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Ganga  Aarti

Every evening as dusk descends and the last rays of the sun are reflected on the pristine waters of the holy Ganges, hundreds of devotees gather reverently in prayer, songs, chants and rituals. Thousands of oil lamps are offered to the Ganges during this ceremony and can be seen floating on the calm waters. Time stops, as one forgets all stresses, strains and unites with the universe in an encompassing spirit of undisturbed joy and reverence. Watching the crimson sun go down and dusk take over, unmistakably brings serenity and tranquillity, within and without.

Rajaji National  Park

Rajaji National Park is known for its pristine scenic beauty, rich bio-diversity and as a paradise for nature lovers and wildlife enthusiasts. In the year 1983, three sanctuaries were amalgamated together to form a large protected area and named Rajaji National Park after the famous freedom fighter Late Sri C. Rajgopalachari, popularly known as ‘Rajaji’. Currently the national park is spread over 820.42 sq.km. and possesses as many as 23 species of mammals and 315 species of birds. A visit to the Rajaji National Park is one of the most cherished experiences in Rishikesh.

Beatles   Ashram

Rishikesh is renowned as the yoga capital of the world. It is also a destination, most revered to be a place for meditation and spiritual peregrination.

In 1968 members of the legendary rock band ‘The Beatles’ visited Maharishi Mahesh Yogi to learn transcendental meditation. The ashram they stayed in has hitherto been named the Beatles Ashram.

Sivananda  Ashram

The Sivananda Ashram is a religious centre that is maintained and administered by the Divine Life Society, Rishikesh. It hosts profound discourses on yoga & meditation and also hosts various cultural, spiritual conferences and training sessions. The form of yoga taught at the ashram is Hatha Yoga. It emphasizes on proper breathing (Pranayama), exercise (Asanas), relaxation (Savasana), diet (vegetarian), positive thinking and meditation (Vedanta & Dhyana). The ashram is a peaceful retreat for people who want to indulge in mindful soul-searching away from the hustle & bustle of modern life.

Laxman   Jhula

Lakshman Jhula is a suspension bridge across the river Ganges, located 5 kilometres (3 mi) north-east of the city of Rishikesh in the Indian state of Uttarakhand. The bridge connects the two villages of Tapovan in Tehri Garhwal district, on the west bank of the river, to Jonk in Pauri Garhwal district, on the east bank. Lakshman Jhula is a pedestrian bridge that was also used by motorbikes. Despite its location on the outskirts of the city, it is one of the iconic landmarks of Rishikesh. A larger bridge 2 kilometres (1.2 mi) downstream from Lakshman Jhula is Ram Jhula.

Parmarth   Niketan

Parmarth Niketan is a true spiritual haven, lying on the holy banks of Mother Ganga in the lap of the lush Himalayas. It is the largest ashram in Rishikesh, providing its thousands of pilgrims who come from all corners of the Earth with a clean, pure and sacred atmosphere as well as abundant, beautiful gardens. With several hundred rooms, the facilities are a perfect blend of modern amenities and traditional, spiritual simplicity. Parmarth Niketan is located in Swargashram, on the main road, just on the banks of the sacred Ganges River.

Triveni  Ghat

Triveni Ghat is a ghat situated in Rishikesh, Uttarakhand. It is the biggest and most famous ghat in Rishikesh at the banks of Ganges. Triveni Ghat remains overcrowded with devotee to take ritual baths to get cleansed from their sins. It is believed that the ghat was visited by Lord Krishna when he got hurt by the arrow of Jara – a hunter. Being the most venerated ghat in Rishikesh, Triveni Ghat is even used by devotees to perform the last rites and rituals of their loved ones. The ghat is famed for the Ganga aarti performed to the chants of Vedic hymns. The sight of oil leaves, filled with diya and petals, which are released by devotees, floating on the pristine Ganga and the traditional aarti is a sight to behold. On the bank of Triveni Ghat, one can visit the Gita Mandir and Lakshminarayan Temple. Dawn boat ride along the Ganges is a must on a short tour to Triveni Ghat.

Ram   Jhula

Ram Jhula (राम झूला) is an iron suspension bridge across the river Ganges, located 3 kilometres (1.9 mi) north-east from the town Rishikesh in the Indian state of Uttarakhand. The bridge connects the Sivananda Nagar area of Muni Ki Reti in Tehri Garhwal district to Swargashram in Pauri Garhwal district crossing the river from west to east. Built in the year 1986, the bridge is one of the iconic landmarks of Rishikesh.

Shri Bharat   Mandir

Situated in the heart of the city Shri Bharat Mandir is the most ancient and the most famous temple. The history of the temple is the history of Hrishikesh indeed. The glory of this ancient temple is described in Kedar Khand (Vide Chapters 115 to 120)In the seventeenth Manavavtar, Lord Vishnu pleased by the hard penance of Raibhya rishi Himself said "I will reside here for ever as Hrishikesh Narayan and this place will be known as Hrishikesh." Those who worshiped me as Varah in Satyug, as Parashuram in Treta Yug, Vaman in Dwapar and Bharat in Kaliyug are certainly entitled for liberation.