Har Ki Pauri
Considered as one of the most sacred ghats in India, it is said that it was built by
Vikramaditya in memory of his brother Bhartrihari. The spectacular feature of this
ghat is the performing of Maha Aarti in evening shouldn't give a miss. Many
devotees gather here and the they chant hymns. Pilgrims take a holy deep in Ganga
on the sacred occasionof Kumbh Mela. Gangeshwar temple one of the eminent
temples of Haridwar is located near Har Ki Pauri.
Mansa Devi Temple
Manda Devi is an ancient temple and is dedicated to Mansa Devi. Located at
Bilwa Parwat, it is accessible by foot or by a ropeway trolley. It is considered as
one of the famous Siddha Peetha temples. It is belief that Mansa Devi has
originated from the mind of Saint Kashyap and is considered as the wife of Nag
Haridwar Darshan- an abode of temples
Mahadev Temple in Haridwar - Daksh Mahadev Mandir, Bilkeshwar Mahadev
Mandir, Nealeshwar Temple, Tilbhandeshwar Temple, Gupteshwar Temple, Guri-
Shankar Temple, Daridra Banjan Temple, Dukh Banjan Temple, Dandi-Kundi
Soda Temple etc.
Devi Temple in Haridwar - Maya Devi Temple, Chandi Devi, Mansa Devi,
Sureshwari Devi, Veshno Mata Temple, Vasnti Devi Temple, Vidh-Vashni Devi
Major Ashram in Haridwar - Shantikunj Ashram, Prem Nagar Ashram, Saptrishi
Ashram, Bhuma Neketan Ashram, Dudha Dahari Ashram, Jai Ram Ashram,
Panjali Yoga Peeth Ashram, Shankar Ashram, Jalandhar Ashram, Bhola Giri
This temple is the house of 24 images of Gayatri Mata. It is famous among the
Gayatri devotees all over India. Shanti Kunj is also a famous Yoga Center.
Bahrat Mata Temple
This temple is dedicated to Indian mythological and cultural history. It is large
eight storey structure built in 1983 by Satyamitranand Giri. Each floor is dedicated
to historical person, dietes, leaders and heroes who played vital role in Indian
history. The first floor of the temple has a statue of Bharat Mata or Mother India
with a map of India on raised platform. Fifth floors is also used as assembly hall.
The temple was built in 1929 A.D. By the King of Kashmir Suchat Singh. It is
located on the top of the Neel Parbat gives a splendid view of Haridwar. It is said
that Adi Shankracharya established the main statue here in 8th century. It is
accessible from 3 km path from the Chandi Ghat and from ropeway from the near
Gauri Shankar Temple.