Ganga Aarti Ceremony (Haridwar, India) Reviews
Description:Religious ceremony celebrated throughout India
Newest Review: ... out where to go and then went wandering, trying to get a feel for the layout of the city before returning to watch the big event. The Har Ki Pauri is an area in the centre of Haridwar where the Ganges river appears to have been diverted along a narrower canal. This makes the water calmer and less dangerous than in the main river area, gives more bank from which to approach the water and also ... more
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by - written on 08/03/11 (Very useful, 74 readings)
~Hard Core Religious Tourism~ We arrived in Haridwar after a 40 minute drive from the smaller town of Rishikesh. My sister Aileen and her girlfriend Joyce were reluctant to leave Rishikesh, having discovered the delights of shopping and banana pancakes and the peace and quiet of our riverside location. We bundled them into the car and dragged them to Haridwar before they got too holy and signed up for a life of yoga and meditation. I lured them with the promise (based on only the sketchiest reading of my guidebook) that Haridwar would be just as fascinating. Our hotel was about 4 km from the main city centre so once we'd settled in, packed our mosquito ... Read the complete review
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