The Ganga Aarti at Ram Ghat is one of the most beautiful experiences in India. The spiritually uplifting ceremony performed daily to pay homage to the River Goddess Ganga. Every evening as dusk descends, it’s time for The Ganga Aarti to perform at The Ram Ghat. It’s a powerful and uplifting spiritual ritual. The Ganga Aarti takes place at the Ram Ghat, facing the river. Lamps are lit and circled (should be aarti is performed) by Pandits (priests) in a clockwise manner accompanied by chanting of songs in praise of River Ganga. The power of deity acquire by lamps . The word ‘aarti’, in Sanskrit word “Aaratrik”, which means a form of worship, in which light from lamps, with ghee (purified butter) or camphor, is offered to one or more deities. The aarti symbolizes the five elements Ether (Akash), Air (Vayu), Fire (Agni), Water (Jal) and Earth (Prithvi). After the ceremony is complete, devotees cup their hands over the flame and raise their palms to their forehead to acquire the goddess blessings. You need to witness the event to comprehend its grandiose.
Where to attend Ganga Aarti:
You can attend Ganga Aarti at Triveni Sangam, you can easily reach there by any means of surface Transport prominently used by people railways, roadways or Airways.
You can take use shared Taxi’s, Auto’s or Book a Cab (online or offline) to reach Triveni Sangam.
Distance from Important Railway Stations & Airport:
Prayagraj Junction: 7-8 kms approx.
Prayagraj Cheoki: 10 kms approx.
Naini Junction: 8 kms approx.
Prayag Junction: 7-8 kms approx
Prayagraj Sangam: 2.5 Kms approx.
Prayagraj Civil Airport: 17 kms approx.