Varanasi Travel Destinations
Varanasi is one of the most popular destinatuion in India. sightseeing attraction in Varanasi Ghats,Vishwanath Temples,Ramnagar Fort, Sarnath,Man Mandir,Kathwala Temple,Kashi Vishwanath,Tulsi Manas.
Monuments / Historical Places / Sightseeing in Varanasi
Varanasi also called banarasa or kashi.Banaras is one of the oldest cities in world. The land of Varanasi (Kashi) has been the ultimate pilgrimage spot for Hindus for ages.Varanasi is associated with promotion of spiritualism, mysticism, Sanskrit, yoga and Hindi language and honored authors such as the ever-famous novelist Prem Chand and Tulsi Das, the famous saint-poet who wrote Ram Charit Manas.
Varanasi Ghats famous all over the world for the culture and devotion. These ghats are basically steps leading down to the river Ganga, used by pilgrims and bathers. The sacred aura that these ghats exude is something that will stay with you all your life. There are several ghats in Varanasi – Panchganga Ghat, Manikarnika Ghat, Dasaswamedh Ghat, Kedar Ghat, Tulsi Ghat and many more.Major attraction here boats riding from one ghat to another ghat.
Vishwanath Temples kashi vishwanath temple is holiest temple of the world.Not only does this temple embody tranquil mysticism, it also flaunts a harmonious co-existence with a Mosque in the same premises. The divine vibes and vintage charm of the whole city is reflected in this temple so it’s no wonder as to why hundreds of visitors throng the Vishwanath Temple every day.
Ramnagar Fort Kashi Naresh Raja Balwant Singh was built in the Mughal style in 1750 . This eighteenth century monument is the ancestral home of the Maharaja of Banaras, and has a temple and a museum within its grounds. Reflecting a Mughal-era structure, Ramnagar Fort is a glorious picture in elegance and extravagant flair.Visit this palace during dusshera Ramlila inaugurated by the Maharaja of Kashi.
Sarnath is place where Gautam Buddha first taught the Dharma Sarnath or the deer park has a museum and Buddhist temples built by several Asian countries following their architectural styles.Sarnath is to Buddhists what Varanasi is to Hindus. Ashokan Lion Capital is major tourist attraction.
Varanasi airport is connected to Delhi, Mumbai and Agra. There are daily domestic flights from Varanasi to these cities. International travelers can get connecting flights from Delhi, which is 810 km away.
There are two railheads – Varanasi junction and Kashi junction. Varanasi is well-connected with all major railway stations in India. Many express trains connect Varanasi with Delhi and Kolkata.
The roads of Varanasi are well connected with the neighbouring cities and states of Uttar Pradesh. Agra – 565 km, Allahabad – 128 km, Bhopal – 791 km, Bodhgaya – 240 km, Kanpur – 330 km, Khajuraho – 405 km, Lucknow – 286, Patna – 246 km, Sarnath – 10 Km are the cities are some of the major roads connected. One can hire a cab or a taxi from this areas to reach Varanasi.