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Ram Jhula in Rishikesh

Ramjhula is situated 3Km north of Rishikesh. It's a very popular place amongst people coming for religious purposes because it has very known Ashrams. Most known is Geeta Bhavan & Swarg Ashram and these temples are very important in Hindu society and you will see much more commotion here then in Lakshmanjhula. You can contact the ashrams for accommodation but if you like nature the Lakshmanjhula area is a better choice.
Everybody coming to the area of Rishikesh should go and see the evening prayer at Geeta Bhavan's ghat (Bank of the river). It's a special experience to see how Hindus worship the river Ganga.

The evening prayer will take about 30 minutes and you can take your camera along with you. The famous restaurant Chotiwala is also in Ramjhula, there actually two of them and it very unclear which is the real one. It is 50 years old now and is very famous for its delicious servings, you will love the taste of food their.

Raghunath Mandir (Temple) near by Triveni Ghat, It is the most important places for religious ceremonies in Rishikesh. It is believed that the Ganga is joined here by the Yamuna and the Saraswati Rivers. Geographically, however, the Yamuna joins the Ganga in Allahabad. The dusk Aarti on the Triveni Ghat is most impressive.

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Top 3 Highlight To Visit Rishikesh

Ashrams

For spiritual studies and classes on meditation, you should head straight to the many ashrams in Rishikesh. In any case, you shouldn't miss visiting the popular ones including Sivanand Ashram, Paremarth Niketan, Yoga Niketan and Vithal Ashram among others.

Triveni Ghat

Ganga ghats are highly revered. One of these is the Triveni Ghat in Rishikesh, known for its divinity. You can visit this ghat in the evening when the much popular Ganga Arti is performed here on the banks of the divine Ganges. A must-watch indeed!

Lakshman Jhula

Among many tourist attractions in Rishikesh, the Lakshamn Jhula has its own significant place. Hindus believe that this is the place from where Lakshman (Rama's brother) had crossed the river. Today, it stands in the form of a beautiful suspended bridge.