I hope you enjoyed my Delhi travelogue. Delhi is such a melting pot of cultures, cuisines, people, and stories. Leaving Delhi to move on to the next part of my journey wasn’t easy. It felt as though I was leaving behind a friend I’d met after ages and had hardly had time to be with them. But such is life when you are on a travel schedule.
In this post, I am going to share with you my Haridwar experience. After Delhi, we moved on to the spiritual hub of the country – Haridwar. This part of our journey was a road trip and we had a hired a car for this. Delhi to Haridwar is about 4 hours by road. By the time we reached Haridwar, it was late in the night. So we called it a day and resumed our Haridwar exploration the following day.
Our stay in Haridwar was for 2 days as we didn’t intend to do much except exploring the Ganges’ ghats and the local markets. And as we realised, 2 days are more than enough as Haridwar is a very small city in Uttarakhand and most of it includes only temples and ashrams. This post will give you a glimpse of my Haridwar journey. Hope you like it.
That’s all for the part one of my Haridwar experience. In my next post, I shall share my experiences traveling in Rishikesh. Stay tuned.
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Have you visited Haridwar? What do you love most about the city?
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Good so see your presentation about haridwar i belongs to the same state….is a place of god “devbhoomi” and there is many more places to visit,,,hope you will visit there soon.😊🙏
Love the views, and the scenes you captured, and the food.. I love Indian food, I will give someone else’s right arm to get some of that.
Good trip for you now that all point are closed. I soon heard that Ganga river is clean. No dirty water mashup with ganga till lockdown.
I have been through Haridwar towards Rishikesh. I like the small town vibe and carefree attitude of Rishikesh rather than Haridwar. Did you get a chance to go there?
Great post!! Really enjoyable!
Beautiful pictures, thanks for sharing!
Thanks for taking us with you through you pictures, Asha. 🙂
Gorgeous visuals of the holy city 🙏 and the Ganges.
And the pictures of delicious food, a delight.😋
Beautiful pics! I love falooda with ice cream hehe 🙃💕
Lovely place to visit.
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