Aug 12, 2017: Rishikesh, also known to be a holy city is a perfect destination to endeavor spirituality. It is one of the most sacred places in the country and what's enticing about this destination is its unique charm and religious culture.
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It is also perceived as a medium to attain moksha while practicing yoga in the embrace of nature in Rishikesh. Many tourists visit here every year in search of attaining peace and spirituality.
Places to visit in Rishikesh:
Ram jhoola bridge over Ganga river. Wikimedia Commons
It is a famous milestone in Rishikesh which is 450 ft length and connects two districts via the iron bridge over holy river Ganga at Rishikesh. This one is worth a watch!
A night arti click of holly river name as Ganga. Wikimedia Commons
The sight of Ganga Aarti is breathtaking and phenomenal as the holy river Ganga is worshipped at various Ghats. Ganga Aarti is also the heart of Rishikesh.
The photo is of Neelkanth Mahadev Temple near Rishikesh. Wikimedia Commons
Neelkanth is a holy temple of lord Shiva surmounted at the height of 1300 meters. The temple located 32 km far from Rishikesh, is known to be the sacred place where Lord Shiva consumed poison and placed it in his throat at the time of Samudra Manthan.
Triveni Ghat view at Rishikesh. Wikimedia Commons
Triveni Ghat is a sacred ghat popular for glimpsing Ganga Arti. Triveni has a spiritual whiff and outlasting ambiance.
Morning Yoga class at Parmarth Niketan, Muni Ki Reti. Wikimedia Commons
It is one of the top yoga centers in the country. Many tourists visit this place for spiritual healing, music therapy, exercises. The ashram is open to all irrespective of the race, color, gender, and religion. It also offers over 1000 rooms equipped with all the modern facilities.
Village near Haridwar. Wikimedia Commons
Byasi is a village situated on the outskirts of the river Ganga popularly known for adventurous water sport because of the constant flow of river Ganga.
Ghats on the Ganges near Parmarth Niketan, Muni Ki Reti. Wikimedia Commons
Muni ki Reti is another known pilgrimage for meditation and yoga. It has a literary meaning "sand of sages", denoted as a place where sages used to mediate during archaic times.
There is nothing as serene as connecting with the tranquility of Holy River and pilgrimage of Rishikesh to devise spirituality.