Malpuas and more at Haridwar

Where rests the soul, where records of families are found and where the sweetest malpuas are eaten after the yummiest aloo-poori

night at har ki pauri, haridwar

Photo: Livefree 2013

The door of Hari opens for all here. It is after all one of the seven sacred cities for the Hindus. It is one of the four cities where the drop of amrit fell while Garuda was flying with the pitcher of amrit for the devatas. It is the city where the holy Ganga takes everyone in her bosom, carrying them back to where they belong. It’s also the city where you can wash off all your sins, find solace in doing nothing and trying to merge with the creator. And its also one of those cities which makes for a nice spiritual weekend escape from Delhi. After a stressful month, inspired by the movie Dum Laga ke Haisha, I thought it was time to discover God again and I pushed off to Haridwar.

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