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  • Location 1: Vaishno Devi Temple

    A replica of the Vaishno Devi temple in Kashmir, the Vaishno Devi Temple of Haridwar is marked by tunnels and caves that lead to the inner sanctum containing the shrine of Goddess Vaishno Devi. The divine temple houses three deities – Lakshmi, Kaali and Saraswati. The Vaishno Devi Temple in Haridwar is a frequently visited site, both by religious devotees and nature lovers because of the stunning view of the surrounding landscape.

    Apart from its architecture and tunnels, this temple bears no resemblance to the original Vaishno Devi Temple. After climbing a flight of steep stairs and crawling through a narrow tunnel, the devotees are blessed with the sight of the idol of Maa Vaishno Devi and the replicas of the 12 Jyotirlingas in India. It is widely believed that the Vaishno Devi Temple of Haridwar was constructed in the memory of Trikuta, a devotee of Lord Ram. She prayed to him so devotedly that he agreed to marry her in his last earthy carnation. This is also one of the Shakti Peethas temple.

  • Location 2: Lakshman Jhula

    The Lakshman Jhula is a famous hanging bridge across the river Ganga that connects two villages, Tapovan in the Tehri Garhwal district and Jonk in the Pauri Garhwal district. Located in the town Rishikesh in the Indian state of Uttarakhand, the entire bridge is made up of iron, is 450 feet long and is situated at the height of 70 feet from the river. Sadly, it has been closed permanently owing to the risk to the safety and security. A new glass bridge is set to come up adjacent to Lakshman Jhula. However, it is still used by pedestrians but bikes are strictly not allowed.

    The Lakshman Jhula is well-known amongst tourists because it is believed that Lord Lakshman, the younger brother of Lord Rama, had crossed the river Ganga at this same site.

    The construction of the bridge was completed in the year 1929, and presently, the Lakshman Jhula acts as an adjoining bridge across the river, along with the old route to the sacred shrines of Badrinath and Kedarnath. Grand temples and famous markets have sprung up in the vicinity, and the entire area is now a particularly renowned attraction in entire Rishikesh.

  • Location 3: Ram Jhula

    Ram Jhula is one of the most iconic places in Rishikesh and if you are planning a pilgrimage to the city, or just visiting for a holiday, you must stop by this iconic bridge. It is a suspension bridge, built entirely out of iron and the length of the bridge is around 450 feet. It was constructed in the year 1986, by the PWD.

    The bridge is located over the holy Ganga river and it connects Sivananda Nagar in Muni Ki Reti, in the district of Tehri Garhwal in the west to Swargashram in the district of Pauri Garhwal, in the east.

    This bridge can be found in the state of Uttarakhand, approximately 3 kilometres away from the main town of Rishikesh. It is a comfortable walking distance from Rishikesh, and if you like long walks in the midst of stunning scenery then you can walk the length of the bridge as well.

    People can also traverse the bridge with bikes or cycles. A number of holy ashrams and Hindu religious centres and temples can be found lining the side of the bridge. These ashrams encompass the true essence of Rishikesh, with their peace, hospitality and piety.

  • Location 4: Gita Bhawan Bhart Mata Temple

    The founder was Swami Vedantanandji Maharaj to establish a platform, which would provide Social works for all local and coming guest,as well as the Sadu and Sants. it has sourced highly relevant and , as well created enormous quality opportunities for the individual aspirants. We are happy to announce our exploration into the other aspects of a complete management , expanding into the areas of Social Management and support for poor students. Pawan Dham is located about 500 mt further, along the Rishikesh road. The temple is famed for it’s fantastic glass and mirrorwork and it’s elaborately garbed idols. Pawan Dham Temple is situated just two km from Haridwar, along the Rishikesh road, in Uttarakhand. The temple is noted for the exquisite mirror and glasswork. The elaborately decorated idols in the temple are worth visiting. Presently Managed all works under Swami Sahaj Prakash, He is President of Pawan -Dham , A Branch of Geeta Bhawan Trust Society (Regd.) also Geeta Bhawan Public School, Moga,Punjab.

  • Location 1: Daksh Mahadev Temple

    Daksheswar Mahadevदक्षेश्‍वर महादेव मन्दिर) or Daksha Mahadev temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Shiva, located in the town of Kankhal, about 4 km from Haridwar, Uttarakhand, India. It is named after King Daksha Prajapati, the father of Sati. Daksha is one of the fourteen Prajapatis, creator deities, who preside over procreation and are the protector of life in Hindu mythology.

    The present temple was built by Queen Dhankaur in 1810 and rebuilt in 1962. It is a place of pilgrimage for Shaivaite devotees on Maha Shivaratri.

  • Location 2: Har Ki Pauri

    Har Ki Pauri is a major landmark place and a famous ghat on the banks of river Ganga in Haridwar. A center place of attraction among devotees in Haridwar, Har ki Pauri is believed to be the place of exit of holy river Ganga from the mountains.

    World famous Ganga Aarti takes place in Brahmakund area of Har ki Pauri, a sacred spot where it is believed that the nectar (Amrit) fell on earth. Largest fairs of Hindu’s, Kumbh and Ardh Kumbh also takes place at Har ki Pauri.

  • Location 3: Ganga Aarti

    Ganga Aarti is a religious prayer that takes place at the bank of the sacred river Ganga at the Har Ki Pauri ghat in Haridwar. Bringing in tourists and devotees from all over the world, it is a ritual of light and sound where the priests perform prayers with bowls of fire and the ringing of the temple bells. Visitors float “diyas” (small candles) and flowers, surrounded by the chanting of the mantras and the reflection of the lights off the surface of the flowing river, which is said to be blessed by the Goddess Ganga.

  • Location 4: Mansa Devi Temple

    Mansa Devi Temple is one of the most revered temple of Goddess Mansa Devi located at Bilwa Parvat near Haridwar. This temple is a holy place to worship Goddess Mansa, who is believed to be a form of Shakti, emerged from the mind of great Sage Kashyap. Mansa Devi temple is a famous Siddhpeeth and offers panoramic views of Haridwar city.
    Mansa Devi completes the trio of Siddhpeeth in Haridwar with Chandi Devi and Maya Devi. Inner shrine of the Mansa Devi temple has two idols which are worship by the devotees. Located facing Chandi Devi temple in Neel Parvat, Mansa Devi temple has a 3 km pedestrian path from Haridwar.

  • Location 5: Chandi Devi Temple

    The Chandi Devi Temple of Haridwar is a charming temple dedicated to the Chanda Devi Goddess, perched on the Neel Parvat of the Shivalik Hills. The Chandi Devi Mandir, also known as Neel Parvat Teerth, is one of the five pilgrimages of Haridwar and is also known as Siddha Peetha, a place where devotees worship to fulfil their desire. Because of its location, the Chandi Devi temple is also a preferred choice for trekking tourists. You can also reach the temple zenith by the means of a ropeway, the view from which is exhilarating.

    The historic beauty of Chandi Devi Temple is best experienced as you hike your way up to the top. With the verdant greenery of the surrounding, you will certainly feel the presence of the divine around you. Being one of the oldest and revered temples in Haridwar, this shrine has a tremendous footfall throughout the year. One of the most festive time here is during the festivals of Chandi Chaudas, Navratra and Kumbh Mela when the temple sees amazing celebrations and massive participation. The Chandi temple during the festival time is a must visit.

    ( *All these places can be explored comfortably in the time span of 1 day.)

  • Wake up with the prayers going on everywhere and the soothing sound of river Ganga.

  • After breakfast pack bags not only with the luggage but also with memories and head toward your home.

  • Get transferred to the bus stand/ railway station.

    End of trip.

  • Arrival In Haridwar

    Welcome to the vibrant city of Haridwa, where a warm reception awaits you amidst the bustling streets, grand monuments, and a rich tapestry of diverse cultures, marking the beginning of an extraordinary travel experience.

  • Haridwar – Rishikesh

    Haridwar is an ancient city and important Hindu pilgrimage site in North India’s Uttarakhand state, where the River Ganges exits the Himalayan foothills. The largest of several sacred ghats (bathing steps), Har Ki Pauri hosts a nightly Ganga Aarti (river-worshipping ceremony) in which tiny flickering lamps are floated off the steps.

  • Drop at Haridwar

    As we bid you farewell in Delhi, we hope your soul has been nourished by the profound experiences and cultural immersion, and that the memories created during this transformative journey will stay with you forever, reminding you of the profound beauty and spirituality of India.

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Triveni Ghat

Located at the heart of town, Triveni is the most well-known bathing ghat (stepped banks of a river), where most pilgrims take a holy dip before they visit the temples of Rishikesh. An amazing sight here is the evening aarti, a ceremony accompanied by lights, drums and chanting, with the entire ghat lit with flickering lamps.

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Lakshman Jhula

Built-in 1939, this 137-m-long suspension bridge at a height of 21 m above the river is considered to be at the same location where it is said Lord Lakshmana (from the epic Ramayana) crossed the river Ganges with the help of jute ropes. The Lakshman jhula is the most iconic structure in Rishikesh that most of us have seen in movies and on television.

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Bharat Mandir

Near the Triveni Ghat, stands one of the oldest shrines in Rishikesh, Bharat Mandir, said to have been built by sage Adi Shankaracharya. This ancient temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu, whose idol is carved out of a single black stone, popularly known as Saligram. If you are lucky, catch the spring festival also called Basant Panchami celebrated here.

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Gita Bhawan

Near the Lakshman Jhula, is the newly constructed building of Gita Bhawan. It runs a free Ayurvedic dispensary and also has a branch of the Gita Press. The stories of the epics Ramayana and the Mahabharata are beautifully illustrated on its walls.

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This small village located at the banks of River Ganga is a rafting and water sports adventure hub, just 30 km from Rishikesh. The road from Rishikesh to Byasi is smooth, snaking up the mountains, offering stunning views of the Ganga and the hills.

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Located at a distance of 19 km from Rishikesh, Shivpuri has emerged as a popular tourist destination due to the thrilling white water rafting experience it offers. The commonest rafting stretch (around 11 km) is from Shivpuri to Lakshman Jhula.

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