Journey to Haridwar - Har ki Paudi

During this visit, I made some progress in my acquaintance with Ganga. From dipping my feet into the ice cold water, I moved on to venturing into the river and taking a dip (Dubki). One section of Ganga was quite shallow and the water was waist high so there was no risk of getting caught in the strong currents.



Temples on Harki Paudi


People Chilling Out on Harki Paudi

A view of the Ganga Temple with the Faraway Bridge in the Background

Idol of Goddess Saraswati in the Middle of the River

Sunrise at Harki Paudi

One of the Many Temporary Bridges that have been Constructed for the Maha-Kumbh in 2010

Comments

Anonymous said…
Mahakumbh - That is the best time to visit And maybe I will.
Vibha said…
It will start getting crowded in Haridwar very soon. You should start planning for hotel reservations in case you plan to stay overnight.

Cheers!,
Vibha

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