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The "Ganga aarti" at "Hari ki pauri"ghat, Haridwar is indeed a must see spectecle. With a sea of humanity seated in rapt devotion and diyas lighting up the whole area as the 'aarti' is chanted. The flow of the Ganges and the diyas floating also are a sight to remember.  Literally, "Har" means "Lord Shiva" who is the god according to shaivite Rishav school of Hindu theology, "Ki" means "of" and "Pauri" means "steps".

The "Ganga aarti" at "Hari ki pauri"ghat, Haridwar is indeed a must see spectecle. With a sea of humanity seated in rapt devotion and diyas lighting up the whole area as the 'aarti' is chanted. The flow of the Ganges and the diyas floating also are a sight to remember. Literally, "Har" means "Lord Shiva" who is the god according to shaivite Rishav school of Hindu theology, "Ki" means "of" and "Pauri" means "steps".