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Rishikesh Vlog | Shopping, Tasting Food & Sightseeing Around Rishikesh & Delhi | Girishri

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This travel vlog is all about shopping, food and sightseeing in Rishikesh and Delhi. On the way back to home from my awesome Kedarkantha trek I will b...

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This travel vlog is all about shopping, food and sightseeing in Rishikesh and Delhi.

On the way back to home from my awesome Kedarkantha trek I will be exploring and doing sightseeing in Rishikesh, Uttarakhand. I reached Rishikesh from Dehradun. The distance between Dehradun and Rishikesh by road is about 50 kms and it takes 1 hour to reach by car.

The places I visited are Ram Jhula and Laxman Jhula which is the suspension bridge which is 450 feet wide across the river Ganga. Laxman Jhula is the place where Laxaman, brother of Lord Ram, crossed the river on jute ropes.

The holy Ganges river is worshipped at various ghats in Rishikesh among which the Ganga Aarti at Parmarth Niketan and Triveni Ghat are distinctively famous which I was lucky to attend the evening maha aarti. Ganga aarti is performed by vedic priest every evening from 6 P.M to 7 P.M. This aarti starts with chanting bhajan, beating drums, bells and lighting diyas offering to Ganga. I also collected holy water of river Ganga. As a symbol of purity in Hindu mythology, the holy river is thought to cleanse believers both spiritually and physically with its waters.

I then visited Rishikesh market for shopping. Rishikesh is famous for handloom and woolen products such as home decors, blankets, clothes etc. I also tasted the famous Aloo-chaat which is tasty tangy spicy snacks from North India especially served as street food. We also visited the famous hotel in Rishikesh known for traditional Garhwali and North Indian thaali served at Chotiwala Restaurant. It offers delicious vegetarian cuisine and is one of the popular eatiers in Rishikesh at the banks of river Ganga.

From Rishikesh we went to Haridwar to catch the railway back to Delhi. The distance between Rishikesh and Haridwar is 20 kms and takes about 30 minutes by road.

In Delhi I visited paranthe wali gali at Chandani Chowk. Previously it was known for silverware shops. By 1911, this area, known as Chota Dariba or Dariba Kalan, got the name Paranthewali Gali due to more than 20 shops serving lip-smacking prathas. Anyone interested in trying and tasting the Indian cuisine should not miss it. Delicious parantha with green chutney was available up and down the street including paneer parantha, rubri parantha, and dry fruit parantha. They also serve papdi-chaat and sweets too.

The other place worth sightseeing in Delhi are Sadar Bazar which is a wholesale market. Sadar Bazar is famous for cheapest jewellery, cosmetics, sarees and clothes as well as toys, gift items and household plastic. It has various lanes for shops of various goods.

I also visited automobile accessories shops situated in Karol Bagh, Delhi. Sadar Bazar to Karol Bagh distance is about 3 kms. So in 15 minutes I reached Karol Bagh which has the famous electronics market called as Gaffar Market. I and my friends did lots of shopping including buying electronic items, bike and cycle accessories, bags, helmets etc. You can buy such products at bargain prices here in Karol Bagh.

From Delhi I took train back to Mumbai. It takes about 20 hours to reach Mumbai from Delhi.

Thus my Kedarkantha trek concluded with exploring and shopping at local markets, tasting traditional food of Rishikesh, Haridwar, and Delhi.
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