Religious tours from Haridwar take the tourists to various sacred corners spread across the length and breadth of the place. Be it ashrams and the temples or be it the Ghats and melas, Haridwar boasts of an infinite array of locations enriched with divine powers.
The tour from Haridwar to Kankhal temple provides the pilgrims an opportunity to visit the holy temples of Birbhadreshwar and Deksheshwar. Whereas while going to Piran Kaliar from Haridwar one can view the ancient tomb which is visited by people of all religions.
The temple of Neelkanth Mahadev is yet another important part of Haridwar religious tours which is known to be the place where Lord Siva consumed the entire venom during sagar manthan. People visiting Deoprayag from Haridwar often get enchanted with the perennial beauty of Bhagirathi and Alakananda rivers. There are several other temples also in Deoprayag.
Bhimgoda Kund is a religious place of Haridwar where it is believed that Bhim – one of Pandava brothers - drew water from the rocks with only one hoof of his horse. The headwork and the tank of Bhimgoda are its main attractions.
The Anandamayi Ma Ashram is one of the ancient religious sites of Haridwar which is famous for the fine blend of spirituality and self-devotion towards the Almighty. Anandamayi Ma spent her last days of her life in this very Ashram of Haridwar.
There are many other equally revered places of religious significance in Haridwar that collectively adds to the sacred enrichment of the place. People from India and other parts of the world who have an inclination towards the religious charm of Haridwar frequently visit the place.
All the tours from Haridwar offer an incredible scope to the pilgrims to feel the enigmatic and divine aura of this historically and religiously rich city.
The links to Religious tours from Haridwar are listed below:
- Haridwar to Kankhal Temple
- Haridwar to Piran Kaliar
- Haridwar to Neelkanth Mahadev
- Haridwar to Deoprayag
- Haridwar Bhimgoda Kund
- Haridwar to Anandmayi Ma Ashram
Last Updated on 17th Oct 2012