Open Time : 6am–8:30pm
Entry : paid
Address : Bhuma Niketan, Haridwar, Sapta Sarover Road, Motichur, Haridwar, Uttarakhand, India
Website : http://shribhumaniketan.com/
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Why to visit Bhuma Niketan
- Bhuma Niketan, located on the Saptasarovar Marg, is a popular pilgrimage site in Haridwar.
- The shrine is home to magnificent idols of various gods and goddesses.
- The sculptures of Shiva and Parvati adorning the shrine's entrance gates, are the temple's main attraction.
- Swami Shri Bhumananda Teerth Ji founded the temple, which is based on the teachings of Shri Adi Shankaracharya.
Bhuma Niketan Ashram
- The statue of Mahadev holding Sati's burned body in his hands is this location's main draw.
- As a charitable trust, it supplied food and shelter for the elderly and the needy, as well as organizing medical camps for the poorer sections of the surrounding villages.
- The trust accommodates travellers for free and arranges mass weddings for girls from poor families.
- Saptrishi Ashram (0.9 km)
- Bharat Mata Mandir (0.8 km)
- Shantikunj Gayatri Parivar (1.6 km)
- Vishnu Ghat (1.1 km)
- Magpie- The Meeting Place (0.5 km)
- Gurudev Punjabi Restaurant (0.7 km)
- Spice n Flavours (1.2 km)
- Limelight Restaurant (2.8 km)
Best Time To Visit: October to March
Distance From Har Ki Pauri: 3 km
Ideal Duration: 30 minutes
FAQ on Bhuma Niketan
What are the nearby attractions close to Bhuma Niketan?
The nearby attractions include: Saptrishi Ashram (0.9 km), Bharat Mata Mandir (0.8 km), and Shantikunj Gayatri Parivar (1.6 km).
What are the nearby restaurants close to Bhuma Niketan?
The nearby restaurants include: Magpie- The Meeting Place (0.5 km), Gurudev Punjabi Restaurant (0.7 km), and Spice n Flavours (1.2 km).
What time of year is ideal for visiting Bhuma Niketan?
Although one can travel to the Bhuma Niketan Temple at any time of year, the optimum time to do so is from October to March.
How to reach Bhuma Niketan?
Bhuma Niketan is located on the Saptshringi Marg in Haridwar and is accessible by local taxi. Go straight to Dudhadhari Chowk from Har ki Pauri. Taking a right from the chowk will bring you to Saptshringi Road, where Bhuma Niketan is on the left.
Don't forget to carry camera to capture the beautiful temple inside and out. You are required to pay a fee for the assistance of cows upon entry. It's a type of ticket.
By Abhilasha Prasad
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