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Religious Boon to India- Varanasi

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India is a country of different religion and culture. It can be clearly seen in the number of pilgrimage sites by which India is truly blessed. A lot of tourists plan their holidays just to experience the cultural diversity of the country. Various sacred pilgrimage destinations having utmost importance of culture, tradition and religion is the main centre of attraction in Indian tourism. The tradition and culture of the medieval age are still being practiced in the country with same value and respect. The spiritual power and religious harmony make the tourists realize that there is nothing, which can be compared to it. Every corner of the country has something to offer to its travelers in the terms of religion, culture and tradition and what is best about these holy shrines is that these are not limited to a particular religion or community. It shows that there is unity in diversity.

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A Panoramic Night View Of Bank Of Holy River Ganga

One of the oldest sanctified religious places in India is Varanasi. It is believed that once Varanasi was the home of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. It is the vital pilgrimage destination of Hindus. Famous worldwide for its culture and heritage, Varanasi is situated on the bank of holy river Ganges, in Uttar Pradesh. It is also known as Banaras, Kashi, Ramya, Avimuktaka, Surandhana, etc. It is believed that who takes a dip in the holy river is free from all of his sins. Visiting this place can distil your mind and soul. This pious land attracts pilgrimages from all over the world. Varanasi, known as The City of Temples, Holy City of India, Religious Capital of India, City of Lights, Oldest City on Earth and City of Learning, is also known for its educational aspect as there are four universities here.

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Ganga  Pooja Offering By Priests

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Ganga Aarti At Varanasi

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Diyas In Ganga

There is a number of Hindu temples, Jain temples, ashrams, etc. to visit. A visit to this saintly land will give you peace and some beautiful memories to cherish for life. The city is full of about 100 ghats, which are used basically for bathing and cremation. The most pleasant scene of the place is its evening Aarti, where people leave lots of diyas in water of river Ganges. It is a very lovely and enjoyable sight as the light of these diyas in the dark nights forms a beautiful view.

Vishwanath Temple

Kashi  Vishwanath Temple

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Durga Temple In Evening

The temples of Varanasi are a prominent feature of the city. Tourists are always lured by the architectural beauty of these temples. Devotees offer their prayers and chant the mantras here. As mentioned earlier, the evening aarti make the whole ambience to remember all your life. The sound of bells and the hymns of priests are not to be missed. Some of the famous temples are Sankat MochanTemple, Vishwanath Temple, Tulsi Manas Temple and DurgaTemple, etc. Not to forget the ghats of the city are the stairs along with the river where different rituals are performed. Famous ghats in Varanasi are Dasaswamedha Ghat, Assi Ghat, Manikarnika Ghat, Hanuman Ghat, Dandi Ghat and Bachraj Ghat.

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Diwali Festival at Ganga

In addition, due to the celebration of different vibrant festivals and colourful fairs, Varanasi is the centre of attraction in Indian Tourism. The various festivals celebrated here is Ganga Festival, Kartik Purnima, Buddha Purnima, Mahashivratri, Hanuman Jayanti, Dhrupad Mela, Panch Koshi Parikarma, etc. If you are planning a religious tour to India, Varanasi is a must visit, which will take you to the spiritual side of the country.

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2 thoughts on “Religious Boon to India- Varanasi

  1. Must say I like the INFUSION of the India blogs we’ve seen.
    ROG, ABCW

  2. Amazing. I can’t wait to see Varanasi in a couple months!

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