Bharat Mata Temple: This is one of the important temples of Haridwar. It has eight stories in which the images of cities, heroes and great men are installed. Bharat Mata Mandir is dedicated to India. Here India is imagined as a mother (Bharat mata). Bharat Mata Mandir or Mother India Temple is situated near Sapt Rishi Ashram around 04 kms far from Haridwar. The complex has 08 floors. Each floor has idols of various gods, goddesses, kings, leaders and revolutionists. It was inaugurated in 1983 by the late India Prime Minister Smt. Indira Gandhi.
First Floor : First floor is dedicated to Bharat Mata (Mother India) it has the statue of Bharat Mata.
Second Floor : The second floor 'Shoor Mandir' is dedicated to the well renowned heroes of India.
Third Floor : The third floor 'Matru Mandir' is dedicated to the achievements of India's revered women such as Meera Bai, Savitri, Maitri etc.
Fourth Floor : The fourth floor the great saints from various religions, including Jainism, Sikhism and Buddhism are featured on 'Sant Mandir'. It is the Sant Mandir and features great saints of the Jainism, Sikhism and Buddhism faith.
Fifth Floor : The Assembly Hall with walls depicting symbolic coexistence of all religions practiced in India and paintings portraying history and beauty in various provinces of India are situated on the fifth floor. Sixth Floor : The various forms of the Goddess of Shakti can be seen on the sixth floor, it is dedicated to Goddess Shakti of the Hindu religion
Seventh Floor : The seventh floor is devoted to all incarnations of Lord Vishnu the preserver form of the holy Hindu Trinity.
Eighth Floor : The uppermost floor features the shrine of Lord Shiva, the supreme god in Hindu tradition.