Sapta Rishi Ashram and Sapt Sarovar:
It is believed that seven sages meditated at this place. Kashyapa, Vashisht, Atri, Vishwamitra, Jamadagi, Bharadwaja, and Gautam were the seven rishis. Ganga split herself into seven streams to avoid any disturbance to their meditation.
A modern temple made entirely of glass pieces, Pawan Dham is now a popular tourist destination. The temple complex was constructed by the effort of Swami Vedanta and Ji Maharaj and the institute located there is growing under the leadership of Swami Sahaj Prakash Ji Maharaj. People from Moga in Punjab have put considerable efforts and money to erect this place.
Bharat Mata Mandir:
5 km north of the center. Dedicated to Mother India, this is half temple, half nation building exercise, with seven floors stacked with deities, saints, and secular heroes of all Indian faiths.
Mansa Devi Temple:
Mansa Devi temple is perched on the top of the Bilwa Parwat and it is dedicated to Goddess Mansa Devi. Mansa Devi can be reached either by a ropeway that carries pilgrims to the temple or on foot. A statue of the Goddess here has three mouths and five arms, while the other one has eight arms. The temple affords bird’s eye view of Haridwar.
Chandi Devi temple:
Situated on the top of the Neel Parvat, Chandi Temple was built in 1929 by Suchat Singh, the King of Kashmir. The temple can be reached after a 3km trek from Chandi Ghat. The main statue of Chandi Devi Temple is said to be established by the Adi Shankaracharya in the 8th century. The cable car has also been introduced up to Chandi Devi Temple.
Daksha Mahadev Temple:
This ancient Daksha Mahadev Temple (Daksheswara Mahadev Temple) is located in the south Kankhal with Lord Shiva as its presiding deity. According to mythology, this temple is supposed to have been the site of a Ganga conducted by Daksha.
Evening Arti at Har ki Pauri:
It is also known as Brahmakund and it is believed to be the place where divine nectar fell from the pitcher. It is the site for the famous Kumbh Mela which is celebrated in 12 years. A large number of devotees comes especially to Haridwar to take a holy dip in the Ganga River. At twilight, when evening aarti has performed the reflection of the golden diyas that keep floating on the river offers an enchanting view of the ghat to the visitors. This sacred Ghat was built by King Vikramaditya in memory of his brother Bhatrihari, who is said to have meditated on the banks of Ganga in Haridwar.