Triveni Ghat

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Triveni Ghat
Triveni Ghat
Triveni Ghat Krishna Arjun Rath.jpg
Geography
Coordinates29°59′4.834″N 78°54′55.733″E / 29.98467611°N 78.91548139°E / 29.98467611; 78.91548139Coordinates: 29°59′4.834″N 78°54′55.733″E / 29.98467611°N 78.91548139°E / 29.98467611; 78.91548139

CountryIndia
LocationRishikesh, Uttarakhand
Triveni Ghat is situated bank of the holy river Ganges. This scared ghat used for bath for most of pilgrims. The main daily event of the attraction is the evening Aarti of Goddess Ganga also commonly called as "Maha Aarti". You can see the devotee's offers prayer during aarti.
Triveni Ghat Statue of Devo ki Dev Mahadev and our mother Mata Parvati.

Triveni Ghat is a ghat situated in Rishikesh, Uttarakhand. It is the biggest and most famous ghat in Rishikesh at the banks of Ganges. Triveni Ghat remains overcrowded with devotee to take ritual baths to get cleansed from their sins. It is believed that the ghat was visited by Lord Krishna when he got hurt by the arrow of Jara – a hunter. Being the most venerated ghat in Rishikesh, Triveni Ghat is even used by devotees to perform the last rites and rituals of their loved ones. The ghat is famed for the Ganga aarti performed to the chants of Vedic hymns. The sight of oil leaves, filled with diya and petals, which are released by devotees, floating on the pristine Ganga and the traditional aarti is a sight to behold. On the bank of Triveni Ghat, one can visit the Gita Mandir and Lakshminarayan Temple. Dawn boat ride along the Ganges is a must on a short tour to Triveni Ghat.

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Panorama of the Triveni Ghat from Triveni Ghat, Rishikesh