Blessings of Ganga in Haridwar with Rishikesh & Mussoorie

Blessings of Ganga in Haridwar

The advantage of undertaking such a tour package is that it allows you to enjoy a range of touristic experience in one go. Spiritually, adventure, romance, and natural beauty all came together in one to make this kind of tour package very appealing to tourists.

A trip to Haridwar, Rishikesh, or Mussoorie would be perfect for a long weekend getaway from Delhi.

This Haridwar – Rishikesh – Mussoorie package aims to offer you all these experiences at an affordable rate. The highlights of the package include the Ganga Arti at Haridwar, the river rafting adventures at Rishikesh, the shopping experiences at colonial Mussoorie, and much more.

Ganga Aarti is performed at Har Ki Pauri Ghat in Haridwar. Ganga Aarti in Haridwar is one of the most famous in Haridwar. Visit Haridwar is not complete if you have not seen its Ganga Aarti.

Meaning & Importance of Ganga Aarti

Ganga Aarti means prayer for River Ganga. Prayers are dedicated to gods and goddesses. River Ganga is not just a river in India, It is Divine Mother. River Ganga gives life in the form of water. The same water also removes sins when you take a dip in its holy water. River Ganga also gives liberation to souls. It’s not just a river but the whole culture itself. Historically millions of people are living on the bank of the river Ganga. For agriculture, her water is still precious for India. River Ganga is considered a goddess which was originally living in heaven. Saint Bhagirath made a long meditation to give liberation to his ancestors (reduced to ashes due to curse of sage Kapil). He was blessed with Ganga by gods. Lord Shiva held her to reduce her mighty flow. When Ganga flow on the remainings of ancestors of Bhagirath they got Moksha (Liberation from the cycle of death and rebirth). Following the same tradition still, Hindu people offer remainings of their dead relatives (after burning the body) to the river Ganga and expect the moksha for them. In the name of the saint, Bhagirath river Ganga is known as Bhagirathi at the source and gets name Ganga when it is meeting Alaknanda River at Devprayag. Since hundreds of years, people are considering river Ganga as a holy river and it became part of their life where they come to get moksha for their relatives which passed away and to remove their sins. The Ganga Aarti is kind of thanksgiving to River Ganga.

Mussoorie is famous as “The Queen of Hills”, Rishikesh is famous as “The Holy Abode of God” and our tour package is famous for offering you the delights of both Mussoorie and Rishikesh. On one hand, we allow you to enjoy the sight of the gushing Kempty falls, hill altitude Lal Tibba and well maintained Botanical Gardens of Mussoorie and on the other hand we make your soul rejuvenate by a visit to the pious ancient shrines of Rishikesh like Swargashram, Mansa and Chandi Devi Temple. Thus, you get the pleasure of two wonderful destinations in one tour package.

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