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Har ki Pauri

Jai Ganga Maa Har Ki Pauri is a well known ghat on the banks of the Ganges in Haridwar in Uttarakhand state in India. This worshipped spot is the real historic point of the sacred city of Haridwar. Truly, "Har" signifies Ruler Shiva who is said to be a god according to the school named Shaivite Rishav School of Hindu religious philosophy. The Ruler Shiva and Lord Vishnu are said to have gone to the Brahmakund in Har Ki Pauri in the Vedic times. There is an expansive foot shaped impression said to have a place with Lord Vishnu on a stone wall. It is believed that it is the exact spot where the Ganges leaves the mountains and enters the fields. The ghat is on the west bank of Ganges channel through which the Ganges is redirected just toward the north. Har Ki Pauri is likewise the range where a huge number of travelers unite and the celebrations begin amid the Kumbha Mela, which happens at regular intervals.
हर की पौड़ी : हरकी पौड़ी ब्रह्मकुंड घाट के नाम से भी जाना जाता है। रोज शाम महाआरती के दौरान यहां का दृश्य देखने लोग दूर-दूर से आते हैं। यहां स्नान करना बेहद पुण्यकारी माना जाता है। यह हरिद्वार में सबसे खास घाट पाना जाता है। क्योंकि मान्यता है कि यही पर समुंद्र मंथन के दौरान अमृत की बुँदे कलश से छलक कर गिरी थीं। कहा जाता है कि यहाँ पर डुबकी लगाने से करोड़ों जन्मों का पुण्य प्राप्त होता है। और मोक्ष की प्राप्ति भी होती है।
Raj Srivastav
We were just in time for the Ganga aarti, which started around 5:40 PM as the Sun was setting. Even in January, there was so much crowd, no wonder people can't catch a single glimpse of the aarti in peak season. We found a lucky spot with a direct view of the aarti just in front of the temple. We stayed there for some more time after aarti as the crowd had dispersed within minutes. Some of us even took bath at the ghat.Tip: If you want to carry Gangajal for home, better fill it from Rishikesh. Water in Haridwar may not be so clean as people take baths across the entire ghat.
Rashi Jain
Though Rishikesh is only 35km away from Haridwar, Journey took almost 2 hours mainly due to bad road conditions. Regardless it was scenic and our cab driver was fun to talk to. He shared many interesting narratives about the greatness of both these towns.It was about 2 pm when we reached our Hotel in Rishikesh. We stayed at Hotel EllBee Ganga View. It’s located near the trinity ghat. From the staff’s hospitality to the room’s cleanliness, there isn’t anything I didn’t like about this Hotel. Will recommend it.
Hey everyone! I went on a trip with a group from Gurgaon - Unite Strangers. On this trip me and my friend Manik, we traveled as videographers and got a chance to capture the whole trip on our cameras. The best part about this one is, we captured the morning Ganga Aarti at Har-ki-puri. Here’s our experience of the Aarti. This is the first video of the Unite Strangers series. Series of 2 videos. I hope you guys enjoy this.Subscribe to my channel and press the bell button to stay notified about my new videos! ✨ You could also follow me on Instagram for more current updates and behind the scenes action. ????-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------I’M SUPER ACTIVE ON SOCIAL MEDIA (especially Instagram) SO LET’S CHAT THERE! :D✭ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thebeatnikg...✭ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/anuja.pandey04✭ Twitter: https://twitter.com/anuja_pandey✭ Blog : http://www.thebeatnikgirl.com☀ Business email: thebeatnikgirl@gmail.com????Cameras I use:Canon 700DSamsung Note8
CA Hemraj Jadhav
On 24/05/2019 we reached at Haridwar and booked the room at “Kali Kamali Ashram” and after getting fresh we first booked the Cab for our “Chardham Yatra” but after discussion with visitors of Chardham we decided to explore only Gangotri, Kedarnath and Badrinath. In the evening we visited “Har Ki Pauri” and take “Snan (Bath)” at Ghat area.