- Wari - Pilgrimage to Pandharpur
- Varkari (Marathi: वारकरी - meaning "a pilgrim") is a Vaishnava religious movement (sampraday) within the bhakti spiritual tradition of Hinduism, geographically associated with the Indian states of Maharashtra and northern Karnataka. Varkaris worship Vithoba (also known as Vitthal), the presiding deity of Pandharpur, regarded as a form of Krishna, an Avatar (incarnation) of Vishnu. Teachers associated with the movement include Dnyaneshwar, Namdev, Tukaram, Chokhamela and Eknath, all of whom are accorded the title of Sant.
The Varkari movement includes the worship of Krishna in the form of Vithoba and a duty-based approach towards life emphasising, moral behavior and strict avoidance of alcohol andtobacco, strict vegetarian diet and fasting on Ekadashi day (twice a month), self-restraint (brahmacharya) during student life, equality and humanity for all rejecting discrimination based on caste or wealth, the reading of holy books by all castes, the reading of the Haripath every day and regular bhajan and kirtan. - Source - Wikipedia