The Triveni Ghat, Rishikesh
The Triveni Ghat, Rishikesh - Address
Address: Rishikesh, Uttarakhand, India
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About The Triveni Ghat, Rishikesh
Triveni means a confluence of 3. It is believed that here at Triveni Ghat, the three rivers- Ganga (Ganges), Yamuna and the legendary Saraswati meet. Triveni Ghat is a sacred bathing spot in Rishikesh and is situated on the banks of Ganges River.
The Triveni Ghat Information
- The ‘Maha Aarti’ takes place every evening at around 5 p.m. It lasts for over an hour.
How To reach The Triveni Ghat by Public Transport
- Hiring a Vikrams (auto rickshaw) is the only public mode of transport.
- Triveni Ghat is situated at a walkable distance from most of the hotels.
Restaurants Near The Triveni Ghat
- Eateries and handcarts selling snacks are present along the river bank.
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It is nice place for great look, here people come for its attraction of beauty. In it the look of Himalayan is so good. Then it is nice place for visiting.
It's a beautiful place. One should visit this place if he/she loves calmness. You will definitely feel blessed after there.
The aarti in the evening is the best thing that happens here.. The ghat is located at the heart of the city hence sometimes traffic is an issue otherwise it is a great place to be there
One of the most serene, peaceful, quiet and relaxing place I have been in my life. Holy Ganges flowing through with fearful yet pleasant way... One should explore this part of India... Free from hustle bustle of city, free of pollution and noise.
Spiritual, serene and beautiful river view against the hill. But it's very filthy... not well managed. Access by your own car would be a problem as the lanes leading to the ghat are very narrow. However, you must go there if you are at Rishikesh or near by.