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HARIDWAR

Haridwar

 
Haridwar, on the right bank of River Ganga at the feet of Shivalik ranges, an ancient pilgrim city is one of the holiest places for Hindus. Haridwar is at the point where the river Ganga spreads over the northern plain. It lies at the base of the Shivalik Hills where the Ganga passes through its last gorge and begins a 2000 km journey across the plains. One of the four venues for the Kumbh Mela, a festival held once in twelve years, it is among the seven sacred cities of India. A holy dip at Har-Ki-Pauri is a must for every devotee. hotels manali, hotels shimla, dharamshala packages, economical packages manali, himachal packages


Har ki Pauri
Haridwar has very rich ancient religious and cultural heritage. In the ancient scriptures of India, this place is well known by the name of Mayapur. This city is also well known for many other things apart from the holy river Ganges. Haridwar has privilege of having IIT at Roorkee, formerly known as University of Roorkee, founded in 1847 as a first technical institute of India.
 

The tomb Piran Kaliar of Shabir Shahib in Roorkee is a living example of religious harmony in India which is visited by the people of all religious sects from all over the world. There is another University in the city called Gurukul Kangri Vishva Vidyalaya apart from the head quarter of Uttaranchal State Public Service Commission also being established at Haridwar.


Connectivity :

By Air : The nearest airport is Delhi, 220 kms away.

By Rail : There are convenient train connections from Delhi.

By Road : It's around a 5 hours drive from Delhi, and about a 2 hours drive from Dehra Dun.

Rishikesh is just 22 km away. A cascade of devotion!

Har-ki-Pauri : The Main ghat and is supposed to be at the precise spot where the Ganges leaves the mountains and enters the plains. Consequently, the river's power to wash away sins at this place is superlative and endorsed by a footprint Vishnu (God of Hindu) left in a stone here. The ghat is on the west bank of a canal through which the Ganges is diverted just to the north.
 

Bara Bazaar : On the north side of the canal, between Har-Ki-Pauri and the Upper Rd, is the vivid Bara Bazaar. Along with the religious paraphernalia, or prasaad (food offered to the gods, images of the deities, religious pamphlets etc) are scores of small stalls crammed along both sides of bazaar selling an assortment of goods including shawls, brassware, glass bangles, wooden whistels, bamboo canes and can baskets.
 

Mansa Devi Temple: On the top of the hill overlooking Haridwar, this temple is dedicated to the goddess mansa. Mansa is one of the forms of Shakti Durga who makes wishes come true. It is connected by a ropeway to the heart of town.
 

Chandi Ghat Temple : Constructed on Nhil Hill by a Kashmir raja, Suchet Singh, in 1929, and there are a number of temple at the hill. You may see large river turtles on the banks of the Nildhara River.
 

Gorkhnath Temple : An imposing edifice dedicated to Guru Gorkhnath on main road leading to Har- Ki-Pauri. As might be expected in such an ancient pilgrim centre, Haridwar has temples for all devotees, all shades of religious persuasions under that great umbrella of faith called Hinduism.
 

Saptrishi Ashram : About 5km from Haridwar, named after the seven rishis (sages) who prayed here for the good of humanity. It has mythological origin and it is said that Saptrishis (Seven sages) who had trapped the Ganga agreed to release the River on King Bhagirath's request, provided it split into seven streams.
 

Bharat Mata Temple : It is a 'modern' temple dedicated to 'Mother India'. An imposing seven- storyes high structure, it has statues of gods and goddesses and other Indian saints, sages and heroes of Indian myth and legend.
 

Pawan Dham temple : This temple is famed for its fantastic glass and mirrorwork, and its elaborately garbed idols.
 

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