Situated on the western bank of holy River Ganga, Kashi Vishwanath Temple is regarded as one of the most popular Hindu temples dedicated to Lord Shiva. Located in the heart of Varanasi, the temple is a core of faith for millions of Hindus. As per the Shaiva philosophy, it is believed that the Kashi Vishwanath temple is the centre of the worship since a long time. The the main deity of Kashi Vishwanath Temple is Lord Shiva, also known as Vishwanatha or Vishweshwarar meaning 'the ruler of the universe'.
Varanasi is a very popular pilgrimage point for Hindus, and the older part of Varanasi, which has thrived on the banks of the river Ganga, is an integral part of the very infrastructure of the city, with thousands of people flocking there for salvation and purification. All chaos and noise on the ghats of Varanasi take a pause when the Ganga Aarti takes place in the evening, a ceremony of immense grandeur and opulence, with pandits lining up to perform rituals that are no less than a performance for the senses. The city in and around the ghats has a certain rhythm to it. Narrow maze-like lanes and by-lanes arouse instant intrigue and fascination, while the street art dotting the stretch alongside the ghats makes for a great outpouring of artistic expression. Varanasi also boasts of a marvelous architectural heritage, as can be seen in the scores of temples dotting the city.
Morning arrival at Varanasi by Air / Train. Upon arrival, transfer to Hotel. Later visit Bharat Mata Mandir, Evening sunset & Ganga Aarti & Shopping.
Post breakfast, proceed to Allahabad (125 Kms. / 2.5 hrs.), have a sacred bath in Triveni Sangam, visit Ananda Bhawan (Except Monday) & Hanuman Temple and return back to Varanasi enroute visit Sitamarhi & Vindhyachal (Shakthi Peeth).
Early morning view Sunrise & enjoy Boat Ride. Later visit Lord Vishwanath Temple, Durga Temple, Tulsi Manas Mandir, Banaras Hindu University, Sarnath Museum. Evening transfer to Airport / Railway Station for return journey.
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