|Laxman Jhula (7Kms from Rishikesh)|
|Till 1889, there was just a hanging rope bridge across the river Ganga (without pillar). But it was later rebuilt with iron ropes in the year 1939.
The main attraction of Lakshman Jhula is the temple of Raghunathji. Lakshman is said to have visited this place and is also believed to have done self-mortification to wash his sins for killing a Brahmin.
The Lakshman Jhula connects Rishikesh with Tapovan across the River Ganga where a temple is dedicated to Lakshman.
|Triveni Ghat (106Kms from Rishikesh)|
|It is the place where three streams of Ganga, Yamuna and Saraswati are believed to be flowing together, underground.
Triveni Ghat is a sacred place where Pinda Shradhha is performed.
Pinda Shraddha is a ritual where food is offered to the departed soul. During the evening, prayer of Goddess Ganga is also performed here.
|Swarg Ashram (8kms from Rishikesh)|
|It is located just opposite to Shri Shivananda Ashram.
This place can be reached either by crossing Ganga by a boat or by the Ram Shivanand suspension bridge that is built across the river Ganga.
The temple has an idol of Shri Badrinath Ji.