Haridwar culture is a fascinating mix of tradition, history and faith.

Considered jointly of the seven holy seats of Hinduism, Haridwar will be pleased with its cultural heritage. People of Haridwar are quite friendly and polite. Other than these qualities, they are religious by their heart. They used to visit the temple daily and performing daily pujas is one of their main habits. Therefore, we can perfectly address them as religious as well as well-mannered. Though one can see many of the local dialects spoken in Haridwar, but the most commonly used languages are Hindi, English and Urdu. Hinduism is the main religion followed in Haridwar as it is very clear from the fact that Haridwar is one of the main pilgrimages of Hindus. Pilgrims from all over the world flock to the present sacred town to require a dip within the holy waters of the watercourse Ganga. Haridwar welcomes the watercourse Ganga to the plain areas.

Haridwar suggests the gurgling of the watercourse Ganges, innumerable temples, groups of monks in saffron clothes, enchanting sounds of Vedic hymns and divine holiness.

Apart from religious importance, Haridwar is also a centre for learning different arts and culture. Haridwar is known for its myriad famous street food stalls. You have some extremely popular street foods in Haridwar serving customers for an extended time.

Famous sweets in Haridwar embrace 2 style retailers named, Mathura Walo ki Pracheen Dukan, and Pandit Sevaram Sharma Doodh Wale, which is over 100 years old. The main festivals celebrated in Haridwar are Diwali, Holi, Ardh Kumbh Mela and Kumbh Mela. Among these all, Kumbh Mela is the most famous one and many people from different nooks of the country come here to get involved in this fair. Haridwar is one of the main pilgrimages of Hindus. Other religions in Haridwar area include Muslims, Christianity and a few individuals happiness to Buddhism.

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