Haridwar Holidays in the Best Hotel of Haridwar
Haridwar is regarded as the gate way to God. It is at Haridwar that the Ganga river from the hills appear in plain text. The quiet, holy Ganga, the city has made visits paradise and God's abode.
It is one of the seven sacred cities of India and a popular gateway to the char dham. Haridwar is one of the four venues for the Kumbh Mela - the largest festival of humanity.
In addition to this great celebration of all virtually all Hindu festivals are celebrated here with great enthusiasm that and spirit. Today the city is gaining industrial importance because of BHEL, as it was a great facility there.
Main Attractions The main attraction of Haridwar is Har ki pauri, the famous Ghat - the literary agents of God's foot step. Here, you take every day, thousands of devotees bath in the river Ganges, and that really makes her mind and body fresh and clean.
Saffron-clad sadhus deep in meditation, performing funeral rites families are bare-chested Pandits worship of the sun some very common and amazing sights of the Har ki pauri. The evening Aarti at Har ki pauri should not be missed. Earthen diyas with marigold flowers float on the river Ganga is a sense of spiritual ecstasy.
Other attractions of Haridwar are Manasa Temple, Chandi temple, Anandamayee Ashram, Rudraksha Temple and Ramkrishna Moth. The rope way to Mansa Temple is a very exciting journey. The Mandir is on the mound display an aesthetic point of view. The city of Haridwar is a small bustling town with crowded markets, many temples, ashrams and ghats, which are crowded with pilgrims.
he interesting fact is that most of the visitors who come here temporarily, are in search of spiritual sustenance. For permanent residents of its good that never stops turning and supporters keep flocking here to gain spiritual pleasures that the city offers. The center of Haridwar is compact with small shops and food stalls.
Bara Bazaar on Upper Road is for glass bangles, walking sticks, mind boggling idols of various gods, artificial jewellary, brass and copper utensils famous puja. All types of paratha, aloo puri and rabri methai are the main attractions of the food stall. And the food is very cheap and fresh. Back home, the best gift a bottle of Haridwar Ganga jal is. Located just a half hour trip from Haridwar is Rishikesh, an ideal place for rafting. The ancient temple of Rishikesh also draw pilgrims.
It is a place where old traditions and religious exist happily with youthful adventure sports. There is also a popular place for yoga and meditation. It should be mentioned that the venue for international yoga festival in Rishikesh is every year in the month of February. Neelkanth Mahadev temple, a 4 hour walk from Lakshman Jhula is really not to be missed destination away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
Rajaji National Park is a place for wild life lovers near Haridwar. Here you can 23 species of mammals and 315 avifauna species. Another nearby town of Patanjali Yog Pith is Haridwar, the ashram of the famous Ramdev Ji. If you are interested in yoga and ayurveda, make a visit to the site, come back when.
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