Yoga in Haridwar





Yoga in Haridwar or to be precise the unparallel Yoga Ashrams of the city is an integral part of the Haridwar culture. Located beside the holy river Ganga, the Yoga Ashrams in Haridwar are the ideal places for the spiritually inclined people and also for the health conscious crowd.

Yoga is one of the most popular sciences to treat mental, physical and emotional illnesses. This form of science is purely Indian and over the years it has gained popularity throughout the world. Some of the famous Yoga Ashrams of Haridwar are:

  • Divya Yog Mandir
  • Kripalu Bagh Ashram
  • Bhaj Govindam
  • Sahajayoga Center

    The Divya Yog Mandir and Kripalu Bagh Ashram are blessed with the patronage of the great Yoga Guru of modern times - Swami Ramdevji Maharaj, fondly called Baba Ramdev. These organizations have been established to popularize the tremendous illness curing potential of Yoga.

    The religious fairs in Haridwar are visited by millions of devotees, tourists and also by thousands of Sadhus and Sanysis. Many of these monks are expert in Yoga and sought after by the followers.



    Last Updated on 17th Oct 2012

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