Jairam Ashram



Jairam Ashram is counted as one of the must visits in Haridwar. A prime spot of Haridwar district, Jairam Ashram is visited by huge number of tourists every year. There are excellent accommodation facilities at Jairam Ashram which helps in attracting more number of people in the place.

Haridwar is a major pilgrimage center nestled in the quaint and serene hills of Uttaranchal. The world-famous Kumbh Mela takes place in Haridwar, which is one of the four such locations where the event occurs. From Har-ki-Puri and the Ganges to the ancient temples and ashrams, Haridwar is rich with many religious and natural relics.

Jairam Ashram is one of the famous locations of Haridwar where people from different parts of India and world come very often. Housing many sculptures resembling the various characters of Hindu mythology, Jairam Ashram flaunts a magnificent heritage of the religious glory of Haridwar.

There are several other ashrams in Haridwar that are also visited by and thousands of tourists. Upholding the tradition of the sacred locations of Haridwar Jairam Ashram stands tall in the place.



Last Updated on 17th Oct 2012



     


     

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