Know why? Haridwar proves to be more than a spiritual destination

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Considered travelling to one of the holiest places in India, Haridwar is believed to be the Gateway to the Gods. Lakhs of devotee’s flock at Haridwar to wash their sins and seek blessings from the divine Goddess Ganga.

Luxury stay

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Inimitable in concept and execution, Gangasadan is a luxury hotel situated near the banks of the holy river Ganges. In an area, wherein you step into culture, spirituality and the legend of the Gods, bringing you closure to spirituality with world class accommodation that confer style and gracious living.

Lakhs of devotees gather near the ghat to take a dip in the holy river Ganga to wash away their sins and seek blessings from the Goddess Ganga. 

Delicious food

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Haridwar has some of the most interesting and delicious dishes, which includes home-made munduwa ki roti and aloo- jhol. And of course, there are also the street food that can be your meal.

Enjoy the samosas and suji ka halwa, khasta kachoris and chole- puri. Don’t forget to enjoy the rabri, which is very cheap for a delicious desert.

 Adventure everywhere

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You get ample amount of choices when it comes to adventure. Several locations around Haridwar offer white- water rafting experiences. There is also India’s tallest bungee jumping, just 20 km away from Rishikesh. And there is also the beautiful Rajaji national park and tiger reserve, only a few km away from Haridwar town.It is over 820 sq km across the Shivaliks, located near the foothills of Himalayas. The forest is full of diverse wild animals and birds and various type of vegetation.

Take on a jeep safari and enjoy the nature out in the wild.

The Gujjar village

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The word Haridwar actually means the gateway to the Gods. Living around this gateway city of the Gods is an experience you would cherish for a life time. It opens the door to some of the most interesting adventures.

Here, you can find the proud race of cattle herders who live in huts entirely without doors. Visiting a Gujjar village will likely allow you to know the lifestyle, traditions and the fierce independent nature of the villagers.

 

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