Yoga is a process of integrating and feeling the oneness of our body-mind-spirit. The practice of yoga touches us at many levels of our existence and helps us to bring into our daily life what we experience on the mats.
This ancient practice gives us deeper insights, awareness, stillness, support, encouragement and makes us in tune with life to live peacefully, joyfully and harmoniously.
The Ganges, popularly known for its self-cleaning and healing properties has been the lifeline of this mystic abode since time immemorial.
Witness the special evening ‘aarti’ - a sacred traditional Hindu ritual, practised along with many other sacred fire rituals and flower offerings along with a cultural dance as a gesture of their love and devotion to Lord Shiva, experience the bliss, serenity and tranquillity sitting on the banks of River Ganga, while watching the sunset.
It is said that the Hindu deity Lakshmana crossed the Ganges on jute ropes where the bridge is built. Lakshman Jhula was completed in 1929. Take a fun taking a stroll over the bridge.
The views are stunning with temples at both ends. Indulge in some shopping or grab a bite as there are a lot of places that offer local cuisines.
The bridge connects the Sivananda Nagar area of Muni Ki Reti in Tehri Garhwal district to Swargashram in Pauri Garhwal district crossing the river from west to east. Built in the year 1986, the bridge is one of the iconic landmarks of Rishikesh.
The second bridge constructed to cater for the tourist and almost parallel to Laxman Jhula downstream side of Alakananda river. Photography lovers will love this place as it has great places to take pictures with nice views of river rafting which you can try out yourselves too