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Mythologically famous, the Triveni Ghat in Rishikesh is the symbol of immense faith amongst hindu devotees. It is the confluence point of river Ganga, Yamuna and Saraswati. The locals believe that The Great-Lord Krishna had visited the ghat. Sitting on the banks of river will leave you mesmerized with the peaceful atmosphere and divine vibes.

Top attractions in Triveni Ghat

Vashishta Gufa

The Vashishta Gufa spreads significant tranquility and keep you away from the city life. The cave opens at 7AM.

The Beatles Ashram

Another centre of tranquility is The Beatles Ashram that is perfect place to rejuvenate your soul.

Shri Badrinath Ji Temple

The religious shrine of Lord Shiva is one of the significan Char Dham Yatras which is an ancient ritual amongst Indians.

Things to do near Triveni Ghat

Paltan bazaar

All the shopaholics! You will have a great experience while shopping in the Paltan Market. A complete market where you get everything right from clothing to gift items.

Also Read: The name of this temple has been derived from an incident when maa Parvati massacred the two demons Chand and Munda

Best time to visit Triveni Ghat

Ganga Aarti

The river Gang is famous for the grand evening Aarti. One must visit the Triveni Ghat Aarti during 6pm-7pm.

How to reach Triveni Ghat?

Triveni Ghat is located in the state of Uttarakhand and the state is well-connected with other regions of India. After landing the Dehradun Airport, you can take the local buses to reach the Triveni Ghat. Also, you can opt Uttarakhand Railway service to reach the Rishikesh and then hire local modes of transports such as buse, auto or taxi.

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