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Har Ki Pauri Haridwar : Haridwar is one of the most ancient pilgrimage centers in India that has been reverence from times immemorial. Hari means (Lord/God) and Dwar means Gateway. Hence Haridwar means Gateway to the Lord. According to the India...more
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Har ki Pauri to me means divine abide of Gods . However you visit the overcrowded place and you feel sad and disheartened . You find priests immersing ashes of deceased people alongside people taking baths , which supposedly will purify and anihilliate their sins...More
It is amazing to see the improved atmosphere and infrastructure with clean and cold water of ganges, Specially the vow to keep the ganga clean is included in prayers and awareness is being created that every citizen is responsible to keep the ganga clean
Holy dip at Har Ki Pauri is purely divine experience. But, that doesn't stops you from enjoying the moment. It's always crowded in the evening/ early morning hours, so avoid that. Timings between 10AM-4PM are more ideal as per my experience. No cloth changing facility...More
The Sun slowly descended into the western sky, the shadows lengthened gradually, the silhouette of the green hills on the opposite bank still looked radiant in the afternoon Sun. Little Vian and Upamanyu made paper boats, gently releasing them in the stream. A group of...More
There is something very mystic about this place, you can feel the divinity everywhere. Despite the crowd you can feel a sense of calm watching the flowing ganga, numerous people taking holy dips, performing poojas, the temple bells... Announcements etc all add to the charm...More
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Delhi to Haridwar is about 5hrs by road or 3 hrs by train, either option is good. Haridwar to Rishikesh is about 1 hr by road. You can visit all the places you would want to at Rishikesh in half a day and come back to... More
Delhi to Haridwar is about 5hrs by road or 3 hrs by train, either option is good. Haridwar to Rishikesh is about 1 hr by road. You can visit all the places you would want to at Rishikesh in half a day and come back to Haridwar by evening to witness the aarti at Har ki Pauri.