Ganga Aarti at Haridwar, Haridwar
Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
A sacred celebration of the Ganges River, Ganga Aarti at Haridwar takes place daily on the famous steps of the Har Ki Pauri ghat. A fire ritual performed by priests for the Divine Mother Ganges River, the prayer creates a mesmerizing spectacle for onlookers, as the flames reflect off the perfectly still water of the holy river. As offerings of honey, milk, and ghee are made to the river, you will be encouraged to provide a small donation to the performers of the ceremony. Make Ganga Aarti at Haridwar a part of your Haridwar vacation plans using our Haridwar itinerary maker.
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haridwar is famous for its ganga arti in the evening that starts at 6pm in winters and 7pm in summers. Its grand and beautiful. Come half hour early to get the best view
this is one of the best spiritual happening one can experience on the banks of ganges. during the evening between 6 to 6.45 pm everyday this aarthi happens. the ganga aarthi at haridwar is very unique... read more »
It is worth to visit Haridwar specially to take part and experience the is spiritual activity. Its really something different. You will be amazed to see the whole surrounding covered with spiritual an... read more »
Good place to visit. Must do ganga snan here. Reach at 5:45 to 6:00 pm to get a good place to visit aarti. Aarti starts at 6:20 pm
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It's a lifetime unforgettable memory. Very enchanting. Generally Aarti starts from 6pm during winter and 7pm during summer. One may offer ₹10 to as much possible, to Ganga Aarti Committee. Persons roam on ghat and will issue proper receipt. During the Aarti songs and chorus will feel pleasant.
This place hosts a great colourful spiritual ceremony which includes mantras, spiritual music, sound of river water and a huge crowd A must see ceremony performed by the priests everyday around 5.30 pm - 6 pm at the temple on the bank of river ganga. The specific location of Aarti will be 'Har-ki-Pauri'. To grab a good spot one should reach there by 5:00 pm. Don't carry any valuables or expensive stuff to the ceremony, it gets really crowded but it's worth to be in that crowd. If you are looking to take lots of pictures it's better to grab a spot on the on the bank/ side opposite to the bank where the Aarti is performed . Though it's called a religious ceremony, i would consider it as a spiritual ceremony; the mix of mantra, spiritual music, sound of river water and presence of a huge crowd just makes it a unique experience.
A very popular place to attend the massive Ganga Arti ceremony every evening. Awesome experience always.
During the Ganga arti I felt like I am in the hands of lord experiencing absolute peace of Mind .
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