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Q. Weather in March in Varanasi

Raghvi Sales Tutorials 6 months ago
Moderate Cold

Q. What are the local dishes I should try in Varanasi?

Pallavi Siddhanta 8 months ago
Food in Banaras is more than just the revered Paan! If you're in Varanasi, do not miss the various kinds of chaats which are available in Kashi Chaat Bhandar in Godowlia. Must tries are the tomato chaat, the aloo tikki and the dahi golgappe. Additionally, try Blue Lassi's huge assortment of lassis. They have everything from Banana to Pineapple to blueberry. Have the thandai, which is sweet dry-fruit milk, and eat sweets at Pahalwan Sweet shop in Lanka. If you're going during winters, do not forget the Malaiyo!

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Kishor Sharma 1 year ago

Q. what are the timing for seeing Sarnath museum? on which day it is closed?

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Holidify 1 year ago
Varanasi is the city of temples and there are numerous temples to visit. The most renowned ones are Kashi Vishwanath Temple and Sankat Mochan Temple. You can find full details here- http://www.holidify.com/places/varanasi/

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Bharat Taxi 2 months ago
I started to visit the city with my friends. The inputs and stimuli the city offers are so many things. Varanasi is actually the holiest place in all of Hinduism. Ganges river is an important part of Varanasi. It is the oldest city in the world, so many stories and secrets are hidden in the city. I am really happy to visit here, I had the opportunity to understand the culture and the life of Varanasi. For a cultural trip Varanasi is good city there have so many temples and evening Ganga Aarti is my favorite view in Varanasi. For a city tour, cab service is very helpful for us.
Priyanka Verma 11 months ago
Hello people! If you are planning to visit Varanasi then don't delay because it's truly worth it. It is one of the oldest cities in the world which is known for many things like beautiful Hindu temples, Ghats and several delicacies whose taste will get your taste buds craving for more! I visited Varanasi recently and was enraptured by the beautiful Ganga Aarti, the sunrise at Assi ghat, the devotion of people while visiting Kashi Vishwanath temple, the serenity of Sarnath and the list continues. "Link Hidden"
manikesh srivastav 9 months ago
Don't miss Ganga Aarti.,if you visit Varanasi.
Pallavi Siddhanta 1 year ago
- Kashi is a land of many charms. Its not your usual holiday. Dusty, narrow and full of alleys and cowdung, you may wonder why you decided to come. But don't form an opinion until you reach the Ganga Ghats, or Benaras' assortment of temples. The city will leave a mark on your pysche. And don't miss Dev Deepavali here!
Surbhi Parashar 1 year ago
The city of temples or Banaras, as it is popularly known, is a holy city on the banks of the River Ganga. Said to have been discovered by Lord Shiva, this town has immense historical as well as religious importance. Not just a place where pilgrims throng to visit the temples, Varanasi is also the destination where most people come to spend their last days as it is believed that an individual who dies in this sacred place can attain salvation. Varanasi is one of the oldest continually inhabited places in the world and oldest in India. Its narrow lanes are filled with temples, fabulous food outlets, cows and bulls standing midway and numerous people flocking here and there. Varanasi is also called the "Galiyon ka sheher", meaning the city of lanes, "the city of temples", "the religious capital of India". It is also called the "city of learning" as it has always been a big learning centre since the ancient past. The Banaras Hindu University, one of the oldest and largest Indian universities is also situated here. Varanasi is also famous for its Kashi Vishwanath Temple, which houses one of the 12 revered Jyotirlingas. Sarnath, which is one of the biggest pilgrimage sites for Buddhists, is located nearby and Varanasi is typically the base to visit Sarnath. However, the most major attraction here is the River Ganga itself. The evening ritual, called the Ganga Aarti is a must see for everyone, without which, perhaps, a visit to Varanasi is incomplete.
Soumita Ghosh 1 year ago
If you want to visit all the temples in this holy place, I would suggest you to hire a taxi to show you around. The Ganga Aarti held at evenings is a sight to behold, but make sure not to lose your wallet or phone amidst the crowd. The city is never peaceful and is very noisy and dirty. However, you can find peace and calm at the numerous ghats in this religious place. Apart from hotels and lodges, there are several dharamshalas where you can stay. However, most accommodations are unsatisfactory so choose wisely. The river is sadly extremely polluted at most places so think twice before taking a dip. This place also experiences several political uprisings from time to time so you are advised to keep away from them.
Kirti Dass 1 year ago
Temples, foreigners and Ghats is how I would describe Varanasi. My trip comprised visiting the Vishwanath Temple, BHU, Manikarnika Ghat, Assi Ghat and various other temples. I took part in the evening Ganga Aarti which witnesses a mammoth gathering of a large number of devotees. On the second day,we took a boat ride to the various Ghats, mainly Manikarnika and Assi. It was a moment of inner peace and spiritual realisation for me. I found temples literally in every nook and corner of the city. What is even more interesting is that each temple has a story and history of its own and is equally famous. I think everyone should try the very famous lassi and rabdi
Kovid Kapoor 1 year ago
- Being a religious city, it is necessary for outsiders to understand and adhere to the customs and traditions of each area.
- If there is one city that truly defines India, it is Varanasi.
Rajiv Keshri 1 year ago
Beautiful places for travel. This place is full of special things and lot more of Lord Shiva. You can find so many happening things in the stairs of the Ganga.

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