Do Dham Yatra From Haridwar
India, being the land of many religions, is a secular nation and thus, support and respect every religion. The Hindu dharma is the most widespread religions in the country. The Chardham Yatra is the most sacred Voyage for every individual who preaches in the Hindu religion. Four those who are not able to complete their voyage to the Chardham, The Do Dham Yatra is ancillary. The Do Dham Yatra comprises of the Pilgrimage sites Kedarnath and Badrinath. The Yatra also covers many holy sites in between such as Haridwar, Rishikesh, Rudraprayag, Gaurikund and much more. Haridwar is a sacred place for Hindu religion. Haridwar is also known as the "Gateway To The Gods". The name Haridwar is taken from the words Hari meaning "Lord" and Dwar meaning "Gate". It is located in the North Indian state of Uttrakhand. Haridwar is also known as Gangadwar. It is one of the seven places where an individual from Hindu religion should once in his lifetime come and offer to pray to reach Moksha or complete salvation. Jyotirmath is one of the four institutions of Adi Shankara and is in a form of a monastery.
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