October 3, 2022



Haridwar Tourism “Gateway to God”

If you are looking to indulge in the spiritual journey of Uttarakhand, then Haridwar is a must visit for you. It is one of the holiest cities in the country, and has a history that dates back over 3,000 years. It has a rich history of religious culture, rituals and traditions. The town is home to many Hindu temples, which are dedicated to various Hindu gods and goddesses. The city has many places that are important not only from a religious point of view but also from an architectural and cultural point of view. The state of Uttarakhand is blessed with many such cities, but Haridwar holds a special place in the hearts of all Indians. Even a small walk through the city will make it clear why it is a tourist destination. Haridwar gives one an insight of the history that is hidden in every nook and cranny of the city. The city has many attractions of its own which will leave you stunned.

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Haridwar is a holy place for Hindus, especially for millions of devotees of Lord Shiva. Every year in the months of April to June, at least twelve million devotees come on pilgrimage to this town to take a holy dip in the sacred Ganges river. It is also considered one of the four "dhams" or spiritual hubs in India. The other three are Yamunotri, Gangotri and Kedarnath.

By Air : The nearest airport is the Jolly Grant Airport Dehradun. It is around 22km from Haridwar and can be easily reached by cabs and buses.

By Train : Haridwar Railway station is located in the heart of the city. The railway station offers direct trains from all over India.

By Road : A number of buses and cabs are available to reach Haridwar from big cities such as Delhi, Dehradun, Chandigarh, etc.

There are many reasons to visit Haridwar but the most important reason is to see the holy river Ganges. The Ganges is the most sacred river in India and it's visit is a pilgrimage for millions of Hindus.

All over town there are colorful temples dedicated to different forms of Lord Shiva, and for the non-Hindu, It is a great place to enjoy Indian culture and food.


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