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Har Ki Pauri
Har Ki Pauri
Har Ki Pauri

The words Haridwar and Har Ki Pauri are almost synonymous. It was king Vikramaditya who constructed the ghat in remembrance of his brother Bhartrihari. Also popular as Brahma Kund, this bathing ghat is highly revered by the Hindu community. Do remember to visit the ghat at twilight; it is the time when the Ganga Aarti is performed here everyday. During the aarti ceremony, hundreds of diyas are flown along the divine waters of the Ganges as mantras are being chanted.

Mansa Devi
Mansa Devi
Mansa Devi

The words Haridwar and Har Ki Pauri are almost synonymous. It was king Vikramaditya who constructed the ghat in remembrance of his brother Bhartrihari. Also popular as Brahma Kund, this bathing ghat is highly revered by the Hindu community. Do remember to visit the ghat at twilight; it is the time when the Ganga Aarti is performed here everyday. During the aarti ceremony, hundreds of diyas are flown along the divine waters of the Ganges as mantras are being chanted.

Chandi-Devi
Chandi-Devi
Chandi-Devi

A must-see place for tourists and pilgrims, the temple is built on top of the Neel Parvat. Constructed back in 1929 by the king of Kashmir Suchat Singh, the temple is just at a distance of 3 km from Chandighat. Visitors can use the trolley or the ropeway to reach the temple of Chandi Devi. Trekking is also a good option to get to the temple.

Daksheswara-Mahadev
Daksheswara-Mahadev
Daksheswara-Mahadev

The place has an interesting legend associated with it. As per the mythology, king Daksha Prajapati performed a yagya at this place. As the king did not invite Lord Shiva, Sati (Lord Shiva's first wife) felt insulted and set herself on fire. In the wake of the incident, the disciples of Lord Mahadev killed king Daksha, who was later brought back to life by the lord.

Sapt Rishi
Sapt Rishi
Sapt Rishi

A very scenic place in Haridwar, the ashram has the eminence of being the site where the Saptarishis (seven great sages) are believed to have meditated. The site also bears significance as it is here that River Ganges splits itself in seven currents.

Maya Devi
Maya Devi
Maya Devi

A must-see place for tourists and pilgrims, the temple is built on top of the Neel Parvat. Constructed back in 1929 by the king of Kashmir Suchat Singh, the temple is just at a distance of 3 km from Chandighat. Visitors can use the trolley or the ropeway to reach the temple of Chandi Devi. Trekking is also a good option to get to the temple.

Kumbh Mela
Kumbh Mela
Kumbh Mela

The Kumbh Mela is one of the holiest Hindu celebrations in India. The mass Hindu pilgrimage occurs every twelve years at Haridwar. As per records, around 60 million devotees and pilgrims come together to attend this highly revered religious mela (fair).

Parad Shivling
Parad Shivling
Parad Shivling

A must-see place for tourists and pilgrims, the temple is built on top of the Neel Parvat. Constructed back in 1929 by the king of Kashmir Suchat Singh, the temple is just at a distance of 3 km from Chandighat. Visitors can use the trolley or the ropeway to reach the temple of Chandi Devi. Trekking is also a good option to get to the temple.

Bhimgoda Tank
Bhimgoda Tank
Bhimgoda Tank

A must-see place for tourists and pilgrims, the temple is built on top of the Neel Parvat. Constructed back in 1929 by the king of Kashmir Suchat Singh, the temple is just at a distance of 3 km from Chandighat. Visitors can use the trolley or the ropeway to reach the temple of Chandi Devi. Trekking is also a good option to get to the temple.