Lakshman Jhula, Rishikesh - Hindu's Holy City on the Banks of River Ganga, India

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Lakshman Jhula ('jhula pul' means suspension bridge in Hindi) is one of the tourist attractions in Rishikes...
Lakshman Jhula ('jhula pul' means suspension bridge in Hindi) is one of the tourist attractions in Rishikesh. Built in 1939 over the river Ganga, this suspension iron bridge was named after Lakshman, the younger brother of Lord Rama of Hindu mythology. You can see the beautiful Himalayan mountain range from this bridge. Taken this video, when I visited Rishikesh in early January this year, I've mixed sitar recital by Sanjoy Bandopadhyay (Rag:Anand Kalyan) with this video clip.
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