Haridwar is a historic city in Uttarakhand, located where the Ganga River emerges from the Himalayan foothills. Haridwar is a holy Hindu pilgrimage site that attracts thousands of tourists and pilgrims from all over the world.
It is a popular tourist destination throughout the year, particularly during religious festivals and fairs. The Kumbh Mela is one of Haridwar’s most important events, occurring every 12 years, and Ardha Kumbh every 6 years, respectively.
Haridwar’s fairs and festivals are eagerly anticipated. Kavad Mela, Somavati Amavasya Mela, Ganga Dussehra, Ram Navami, and Janmashtami are some of the important festivals observed in Haridwar.
One of the most popular events in Haridwar is the Kavad Mela, which takes place during the auspicious month of Shravana. It attracts a large number of Lord Shiva devotees who come to take the Ganga’s holy water.
Shravana is Lord Shiva’s month, and most followers fast on Mondays during the month because it falls during the chaturmas season, which is historically used for religious pilgrimages, bathing in holy rivers, and penance.
Thousands of pilgrims dressed in saffron take water from the Ganga during the yearly monsoon season. The Kavad Yatra attracts a small number of female pilgrims, although the majority of pilgrims are men.
The majority of people walk the distance, although some also ride bicycles, motorbikes, scooters, tiny trucks, or jeeps. Shravana is a month-long sacred month that begins in July and ends in August.
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