Delhi Pickup at Delhi airport / Delhi Station drive to Haridwar . Midway you will stop for refreshment. And you will reach to Haridwar, Haridwar is an ancient city and important Hindu pilgrimage site in North India's Uttarakhand state, where the River Ganges exits the Himalayan foothills.Upon arrival Haridwar Visit to Har ki Pauri : This sacred Ghat was constructed by King Vikramaditya (1st century BC) in memory of his brother Bharthari. It is believed that Bharthari came to Haridwar and meditated on the banks of the holy Ganges. The most sacred ghat within Har Ki Pauri is Brahmakund. The evening prayer (Aarti) at dusk offered to Goddess Ganga at Har Ki Pauri (steps of God Hara or Shiva) is an enchanting experience for any visitor. Chandi Devi Temple : The temple is dedicated to Goddess Chandi, who sits atop the 'Neel Parvat' on the eastern bank of the river Ganges.
Lunch in Haridwar's Best Restaurant
After visiting Chandi Devi Temple you will be taken to a Haridwar's Best Restaurant to have lunch.
After lunch you will visit Mansa Devi Temple : Situated at the top of Bilwa Parwat, the temple of Goddess Mansa Devi, literally meaning the Goddess who fulfills desires (Mansa) especially because of the cable cars, which offer views of the city. The main temple houses two idols of the Goddess, one with three mouths and five arms, while the other one has eight arms.
Note: Cable Car cost payable by guest on actual
Maya Devi Temple: Dating to the 11th century, this ancient temple of Maya Devi, the Adhishthatri Devi (Patron Goddess) of Haridwar, is considered one of the Siddhapithas and is said to be the place where the heart and navel of Goddess Sati had fallen. It is one of few ancient temples still standing in Haridwar, along with Narayani Shila temple and Bhairav Temple.
Daksheswara Mahadev Temple: The ancient temple of Daksha Mahadev also known as Daksheshwar Mahadev Temple, is situated in the south Kankhal town. According to Hindu texts, King Daksha Prajapati, father of Dakshayani, Lord Shiva's first wife, performed a yagña, to which he deliberately did not invite Lord Shiva. When she arrived uninvited, he was further insulted by the king, seeing which Sati felt infuriated and self-immolated herself in the yagna kund. King Daksha was later killed by the demon Virabhadra, born out of Shiva's anger. Later the king was brought to life and given a goat's head by Shiva. Daksha Mahadev temple is a tribute to this legend.
Proceed back to Delhi
Finally you will proceed back to Delhi along with an impression of Haridwar and blessing of God’s making it an unforgettable and cherished image forever. On arrival at Delhi you will be dropped at your Hotel/place for your onward journey.