Things to do in Haridwar

Activities in Haridwar

If you wish to embark on a spiritually uplifting journey, Haridwar should be the first destination on your travel list! At Sethi Legacy, we are proud to serve our guests and hope that you have a pleasant stay with us. To make your stay memorable, we have listed down some of the activities that you should not miss while your visit to Haridwar.

Ganga Aarti

When in Haridwar, you can’t miss visiting the Har Ki Pauri Ghat which translates to ‘Footstep of God.’ Several people visit Haridwar every year to take a dip in the holy water of Ganga and wash off all their sins. You can witness the priests chanting the Mantras and performing Ganga aarti during dawn and dusk with several bells ringing and large fire bowls being moved in a harmonious synchronisation.

Yoga & Meditation

The mystical and spiritual environment of Haridwar is the welcome junction of Dev Bhoomi Uttarakhand. Rejuvenate yourself in Yoga and Meditation activities and soak in the blissful experience at Haridwar. The spiritual energies at this holy place are sure to take you into a deep calming and relaxing state of mind. So, relieve all the physical, mental, and emotional stress by stretching your muscles, performing some asanas, and reflecting inward.

Astrologer for Consultation

As per ancient customs, detailed family genealogies of Hindu families for the past generations are kept by professional Astrologers called Pandas, at Haridwar in hand-written registers passed down to them over several generations. Whenever Hindu ancestors visited Haridwar, it is a custom to go to the Pandit who is in charge of one's family register and update the family's genealogical family tree with all relevant details of extended joint family.

Special Pooja

Brimming with spiritual aura, Haridwar is one of the seven Holiest places in India. Millions of people visit this holy site everyday to seek Divine Blessings and wash off all their sins. Special Poojas are conducted by the local priests here to perform last rites of the people who have gone to their Holy Abode. Families visit Haridwar to pray for their departed ones and participate in the special Pooja.

Safari National Raja Ji Park

Home to diverse flora and fauna, there are several other things to do in Haridwar than just spiritual activities. Head out to the Rajaji National Park, that houses the largest population of wild elephants and tigers. Jeep Safaris are offered here for 3-hours every day. Various slots are available from sunrise to sunset, but make sure to take tickets and permissions from the forest department before entering the park premises.

We thank you for considering Sethi Legacy as your ideal hotel in Haridwar. We truly hope that you stay at our hoteland allow us to serve you in the best manner!


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