Every single floor of this eight-storey building is
devoted to representing a specific theme. The temple building is
elevated to a height of 180 ft. The first floor or storey features the
statue of Mother India, hence named Bharat Mata Mandir. The second floor
is dedicated to all the freedom fighters of India. The third storey
stands in dedication of some of the most revered women of India
including Meera Bai, Savitri and Maitri. The fourth floor, named Sant
Mandir, features all the great saints of Jainism, Sikhism and Buddhism.
The fifth floor of the Bharat Mata Mandir is known as the Assembly Hall. The floor is representation of the co-existence of all the faiths followed in the Indian subcontinent. The sixth storey of the Bharat Mata Temple is dedicated to Hindu goddess of Shakti. If you want to experience all the different incarnations of Lord Vishnu, you should head straight to the seventh storey of the temple.
The eight floor, which is the uppermost in the Bharat Mata temple, is dedicated to Lord Shiva. In addition to visiting all the floors of the temple building, you can also reach the top to enjoy a bird's eye view of the town of Haridwar. The terrains of the Rajaji National Park can also seen from the top of the building.