Today, Haridwar city has only about 25 percent forest cover, and the remaining areas are agricultural land. The southern part of this city is also known as Panchmukhi or "Five hills," named after a famous temple on the 5th hill, which is located in an ideal position to view Haridwar from any direction. Other historic rivers flowing through this region include Ravi (embankment river), Sutlej, Chenab, and Jhelum. Haridwar has two major landmarks – Lokadwara temple and Nandigram Maidan – both architecturally significant. The hillock at Nandigram is one of the largest in the state and is a significant tourist attraction. The main attraction of Haridwar is its Varanasi-like atmosphere which has several temples and grand old mansions.