Temples in Haridwar
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- Ganga Aarti
About Temples in Haridwar
In Haridwar city you find temples everywhere in the city precincts. The temples in Haridwar are highly respected, here you will find small as well as big temple throughout the city. Most temples in Haridwar are dedicated to Vishnu or Mahadev Shiva. There are some temples in Haridwar that are tourist attraction due to their significance. Here you will find both national and international tourists and pilgrims. The famous temples to visit in Haridwar are Mansa Devi Temple, Pawan Dham Temple, Parmeshwar Mahadev Temple, Chanda Devi, Lal Mata Temple, Bharat Mata Temple, and Har Ki Pauri. You will find each temple with its own little mythological story and significance. Haridwar, Uttaranchal is one of the four Hindu pilgrimages in India. The Chaar Dham yatra, Kumbh mela and Kanwar yatra starts from the temples in Haridwar.
Visit temple in Haridwar:-
If you are in Haridwar to visit temples in Haridwar, the following guide will help you plan your spiritual vacation accordingly.
Mansa Devi temple: - The first temple to visit in Haridwar is of goddess Mansa devi. This temple is dedicated to Maa Mansa Devi; it is believed that Mansa devi emerged from the mind of great Sage Kashyapa. This goddess fulfills the wishes of her devotees. The temple is situated at bilva Parvat (Mountain). This is one of the famous temples visited by devotees and pilgrims. This temple is one of the seedh peeths in Haridwar.
Bahrat Mata Mandir: - This temple is dedicated to India; here India is imagined as a mother (Bharat Mata). Bharat Mata Mandir or Mother India temple is situated near the Sapt Rishi Asharam. This temple has 8 floors and each floor has various idols of different Gods, Goddesses, Kings, Leaders, and Revolutionists. It was inaugurated in 1983 by the late India Prime Minister Smt. Indira Gandhi. This temple is mostly visited by tourists.
Chandi Devi Temple: - this temple is dedicated to the Goddess Chandi Devi. It is believed that Goddess Parvati (Wife of Lord Shiva) killed demon Chand and Mund here. Goddess Parvati was changed to her destroyer avatar which is called Chandi. Thus this place is called Chandi devi temple, Chandi devi temple is located at the Neel Parvat. This temple is aone of the siddh peeths in Haridwar, where pilgrims sit and remember different gods.
Dakshewara Mahadev Temple: - this famous temple is dedicated to lord Shiva (Mahadev). This is also known as Dhaksha Temple or Dhaksha mandir. King Dhaksha was father of Mata Sati (First wife of Lord Shiva). This temple is situated in the toen named Kankhal. The temple is one of the most famous and ancient temples in Haridwar. In this temple millions of Shiv bhakts come here to celebrate Mahashivratri festival. This temple is the main attraction for the pilgrims on kanwar yatra.
Har ki Pauri: - This is temple is famous for ganga Aarti and sacred baths (snaan). Har means God and Pauri means foot prints, a mythological story says that lord Vishnu came here and his footprints can be seen here on the stone wall. People also visit Har ki Pauri for kumbh mela and aardh kumbh mela. This temple is located in the centre of Haridwar.
Other temples to visit here in Haridwar: -
There are few more temples you can visit in Haridwar which are Bilkeshwar temple, doodhadhari barfani temple, Gauri Shankar temple, Jain Temple, Mahamrityunjay Temple, Neeleshwar Temple, Pawan dham, Sati kund, Shri Yantra Temple, and sureshwari temple.
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FAQ's of Haridwar
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Yes, you can definitely witness Ganga Aarti that happens in Har ki Pauri two times a day. The timings of the aarti depend on the sunrise and the sunset each day. While morning aarti is not so famous, the evening aarti is prefered by the tourists as it gives a phenomenal visual effect.
Every year Chardham Yatra begins from the month of April or May onwards and continues until October/November as the doors of all four temples (Badrinath, Kedarnath, Yumunotri & Gangotri) remain open till the day of “Diwali Festival” which is celebrated every year during the month of October/November.
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