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1 Day Tour

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Rs.7,500

Rs.8,500

About Itinerary

Destinations

  • Har ki Pauri
  • Mansa Devi Temple
  • Laxman Jhoola

Cost Per Car 4+1 Not Per Person

  • # Delhi To Jaipur By A/C Economy 4+1 Car Cost = 7500/Rs.
  • # Delhi To Jaipur By A/C Standard Sedan 4+1 Car Cost = 8500/Rs, With Guide.
  • # Delhi To Jaipur By A/C Luxury Sedan 4+1 Car Cost = 9500/Rs, With Guide.

Cost Per Car 6+1 Not Per Person

  • # Delhi To Jaipur By A/C SUV Standard 6+1 Car Cost = 8500/Rs, With Guide.
  • # Delhi To Jaipur Same day tour By SUV Economy Car Cost 6+1= 9500/Rs.
  • # Delhi To Jaipur Same day Tour By SUV Standard Car Cost 6+1=9500/Rs.
  • # A/C Tempo Traveller 9/Seater Cost= 13500/Rs, with Guide (Pick-up From Hotel).
  • # A/C Tempo Traveller 12/Seater Cost= 13500/Rs, With Guide. (Pick-up From Hotel)

Inclusions

  • Air Condition Car With English Speaking Chauffer For All Transfers And Sight Seeing as Per Tour Package.
  • English Speaking Guide During Sight Seeing.
  • State Tax, Toll Taxes, Parking, Driver Allowance, Fuel, Most important Your insurance.

Exclusions

  • Entrance Fee of Monuments.
  • Lunch And Dinner
  • Any Tips, Beverages. Laundry, Personal Expenses.

Note: Price included all taxes

DAY 1

Delhi to Haridwar

Pick up from Delhi Airport – Railway Station – Hotel & proceed to Haridwar Rishikesh Same Day Tour By Car.

Visit Haridwar

Haridwar has very rich ancient religious and cultural heritage. In the ancient scriptures of India, this place is well known by the name of Mayapur. This city is also well known for many other things apart from the holy river Ganges. Haridwar has privilege of having IIT at Roorkee, formerly known as University of Roorkee, founded in 1847 as a first technical institute of India.

The city has one of the “navratna PSUs of India” i.e BHEL (Bharat Heavy Electricals India Ltd.). The tomb Piran Kaliar of Shabir Shahib in Roorkee is a living example of religious harmony in India which is visited by the people of all religious sects from all over the world. There is another University in the city called Gurukul Kangri Vishva Vidyalaya apart from the head quarter of Uttaranchal State Public Service Commission also being established at Haridwar. Besides this, Kumbh fair is organized at the interval of every 12 years in this city in which about 1 crore pilgrims from all over the world participate.

“Among the many pilgrimages that dot the length of the Ganga, Haridwar ranks among the most holy in the land ” Accroding to Hindu mythology Haridwar was known as Kapilsthan.

Lagend has it that the ancestors of Raja Bhagirath, were consumed by fire at this spot following a cused of rishi Kapil. For their salvation Raja Bhhagirath requested the ganga to descend on Earth. Haridwar is also famous by the names of gangadwar, Mokshadwar, Tapovan and Mayapuri. It is at Haridwar that the Ganga finaly energes into the northern plains. The Kumbh and the Ardh Kumbh melas also take place here every 12 th & 6th year.

Places To visit in Haridwar

Har ki Pauri

King Vikramaditya constructed this sacred Ghat in memory of his brother Bhatrihari who it is believed had come to Haridwar to meditate on the banks of the Ganga. This ghat later came to be known as Har-Ki-Pauri (also called Brahamakund). At twilight, golden hues of floral diyas reflected in the river Ganga present the most enchanting sight. The imprint of Lord Hari’s footprint hallows the riverbank temple here. The ghat is regarded the most sacred and auspicious point to bathe in the Ganga during the 12 year Kumbh and the 6 year Ardh Kumbh.

Sapt Rishi Ashram and Sapt Sarovar

According to legend the Saptarshis (seven sages) were deep in meditation here. The Ganga, not wanting to disturb them split herself into seven streams (Sapt Sarovar) around them.

Mansa Devi Temple

The temple of Goddess Mansa Devi is situated at the top of Bilwa Parwat. The rope-way with its brightly coloured cable cars take devotees to the old hilltop of Mansa Devi.

Chandi Devi Temple

The Chandi Devi temple at the top of Neel Parvat on river Ganga’s banks was built in1929 A.D. by the King of Kashmir-Suchat Singh. A three kilometers trek from Chandighat, it is believed that the main statue was established by the Adi Shankaracharya in 8th century AD. It is at a distance of six kilometers on Neel Parvat on the other bank of River Ganga.

Maya Devi Temple

This is an ancient temple of Maya Devi the Adhisthatri deity of Hardwar, known as one of the Siddhapethas. Said to be the places where the hearts and navel of Goddess Sati had fallen.

Daksha Mahadev Temple

The ancient temple of Daksha Mahadev stands in the south Kankhal town. Mythology has it that King Daksha Prajapati, father of Sati (Lord Shiva’s first wife) performed yagya at this place, but didn’t invite Lord Shiva (Mahadev). Feeling insulted, Sati burnt herself in the yagya kund. Provoked by this, the ganas (followers) of Lord Shiva killed King Daksha. Later, Lord Shiva brought him back to life.

Other Places of Interest

Kanva Rishio Ashram; Bilkeshwar Mahadev; PawanDham; Bhooma Niketan; Vaishnav Devi Temple; Bharat Mata Mandir; Doodhadhari Temple; Shahi Gurudwara; Jairam Ashram.

Visit Rishikesh

Rishikesh, also known as the ‘place of sages’ is Haridwar, at the confluence of the Chandrabhaga and Ganga. It is believed that God by the name of ‘Hrishikesh’ had appeared as an answer to the hard penances by Rabhiya Rishi and henceforth the place derived its name. It is the starting point for the Char dham pilgrims but also for the people who are interested in meditation, yoga and other aspects of Hinduism.

For the adventure seekers, rishikesh is the suggested place for starting their trekking expeditions to the Himalayan peaks and for rafting. Also, International Yoga Week which attracts participation form across the world, is held here, every year, in February on the banks of the Ganga.

Rishikesh is one of the most popular pilgrim centres and gateway to the Himalayan Shrines of Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri and Yamunotri. The Yoga Centres of Rishikesh have enhanced the significance of the place. From this point on, the great Ganges leaves behind her mountain home and enters the vast plains of Northern India.

Places To visit in Rishikesh

Bharat Mandir

The Bharat Mandir is the oldest temple in Rishikesh, near the Triveni Ghat. This temple is dedicated to Bharat, the younger brother of Lord Ram.

Kailash Niketan Temple

This is the main temple at Laxman Jhoola and one can see the sculptures of all Gods and Goddesses in this thirteen storey mansion.

Satya Narayan Temple

The idol of Lord Satyanarayan has been enshrined inside the temple located enroute to Rishikesh, 10 kms. away from Hardwar. The visitors use this place as a station to halt for a casual worship.

Shatrughan Temple

This is an ancient temple dedicated to Shatrughan, Lord Ram’s brother and is situated 5 kms. away from Rishikesh.

Neelkanth Mahadev

The Neelkanth Temple is situated on top of a hill across the Ganga. According to mythodology, after the Sagar Manthan Lord Shiva drank all the effluent venom here, which turned his throat blue, hence the name Neelkanth. And Ram Jhula and Laxman Jhula.

Afternoon drive to Delhi. Transfer to onward journey.

Tour end with sweet memories

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