Built in 1930, the Lakshman Jhula is the most iconic tourist attraction in Rishikesh. It is an iron suspension bridge and is few kilometers upstream from it lesser know sibling the Ram Jhula. Spread over 400+ feet, it connects the Tapovan area to Jonk in Pauri Garhwal district. It is less wide than Ram Jhula but more crowded.
Ideal time to visit is in early morning or in the evening when there is lesser local traffic. In the evening with all lights are lit, it makes an ideal place for some serious photography. For non-Indians it may seem chaotic as all kind of people including vehicles and animals pass this bridge. A cow strolling across the bridge may seem scary for them but its all part of the life here. A definite visit to experience this spiritual extravaganza which is displayed here.
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