Haridwar is considered as the city where people can purify their mind, body and soul.

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Pollution in holy river Ganga and generally in any river, had been the source of great concern for the environmental scientist. Reasons being so many that it’s hard to keep it on religious terms that why should we respect Holy Ganga and treat her like a mother or at least life giving the source of…

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The city of Gods & Spirituality Haridwar the land of gods, the land of spirituality has always been a tourist hotspot. Its spirituality and religious background keep pulling people towards it. Though there are many reasons for its fame, but there are certain things which I would like to tell you about.  The famed river…

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Haridwar and Rishikesh are twin cities that are considered as the adobe of gods. The holy river Ganga, also known as the river of gods, flows through both the cities, thus- purifying their environments. The river is lined by dozens of temples with deities of gods and goddesses, which make both the towns spiritual. Every…

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I don’t want to sound rude, but to me it feels like young generation lives only for one reason: girls for boys and boys for girls. Ridiculous life and pathetic lifestyle. No manners, uncivilized behavior. Alcohol and all sort of intoxication (medically unfit for any job). Entertainment entertainment and entertainment.  All discoveries were done for…

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मां गंगा में डुबकी लगा हुए सभी एकरस अर्धकुंभ नगरी (हरिद्वार)। अर्धकुंभ के दूसरे स्नान और सोमवती अमावस्या पर श्रद्धालुओं का सैलाब उमड़ पड़ा। लाखों श्रद्धालुओं की भीड़ सोमवती अमावस को गंगा में डुबकी लगाकर बीती रात से ही लौटने लगी थी। जितने लोग वापस जा रहे थे, उतने ही आ रहे थे। यह था…

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ऊर्जा न तो नष्ट होती है और न ही पैदा की जा सकती है बल्कि इसे एक वस्तु से दूसरी वस्तु में अथवा रूप में स्थानांतरित किया जा सकता है। यह ऊर्जा का वैज्ञानिक सिद्धान्त है। हम दिन भर जो भी कार्य करते हैं अथवा अपने चारों ओर जो भी घटनाएं होते हुए देखते हैं…

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यं हि न व्यथयन्त्येते पुरुषं पुरुषर्षभ। समदु:खसुखम् धीरंसोअमृतत्वाय कल्पते। Srimadbhagvadgita(chapter 2, 15th shloka) Meaning:- The wise person to whom pain and pleasure are alike, and who is not tormented by these contacts, becomes eligible for immortality. Explanation:- lord Krishna tells Arjun that one should ignore the feelings of pain and pleasure in order to attain…

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