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Uttarakhand

Located at Haridwar, we operate the Maa Mansa Devi and Maa Chandi Devi Ropeways.

Maa Mansadevi Ropeway, Haridwar, Uttarakhand, India

Passenger ropeway services are provided by Usha Ropeways at the auspicious location of Haridwar. Maa Mansadevi Temple is one of the most pious temples in the Northern India. Mansadevi temple is located on top of the Shivalik hills. It is considered as one of the most ancient and famous ‘Sidhpeethas’, holy places where one’s wishes are fulfilled, according to the Hindu mythology. According to the Hindu mythologies, Mansadevi along with Chandidevi and Mayadevi form a Sidhapeetha triangle in the holy city of Haridwar and every year, millions of devotees visit these temples.

Technical Details

Parameter:                        MANSADEVI

In service since (Year):    1981

Ropeway Type:                 Monocable Detachable Grip

Capacity (PPH):                800

Speed (m/s):                     3

Vertical Rise (Meter):      171

Length (Meter):               576

Type of Cabin / Chair:      Semi enclosed, 4 Seater Cabin

No. of cabin / chair:         26

Hauling Rope dia (mm):  33

No. of Tower:                    6

Redundancies

There are 4 levels of Redundancies available –

  1. Diesel Generator Set – To be used in case of Grid Power failure
  2. Emergency Rescue Motor Drive – To be used in case of Main Drive Controller Failure , when Grid Power or Diesel Generator Power is available
  3. Emergency Rescue Diesel Engine Drive – To be used in case of Grid Power and Diesel Generator Power failure
  4. Manual Rescue System (with trained manpower) –   To be used in case of Grid Power, Diesel Generator, Emergency Rescue Motor drive and Emergency Rescue Engine drive Failure
Operation and Maintenance Team
  1. Five Mechanical Engineers with cumulative experience of more than65 years in  ropeway operation and maintenance.
  2. Three  Electrical Engineer with cumulative experience of more than 18 years in  ropeway operation and maintenance.
  3. Eleven Maintenance staff with cumulative experience of more than150 years in  ropeway operation and maintenance.
Connectivity

Har- Ki Pauri to Mansadevi Ropeway-       0.5 kms
Railway Station to Mansadevi Ropeway –  1.5 kms
Bus Stand to Mansadevi Ropeway –            1.5 kms

Timings

During Peak-Season – 6:30AM onwards
During Off- Season – 8:30AM onwards

How To Contact

Address:

Upper Road, Hardwar,
Uttarakhand

Ph: 01334 – 227745, 226828

Other Relevant Details

Tariff:

Normal Ticket – Rs 58 (To & Fro)
One way ticket – Rs 37 (For Downward journey)
Concession Ticket – Rs 37 (For physically handicapped & war widows)
Combined Ticket – Rs 160 (Combined for both Mansadevi and Chandidevi ropeways)
Combined Ticket + transport – Rs 215 (Ropeway ride of both Mansadevi and Chandidevi ropeways and road transport from Mansadevi ropeway to Chandidevi ropeway and back)
Note – Children less than 110 cm height are will not be charged any fees.

What Facilities and Amenities: 

  • Cafeteria
  • Toilets
  • Gardens
  • Purified drinking water
  • Souvenir Shop
  • Children’s play area
  • Photography points
  • Navgrah Vatika
  • Family store
  • Waiting hall and resting area

 

 

Places of Interest Around Mansadevi Ropeway

Har Ki Pauri

This is the main attraction point for all the pilgrims & tourists coming to Hardwar. At this very place lies Bharhmakund, a place where Amrit is said to have fallen. All tourisits coming to Hardawr make it a point to have a dip in the sacred water of Bhramakund, which is believed to rid people of their  present & past sins.

Ganga AartiEvery Morning & Evening at sunrise & sunset Ganga Aarti is performed at the Ghats of Har ki Pauri. The spectacular evening Aarti at Har ki pauri is popular worldwide. During Aarti, the water of the sacred river Ganga shines from the lights of burning lamps and the burning diyas floated by the devotees.

Maya Devi Temple

This temple is located in the centre of the city and is considered as one of the Siddha peethas. The temple is dedicated to Mata Sati. Maya Devi is known as the Aadhishatri Devi of Hardwar thus highly revered by the locals.

Daksh Mahadev Temple

The ancient temple of Daksha Mahadev is situated in the south Kankhal town. Mythology is that King Daksha Prajapati, father of Mata Sati, performed yagya at this place. As he did not invite Lord Shiva, Mata Sati felt insulted. Therefore she burnt herself in the yagya Kund present here. This place speaks of this legend.

Sapt Rishi Ashram & Sarovar

It is said that Ganga had split herself in seven currents at this place so that the Sapt (seven) Rishis worshipping there are not disturbed.

Patanjali Yogpeeth

It has become one of the important pilgrim destinations since its inception. With state of the art infrastructure and facilities it attracts both tourists and herbal therapy seekers.

Shanti kunj

This institution is run by Gayatri Parivar, a social organization. The organization takes it’s inspiration from the Gayatri Mantra. The place attracts tourists & Cultural enthusiasts.

Other famous temple includes Bharat Mata temple, Dudadhari temple, Vaishno Mata Temple & Paawan Dham.

Rishikesh 24 km)

Around 24 kms away from Hardwar, Rishikesh is one of the best located pilgrimage centres along the banks of river Ganga. Rishikesh gives the tourist a breathtaking experience of natural beauty. Also to mention is the peace and tranquillity of a landscape associated with ‘munis’ and meditation. Today Rishikesh has become a centre for learning and research on yoga and meditation- the renowned Indian methods for mental and physical health. The week-long International Yoga festival which attracts participation from all across the world is held here annually in the month of February on the banks of a serene Ganga.

Neelkanth Mahadev: (38km)

Thousands of devotees visit Neelkanth Mahadev throughout the year. It is situated on the summit of the mountain across the sacred Ganga River. According to mythology, this is the place where Lord Shiva drank the venom produced during ‘Sagar Manthan’ which turned his throat blue, and hence, it came to be known as Neelkanth. Mahadev and Neelkanth are names given to Lord Shiva. It is situated 38km from Haridwar.

Rajaji National Park

Haridwar is also a popular destination for nature and adventure lovers. The Rajaji National Park spreads across an area of 820 sq. km., attracts wildlife lovers with its pristine scenic beauty and rich bio diversity. Three sanctuaries of the Shivalikrange viz; Rajaji, Motichur and Chilla were amalgamated into a large protected area and named Rajaji National Park in the year 1983. It has 23 species of mammals and 315 species of avifauna. One could get the exciting sight of the carefree movement of wild elephants or for that matter, other inhabitants like tigers, leopards, jungle cats, Himalayan yellow throated martens, sambers, cheetal, barking deer, wild boar, langoor, ghural, sloth beer, king cobra, woodpecker, etc. The river shelters fish in abundance.

Dehradun (55 km)

Dehradun is the town associated with important Defence & Government Organisations. It houses the Indian Military academy, The Naval Hydrographic, DRDO, Ordinance Factory, DEAL, ONGC and other premier Institutions.

Mussoorie (90km)

Known as the ‘Queen of hills’, Mussoorie is a well-known leisure destination and a hot favourite with domestic as well as foreign tourists. It is set in the foothills of Himalayas in the Dehradun district of Garhwal region in Uttarakhand state. It’s picturesque surroundings featuring varied flora and fauna, and fantastic weather conditions attract nature lovers throughout the year. Situated just 85kms from Haridwar, Mussoorie is set at an elevation of 2005 mts above sea level.. Kempty Falls, the mall road, Bhatta falls, Gunhill and LalTibba are some of the popular places nearby Mussoorie.

New Tehri: (98 km)

New Tehri is the only planned town of Uttarakhand state which was made during the construction of the Tehri Dam. Every month thousands of tourists visit Tehri to see the stagnant water of the massive Tehri Dam. The Dam is situated amidst high mountains many of which are submerged under water. New Tehri is very well connected with motorable roads.

Dev prayag(99 km)

Devprayag is the sacred confluence of the two holy rivers Bhagirathi and Alaknanda, and is one of the five confluences of Alaknanda River and the origin of Ganga River thus making its waters holier. Devprayag is the seat of the pundits of Badrinath Dham. Dev Prayag is at an elevation of 472mts above sea level and is located 99kms ahead of Haridwar on NH58 connecting BadrinathDham.


Maa Chandidevi Ropeway, Haridwar, Uttarakhand, India

Located atop Neel Parvat Haridwar, the Chandidevi temple is one of the most ancient temples of Northern India. The main deity is said to have been installed in the 8th century by Shri Adi Shankaracharya. It is believed that the Goddess fulfills the noble wishes of her devotees. To the millions of devotees thronging this temple year after year, our Ropeway provides great service by facilitating safe and time-saving transportation to the hill-top shrine. While the upward trek takes over an hour from the foothill to the hill top, the Ropeway ride takes just five minutes to reach the shrine.

Technical Details

Parameter:                         CHANDIDEVI

In service since (Year):       1997

Ropeway Type :                  Monocable Detachable Grip

Capacity (PPH):                    800

Speed (m/s) :                       2.75

Vertical Rise (Meter):           208

Length (Meter):                    767

Type of Cabin / Chair :       Semi enclosed, 4 Seater Cabin

No. of cabin / chair :           40

Hauling Rope dia (mm):      36

No. of Tower :                       6

Redundancies

There are 4 level of Redundancies available –

  1. Diesel Generator Set – To be used in case of Grid Power failure
  2. Emergency Rescue Motor Drive – To be used in case of Main Drive Controller Failure , when Grid Power or Diesel Generator Power is available
  3. Emergency Rescue Diesel Engine Drive – To be used in case of Grid Power and Diesel Generator Power failure
  4. Manual Rescue System (with rigorously trained manpower) –   To be used in case of Grid Power, Diesel Generator, Emergency Rescue Motor drive and Emergency Rescue Engine drive Failure
Operation and Maintenance Team
  1. Five  Mechanical Engineers with cumulative experience of over 65 years in ropeway operation and maintenance.
  2. Three  Electrical Engineers  with cumulative experience of over  18 years in ropeway operation and maintenance.
  3. Eleven Maintenance staff with  cumulative experience of over 150 years in ropeway operation and maintenance.
Connectivity
  • Har- Ki Pauri to Chandidevi Ropeway –     3.0 kms
  • Railway Station to Chandidevi Ropeway – 3.0 kms
  • Bus Stand to Chandidevi Ropeway –           3.0 kms
Timings

During Peak Season – 7.00 AM to 6.30 PM
During Off Season – 8.30 AM to 5.30 PM

How To Contact

Address:
Najibabad Road, Hardwar,
Uttarakhand
Ph: 01334 – 220323, 220324

Other Relevant Details

Tariff:

  • Normal Ticket – Rs 102 (To & Fro)
  • One way ticket – Rs 70 (For Downward journey)
  • Concession Ticket – Rs 75 (For physically handicapped & war widows)
  • Combined Ticket – Rs 160 (Ropeway ride of both the ropeways)
  • Combined Ticket + transport – Rs 215 (Ropeway ride of both ropeways and road transport from Mansadevi ropeway to Chandidevi ropeway and back)

Note – Children less than 110 cm height are free.

Other  Facilities and Amenities:?

  • Cafeteria
  • Toilets
  • Gardens
  • Purified drinking water
  • Souvenir Shop
  • Children’s play area
  • Photography points
  • Navgrah Vatika
  • Family store
  • Waiting hall and resting area

 

 

Places of Interest Around Chandidevi Ropeway

Har Ki Pauri

This is the main attraction point for all the pilgrims & tourists coming to Hardwar. At this very place lies Bharhmakund, a place where Amrit is said to have fallen. All tourisits coming to Hardawr make it a point to have a dip in the sacred water of Bhramakund, which is believed to rid people of their  present & past sins.

Ganga AartiEvery Morning & Evening at sunrise & sunset Ganga Aarti is performed at the Ghats of Har ki Pauri. The spectacular evening Aarti at Har ki pauri is popular worldwide. During Aarti, the water of the sacred river Ganga shines from the lights of burning lamps and the burning diyas floated by the devotees.

Maya Devi Temple

This temple is located in the centre of the city and is considered as one of the Siddha peethas. The temple is dedicated to Mata Sati. Maya Devi is known as the Aadhishatri Devi of Hardwar thus highly revered by the locals.

Daksh Mahadev Temple

The ancient temple of Daksha Mahadev is situated in the south Kankhal town. Mythology is that King Daksha Prajapati, father of Mata Sati, performed yagya at this place. As he did not invite Lord Shiva, Mata Sati felt insulted. Therefore she burnt herself in the yagya Kund present here. This place speaks of this legend.

Sapt Rishi Ashram & Sarovar

It is said that Ganga had split herself in seven currents at this place so that the Sapt (seven) Rishis worshipping there are not disturbed.

Patanjali Yogpeeth

It has become one of the important pilgrim destinations since its inception. With state of the art infrastructure and facilities it attracts both tourists and herbal therapy seekers.

Shanti kunj

This institution is run by Gayatri Parivar, a social organization. The organization takes it’s inspiration from the Gayatri Mantra. The place attracts tourists & Cultural enthusiasts.

Other famous temple includes Bharat Mata temple, Dudadhari temple, Vaishno Mata Temple & Paawan Dham.

Rishikesh ( 24 km)

Around 24 kms away from Hardwar, Rishikesh is one of the best located pilgrimage centres along the banks of river Ganga. Rishikesh gives the tourist a breathtaking experience of natural beauty. Also to mention is the peace and tranquillity of a landscape associated with ‘munis’ and meditation. Today Rishikesh has become a centre for learning and research on yoga and meditation- the renowned Indian methods for mental and physical health. The week-long International Yoga festival which attracts participation from all across the world is held here annually in the month of February on the banks of a serene Ganga.

Neelkanth Mahadev: (38km)

Thousands of devotees visit Neelkanth Mahadev throughout the year. It is situated on the summit of the mountain across the sacred Ganga River. According to mythology, this is the place where Lord Shiva drank the venom produced during ‘Sagar Manthan’ which turned his throat blue, and hence, it came to be known as Neelkanth. Mahadev and Neelkanth are names given to Lord Shiva. It is situated 38km from Haridwar.

Rajaji National Park

Haridwar is also a popular destination for nature and adventure lovers. The Rajaji National Park spreads across an area of 820 sq. km., attracts wildlife lovers with its pristine scenic beauty and rich bio diversity. Three sanctuaries of the Shivalikrange viz; Rajaji, Motichur and Chilla were amalgamated into a large protected area and named Rajaji National Park in the year 1983. It has 23 species of mammals and 315 species of avifauna. One could get the exciting sight of the carefree movement of wild elephants or for that matter, other inhabitants like tigers, leopards, jungle cats, Himalayan yellow throated martens, sambers, cheetal, barking deer, wild boar, langoor, ghural, sloth beer, king cobra, woodpecker, etc. The river shelters fish in abundance.

Dehradun (55 km)

Dehradun is the town associated with important Defence & Government Organisations. It houses the Indian Military academy, The Naval Hydrographic, DRDO, Ordinance Factory, DEAL, ONGC and other premier Institutions.

Mussoorie (90km)

Known as the ‘Queen of hills’, Mussoorie is a well-known leisure destination and a hot favourite with domestic as well as foreign tourists. It is set in the foothills of Himalayas in the Dehradun district of Garhwal region in Uttarakhand state. It’s picturesque surroundings featuring varied flora and fauna, and fantastic weather conditions attract nature lovers throughout the year. Situated just 85kms from Haridwar, Mussoorie is set at an elevation of 2005 mts above sea level.. Kempty Falls, the mall road, Bhatta falls, Gunhill and LalTibba are some of the popular places nearby Mussoorie.

New Tehri: (98 km)

New Tehri is the only planned town of Uttarakhand state which was made during the construction of the Tehri Dam. Every month thousands of tourists visit Tehri to see the stagnant water of the massive Tehri Dam. The Dam is situated amidst high mountains many of which are submerged under water. New Tehri is very well connected with motorable roads.

Dev prayag(99 km)

Devprayag is the sacred confluence of the two holy rivers Bhagirathi and Alaknanda, and is one of the five confluences of Alaknanda River and the origin of Ganga River thus making its waters holier. Devprayag is the seat of the pundits of Badrinath Dham. Dev Prayag is at an elevation of 472mts above sea level and is located 99kms ahead of Haridwar on NH58 connecting BadrinathDham.