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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.
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.
Mansi Alpha
Saurabh Bagakar
Triveni GhatThis was the starting point of our trip of spiritual journey.Here we stand beside the river bank and everywhere you can see people with spiritual beliefs. No matter you believe in spirituality or no you will find peace with flowing water and chanting.
It feels great when you get the chance to live in the city you love the most. It's the place I call Home. The place which provides this plethora of beautiful views of Mountains and river Ganga. The shadow of green mountains falls so beautifully on the river to take me away from all the worries.This is something I enjoy being at.Give yourself a chance to be there and let it just take you away.Enjoy this journey. Let's get started.
Siva Ilankumaran
My solo trip ended enjoying an impromptu concert played by budding artists on viewer’s request in the banks of Ganges.