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About Haridwar


The city of Haridwar is one of the most important pilgrimage centers of the Indian subcontinent. The River Ganges flows through this city due to which it is considered to be one of the seven holy place for the Hindus.

Places of Stay
Hotel Khanna Palace, Hotel Har Ki Pauri, Hotel Jewel, Hotel Jahanavi etc are some of the well-known hotels of Haridwar where you can have a comfortable stay with your family.

Places of Interest
Har Ki Pauri: This is a sacred Ghat which is about 2.5 km from ths bus stand twas built in King Vikramaditya fond memory of his brother during the 1st century.Kankhal : Houses the  Daksheswara Mahadev Temple is 54 km from the Haridwar Bus Stand.Mansa Devi Temple: This temple dates back to the 11th century and the bus stand is only 2km from this temple.The Chandi Devi temple: Has Goddess Chandi as its presiding deity lies at a distance of 3km from the bus stand.The Sapt Rishi Ashram and Sapt Sarovar. The bus stands are 5.5km from here.Shantikunj at a distance of 6km from the main bus stand.

How to Get There

Jolly Grant Airport and the Indira Gandhi International Airport are the nearest airports to Haridwar.

The Haridwar Railway Station connects this holy city to almost all the major cities across India.

Tourists who wish to get to Haridwar by bus can get ac and Volvo buses through Online Bus Ticket Booking facility which is offered by Online Bus Booking websites like Bus booking offers at can be availed of when you book your tickets.

About Moradabad


Moradabad is a sprawling, rapidly developing city in Uttar Pradesh. Situated on the banks of the river Ram Ganga, it is the capital of the Moradabad district. Nearby cities to Moradabad are Bareilly (67 km) and New Delhi (167 km).  Moradabad was founded by and named after the Mughal Emperor Shah Jehan’s son Murad; and is also known as “Pital Nagri” or “City of Brass” because of its renowned brass industry.

Places to Stay
There are a good number of budget hotels in Moradabad. These are Hotel Grand Sai (Tariff – Rs. 1000), Hotel Raj Mahal (Tariff – Rs. 1000), and Clarks Inn Moradabad (Tariff – Rs. 1000).

The official languages of Moradabad are Hindi, English and Urdu. Other languages spoken here are Khariboli, Hariyanvi, Punjabi, and Kumaoni.

Since Moradabad is a city with diverse cultures, a number of festivals are celebrated here. Prominent ones are Eid-ul-fitr, Diwali, and Dussehra.

Places of Interest
There are several historical sites worth visiting in Moradabad’s vicinity such as the Red Fort (150 km), India Gate, and Jama Masjid-which was constructed by Shah Jehan and his son Murad.

How to Get There

The nearest airport to Moradabad is Indira Gandhi International Airport at a distance of 160 km from the city.

Moradabad is connected to the rest of India through Northern Railways. Most major trains to Delhi and beyond pass through the Moradabad Junction.

There are daily bus services to Lucknow and Delhi. The best bus operators that offer good experience for passengers are Malhotra Golden Bus Services, RS Yadav Travels, and UPSRTC. Booking bus tickets online from several bus booking websites like is very convenient. 

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