Nice and curious place. Monkeys, cows, people, motorbikes, all at the same time in this place. Here you taste the real flavour of India
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It was raining incessantly the morning we planned to leave Aligarh by a taxi for Lakshman Jhoola. When the rain did not stop my wife and I still began or journey on the flooded streets of Aligarh at mid-day. On reaching Ramjhoola ( 2 kilometers...More
What was amazing was that not only people were crossing this narrow bridge, but cows and scooters were crossing as well.
There is nothing heart here as it's only a bridge but River Ganga looks so beautiful from here. Also Laxman Jhula is photogenic , one can get a good memory here. Nearby places are more attractive likes temples, cafe etc.
A major attaraction of Rishikesh, linked to mythological times, awesome view of Ganga river on this bridge, yet one needs to be careful of the monkeys.
Nothing great - its just a high traffic pedestrian connection between 2 banks of the river. You cannot chill or take photos due to high volume of people and cows on the bridge. Made worse by 2-wheelers trying to cross too