Hari Ki Pauri is believed to be the exit point of the Ganges from the mountains and entry into the plains. Also known as Brahm Kund, this ghat was built by King Vikramaditya in memory of his brother Brithari who often meditated on the banks of river Ganga. It is believed to be the sacred place where Lord Shiva and Lord Vishnu, appeared in the Vedic era. Har Ki Pauri is the place where the divine nectar fell from celestial Kumbh. The Kumbh mela is held here. Har Ki Pauri gets its name from the feet (Pauri) of lord (Hari). Vishnucharanpaduka, the footprints of the Lord, are believed to be imprinted on the wall beneath the waters of Ganga here. An evening ritual (Aarti) performed by the priests on the banks of river Ganga is a highly enchanting and divine experience. Lamps are seen floating on the river, immersed after the ritual. A splendid aura of lights and chants fills the atmosphere in the evenings.
Location: Haridwar Dedicated to: Lord Shiva and Lord Vishnu
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