A city that is accepted to have its roots in Hindu folklore, Haridwar is an ancient place of utmost importance to all the Hindus. Lose yourself in the peacefulness that encompasses the Ganges around dawn or watch the captivating evening aarti. Other than its religious noteworthiness, Haridwar has a quick developing focus on yoga, reflection and Ayurvedic hones. Your visit to Haridwar is sure to be once in a lifetime experience. Here are some interesting places to visit in and around Haridwar.
1) Patanjali Yogpeeth | Divya Yog Mandir
Patanjali Yogpeeth in Uttaranchal is a standout amongst the most well-known Yoga establishments in the world. The foundation has been set up for treatment and research in Yoga and Ayurved and has international recognition. It gladly includes world's biggest outpatient department or OPD which will oblige 6 to 10 thousand patients consistently. The head organization is situated on the Delhi-Haridwar National Highway, in closeness to Bahadrabad.
Attracting spiritual seekers and adventure enthusiasts for a long time now, Rishikesh is also known as the Gateway to the Garhwal Himalayas. Adventure enthusiasts will love the place since it is situated in the foothills of Himalayas. Sprawling Himalayan ranges are located on either side of the Ganga River are sure to mesmerize you. Involve yourself in some adventure activities here which include rafting, kayaking, rock climbing, rappelling and hiking.
A perfect getaway amid the horrendous warmth of the late spring months, it is ideal for a short end of the week break. During the winter, snowfall begins towards the end of December and covers the lavish green scene in white. Walk around the shopping centre, go touring, visit the outskirts or make this a perfect picnic spot, Mussoorie assures to offer the best holiday.