Communion - in Kolkata, West Bengal, India. The building was initiated by Bishop Daniel Wilson in 1839 and was completed in 1847, in Gothic Revival style with stained glass windows and two frescoes in Florentine Renaissance style. A military engineer, Major William Nair Forbes, designed the cathedral with the assistance of C. K. Robinson, modelling the tower and spire upon Norwich Cathedral. The tower was rebuilt along the lines of the central tower of Canterbury Cathedral following the1934 Calcutta earthquake. The Bishop's House across the street is also architecturally notable. St. Paul’s was consecrated in 1874. On its completion, St Paul's replaced St. John's Church, Kolkata as the cathedral.


Please Note

Monuments may lead to undeclared closure due to various reasons. Such closures are not informed in advance. Guests need to bear with such incidents. Please keep your belongings under your close supervision. HotelTravelia / Its partners/ Its employees / Tour Guide cannot be hold responsible for any lost of belonging/s.

 FORCE MAJEURE: If the tour becomes impossible to be performed by either party due to acts of God, war, government regulations, disaster, strikes, civil disorder, curtailment of transportation facilities or other emergencies making it illegal or impossible to provide the facilities or to continue the tour, this tour may be terminated for any one or more of such reasons by written notice from one party to the other provided that the reason for said termination is in effect in destination of tour or the immediate surrounding area and is in effect.

Any transaction falling under this agreement shall be subject to the existing laws, rules and regulations of governments, semi-governmental bodies and/or other Government agencies of India. The parties hereto agree to amicably settle any disputes arising out of this agreement. Should this not be possible, disputes shall be arbitrated by and in accordance with the Indian Laws.

All disputes to be addressed in courts of Kolkata.

Payment & Confirmation

The confirmation is subject to 100% payment

Confirmation will be issued once full payment is received


Cancellation Policy

Guest can cancel 72 hours prior to the start of journey

If guest cancels after the above time frame, no refunds will be made