Haridwar is place where temples are situated in each edge of the city. The town’s name is an amalgamation of two words, hari (meaning God) and Dwar (Gate). Some antiquated temples in Haridwar pulls in enthusiasts from the nearby places as well as from outside because of its significance. Temples in Haridwar is outstanding for Kumbha Mela, Which happens at regular intervals, and the Ardh Kumbh Mela, which happens at regular intervals and the punjabi celebration of Baisakhi, a real celebration occurring each year in the long stretch of April.
Mansa Devi Temples in Haridwar: Mansa Devi Temple is devoted to goddess Mansa Devi. Goddess is otherwise called Maa Mansa Devi. It is trusted that Mansa Devi was risen up out of the mind of extraordinary Sage Kashyapa. Mansa implies wish and the goddess satisfies the desires so the Goddess is known as Mansa Devi. The sanctuary is arranged at bilva Parvat (Mountain). The travelers can achieve the sanctuary by 03 ways. 1. By ordinary trek (1.5km one way) 2. By steps (480 stages approx) 3. By link auto (5 Minutes ride).
Chandi Devi-temple Temples in Haridwar: Chandi Devi sanctuary is devoted to goddess Chandi Devi. Chadi Devi Temple is situated at the stature of 208 meters at Neel Parvat and it is 4 kms a long way from the Haridwar Railway Station. It is trusted that here Goddess Parvati had killed evil presence Chand and Mund in antiquated circumstances. So the Goddess is known as Chandi Devi. Chandi Devi Temple is additionally one of the Siddh Peeths in Haridwar alongside Mansa Devi and Maya Devi Temple. Sanctuary can be come to by two ways. 1. By trek (03 km one way) 2. By Cable Car (10 Minutes ride). There is likewise Anjani Temple which is 500 meter a long way from here and can be come to by trek.
A concise List of Temples in Haridwar is given underneath
Bharat Mata Temples in Haridwar
Maya Devi Temples in Haridwar
Har ki Pauri
Doodhadhari Barfani Temples
Gauri Shankar Temples
Shri Yantra Temples