As we came out of the Ghat vicinity at Haridwar, we reached at the nearest bus stand from there we were told we will get our bus to Hrishikesh.
Bus arrived we stepped in it and got our tickets, which charged us 35Rs.(each) from Haridwar to Hrishikesh. This bus is more of like the 'low floor' buses that used to run in 'Delhi and Jaipur'. Haridwar and Hrishikesh are the two most nearest cities of Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand.
Enroute to Hrishikesh, we have also seen the Patanjali Ashram and AIIMS Hrishikesh, apart from this the whole route was covered with greenery and mountainous view which was fantastic to see.
As we were in bus and we were not using our phones to save its battery, I and a friend of mine we both started chatting with a localide about the devastating flood of 2013 which many believe was a Mother Nature's action, against, the faulty actions of humans towards nature. So as we were chatting the bus conductor said " tourists come here to enjoy, to pray, to spend quality time but the amount of waste they generate wantedly or unwantedly directly affect the nature, as you know that's why the government even running the 'Namami Gange Project' and other schemes to clean India, And now when the Mother Nature tired of our misbehavior she taught us a lesson (about the 2013 flood)" at that moment I really didn't know how to react as we were also knowingly or not spread waste around. So I learnt a good lesson en-route Hrishikesh that "Don't throw waste in the open and put it in dustbins and if you don't find one put it in your bag and drop it in a dustbin when you find one."