The form of Bharat Mata represented as the mother goddess of India means Bharat Mata is the depicted as the mother goddess of India. Bharat Mata is also called as “Mother India” who is pictured as a woman in a form of saree with saffron color and she has also been holding the Indian flag in her one hand.
Bharat Mata temple is also called as “eight storied temple” cause of having eight stories. This temple is almost 180 feet high. Elevators are mounted in the temple to help the pilgrims. As Bharat Mata temple has eight stories that are based on a particular religious deities, theme, housing facts of many mythological legends (myths), leaders and freedom fighters. It is a way of veneration to all who played a central role in constitution of country.
On the first floor, a very beautiful statue of Bharat Mata is adorned in the hall by holding a pot of milk in one hand and a pile (collection) of grain in other hand.
On the second floor the ‘Shoor Mandir’ is devoted to the well-known the real heroes of India.
The third floor of the temple ‘Matru Mandir’ is devoted to the accomplishment of India’s honored women; such as Maitri, Meera Bai, Savitri etc.
The forth floor called as ‘Sant Mandir’ as it introduces the great saints of different religions such as Buddhism, Jainism and Sikhism.
The fifth floor has Assembly Hall where coexistence all the experts religions are depicted in a symbolic form on the wall. The natural beauties of the India are also screened by paintings and historical facts.
The sixth floor is of all Goddess Shakti as various forms of the goddesses are there such as Sati, Durga, Parvati, Kali, Radha, Saraswati etc.
The seventh floor is devoted to Lord Vishnu with his incarnation like Matsya, Kurma, Varaha, Narsimha, Vamana, Parsurama, Rama, Krishna, Budhdha, Kalki etc.
The eighth floor is devoted to the shrine of Lord Shiva from which devotees can gain a panoramic view of Hardwar, Himalayas, and the grandeur of the whole campus of Sapta Sarovar.