In Rishikesh, visitors can experience two very different worlds: famous shrines along with breathtaking views, and exhilarating adventure sports. Take part in the majestic Ganga aarti in the evening, then finish your trip with some adventure and also you can enjoy a morning of rejuvenating meditation and yoga. Rishikesh is the centre of yoga for the vast majority of tourists, and it is also called Yoga capital. Here are five locations in Rishikesh that you must visit if you intend to do so soon.
White water rafting may be done in Kaudiyala, a small town close to Rishikesh. Thus, if you're considering a trip to Rishikesh, don't overlook including this location in your plan. Cross the Ganga River via raft. As you raft along the rapid river, take in the pure beauty of the Himalayan Mountains.
The confluence of the Ganga, Yamuna, and Saraswati rivers is known as Triveni Ghat is considered to be one of Rishikesh's famous ghats. Visit this place to take in Rishikesh's spiritual magnificence. Twice daily, during the sunrise and sunset, is the MahaArti which you can enjoy and find inner peace. Maha-Arti is observed year-round with tremendous enthusiasm and commitment, despite huge crowds.
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The Beatles Ashram
The Maharishi Mahesh Yogi Ashram rose to fame after the Beatles stopped by this serene area. The tranquilly this place offers will enchant you. Visitors to this site are said to feel a unique energy that enlightens them to the genuine strength and significance of faith.
On the banks of River Ganga is where you can find Gita Bhawan. The beautiful Himalayas encircle it. It is a sizable building that serves as an institute where devotees can study Hinduism in depth and participate in a wide range of spiritual and cultural events. On your vacation to Rishikesh, you must spend a night at this free hostel. At the vast facility, more than a thousand tourists are housed each day.
Neelkanth Mahadev Temple
Twelve kilometres from the city of Rishikesh, Neelkanth Mahadev Temple is situated in the middle of a wilderness. It is one of the most renowned Shiva shrines of Hinduism. During the seasons of Shrawan and Shivratri, thousands of worshippers come to this place to worship Lord Shiva. The shrine's stunning architecture will surprise you.