For every Hindu, India or abroad, ‘Haridwar’ or ‘Hari ka Dwar’ is where their God resides in the form of flowing and gurgling River Ganga. The auspiciousness and religious sanctity of Haridwar cannot be described through mere words. Millions of visitors, pilgrims and devotees throng this town during the time of the Kumbh Mela. It’s a mayhem, whose organization itself has been studied by researchers worldwide. Mythology has it that during the ‘Samudra Manthan’ by the Gods and the Asurs, this is where one of the droplets of Amrit dropped. Haridwar is thus, believed to provide ‘moksha’ or eternal tranquillity to its visitors. It is one of the ‘Saptapuris’ or the seven holiest places for Hindus. If you wish to visit River Ganga in Haridwar, your best option is to book a seat in the Sehgal transport’s Delhi to Haridwar Volvo Bus.
Apart from Haridwar Ganga, there are many other places to visit in Haridwar as well. Your tentative itinerary shall include: