A Photographic Journey of Hardwar

Scenes from Har ki Pauri ghat: the melting point of  India where one gets to see people from all states

 

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Annual cleaning going on. Every year after Durga Puja the waters are diverted to the main river, and the channels are cleaned. It’s a long 2-3 weeks process

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Recently colored and new designs added. I wish though they had stuck to the original brick red colorful which made this clock tower an iconic one, symbolizing Hardwar. The motifs on the painting are not discernible from below and the colour looks lost amidst the other bright colors around.
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How the clock tower looked previously (2017)

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The main bazaar area bordering the ghats:

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The Temples of Hardwar near Har ki Pauri

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Bhagirath and Ganga

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To read on the history and other details on Haridwar please check this link : Haridwar

2 Comments Add yours

  1. JOYDEB ROYCHOWDHURY says:

    A Photographic Journey of Hardwar is Super Fantastic….

    Liked by 1 person

    1. moni1706 says:

      Thank you 😊

      Like

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