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Ganga Aarti at Rishikesh-Parmarth Niketan Ashram is the most divine showcase of the holy Aarti ceremony with Ganga Aarti lyrics near Ram jhula bridge on the Ganges. Ganga Aarti is a ritual at the bank of the Ganges at Parmarth Niketan Ashram , is known for Evening Ganga Aarti. Parmarth Niketan aarti time is 05 PM each day & You can book special Aarti by Parmarth Niketan Email address or call at Parmarth Niketan contact no.
How to reach Parmarth Niketan Asharam? Just cross the Ram Jhula Birdge take right turn and walk approx 500 m along the Ganges and you arrive. Each evening a small group of novice priests performs the Ganga Aarti ( Ganga Aarti Lyrics ) at Parmarth Niketan Ghat, but in Rishikesh, Ganga Aarti happen simultaneously at three places of the bank of the Ganges; Triveni Ghat, Parmarth Niketan, and Shatrughan Ghat near Ram Jhula bridge.
Ramjhula Bridge & Ram Temple
Bhooth Nath Shiva Temple
Swarg Ashram / Geeta Bhavan
Parmarth Niketan Ahram
The Sivananda Ashram
|Departure Time||Everyday @ 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM|
|Return Time||07:00 PM - 08.00PM|
|Travel by Walk|
Ganga Aarti of the Parmarth Niketan Ashram is more realistic and divine in nature due to its location. Before Aarti ceremony you can have a lession of Parmarth Niketan Yoga and after Aarti, free Satsang inside Ashram. The Ganga Aarti is a showcase of the ancient culture of the holy river Ganges to pray the mother of all mother nature. If You love to stay just type on Google Parmarth Niketan Rishikesh Room Booking Online and you find the price & all details of the room of Ashram.
Ganga Aarti Rishikesh time varies according to the sunset & seasons. Aarti ceremony takes place generally between 4:30 PM to 5:30 PM each evening. You must arrive before the beginning of Ganga Aarti lyrics in order to find the best watching place.
The Evening Ganga Arti is a guided tour, the English Speaking Guide will pick you up from your location as per the pre-fixed scheduled hour, and take you to the Arti place at Parmarth Niketan. But before being a part of Ganga Aarti, you take a walk along with a local guide to some famous and mysterious places along the Ganges as part of an introductory cultural walk to understand the real significance of the Aarti ceremony.
You walk through Bhoothnath, a Shiva Temple Geeta Bhavan Ashram, Swarg Ashram, Ram Temple, then walk back to the Parmarth Niketan Ashram, and finally, you set down at the bank of the Ganges in order to occupy the right place to watch the Ganga Aarti. The guide finishes the tour by dropping by your hotel.