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Hello Shraddha , There are many temples, ghats , ashrams there in rishikesh Beatles ashram, parmarth niketan are the best , you can go for white sand Goa beach in rishikesh near laksman jhoola there are 2 hidden waterfall in rishikesh neer waterfall & Patna waterfall you can try your hands in river rafting & bungy jumping try to get your accomodation near laksman jhoola or ahead ๐Ÿ™
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Rishikesh is holy City of the Uttrakhand. One can Visit Ghats, Ashrams in Rishikesh. Rishikesh is Also famous for River Rafting
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Hello, There are many things to do in Rishikesh, India, which is known as the "Yoga Capital of the World." Some popular activities include: 1. Yoga and meditation classes: Rishikesh is home to many yoga ashrams and centers where you can take classes and learn about the ancient practice. 2. River rafting: The Ganges River in Rishikesh is a popular spot for white-water rafting. 3. Visit temples: Rishikesh is home to many ancient temples, such as the Parmarth Niketan and the Trimbakeshwar Temple, which are popular with spiritual seekers. 4. Take a dip in the Ganges: Many people come to Rishikesh to take a dip in the holy Ganges River, which is said to purify the soul. 5. Explore the Beatles Ashram: The Beatles visited Rishikesh in 1968 to study Transcendental Meditation and graffiti the walls of the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi's ashram 6. Bungee jumping and zip lining : Rishikesh is also known for adventure sports like bungee jumping and zip lining. 7. Cultural and spiritual tours: Rishikesh is a holy city and has many spiritual tours that include visits to temples, ashrams and spiritual discourses. 8. Visit Rajaji National Park: It is a protected area in Uttarakhand, northern India, and is known for its rich variety of flora and fauna. 9. Go for a walk on the Ram Jhula and Laxman Jhula: These iconic iron bridges that connect the banks of the Ganges, are must-visit spots for tourists. 10.Shop for souvenirs: Rishikesh is famous for its Tibetan and Hindu souvenirs, such as malas, singing bowls, and brass statues of Hindu deities
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