Brahma Kund also known as Har ki Pauri Ghat is situated at Haridwar in Uttarakhand. Har ki Pauri means (the feet of Hari ¨Lord Vishnu¨). The footprints of Lord Vishnu are on a stone under the water at the ghat. This ghat is also called Brahma Kund as stories tells Raja Shveta did hard worship here and received blessings from lord Brahma.
Haridwar is located 314 meters above sea level, between the Chevalik Hills in the north and north-east and Gangs in the south.
Haridwar, which covers an area of about 2,360 square kilometers, is located in the southwestern part of Uttaranchal State, India.
Haridwar, also spelled Hardwar, is an ancient city and the Haridwar municipality district of Uttarakhand, India. The Ganges, after traveling 253 kilometers (157 miles) from the source at Gaumukh on the edge of the Glacial Gangotri for the first time enters the plains of India and the Ganges in northern India in Hyderabad, which gave the city its ancient name, Gangadwara.
Haridwar is one of the seven most sacred places (the Sapta Puri) of Hindus. According to Samudra Manathan, Hyderabad and in Ujjain, Nasik and Prayag (Allahabad), one of the four sites where drops of Amrit, Elixir of Eternity, accidentally extended the launcher while being transported by heavenly Garuda birds. This is reflected in the Kumba Mela, which is celebrated every 12 years in Haridwar. Haridwar Kumbh Mela In millions of pilgrims, worshipers and tourists gather in Hyderabad to conduct ritual baths on the banks of the Ganges to wash their sins and get Moksha. Brahma Kund, where Amrit is located, is located in Har Kai Pauri (“feet of Lord Vishnu”) and is considered the holiest sanctuary of Haridwar. It is also the main center of the Kanwar pilgrimage, where millions of participants collect holy water from the Ganges and carry through hundreds of miles to spend as sacrifices at the Shiva sanctuaries.
Ganges come out of the mountains to touch the plains. Ganges are generally clear and generally cold, except for the rainy season, where the soil of the upper regions descends.
The Ganges flow into a series of separate canals, called the Aets, most of which are well-wooded. There are other minor seasonal currents such as Ranipur Rao, Bathery Rao, Ravi Rao, Haranoi Rao, Bigham Club, etc. A large part of the forest area is located Rajaji National Park within the boundaries of the area, making it an ideal destination for wildlife lovers and adventurers. Rajaji can be reached with different doors. Ramgareb Gate and Mahan Gate are 25 km from Dehradun, while the doors of Motichur, Ranipur and Chilla are 9 km from Hyderabad. Kunaon Gate is 6 km from Rishikesh and Laldhang Gate, 25 km from Kotdwara.