200hr Yoga TTC Certified Yoga Alliance,USA, Fees - 1300USD



30 Days 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training In Rishikesh-India

UPCOMING COURSES STARTING DATES: 8th Dec 2018, 5th Jan 2019, 5th Feb 2019, 6th March 2019.

NOTE: We also provide with EMI Facility for credit card (ICICI, HDFC, HSBC, Axis, Standard Chatrered, Yes, Kotak, Ratnakar Bank ) for indians who want to undergo the course at our centre.

Om Yoga International is a registered organization by Government of India and Certified Yoga Alliance USA. This is a world class training institute perfect for both yoga beginners looking for physically healthy body as well as mental development to maintain happiness, peace and harmony in their life. Here, you can also explore yourself spiritually beacuse in Om Yoga, studies are based on our pure ancient tradition. This training course helps you in your personal life as well as your career also. As after undergoing this training, one can opt for making Yoga as a profession. As this is an internationally certified course, it gives you an opportunity to work in any part of the world in yoga line.


200hr Indian Traditional Ashtanga and Hatha Yoga Teacher Training Course has a duration of total 30days(4 weeks). This is a basic yoga teacher training course where we prepare the students to have good knowledge about not only asanas but also yoga. Nowadays, people have given the meaning to Yoga as Asanas only and very rare people include pranayama in Yoga. But real meaning of Yoga seems to be getting disappearing these days. But, we here at Om Yoga in addition to Asanas and Pranayama, also teach real meaning of Yoga. Actually, in our vedas, ancient texts nowhere it is mentioned Yoga is asanas. So, we focus on what vedas says about Yoga(This is why we say we teach from the traiditonal pount of view). Try to familarize our students with the real meaning of Yoga. This helps them to understand about this path of Yoga and practice it in a much more better way. This lets our students to gain confidence so that if they go in any part of the world and talk to any person regarding yoga, they donot loose confidence and be firm in their knowledge and feel proud from inside that they have done a good course with Om Yoga as all our concepts are fully supported with the vedic mantras and also scientifically. We have gained a good experience in this path. It is our own experience , we see students who come to do Yoga at our centre have main focus of doing asanas only because they have made up their mind before coming here for yoga as asanas only but when we teach them the real meaning of yoga, how yoga includes 3 aspects: physical, mental and spiritual, they love listening to that. How Yoga can be helpful in our daily life,, how it can help a person to live a good and harmonius life. Most of them even feel surprised to liten to these types of talks and sometimes get so overwhelmed. All this they then try to implement in their life which helps them to live a happy and balanced life. 

Another thing most of the people seen nowadays feel they cannot do Yoga because they have no flexible bodies or suffer from some physical problem. And so feel demotivated for doing Yoga. But we have planned our courses in a systematical manner that anyone can do these courses. Studies in Om Yoga touch totally therapy concepts which is easy for each and everyone to carry out irrespective of any physical problem. We have made different series of Asanas(around 6) , Pranayama(around 4) and philosophy too(Philosophy we teach from very basic level). Our series are designed very systematically from basic level to advanced level. We start teaching from basic series and week by week, slowly and gradually take to advanced series. In this method, even those people who have less flexibility or any physical problem, also can do easily without facing much exertion physically or mentally. And those who say we cannot do Yoga because of less flexibility they come to the point where they can even do advanced level too.This builds confidence in them upon what they have studied. As rather than touching the modern studies of Yoga, we start from very traditional concepts.This has been our experience since many years. This process that we teach is followed very rare people. 



This course is divided into 5 Modules:

  1. Practice (Physically, Mentally and Spiritually)
  2. Anatomy and Physiology of Yogic Practices
  3. Traditional Yogic Philosophy
  4. Yogic Lifestyle
  5. Teaching Methodology and Practice
  6. Evaluation

We have framed a well organized structure of Yoga for our Yoga students to help them acheive better results in these 30 days. Each and every module has been thoughtfully designed to make it easy to understand and practice it in a well planned manner. The batches are led by our well experienced Yoga Instructors . After this 30 days course, we gurantee that students leave our centre with enough knowledge about Yoga and also a changed perspective towards this practical life. The philosophy taught here helps them to understand life and lead a good life by inculcating positive thinking.  

This course helps you to have a detailed study about eight limbs of Ashtanga Yoga and 4 sections, basically 6 limbs of Hatha Yoga. At the end of these 30 days, we ensure that student becomes a good Yoga Teacher and helps him to walk in all path of life easily. In more detail, in this course we give much more emphasis on detailed study of Asanas, its adjustment, variations, benefits, limitations, way of doing, things to be careful while doing a specific asana and different style of doing one particular asana. Along with this, detailed study on Pranayama is also given that helps them to have a better concentration on breath. So, overall this course is a good begining for those who are beginners.

Specially, most of the people seen nowadays feel they cannot do Yoga because they have no flexible bodies or suffer from some physical problem. But here, Asanas and Pranayama taught here are totally in therapy style. We have framed different series of each asana and pranayama. For one asana, we have framed 6 series where 1st series start from basic and keeps on moving to advanced level with every level of series. No asana is taught directly in advanced level. Always we start from the basic level first. In addition to this, we teach each asana in 4-4 or 3-3 steps. We reach final position of each asana in 4 steps and come back to initial position again in 4 steps. Same in Pranayama also. We have made around 4 series of each and every pranayama. Directly, we donot teach to apply bandhas. First step we develop the person practice inhale and exhale. Then, second step hold the breath with Ashtanga style. In third step, we teach how to hold the breath by applying bandhas in hatha style. Last step, we move towards external retention which is the most advnaced step for pranayama.Like this, our series are designed very systematically from basic level to advanced level. We start teaching from basic series and week by week, slowly and gradually take to advanced series. In this method, even those people who have less flexibility or any physical problem, also can do easily without facing much exertion physically or mentally. And those who say we cannot do Yoga because of less flexibility they come to the point where they can even do advanced level too.This builds confidence in them upon what they have studied. Like this, we proceed sequentially in the practice of asanas and pranayama. This has many benefits. One is this practice can be practiced by anyone irrespective of any physical problem too. Other, it follows therapy rules. and also it is good for beginners to start and pursue their practices in a easy and well mannered way.  

This makes the practice and undertsanding easy for the beginners to carry out.

1) Asanas (Postures): You will learn to practice asanas in many different styles, the main is traditional Ashtanga and Hatha Style. Same Asana but how it differs when you practice the same in Ashtanga and Hatha style. Along with this, also you will get to learn some other styles like Iyengar Style, Vinyasa Style etc...

Not only practice, but also you will learn about various asanas,their types,category and the technique of teaching the postures, the benefits and limitations of each posture, modifications, different mistakes generally made while doing them.You will learn to differentiate the meaning of asanas and exercise. The correct meaning of asanas will be clear here. And also what is the role of asanas in Yoga. You will learn here everything about asanas. How to connect asanas with breathing known as Vinyasa style. Here you will learn below mentioned styles:

  • Different Meditative Asanas
  • Standing Pose
  • Seated Pose
  • Forward and Backward Bends
  • Twisting Pose
  • Balancing Pose
  • Prone and Supine Pose
  • Relaxative Asanas

2) Adjustment: Learn how to adjust these asanas and also master an asana in a much better way. And know how to correct the mistakes performed by our own and also people while doing the asanas. This is one of the most important aspect required while doing asanas.While doing or teaching one asanas, what points a teacher must focus upon while seeing the student doing the asana. And also how he or she should adjust and handle the student, way of touching, adjusting body part. What points must be focused upon? For that, we teach separately in our Asanas Philosophy session, how to adjust a particular asana. What points should be focused on? First, teacher demonstartes how to adjust. Then student is made to practice in front of teacher how to adjust others. Like this, full fledged practice is given.
3) Pranayama (Breathing Techniques): Here you learn different breathing exercises, Pranayama meaning control over the pranas as you learn how to deepen your breath which in turn helps to relax your mind. Learn how to incorporate breathing into postures, Vinyasa Style and into your classes and in your daily life. By following proper series of Pranayama, it becomes easy to carry out it.
4) Shatkarmas (Six Cleansing Techniques): These yogic cleansing practices from Hatha Yoga will be integrated into the morning schedule and will work in conjunction with the asana practices. These will purify your entire body from top to bottom and allow your breath to flow freely throughout the body. By expelling toxins from the body, we therefore cleanse it. These techniques also helps in pranayama and meditation. Infact, these are said to be the preparation of Pranayama.
5) Yogic Mudras (Energy Seals): Stimulate different parts of the body by sealing in the energy. These are usually used in Pranayama and also meditation and affect the flow of prana.
6) Bandhas (Energy Locks): Helps to regulate the flow of energy and helps in meditation.
7) Meditation: You will cover a range of meditation techniques that will help build concentration and focus in your daily practice. Techniques include Subconscious Cleansing Technique, Candlelight Meditation, Mantra Meditation etc.
8) Mantras (Chanting): A range of Vedic mantras are chanted in every practical session including the Gayatri Mantra and many more that helps explore inner peace. 

Anatomy and Physiology
You will learn anatomy of yoga in order to strengthen the  explanations, cues, and corrections of practical activities. In 200hr TTC course anatomy, we study basic concepts of Anatomy and Physiology of Yogic practices such as:
•    Formation of Body, Respiratory System, Digestive System, Nervous System, Structure of Spinal Cord.Effect of different movements of Asanas on Spinal Cord. 
•    Physical and Mental Effects of kriya, Pranayama, Asanas and Meditation.
•    Anatomy of the chakras, nadis and the application of chakras energy in the practice of Yoga.

Yoga Philosophy
The main attraction and highlighting factor of 200hr course is traditional Ashtanga and  Hatha yogic philosophy. This class will help you to gain knowledge of basic philosophy, concepts and history of yoga. It will cover the various traditional philosophies and viewpoints, insights from modern research and ways in which the essence of this holistic life-view can be integrated into a modern lifestyle.

  • Yoga Sutras (Preface of Patanjali’s yoga Sutra): Study this important text based on the 8 limbs of Ashtanga Yoga. In this, Patanjali describes how to make a connection with the body, mind and spirit. 
  • Kriya Yoga a methodology to overcome Panch-klesha (5 causes of pain and miseries).
  • Raj yoga and Hatha yoga and Kundlaini Yoga.
  • Introduction to Yogic Diet.
  • Importance of Asanas and Pranayama in daily life.
  • Concept of Auras.
  • Concept of Mind and its different stages.

Another important aspect of our Yogic philosophy is we tend to connect our teachings with day to day life. This helps the person undertsand better. Rather than mixing so many studies, we focus on basic and traditional yogic philosophy. How Yoga helps to live a better life. It helps to teach,"ART OF LIVING" to our aspirants.

Teaching Methodology and Practice

What Is Teaching Methodology??
Sharing with others what you know about that particular aspect and make them practice what you have experienced. So, here we firmly believe that by developing a strong practice in each of these will give you the grounding and foundations for becoming a successful and confident Yoga Instructor.
200hour Yoga teacher training is the first step towards this.
First, you observe a practical class given by our experienced yoga teachers everyday in your daily training as inspiration for the class that you will then prepare.This class will give you the necessary building blocks to devise your own yoga class. 
Important aspects in Teaching Methodology:
§ Studying yoga lifestyle and the ethics of a yoga teacher and importance of yoga teacher.
§ Studying the mental attitude and presence of the teacher.
§ The seat of yoga teacher/teaching as service/why we teach/creating a sacred space.
§ Ethical guidelines for the student teacher relationship.

Creating a class/Sequencing/General teaching points:

  • How to organize a class.
  • Basic principles of sequencing the class.
  • Principles of great teaching.
  • Creating a class plan.
  • Teaching progressively focusing on alignment principles.
  • How to handle student as a teacher.
  • Teacher and Student relationship.
  • Time Management of Class.


  1. Asanas - Theory and Practice 2. Pranayama - Theory and Practice
  3. Meditation Practice 4. Cleansing Process - Theory and Practice
  5. Bandhas and Mudras 6. Anatomy and Physiology of Yogic Practices
  7. Ashtanga Yoga Philosophy 8. Hatha Yoga Philosophy
  9. Teaching Practice 10. Vedic Mantras Chanting


A. Ashtanga and Hatha Yoga Asanas:

1.    Taadasana - Mountain Pose 2.     Vrkshasana - Tree Pose
3.    Parshvchakrasana - Side Wheel Pose 4.     Paadhastasana - Hands to Feet Pose
5.    Ardh Chakrasana - Half Wheel Pose 6.     Trikonasana - Three Angle Pose
7.    Parivritta Trikonasana - Twisted Triangle Pose 8.      Veerbhadrasana I, II & III - Warrior Pose
9.    Parshavkonasana - Side Angle Pose 10.      Parsvottanasana - Intense Side Stretch
11.    ArdhChandarsasana - Half Moon Pose 12.      Padangusthasana - Big Toe Pose
13.    Natrajasana - Lord of Dance Pose 14.      Prasarita Padottanasana - Wide Legged Forward Bend Pose
15.    Utkatasana - Chair Pose 16.      Urdhav Prasarita Ekpadasana - Standing Split
17.    Garudasana - Eagle Pose 18.      Vatyanasana - Horse Pose
19.    Samakonasana - Straight Angle Pose 20.      Hanumanasana - Monkey Pose
21.    Uthita Hastapadangusthasana - Extended Hand to Toe Pose 22.      Parivritta Parshavkonasana - Twisted Side Angle Pose
23.    Ardh Padmpadhastasana - Half Lotus Hands to Feet Pose 24.      Ardh Baddha Padm Padhastasana - Half Bounded Lotus Hands to Feet Pose
25.    Chakrasana - Wheel Pose 26.      Adho Mukh Svanasana - Downward Facing Dog Pose
27.    Urdhavasana 28.      EkPad Prasarnasana

1.    Yog Mudra - Symbol of Yoga 2.    Baddha Konasana - Bounded Angle Pose
3.    Kurmasana - Tortoise Pose 4.    Janu Shirshasana - Head to Knee Pose
5.    Parivritta JanuShirshasana - Twisted Head to Knee Pose 6.    Paschimottanasana - Posterior Stretch
7.    Trianga Mukh Ekpada Paschimottanasana - Three Limbed Forward Bending Pose 8.    Upavisthkonasana - Wide Angle Pose
9.    Urdhav Mukh Paschimottanasana - Upward Facing Posterior Stretch Pose 10.    Purvottanasana - Anterior Stretch
11.    Ustrasana - Camel Pose 12.    SuptVajrasana - Supine Pelvic Stretch
13.    Paryankasana - Sofa Pose 14.    Kapotasana - Pigeon Pose
15.    Vakrasana - Spinal Twist 16.    ArdhMatsyendrasana - Half Sage Pose
17.    Paripurna Matsyendrasana - Complete Sage Pose 18.    Bharadwajasana
19.    Ardh Baddha PadmVakrasana - Half Bounded Lotus Spinal Twist 20.    Bakasana - Crow Pose
21.    Mayurasana - Peacock Pose 22.    Pinch Mayurasana - Feather Peacock Pose
23.    Simhasana - Lion Pose 24.    Vyaghrasana - Tiger Pose
25.    Marjarasana - Cat Pose 26.    Padmasana - Lotus Pose
27.    Siddhasana - Perfect Pose 28.    Swastikasana - Symbol Pose
29.    Vajrasana - Locust Pose 30.    Utthita Padmasana - Elevated Lotus Pose
31.    PadmBakasana - Lotus Crow Pose 32.    Garbhasana - Embryo Pose
33.    Kukutasana - Cock Pose 34.    Gomukhasana - Cow Face Pose
35.    Padma Parvatasana - Lotus Mountain Pose 36.    AkarshnDhanurasana - Shooting Bow Pose
37.    MoolBandhaasana - Bounded Abdomen Pose 38.    PadmaMayurasana - Lotus Peacock Pose
39.    Baddha Padmasana - Bounded Lotus Pose    

1.    Bhujangasana - Cobra Pose 2.    Salabhasana - Locust Pose
3.    Dhanurasana - Bow Pose 4.    Purna Dhanurasana - Complete Bow Pose
5.    Naukaasana - Boat Pose 6.    Viparita Salabhasana - Handstand Pose

1.    Pawanmuktasana - Wind Releasing Pose 2.    Suptpadangusthasana - Reclining Big Toe Pose
3.    Lumbar Stretch 4.    Ardh Halasana - Half Plough Pose
5.    Sarvangasana - Shoulder Stand 6.    Halasana - Plough Pose
7.    Padma Sarvangasana - Lotus Shoulder Stand 8.    SetuBandhasana - Bridge Pose
9.    Matsyasana - Fish Pose 10.    Shirshasana - Headstand

And their some more variations....

B. Pranayama and Different types of Meditation (Primary Level) 

1.    Bhastrika                                     2.    Anulom Viloma                                    
3.    Surya Bhedan 4.    Chandra Bhedan
5.    Ujjai 6.    Sitali
7.    Sitkari 8.    Bhramri
9.    Theory of Murchana 10.    Theory of Plavini
11.    Short Meditation Techniques 12.    SubConscious Wash Technique
13.    Yog Nidra - Part I 14.    Cyclic Meditation

C. Kriyas – Cleansing Process

1.        Kapalbhati                                                              2.         Jal Neti                                                                    
3.    Sut Neti 4.    Trataka
5.    Dhauti 6.    Bandhas(Moolbandha, Uddiyana and Jalandhar Bandha)
7.    Mudras 8.    Shakti Kriya

D. Other Practices

1.   Five Elements                            2.      Chakras                                          
3.   Concept of Happiness 4.    Concept of Thinking

E. Teaching Practice

1.    Qualities of a Good Teacher 2.    Demonstration
3.    Clear Instruction 4.    Physical and Mental State of Teacher
5.    Body and Facial Language 6.    How to handle students
7.    Management of class.         

F. Anatomy and Physiology of Yogic Practice

1.    Formation of Body 2.    Respiratory System
3.    Digestive System 4.    Structure of Spinal Cord 
5.    Anatomy for Asanas 6.    Anatomy for Pranayama

G. Yoga Philosophy   

1.    Vedic Mantras Chanting, Patanjali Yog Sutras, Atmahastkam Chanting 2.    What is Yoga?
3.    History of Yoga 4.    Types of Yoga(Bhavana Yog, Pranasamyamana Yog)
5.    Principles and Necessity of Yoga 6.    Yogic Diet(Sattvic, rajastic and Tamastic)
7.    Sattvic, Rajastic and Tamastic Yoga 8.    Concept of Aura(Importance of Thinking in our life, Etheric Energy)
9.    What is Mind and Different States of Mind 10.    Introduction to Five Elements
11.    Disturbances of Mind(Panch Kleshas) 12.    Gross, Subtle and Causal Body(Sthula, Sukshma and Karan)
13.    Introduction to Patanjali Yog Darshan 14.    Introduction to Ashtanga Yog
15.    Important Concept of Ashtang Yog 16.    Detailed study of 8 limbs of Ashtang Yog
17.    Study of Yamas(Ahimsa, Satya, Asteya, Brahamcharya and Aparigraha) 18.    Study of Niyamas(Shaucha, Santosha, Tapas, Swadhyay, Ishwarapranidhanani)
19.    Asanas - Definition, Types, Category 20.    Anatomy of each category of asanas
21.   Detailed Study and Adjustment Practice of Asanas  22.    Pranayama - Definition, Preparation, Features  
23.    Different types of Pranayama - Study and Practice 24.    Study and Practice of Bandhas and Mudras
25.    Concept of Nadis and Chakras 26.    Introduction to Kundalini Yoga
27.    Anatomy of Pranayama(Its benefits and Limitations) 28.    Panch Pranas
29.    Concept of Pratyahara, Dharana, Dhyana and Samadhi 30.    Study of Six Cleansing Process(Shatkriyas)
31.    Study of Hatha Yoga 32.    Study of Anatomy for Yoga

H. Evaluation 
Last part of training criteria is Evaluation which will be evaluated based on the behaviour of a student.
Each student’s social behavior is of great importance. Student’s will be assessed on their behavior and these behavioral observations will be considered in their Yoga Teacher Training certificate. Along with this their dedication in Theoretical and practical sessions will also be taken in account.


********Course Schedule is subject to change depending on the situation. Some classes may vary but hours per day class will remain same.

********No class Schedules for Sundays. You may opt it for outings or relaxation as per your desire.

1. 05:30 a.m - 06:30 a.m         Wake Up, Freshen Up
2. 06:30 a.m - 07:00 a.m Cleansing Action
3. 07:00 a.m - 08:30 a.m Practical Class(Asanas)
4. 08:30 a.m - 09:30 a.m Pranayama and Meditation Session
5. 09:30 a.m - 10:30 a.m Freshen up and Breakfast
6. 10:30 a.m - 11:00 a.m Rest
7. 11:00 a.m - 12:00 a.m Yoga Philosophy
8. 12:00 a.m - 01:00 p.m Practical Class(Special Techniques for advanced asanas)
9. 01:00 p.m -  01:30 p.m Freshen Up
10. 01:30 p.m - 03:00 p.m Lunch, Rest Time, No Activity
11. 03:00 p.m - 03:15 p.m  Tea Time
12. 03:30 p.m - 04:30 p.m Asanas Philosophy
13. 04:45 p.m - 06:15 p.m Practical Class(Asanas)
14. 06:15 p.m - 06:45 p.m Relaxation Time
15. 06:45 p.m - 07:15 p.m  Discussion Time
16. 07:30 p.m - 08:30 p.m Dinner Time
17. 08:30 p.m - 09:30 p.m Personal Time
19. 09:30 p.m - 10:30 p.m Self-Study
20. 10:30 p.m - 05:30 a.m Sleeping Time


1. 78hours (3 hours per day) Practical Class (Asanas)
2. 26hours(1 hour per day) Practical Class for some Special Techniques of Advanced Asanas
3. 26hours(1 hour per day) Pranyama and Meditation Session
4. 26hours(1 hour per day) Ashtanga and Hatha Yoga Philosophy
5. 26hours(1 hour per day) Asanas Philosophy(Details about some of the important asanas)
6. 4hours(1 hour per week) Cleansing Actions
7. 4hours(1 hour per week) Discussion Class
8. 10hours Special hours(Will be conducted based on your demand)



EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT(min. 30 days before): 100USD, So, TOTAL COST AFTER DISCOUNT: 1200USD. In addition to this, we provide one night complimentary stay prior to the starting day of our course.

TTC Fee Includes:

  • Course Fee.
  • Certificate Fee.
  • 30 Days Accomodation, Non-A.C Double Sharing room with attached toilet and hot water.(For Single Sharing, extra 200 USD will be charged, total 1500USD). IT IS ADVISED TO ARRIVE AT THE CENTRE ONE DAY PRIOR TO THE START OF THE COURSE.
  • 3 Times Meal(Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner).
  • Snacks and Drinks(Includes Filtered Water, Tea, Coffee).
  • 2 set of Yoga Philosophy Book.
  • Cleansing Action Kit.
  • Wi - Fi.

Refund Policy
The Advance Booking Fee is 200 USD . This is non-refundable but may be transferred to any other upcoming Yoga Teacher Training course.

If you cannot come to our YTTC after paying the confirmation fee you can use it towards any future course or program or for any of your friends too. The Confirmation Fee is the part of the entire course fee. The rest of the course fee balance must be paid in cash(in any currency depending upon the rate of that particular day) or any card on the first day of the course.


As we have our Yoga ashram in 3 places. You can please click on the link to get detailed info:

During this yoga training, you will be served with three daily delicious and healthy yogic, pure vegetarian meals: breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Filtered water, herbal tea, and snacks are also available. The menu is creative and balanced with complete nutrients so you feel full and satisfied. 

    The following meals are included:

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner
  • Snacks
  • Drinks(Filtered Water, Herbal Tea, Milk Tea, Coffee)

NOTE: We have a self-cooking facility also available in our ashram.

Things to do (optional, not included):
•    Full Body Massage
•    Steam Bath, Hip Bath
•    Panch Karma
•    Shirodhara
•    Shopping
•    Visit nearby temples and shrines

1. Airfare
2. Airport transfers
3. Additional meals and activities                                                                    
4. Personal expenses

How To Reach our Rishikesh or Haridwar Ashram? 
Arrival by Airplane:
Please book your flight to arrive at Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL). Transfer from and to this airport is available upon request. 
Yoga Center can pick you up if you send your flight details in advance. From the airport, you can take a domestic flight to Dehradun Airport (DED). Another option is to book your flight directly to arrive at Dehradun Airport (DED).
Arrival by Bus:
Buses to Haridwar-Rishikesh leave New Delhi from the Kashmiri Gate national bus stand approximately every hour. The bus ride takes about 6-8 hours and costs around 450-650 INR for air conditioned buses and 250-350 INR for buses without air conditioning.
Arrival by Train:
The best option is to reach Haridwar Junction railway station, is by road on a driven taxi or the so called tuktuks. From Delhi, the train ride takes approximately 5-7 hours, depending on the train. Haridwar is serviced by many trains from and to Delhi.
Arrival by Taxi:
Taxis are always available anywhere in India. The drive from Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL) to Haridwar-Rishikesh will take around six hours depending on the traffic conditions.

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