- Vishnu Ghat – Hindu scriptures lord Vishnu
- Pawan Dham – Artistic sculpture and for sculpture
- Gau Ghat – Pray for the peace of their beloved ones
- Saptrishi Ashram – Saptrishi used to do their meditation practices
- Bhimgoda – Fighting in the battle of Mahabharata bheem
- Daksh Mahadev – Lord shiva this temple
- Chandi Devi Mandri – Top of Neel Parvat this Shaktipeeth temple
- Mansa Devi Mandri – Temple With A View
- Hari Ki Pauri – For A Holy Dip
- Ganga Aarti – Most popular Aarti in Aaridwar
Vishnu Ghat is among the most popular and sacred religious place to visit in Haridwar. According to the Hindu scriptures lord Vishnu has taken bath in this place which is why this place got the name after lord Vishnu and renowned as Vishnu Ghat. It is believed that one can wash his/her bad deeds and can get liberated from his or her bad karma by bathing in the sacred river of the Vishnu Ghat.
Pawan Dham is counted among the primary and ancient temples in Uttrakhand which is 2 km away from Haridwar, Pawan Dham is majorly known for its artistic sculpture and for sculpture made up of glass.
Gau Ghat in which gau means cow is a well-known place located in Haridwar. People generally come here to pray for the peace of their beloved ones. It is believed that one can wash his/her bad karma created by killing of cows can be washed off by taking a bath here in this Ghat.
5 km away from Pauri this ashram is a very popular religious center in Haridwar. According to the Hindu scripture this ashram was the place where Saptrishi used to do their meditation practices. From here sacred Ganga River has divided its self into 7 different rivers which is why this place is also known as Saptsarovar and Saptrishi kund.
As it’s said in Hindu’s scriptures after fighting in the battle of Mahabharata bheem came here for his Sadhana and he did his Sadhana for 12 year which is why this place is known as Bhimgoda in Haridwar and is located near Harki Pauri in Haridwar.
Dedicated to lord
shiva this temple is located 4 km away from Haridwar. Devotees come here
especially in the month of July –August.
Chandi Devi Mandri
It is located on the top of Neel Parvat this Shaktipeeth temple is one among 52 Shaktipeeth temples present in India. Visitor can visit this temple with the help of cable car or by using private vehicles.
Mansa Devi Mandir
Dedicated to the goddess Mansa this temple is located 3 km distance away from Haridwar This is also a Sakthipeeth temple one among 52 Shaktipeeth temples present in India.
Hari Ki Pauri
Har ki Pauri is the most sacred, famous and visited place in Haridwar which was built by the king Vikram Aditya, this place is also know by Brahma kund. It is also believed that lord Vishnu’s foot print is preserved in this places. Kumbha mela is celebrated here in every 12 year.
Most popular aarti in Haridwar attracts a tremendous amount of devotes here. First Aarti is performed in the early morning and 2nd in the evening.