Haridwar is famous for Har Ki Pauri and the Ganga Aarti performed there. Every day in the morning and evening Ganga aarti is done to worship the Ganga-the divine mother. The priests conducts the ceremony by waving large aarti divas in front of Ganga, bells in the temples at the Ghat starts ringing and the chants of mantras floating out in the air.
People float divas with flowers in Ganga and offer prayer to express their gratitude to Ganga and also pray for fulfilment of their wishes. The entire atmosphere that time at Har ki Pauri is so mesmerizing that it cannot be expressed in words.
It is a very fascinating and enriching experience to participate in the Ganga Aarti performed in the evening at Har Ki Pauri.
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