If you have ever harboured the secret wish of finding yourself the sole inhabitant of a beautiful island, but without the effort of having to lift a finger to fend for yourself, Vedic is just the place for you.
Spread across on 500 acres secluded Island encompassed by Holy River Ganga, Vedic is blanketed by lush greenery and fringed by pristine beaches. Perched on an unexplored and peaceful island, Vedic is the ideal getaway for a never-before intimacy with the natural world and forest surroundings.
Vedic nests in Haridwar, Uttarakhand, the land of gods, ancient temples, rich culture and civilization which blend smoothly into each other giving this city a typical, rustic charm that is irresistible for many. It is amongst the first places where the river Ganga touches the plains after flowing down the mountains. Haridwar is a town steeped in rich history and traces its root back to the vedic ages. According to popular Hindu mythology, the city of Haridwar was created when a drop of nectar spilled over from the kundalini which was being carried by the celestial bird Garuda after the mythical Samudra Manthan.
Hari – ki – Pauri: This is a ghat constructed on the banks of the Ganga by king Vikramaditya to commemorate his brother Brithari’s penance to invoke divine blessings. The most sacred and pious amongst all ghat that comprise Hari ki Pauri is Brahmakund. The evening aarti, an enchanting and spiritually rewarding experience, is offered to Goddess Ganga where, after the aarti, diyas are set afloat in the river. The sight of these diyas bobbing up and down in the water is a mesmerizing experience and is bound to leave you spellbound.
Chandi Devi Temple: Constructed in 1929 by Suchat Singh, the king of Kashmir, this temple is dedicated to Goddess Chandi.
Mansa Devi Temple: Situated atop the Bilwa Parvat and offering a panoramic view of the city below, Mansa Devi temple is the place to go if you need your desires (mansa) to be fulfilled. The cable car ride to reach this temple is very popular amongst tourists and pilgrims alike.
Neel Dhara Pakshi Vihar: A bird watcher’s delight, the Neel Dhara bird sanctuary is situated approximately 3.5 km from the city.
Sati Kund: Another place of historical and cultural importance. This is the place where, if legend is to be believed, Sati immolated herself.