Known-Unknown Places in Rishikesh: Undoubtedly, Rishikesh has become a tourist-favorite spot in the past few years. From tourists making Rishikesh their yearly pilgrimage to those looking for a calming and healing experience and taking up yoga and meditation, everyone adores this beautiful destination. Besides, people visit this place to get an adrenaline boost into their blood as well. From yoga to temples, cafes and adventure sports, Rishikesh has everything to offer.
And what adds to this adorable place is the vibes, the positivity that one feels as soon as hitting the land of Rishikesh. I have never felt that kind of peace ever which I felt in Rishikesh. This place has a piece of my heart and will always be my second home.
So, let’s explore some gorgeous known unknown places to see in Rishikesh.
The Beatles Ashram
Being a Beatles fan, I was awestruck to see this vibrant place. In February 1968 the Beatles voyaged to the Indian city of Rishikesh to attend a session of metaphysical Meditation at the ashram of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi. It was this visit that changed the world’s opinion on Indian spirituality. This was reckoned to be the Beatles’ most efficient time, they wrote numerous songs during this visit most of which gained huge media scrutiny and commercial success. This ashram is now a part of Rajaji National Park and shares the same entry with it.
The town of Shivpuri is placed on the banks of the river Ganges and is named after a temple here devoted to Lord Shiva. In the past few years, this place has become famous for water adventure sports-especially white water rafting and camping.
Neer Garh/ Neer Gaddu Waterfall
Located around 5 kilometers away from Lakshman Jhula, this natural waterfall is a delight to behold. With a mini trek, a minor fraction of the waterfall is observable about 200 meters into the hike, going through slim winding trails through woodland. This has become quite a prominent spot and a few shops have also popped up nearby but the real treasure is hidden about kilometers more into the hike. Once we reach here, we can see a much enormous, cleaner, and more solitary waterfall, even enabling us to take a swim in the serene-shiny waters.
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Marine Drive or Astha Path
Situated about 24 kilometers from Rishikesh, this path along the incredible Ganges is perfect for those searching for peace and serenity. Joggers, walkers, yoga, and meditation lovers likewise find this place truly a chunk of heaven to work on their minds and body and calm themselves.
Ram Jhula & Laxman Jhula
Iron suspension bridge built on the river Ganges relating two banks of the river. They are available for pedestrian walk and motorbikes too. As per the Hindu folklore, it was the place where Lord Lakshaman along with his Brother Lord Rama and her wife Goddess Sita crossed the holy river on jute ropes. One can feel the oscillations, action, and chill breeze as they cross the area from one side to another. Ram Jhula is placed 2 Km downstream from Lakshaman Jhula adjoining two villages for smooth movement.
Triveni Ghat for its ritual bath and evening aarti offering devotees an astonishing spectacle to remember from Rishikesh. Chants of Vedic ballads, boat rides, Sculptures of Krishna Arjun rath, Mahadev, and Parvati Ma are a few of the significant things that you can experience at the Triveni Ghat, Rishikesh, India.
Well, this place gave me serene vibes and made me feel like a second home. Hope you like these known-unknown places in Rishikesh, India which will leave you with an unforgettable lifetime experience.
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