The best part about The Haveli Hari Ganga hotel is its easy accessibility from the Haridwar places to see, which are located in a small radius surrounding the hotel. The hotel offers a comprehensive range of accommodations that range from lavish Suite Rooms to economical Deluxe Rooms. But, one thing which makes this hotel popular is its warm and friendly hospitality offered to the guests. It is affordable for both wealthy or a cost conscious traveler.
There are many visiting places in Haridwar that reflects the divinity of the culture and traditions in this holy city. For example, the Har ki Pauri, or popularly known as Brahmakund, situated just 300 to 400 meters away from the hotels, is among the most sacred ghats in Haridwar and is worldwide popular for its scenic beauty, especially reflected at twilight, and which can be best enjoyed from the comfort of your room at Haveli Hari Ganga. Thousands of visitors and devotees come here and light lamps and float them in the River Ganga making it a splendid view.
Then around 4 kilometers from the hotels, is the Sapt Rishi and Sapt Sarovar ashram which have a legendry connection with the seven sages, who meditated here. The myth is river Ganga did not want to disturb their meditation, and hence split into seven different streams. Adding to the list of Haridwar tourist places is the Mansa Devi temple on the Bilwa Mountain. Apart from this, Maya Devi, Daksha Mahadev and Chandi Devi temples are equally famous, and all of these are worth visiting. So, enter into the world of divinity and tranquility through The Haveli Hari Ganga.
Distance from the Haveli:-300m
Sapt Rishi Ashram And Sapt Sarovr: According in legend the Saptarshis (seven sages) were deep in meditation here. The Ganga, not wanting to disturb them split herself into seven streams (sapt- sarovar) around them.
Distance from the Haveli:-4km
Mansa Devi Temple: The temple of goddess Mansa Devi situated at the top of Bilwa Parwat. The ropeway with its brightly colored cable takes devotees to the old hilltop to Mansa Devi.
Distance from the Haveli:-50m
Chandi Devi Temple: The King of Kashmir Suchet Singh built The Chandi Devi temple at the top of Neel Parwat on river Ganga's Banks in 1929 A.D.
A three km trek from Chandi Ghat, it is believed that the main status was established by the Adi Shankaracharya in 8th century A.D. It is at a distance of 6km on Neel Parwat on the other bank of River Ganga.
Distance from the Haveli:-1.5km
Maya Devi Temple: This is an ancient temple of Maya Devi the Adhisthatri deity of Haridwar, Known as one of the Siddhapeethas, said to be the places where the heart and navel of goddess sati had fallen.
Distance from the Haveli:-100m
Daksha Mahadev Temple: The ancient temple of Daksha Mahadev stands in the south Kankhal town. Mythology has it that king Daksha Prajapati; father of sati (Lord Shiva's first wife) performed yagya at this palace, but did not invite Lord Shiva (Mahadev). Feeling insulted, sati burnt herself in the yagya kund. Provoked by this, the ganas (followers) of Lord Shiva killed King Daksha; Later Lord Shiva brought them back to life.
Distance from the Haveli:-3km
Aarti: At 6:30pm (local time) every day an aarti is performed on the Ganga by worshippers. Tourist can also perform also the aarti. Candles on lotus petals floated down the river with religious hymns being played Rain or Shine, summer or winter Aarti. Starts promptly at 7:00PM and experience worth viewing.