2 Days Trip to Haridwar & Rishikesh from Delhi

Trip to Haridwar and Rishikesh from Delhi is very popular among Hindu religionists, as they include the Ganga, the Har Ki Pauri, the Chandi Devi, Shanty Kunj Gayatri Parivar and many more. Together they're a popular destination with the Hindu faith.
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The nation is packed with religious and romantic credibility destinations that are equally important. Trip to Haridwar and Rishikesh from Delhi is very popular among Hindu religionists, as they include the Ganga, the Har Ki Pauri, the Chandi Devi, Shanty Kunj Gayatri Parivar and many more. Together they’re a popular destination with the Hindu faith.

The most adventurous thing about Rishikesh is to stand over the Lakshman Jhoolan bridge, which passes between the 2 mountains. Haridwar Rishikesh trip overnight from Delhi to private vehicles, coaches or bus stations.

 

Here we discuss 2 days trip to Haridwar and Rishikesh From Delhi Step By Step:

Day 1: Delhi to Haridwar

Har K Pauri, Haridwar

The travel begins in the early morning with a taxi or coach from Delhi. It takes about 6 to 7 hours to reach Haridwar. Around 220 km by road from Delhi to Haridwar.

 

First Stop: Chandi Devi Temple

Chandi Devi Temple

Chandi Devi is a temple in the holy town of Haridwar in the Indian state of Uttarakhand, devoted to Goddess Chandi Devi. The temple is located in the east of the Sivalik mountains, on the southernmost chain of the Himalayas, in front of the Neel Parvat.

 

Second Stop: Mansa Devi Temple

Mansa Devi Temple

Haridwar Mansa Devi Temple is a Hindu temple devoted to Mansa Devi Goddess in Haridwar, a holy town in India’s Uttarakhand. The temple is situated in the southmost mountain range of the Himalayas on top of the Bilwa Parvat.

 

Third Stop: Ganga Aarti at Haridwar

Ganga Aarti at Haridwar

Ganga Aarti is a holy prayer that is held in Har Ki Pauri ghat in Haridwar at the bank of the Ganga Holy River. It is a rite of light and sound where the priests pray with bowls from fire and rings of the temple balls and introduce visitors and devotees from around the world.

 

In the area is the store, which sells all traditional products and crafts at a reasonable rate. Shopping and dinner would be available here.

 

Day 2: Haridwar to Rishikesh

Ganga Aarti at Haridwar

It is 20 km to Rishikesh from Haridwar and 1 hour approx. The ‘Gateway to the Garhwal Himalayas’ is also known as Rishikesh.

Rishikesh is the first to be named ‘twin national heritage cities’ in India along with Haridwar. The “Yoga City of the World” is also known as Rishikesh, which has many yoga centres that draw visitors.

 

First Stop: Ram Jhula, Rishikesh

Ram Jhula, Rishikesh

Ram Jhula is a bridge of iron suspension over the Ganges river 3 km northeast of the village of Rishikesh, in Uttarakhand, an Indian state.

 

Second Stop: Lakshman Jhula Bridge, Rishikesh

Lakshman Jhula Bridge, Rishikesh

Lakshman Jhola is a road bridge over the river Ganges, situated 5 kilometres north-east of the city of Rishikesh in the Indian state of Uttarakhand. The bridge links the two villages of Tapovan in Tehri Garhwal district, on the west side of the river, to Jonk in Pauri Garhwal district, on the east bank.

 

Third Stop: Parmarth Niketan Ashram

Parmarth Niketan Ashram

Parmarth Niketan is an ashram situated in Rishikesh. Parmarth Niketan located in the lap of the green Himalayas, on the banks of the Ganges. Pujya Swami Shukdevanandji Maharaj established the ashram in 1942.

 

Fourth Stop: The Beatles Ashram

The Beatles Ashram

Beatles Ashram is also named Chaurasi Kutia, an ashram in the state of Uttarakhand near the north Indian city of Rishikesh. It sits on the eastern banks of the river Ganges, on the foothills of the Himalayas opposite the Rishikesh Muni Ki Reti.

 

The Ashram Beatles and visit Rishikesh’s local markets. Before going back to Delhi, enjoy your lunch in Rishikesh. Back to Delhi and stay at your Delhi hotel.

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