Triveni Ghat in Rishikesh: Book VIP Ganga Aarti

Triveni Ghat in Rishikesh is a popular bathing ghat located on the banks of the holy river Ganges in Rishikesh, Uttarakhand, India. It is considered one of the most sacred places in Rishikesh, where devotees come to take a dip in the holy river and perform religious rituals.

The ghat is named Triveni because it is believed to be the confluence of three holy rivers – the Ganges, Yamuna, and Saraswati. It is said that taking a dip at this ghat can wash away all sins and purify the soul.

Triveni Ghat Rishikesh Ganga Aarti

Triveni Ghat is also known for its daily evening aarti, a Hindu ritual of worship in which lamps are lit and prayers are offered to the deities. The aarti ceremony is a major attraction for visitors, as it offers a mesmerizing and spiritual experience.

Apart from the religious significance, Triveni Ghat is also a popular tourist spot and a great place to witness the local culture of Rishikesh. The ghat is surrounded by bustling markets and food stalls, offering a range of street food and local delicacies. Visitors can also take a stroll along the riverbank and enjoy the scenic beauty of the Ganges.

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


At Triveni Ghat in Rishikesh, the local community warmly welcomes outsiders to join in the daily aarti ceremonies. Whether you prefer to dance or simply stamp along, all are invited to participate in these spiritual rituals. Even if you choose not to actively engage, simply gathering around the main attraction at Triveni Ghat can offer a profound experience, as the spiritual energy and devotion of the ceremony are palpable.

This sacred gathering is a must-see for anyone visiting Rishikesh, as it provides a unique opportunity to witness and partake in the local customs and spiritual traditions of the region.

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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- Jagadguru Adi Shankaracharya reinstalled the presiding deity in the temple on the day of Basant Panchmi in 789 A.D.

Things To Do

1- Pindha Shraddha – Devotees also come to the Triveni Ghat in Rishikesh to perform the Pindha Shraddha ceremony, which is performed for ancestors, or forebears, whereby devotees apply ghee and vermillion on their foreheads as a symbol of their devotion and love.

2- VIP  Ganga Aarti at Triveni Ghat You can book VIP Ganga Maha Arti Puja at Triveni Ghat and buy special oil lamps from the Arti committee counter and be a part of the religious custom. The religious hymns recited by priests for you and your family in praise of the Ganges are sure to rejuvenate your mind and soul.

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Triveni Ghat Rishikesh
Triveni Ghat Rishikesh

Things see around

1- Raghunath Temple at Triveni Ghat  If you’re visiting Rishikesh, then you simply must go to the Raghunath Temple. That’s a given! It is one of the most important tourist sites in Rishikesh. This temple is dedicated to Lord Rama and his wife Sita. The sunset aarti on the Triveni Ghat is particularly beautiful. For its religious significance, devotees from all over flock there throughout the year!

2- Rishikund ( A Holy Pond )– Rishikund is a holy pond located near the Raghunath temple in Rishikesh. This pond was built by religious guru Kubz and blessed by the goddess Yamuna herself by filling the pond with her sacred water.

One more interesting thing about this holy pond is that it is said to reflect the image of Raghunath Temple, dedicated to Lord Ram and Sita. In addition, this pond has stairs belonging to all four sides and receives a fair shadow from the large trees nearby. Since it is peaceful, visitors are said to like relaxing at Rishikund.

3- Bharat Mata Mandir – Located right in the heart of Rishikesh City, Bharat Mandir is a well-known holy place. Since ages ago, this temple is believed to be the very old and most sacred temple in the city. In fact, Hindu saint Jagadguru Adi Shankaracharya reinstalled the idol of the presiding deity, Hrishikesh Narayan, on Basant Panchmi in the temple in 789 AD.


Triveni Ghat is a very popular place in Rishikesh, which is situated on the bank of the Ganga River. Triveni Ghat is famous for the evening Aarti, the Aarti is organized by the local Ganga Seva Sangh.


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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