Mata Vaishnodevi: One of the most Religious & Hindu Pilgrimage destination in India, is located in the state of Jammu & Kashmir. Maa Vaishno Devi shrine is conveniently located from Delhi. Shri Maa Vaishno Devi Shrine is one of the oldest shrine of India, located at a height of 5300 feet on the holy Trikuta Hills of the Shivalik Hill Range. The Holy cave is 13 Kms from the Base Camp Katra. The Town Katra is 50 Kms away from Jammu and 35 Kms from District HQ Udhampur and is linked by road. The Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine is one of the most popular Shrines of India.
Trikuta mountain: form a part of the Shivalik ranges (part of the sub-Himalayan ranges) and are associated with the holy temple of Mata Vaishno Devi. The mountain has one base but three peaks, hence the name Trikuta. The Goddess is enshrined here in a natural cave, which is about 30 meters long and 1.5 meters high. Inside the holy cave, the Goddess is believed to have revealed herself in the form of three pindis or rocks, symbolising Maha-Kali, Maha-Lakshmi and Maha-Saraswati. The uniqueness of the holy pindis is that although they originate from a single base rock, each one is distinctly different from the other in colour and texture.
The Dal Lake: famous lake in Srinagar, Kashmir, India. The lake itself is connected to a number of other lakes of the valley. It is well known for its shikaras or house boats. With the onset of militancy in the state, tourism dwindled in the 1990s; however after concerted efforts by the authorities, tourist inflow has slightly improved. During the winter season the lake sometimes freezes over. Water hyacinths and silt are the major problems affecting the lake. Most of the shore of the Lake is a boulevard, lined with Mughal-era gardens, parks, and high-end hotels.
Shaktism: is a denomination of Hinduism that worships Shakti, or Devi Mata -- the Hindu name for the Great Divine Mother -- in all of her forms whilst not rejecting the importance of masculine and neuter divinity (which are however deemed to be inactive in the absence of the Shakti). In pure Shaktism, the Great Goddess, or Devi, is worshiped as nothing less than the highest divinity, Supreme Brahman Itself, the "one without a second," with all other forms of Divinity, female or male, considered to be merely her diverse manifestations.