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What to Explore in
Varanasi ?Varanasi is a holy city situated on the bank of
River Ganga. Varanasi has stayed an important
pilgrimage centre in India and for those visiting
from outside the country it reflects authentic
India. The aartis and the floating of earthen
lamps over the water of River Ganges in the
evening is also an important element of the
identity of Varanasi. We will takes you on a
journey of the holy city of Varanasi and suggests
some the best places to explore in Varanasi.
Holy River Ganges
River Ganges is most scared river and holds an
important place in the Hindu Religion.
Kashi Vishwanath Temple
Kashi Vishwanath Temple, dedicated to Lord Shiva and
is one of the twelve Jyotirlingas.
Assi Ghat is one of the most famous and visited ghats
of the Varanasi for tour and tourism.
Dashashwamedh Ghat is the main Ghat of Varansi on
the Ganges River and famous for evening River Ganges
Sankat Mochan Temple
Sankat Mochan Temple is one of the most sacred temples
of Lord Hanuman, located along River Assi & near Banras
Manikarnika Ghat, the main burning Ghat, is the most
auspicious place for a Hindu to be cremated.
Sarnath is among the famous Buddhist pilgrimages in
India. It is a popular place to visit around Varanasi
Ramnagar Fort is ranked highly amongst the Monuments
in Varanasi. Fort was built in 1752 by Kashi Naresh Maharaja
Lets Explore Some Offbeat Things to do
in VaranasiMorning Boat Ride in River
Boating down the Ganges River during sunrise is one
of the main attractions in Varanasi.
Take a Holy Bath In River
Taking a dip or bathing in the holy waters of River Ganges is
one of the major things to do in Varanasi.
Enjoy the Local & Street Foods of Varanasi
Street foods of Varanasi are mouth-watering and pocket
suiting for tourists. Famous items are Kachori Sabzi, Paapri
Chaats, Lassi, etc.
Shopping Varanasis Local
Shopping in Varanasi is a different experience in
itself. Varanasi is famous for its Sarees, carpets and
Witness Grandeur Evening Ganga Aarti
Ganga Aarti is a spectacular ceremony that takes place
everyday at the Dashashwamedh Ghat in Varanasi at the bank
of the holy river Ganga.
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