Haridwar, a district in Uttarakhand is place where the river Ganges arrives in plain regions of north India after flowing 250kms from its origin Gaumukh. It is among the most sacred ancient cities of India. Sumptuous green forests and sparkling pure water of river Ganges with background of mountains creating the enchanting beauty of this holy city invites 1000s of tourists every year. Ghats looks striking as hundreds of deepaks (lamps) and marigold flowers glide and light up the river Ganges in evening hours. Visit the Rajaji National Park which is simply 10kms from Haridwar.
The place is an abundant source of Ayurvedic medications and herbal therapies. The entire Haridwar is alienated in various small areas such as Bhupatwala, Brahampuri, Devpura,HaipurKalan, Har Ki Pauri, Jwalapur, Mayapur, Motichur, Ranipur, and Shivalik Nagar. The world famous Kumbh Mela also takes place here in every 12 years. It can be visited any time in the year. Take part in Ganga Aarti, Yoga Sessions, and Meditation Sessions compulsorily when you are here. Pay visits to the Ashrams and attend lectures by Gurus to learn newer aspects of life. It is 30kms from Rishikesh, 90kms from Mussoorie and 220kms from Delhi.