Travelling, for most people, is like holding a pair of binoculars.
We often wander around, gazing at the far away horizon, missing what’s near. It’s more like walking a river bed and missing the fun for your eyes are fixed on the banks. I realised it when I started roaming around my own city, Haridwar. Before writing this story for ixigo, I thought it to be a city that’s always bustling with noisy hordes of tourists.
Read more about my discovery of lychee farms, jungle safaris, world’s best laddus, ancient havelis, tonga rides, centuries old dargahs and the river stretch where I used to feed fish, right from childhood. Here are 10 hidden wonders of Haridwar revealed!