Day trip to Haridwar
DELHI – HARIDWAR
Pick up from your hotel and drive to Haridwar. Arrive there at around 11:30 Hrs. On arrival you are met and taken to the sightseeing tour of Haridwar. Visiting sightseeing places during day trip to Haridwar from Delhi.
Haridwar Day Trip :
HAR – KI – PAURI – Haridwar
Har – Ki – Pauri is regarded as one of the major attractions of Haridwar. It is a sacred Ghat built by the then King Vikramaditya in the memory of his brother Bhartrihari. This sacred bathing Ghat is also known as Brahmakund. Thousands of devotees come here to take a holy dip in the river Ganga during the Kumbh Mela. Just near the Ghat is the Gangadwar Temple which is regarded as the most important temple of Haridwar
CHANDI DEVI – Haridwar
The Chandi Devi Temple, situated atop the Neel Parvat, gives a panoramic view of the entire Haridwar town. The temple was built in the year 1929 by the then king of Kashmir Suchat Singh. According to a legend, Adi Shankaracharya established the main statue here during the eighth century AD. You can either trek the 3 – km path to get to the temple from Chandi Ghat or take the ropeway that starts from the nearby Gauri Shankar Temple.
HARIDWAR city day trip
BHARAT MATA TEMPLE – Haridwar
The Bharat Mata Temple is a massive eight – storey structure consecrated in 1983. Each floor of the temple houses statues of different mythological and historical legends, religious deities, leaders and heroes who played important role in the formation of the modern India. The temple was founded by Swami Satyamitranand Giri. The first floor of the temple has the statue of Bharat Mata or Mother India with a map of India on a raised platform. Likewise, the other floors also contain renowned figures of Indian history and mythology while the fifth floor serves as the assembly hall. Let us check out some more attractions on a day trip to Haridwar from Delhi.
SHANTI KUNJ – Haridwar
Shanti Kunj is another place to visit while you are in Haridwar. It is the most important centre for the Gayatri followers all over India. The temple here houses 24 images of Gayatri. Shanti Kunj is also famous for yoga practices.
MAYA DEVI TEMPLE – Haridwar
The Maya Devi Temple holds great religious importance for the follower of Hindu religion. It is said that a vital part of Goddess Sati had fallen at this place during the process of divine dismemberment. The temple is also regarded as one of the Siddhapethas dedicated to the Adhisthatri Devi of Haridwar.
BAZAARS – Haridwar
Haridwar is also famous for its local bazaars or markets. The main Haridwar bazaar is a long, winding street, probably the oldest part of the town, free of all vehicular traffic. The road is no more than four yards wide. The shops spill over with sweets, pickles, bead necklaces, clay images of the gods, Shiva lingams, sacred texts, ritual designs, and pictures of the gods, gurus and gotamas in vibrant technicolour. You can also indulge in some items made of shells, pearls, rudraksha beads, and cane, jewellery like bangles, chains, ear and nose rings, etc.
In the evening, attend the grand AARTI of Goddess Ganga on the Ghat at Hari ki Pauri.
GANGA ARTI AT HARIDWAR
In the evening, attend the grand AARTI of Goddess Ganga on the Ghat at Hari ki Pauri. After ganga Arti Darhan, drive back to Delhi. Upon arrival in Delhi, transferred to your hotel.