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We welcome you to Moustache Rishikesh which has a variety of accommodations ready for you to try out. From spacious private rooms to comfortable and futuristic dormitories, we’ve got it all and we can’t wait to show you the rooms, so come along with us. Here are the options available with us like the huge and spacious Deluxe King Room. We also have the amazing Superior King Room. The Superior Triple Room has the capacity to accommodate 3 people in the same room, it’s great for families with kids coming to visit. We also have the option of Superior Quad Room, we told you our options would be abundant! It’s a really good choice for groups traveling together. Friends and families have the best time in Moustache Rishikesh Luxuria. When looking for rooms in Rishikesh, think Moustache Rishikesh Luxuria.

We have a little bit for everyone who comes here. The solo travelers or shorter groups of people enjoy our premium dorms to the hilt. Our superior quality dorms Rooms in Rishikesh are well stocked and prepared for your arrival. The many options will leave you speechless. We’ve got many options for both women and men because we know it’s sometimes easier on the traveler when they get accommodated with other females, and we totally understand that. Think of Moustache for Rishikesh room booking.

Book a stay in our 5-bed mixed dorm if you’re traveling in a small group. It’s a great option for 5 friends looking to stay in one room with individual beds, not cooped up together on one bed. We also have 6-bed mixed dorms, 8-bed mixed dorms, and 10 bed mixed dorms as well. 8-bed female dormitories are specially made to accommodate exclusively women who want to stay amongst other female travelers. Rishikesh hostel room prices are extremely reasonable!

Rishikesh’s crowning glory is the huge river Ganges, which winds its way around the city at breakneck speed. Many monks, acharyas, philosophers, and sannyasis have been drawn to Rishikesh to practice yoga in this serene setting since prehistoric days. Rishikesh has been renowned as a sadhu’s residence ever since. Rishikesh is a sacred town with several Ashrams and is known for meditation all over the world. Rishikesh is currently known throughout the world as the Yoga Capital. Rishikesh has an annual one-week global yoga event in the period of March. Rishikesh too is regarded as the Char Dham’s entry point.

Four prominent holy shrines on the mountains make up the Char Dham (Kedarnath, Badrinath, Gangotri, and Yamunotri) Millions of people go to Rishikesh each year in search of spiritual solace and calm. Several folks go there to practice yoga, go on adventures, and take a spiritual dip. The famous Beatles, Kate Winslet, and a slew of other stars were amongst them. Yoga at Rishikesh is thought to provide “Moksha” (freedom from the pattern of reincarnation), and also a holy bath in the Ganges. Rishikesh Tourism has become a major hub for exciting sports including rafting, hiking, mountaineering, and bungee jumping, in addition to mysticism. Rishikesh is always bustling with visitors.

Also, there are many renowned ashrams, yoga centers, relaxation institutes, Ayurvedic treatment centers, and horoscope centers here. Rishikesh is known as India’s river rafting-rafting center. Two large bridges serve an important role in Rishikesh’s daily life (much like the nervous system in the body). Ram Jhula and Lakshman Jhula (called after Lord Ram and his brother Lakshman, respectively) were 2 jhulas (bridges).

These are indeed the Ramayana’s heroes, that is said to have crossed the Ganges at Rishikesh on the trip up to the mountains. Rishikesh, Ram Jhula (Shivanand Nagar), Muni Ki Reti, Lakshman Jhula or Tapovan, Swarg Ashram, Pashulok Barrage, Dhalwala, 14 Bigha, and Shisham Jhari are just a few of the areas that make up Rishikesh.

To cross the bridge, somebody can take a shared boat or stroll across the overpass from Ram Jhula. Fabric stores, sacred beadwork, pashminas, valuable and quasi rocks, deity imitations, zodiacal jewels, Ayurvedic medicines as well as Vedic published works, and also signs advertising yoga, guided meditation, and Ayurvedic rub down, line both edges of the overpass. Swarg Ashram is located on the other end of the river. Moustache has the best hotel rooms in Rishikesh, so come along.

Swarg Ashram, Gita Bhawan, and Parmarth Niketan are just a few of the major ashrams in the area. Once you cross the bridge, temples meet you with carved gods, and record stores embrace you with heavenly holy rhythms. At Parmarth Niketan & Triveni Ghat in the nightfall or evening, a lovely Ganges Ritual (Ganga Aarti) is held. With Vedic chants, the sounds of hands applauding, and the cymbals, Brahmin Pundits (priests) execute Ganges Puja (ritual devotion) (tabla).

Thousands of devotees attend the Pooja and present the diety with leaves pots fresh flowers and tiny diyas. The miniature glittering lights, drifting candles, river Ganges, and fortunate mood provide such a lovely vision and sensation that anybody who, including people from somewhere outside India who don’t understand Vedic songs, can be drawn to join the meditation. Book Moustache to get the best hotel rooms in Rishikesh.