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Ram Jhula

Ram Jhula Ram Jhula is an Iron Bridge in Rishikesh of Uttarakhand State. Ram Jhula is found three km. above the Rishikesh town. Ram Jhula is 450- Feet Bridge on the Ganges River. It connects the Shivananda Ashram to Swarg ashram space. Ram Jhula is landmark of the Rishikesh town. Ram Jhula was a dangling jute bridge (without pillar). The bridge was created by the general public works department. The govt. designed Ram Jhula with facilitate from the Sivananda Ashram Divine Life Society). The Ram Jhula was in-built 1980. Ram is additionally referred to as Shivananda Jhula. Sivananda Ashram is one among the foremost celebrated ashram in Rishikesh. Ram Jhula conjointly features a busy market on either side. You’ll be able to get gems, precious and semi-precious stones, knickknacks, clothes, puja items, CDs and tapes. There are retailers for the non secular product, ayurvedic medicines, caps, Nehru jackets, kurtas, trousers tunic, sarees and jewelry, bangles on the slim streets.
Early in morning (at 4 a.m) I reached at Ram Jhula , wrapped around in a fog. Sitting on a river rock, watching the calm flow of the Ganga by sound of arti from a temple nearby and see the beautiful sunrise. Then we are go for rafting 1st time , I was very excited and I had a little fear in my mind . But I enjoy the rafting and one advanture add on my bucket .13:00: Lunch at Local food stall in Ram Jhula.14:00: Check in Hotel at Tapovan.In the evening I walked around the Tapovan local market and bought some clothes .Enjoy the beautiful dinner at VJ's by ganges in Tapovan with the cold breeze of the Ganga, the moon hangs in the night sky , sound of music creep . I count the memories🌸
Mrigakshi Chetia
RAM JHULA:Early Morning we decided to go for a walk from resort to our first destination- RAM JHULA. The distance was just 1.3km away and took us 20mins to reach. The best part, there was almost no crowd in the spot. The JHULA is about 2kms long allows just two wheeler vehicles. Just like big brother to Laxman, it is also bigger in size.
Abhishek Gupta
After exploring the magic of life on the raft, it was time to go on foot again. Next destination was Ram Jhula and we booked our hotel near to that. After taking rest we explore Ram Jhula is a suspension bridge connecting two banks of Rishikesh and is one of the iconic landmark of city. It is mostly crowded as both pedestrian and motorbikes use the bridge at same time and one can always feels its vibration.
Cafe Omkar and the adjoining lodges;Located in Swarg Ashram, Rishikesh you find an array of cheap accomodations and Hippy cafes. Of which my favourite is Cafe Omkar. With rooms/dorms available for as cheap as Rs. 300 and cafes providing a place to chill and reflect back. You can spend hours in these cafes and eat a full meal for just Rs. 150.
Money Sharma
Rishikesh-The City: On the 2nd day, we chose to stroll around the city. We then visited Ram Jhoola, which is an iron suspension bridge similar to Laxman Jhoola located across the river Ganges. The bridge has numerous Hindu ashrams and religious centers surround it.