The Lakshman Jhula may be a bridge across the Ganges set five kilometers (3 mi) northeast of the town of Rishikesh within the Indian state of Uttarakhand.
The bridge connects the 2 villages of Tapovan in Tehri Garhwal district, on the geographical area of the stream in Pauri Garhwal district, on the east bank on Jonk. Lakshman Jhula may be an overcrossing that’s conjointly utilized by motorcycles.
The bridge is presently closed. Despite its location on the outskirts of town, it’s one amongst the long-lasting landmarks of Rishikesh. The Ram Jhula may be a massive bridge two kilometers (1.2 mi) below the Laxman Jhula. It is same that the god Laxman crossed the Ganges River on the ropes of jute wherever the bridge is made. Lakshman Jhula was completed in 1929.