Triveni Ghat Aarti Timing: What to see around?

Triveni Ghat aarti timing or Maha Aarti takes place every day at 5.30 PM in winter and 6.30 PM in summer. If you’re looking to experience the true essence of India, this is definitely something you won’t want to miss! It is one of the most popular and well-attended rituals in Rishikesh. The evening aarti is a great way for devotees to worship the Lord and begin their day with this special prayer in Dev Bhoomi, Uttarakhand.

While the aarti here is different from the aarti in other temples, it is still deeply revered and the same feeling of reverence is present. It is a highly emotional experience and it is quite a sight to see the devotees light their oil lamps, offer their prayers, and dance in reverence.

Famous Rishikesh is the best place in India for meditation. Triveni Ghat near Laxman Jhula provides the best view of evening Ganges Aarti. A temple of Lord Shiva is located at the ghat. Triveni Ghat is one of the four ghats located in Rishikesh.

The Triveni Ghat is the most important and busiest place in Rishikesh. This ghat hosts a number of events every year and the most special one is Aarti. It is performed every day at the time of sunset and is conducted by priests.

Triveni Ghat is a scenic ghat located along the banks of the holy rivers Ganga and Yamuna, it is the nucleus of the religious life of the devotees and residents of Rishikesh, the land of sages. The Ghat has all the facilities for the comfort of tourists, devotees, and residential people.

What see Around

Rishikund-The Holy Water Tank at Triveni Ghat in Rishikesh
Rishikund-The Holy Water Tank at Triveni Ghat in Rishikesh
  • Rishikund 

The Rishikund is an ancient and holy pond located near the Raghunath temple in Rishikesh. It is believed to have been built by the Kubz saint and blessed by Goddess Yamuna. The Rishikund is unique in that it always reflects the image of the Raghunath Temple, dedicated to Lord Ram and Sita. The pond has around ten steps from all four sides and it receives a fair shadow from large trees nearby. Since it is a calm place, visitors used to relax at Rishikund.

  • Raghunath Temple 

Ragunath Temple is an important place of worship for Hindus in Rishikesh. It is one of the most significant temples in the city, dedicated to Lord Rama and his wife Sita. The dusk Aarti on the Triveni Ghat is most impressive. Many devotees visit this temple throughout the year for its religious significance.

Sri Bharat Mandir Rishikesh- agadguru Adi Shankaracharya reinstalled the presiding deity in the temple on the day of Basant Panchmi in 789 A.D.
Sri Bharat Mandir Rishikesh- Agadguru Adi Shankaracharya

The Bharat Mandir is an ancient temple dedicated to Lord Hrishikesh Narayan and is located in the heart of Rishikesh city in Uttarakhand. This temple is believed to be one of the oldest and most sacred temples in the city. The great Hindu saint Jagadguru Adi Shankaracharya reinstalled the idol of the presiding deity on Basant Panchmi in 789 AD.

Things To do 

  • Pappu Lassi 

Pappu Lassi is situated near the Triveni Ghat area. It is near Ganga Aarti. It is a perfect place to taste typical Indian food. Pappu Lassi is the perfect place to try lassi. Lassi is an Indian yogurt drink. It is a sweet-tangy drink. Pappu Lassi is said to be one of the best places to taste lassi.

  • Old Bazaar Walks

You’ll visit the Bharat Mandir Temple and the Main Market of Rishikesh, including the vegetable market. Finally, we’ll end at the Triveni Ghat for the Ganga Aarti. The Ganga Aarti is a prayer for the holy river Ganga with live singing and chanting. During the tour, our guide will tell you about local culture, religion, rituals, river Ganga, etc. The overall walk will be 2.5 km. This walk takes you to more local areas compared to the above walk.


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Namaste! I am Om. I am a licensed Tourist Guide ( Approved by Ministry of Tourism, Government of India), I’m originally from Varanasi. Now, I am living in Rishikesh. I set up this blog to share my tips and experiences for traveling to inspire and help you to travel more. Hari Om

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