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Haridwar, the city of temples and a major destination for pilgrims and tourists alike is situated at the foot of the Himalayas in Uttarakhand. Haridwar is well connected to other popular tourist destinations in Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh, earning it the nickname of Gateway to the Himalayas. It is at a mere distance of 215 kilometers from the capital of the country, New Delhi. New Delhi is a must visit for those tourists visiting Haridwar, due to the glorious historical structures dotting the cityscape and offering a perfect blend of culture, tradition and a modern lifestyle. Also called the Heart of India, Delhi attracts numerous travellers from all of the corners of the world every year. Also Read - PM Modi Takes First Dose of Coronavirus Vaccine at AIIMS, Delhi

The drive from Haridwar to Delhi takes around 4 to 5 hours by road, and a number of direct buses from Haridwar to Delhi are available from Haridwar, or can be booked online, running from 5 AM to 7:30 PM, taking around 6 hours to reach. Also Read - Horoscope, March 1, Monday: Hectic Day For Aries, Leos to Feel Superbly Energetic

If travelling by road, start of the journey by proceeding on NH 58, via the Haridwar-Dehradun Road. Cross Roorkee and head towards Muzzafarnagar via Mangalaur, moving on towards Khatauli, Meerut and Modinagar. Heavy Traffic at Modinagar might delay your journey for a short duration, but is unavoidable. From Modinagar the journey is a mere 50 kilometers, and keep on NH 58 to reach your destination, New Delhi.