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Varanasi

The Holy City

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  • General Information

    Other Name: Varansi, District: Varanasi, State: Uttar Pradesh, India
    Area: 73.89 Sq. Km.
    Languages Spoken: Hindi and English
    Long Distance Code: +91-542
    Importance: The oldest living city of the world on the banks of the mighty river Ganga
    Best Time to Visit: October to March
  • Description

    Varanasi… one of the most ancient inhabited cities of the world is also the oldest living city of the world. Varanasi is considered to be India's religious and spiritual hub and derives its name from the tributaries of the Ganges, Varuna and Asi that it is located on. Its original name Kashi comes from Kasha meaning the place of sacred light. The other name Benares might have been either a corruption of Varanasi by the British or from the Pali version of the word Varanasi to Baranasi to Benares. Famous author Mark Twain after visiting the city in the 19th century wrote, "Benares is older than history, older than tradition, older even than legend and looks twice as old as all of them put together."<br />Varanasi is one of the most famous Hindu pilgrimage centers of India. Legend says that it was the dwelling place of Lord Shiva and therefore the devotees believe that a dip in the Ganges at Varanasi washes all their sins and helps them attain salvation. People from all over India come here at least once in a lifetime so that they can purify themselves. The age old people come here in the last days of their lives to die on the Ghats of Varanasi. They believe that such death would relieve them of the vicious circle of rebirth and they would attain the eternal salvation or Moksha. Varanasi is an amazing spiritual power for all ages. The old come here to die while the infants are brought here by their parents to take the first holy dip in the Ganges and worship the reigning deity, Lord Shiva. The newly wed come for the blessings of the Gods and the widows come here to lead a life devoted to the same God. <br />Varanasi finds a mention in the epics of Mahabharata and the ancient Hindu scriptures. Although the history of the city is lost in its antiquity, it has been glorified and described in the Skanda Purana as Kashi, written nearly 5000 years ago. Kashi since then has been a centre of education and knowledge. While the city is important for the Hindus it also gained importance when Buddha preached his first sermon in Saranath, just 10 kms away from Varanasi. <br />By the time the Chinese scholars such as Fa Xian and Xian Zhuang had visited Varanasi and written about its advanced and developed culture, the city had already grown into prominence all over India and into its neighbouring countries as the city of Temples, as the city of education and the as the city of spiritual bliss. It was renowned as the flourishing centre of religion, education and commerce by the 3rd century A.D. <br />The prosperity of this city of temples became an inevitable bone of contention for the local rulers and also attracted the Muslim rulers of the north. From the 11th century onwards it was looted and stripped many a times till the reign of the Mughal emperor Aurangzeb. Hence although it an ancient city it hardly has any ancient temples and most of the present ones standing were rebuilt by various Hindu rulers in the 18th century. <br />After accession by the British during the Raj and later after the Independence, Varanasi still retained its identity and remained a prominent city. With time the paths of salvation might have changed and definitions of purity may have been redefined. <br />But even today the city holds its unique charm with narrow by lanes and innumerous Ghats, with devotees performing their traditional rituals in the Ganges and the people flocking to this city to attain salvation. <br />Apart from the mornings on the Ghats and rituals at the temples, Varanasi is famous for producing the most beautiful and ethnic silk saris those are world famous. The beetle leaf, the Benarasi paan from the city is equally famous for its pungent taste yet soft structure. <br />Varanasi is a haunting city of dignified buildings, although many of them crumbling, glorified by myth and legend. An old eternal city sanctified by religion retaining its very special vitality. <br />A visit to Varanasi is experience of some kind. For some its self discovery, for others its salvation while for some it's just an ancient city and few unlucky ones who carry back nothing but only worst of the memories from the city.
  • Location

    Varanasi is strategically located on the Delhi - Kolkata route on the banks of the great River Ganges. Placed around 300 kms from the capital city of Uttar Pradesh, Lucknow, Varanasi is one of the most ancient inhabited civilizations on the earth. It is based on the banks of tributaries of the Ganges, the Varuna and Asi rivers and hence gets the name of Varanasi.
Ghats of VaranasiVaranasi has since ancient days been famous for its prime location on the great River Ganges and its temples. It is considered to be the prime abode of Lord Shiva. As the common belief goes a holy dip in the Ganges rescues a man from the circle of birth and rebirth. These Ghats are the stepped embankments on the River Ganges built by various Hindu rulers for their private use. Till date these embankments are used for the daily rituals of taking holy bath in the River or worshipping the Sun God and the River in the early morning. Visitors to the city do not miss out an opportunity to visit the Ghats, where one can actually experience the daily rituals of the Hindus of the city. Most of the Ghats were built and patronized by Maratha rulers like the Peshwas, the Holkars, the Scindias, the Gaekwads and the Bhonsles. Till date few of Ghats are owned by the local rulers of Varanasi.
\r\nAll the Ghats are placed in the periphery of four to five km stretch on the bank of the River Ganges. These Ghats are best visited at dawn, before Sunrise. A boat ride on the River watching the sun rising and at the same time following the traditional rituals of the devotees is a picturesque sight. Sunset is another time to visit the Ghats when hymns are sung in the praise of The Almighty and the Ganges worshipping with lamps. By the time the sun dips down, men and women place small lamps on leaves and sail them in the river as an offering. Hundreds and thousands of lamps sail in the calm waters giving an impression of star lit sky. A beautiful mesmerizing site not to be missed.
\r\nThe Dasashwamedh Ghat quite unspoilt and beautiful Ghat is the most famous Ghat of Varanasi. It offers a splendid view of the water front and has a mythological legend behind it. It is said that the Ghat is where Lord Brahma sacrificed 10 horses to bring back Lord Shiva after his banishment from the place. So it is considered to be the most pious of all the Ghats in Varanasi. The Manikarnika Ghat was once a pit dug by Lord Vishnu by his charka and filled it with his perspiration while performing various penances. While Lord Shiva watched him, his ear ring made of pearl fell in to the pit giving it the name of Manikarnika. Another Ghat is known as the Chakrapushkarni Ghat where Lord Vishnu lay is footprint. Other famous Ghats are the Manmandir Ghat, the Hanuman Ghat and the Kedar Ghat.
Temples of VaranasiThe Kashi Vishwanath temple:\r\nThe presiding deity of Varanasi is Lord Shiva and the temple is dedicated to the same. Also known as the golden temple owing to the golden top donated by the Maharaja of Lahore, Punjab in 1885 A.D. the structure of the temple is new. It was rebuilt in 1776 A.D. by Ahilyabai Holkar, the Maharani of Indore. Although the structure is around 250 year old, the idol, the Shiva Lingam is believed to be ancient. It is said that the idol was well preserved by the priest of the temple during the demolition of the temple by The Mughal king Aurangzeb in the 17th century. The temple is a major attraction of the devotees to Varanasi other than the Ghats. \r\n\r\nThe Bharat Mata Temple:\r\nA unique temple and probably one of its kind in the whole of India, this temple is dedicated to the country, the mother land. The temple built by Babu Shiv Prasad Gupta and Durga Prasad Khatri was inaugurated by Mahatma Gandhi in 1935 A.D. It houses a beautiful map of India carved out of marble.\r\n\r\nThe Durga Temple:\r\nDedicated to Goddess Durga, denoting the energy, this is one of the important temples of the city and is built in the Nagara style of Architecture in the 18th century. \r\n\r\nThe Alamgir Mosque:\r\nThis Islamic place of worship is placed just next to the Kashi Vishwanath temple. It is said that the earlier structure of the Kashi Vishwanath stood right where the mosque stands today. The temple was demolished by the Mughal King Aurangzeb in the 17th century and built a mosque here naming it the Alamgir mosque. The Vishwanath temple was rebuilt later. The mosque is also known as the Gyanvapi mosque.
The ObservatoryThe Maharaja of Jaipur, Jai Singh was interested in the astronomy and built many observatories for observing the positions of the stars and their routes. He built three such observatories. The one in Varanasi is supposed to be the first in the league, Delhi comes second and by the time he built one in Jaipur he had developed perfection in the art. The observatory here tells the time and the date according to the structure and the sun rays falling on it.
The Benares Hindu UniversityOne of the oldest educational institutes of India, the Benares Hindu University, was established in 1916 on the banks of the Ganges. It was a dream of nationalist Madan Mohan Malviya to establish a Hindu University in the Holy city of Varanasi which received an overwhelming response from the noted freedom fighters and patronage from the Hindu rich class from all over the country. The University earlier dedicated primarily for the studies of Indian Culture and Sanskrit now has taken a big shape and has become one of the prime educational institutions of India today.
SaranathThe most important pilgrimage centre for the Buddhists, Saranath is hardly 10 km from Varanasi. It is here that Lord Buddha preached his first sermon unfolding the four noble truths of life giving the eight fold path to Nirvana or enlightenment in 530 B.C. It was at Saranath that Lord Buddha preached the middle path which became the corner stone of the Buddhist religion. Saranath was called as Sarangnath earlier another name of Buddha in his previous births as the king of Antelopes. Sarangnath later came to be known as Saranath. Another reason is may be that the place where Buddha gave his first sermon was in a deer Park and hence the name of the lord of the deer, Sarangnath.\r\nSaranath was made into one of the major Buddhist religious destinations after the great Mauryan emperor Ashok realized its historic importance. He built the magnificent Stupas and buildings patronizing the place. But today what we see of this place is just the ruins of which was described as the Turning of Wheel of Law, by the Chinese traveler Xian Zhuang in the 7th century.\r\nThe Dhamekh Stupa built in the 6th century is the only proper monument that stands today. It commemorates the spot where Buddha gave his first sermon to five disciples. Hardly anything of the magnificent Ashok pillar remains. But the inscription on it tells the monks to lead the path of religion without breaking the Sangha. The Archaeological Museum of Saranath however is probably one of the best and outstanding archaeological museums in the country. It displays the artifacts that were excavated from the ruins of Saranath. The most notable being the Lion Capital which once surmounted the Huge Ashok pillar with four back to back lions. \r\nThe Lion Capital, carved from one single block of rock, has been adopted as the national emblem by free India. The four back to back Lions have a four panel band which features Lion, Elephant, Horse and Bull. The Capital stands on an inverted Lotus flower which is symbolic to the seven lotus flowers which bloomed after Buddha's death. The Museums contains many other relics built during the Mauryan period dating back to the 3rd century B.C.\r\nThe other important place in Saranath is the temple built by the Mahabodhi society in 1931 which has the original relics of Lord Buddha in a silver casket. The interior of the temple are decorated with beautiful frescoes depicting the life of Buddha and also has a replica of 5th century statue of Buddha in Gold.

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Ramnagar FortAround 16 kms from Varanasi on the stretch of the Bank across the river Ganges stands the magnificent Ramnagar Fort. This fort is still a royal residence of the Kings of Varanasi. The Durbar hall is converted into a museum displaying the royal artifacts like the Guns and ivory items. The fort is famous for the Ramlila it hosts during the Dusshera festival. Ramlila is the story of the epic hero Ram of Ramayana. It is enacted in the form of drama with songs. The staging of the story begins one month prior to Dusshera and ends on Dusshera by showing victory of Ram over the demon king Ravan.
Chunar FortThe Chunar fort which is around 50 kms from the city of Varanasi has a strategic location. This historic fort overlooking the River Ganges is a vantage point occupied since early times dating back to Vikramaditya of Ujjain 56 BC. The fort was attacked and occupied by Akbar and later by the Nawabs of Awadh. Finally the British captured it in the 18th century. \r\nChunar is famous for its sandstone and the material with which the great Mauryan emperor Ashok built his pillars with.
JaunpurJaunpur is located 65 km from Varanasi. It was developed by Feroz Shah in the 14th century who also built a fort here to guard the eastern side of his Delhi sultanate. Jaunpur is bisected by the river Gomati which are connected by the famous and massive Akbari Bridge. The bridge built in the 16th century has with stood the earth quakes and floods for the past five centuries. The bridge has fifteen stone arches and at the end of the bridge is a sculpture of a lion tussling with an elephant. \r\nThis small town is an architectural splendour with many mosques built in the 14th and the 15th centuries. The mosques built in most unique style are partly Islamic, partly Buddhist and also have some Jain architectural influence.
KaushambiThe small town of Kaushambi is around 185 kms from the holy city of Varanasi. Kaushambi is also an ancient city and finds a mention in the epic of Mahabharata. It is said that the Pandavas stayed here for some time. The town regained its importance when Lord Buddha came here to preach sermons. Ruins of an old fort tell about the importance of the town.
Kashi Vishwanath TempleStanding on the western bank of India's holiest river Ganges, Varanasi is the oldest surviving city of the world and the cultural capital of India. It is in the heart of this city that there stands in its fullest majesty the Kashi Vishwanath Temple in which is enshrined the Jyotirlinga of Shiva, Vishweshwara or Vishwanatha. Here gravitate the teeming millions of India to seek benediction and spiritual peace by the darshan of this Jyotirlinga which confers liberation from the bondages of maya and the inexorable entanglements of the world. A simple glimpse of the Jyotirlinga is a soul-cleansing experience that transforms life and puts it on the path of knowledge and bhakti. Vishweshwara Jyotirlinga has a very special and unique significance in the spiritual history of India. Tradition has it that the merits earned by the darshan of other jyotirlinga scattered in various parts of India accrue to devotee by a single visit to Kashi Vishwanath Temple. Deeply and intimately implanted in the Hindu mind, the Kashi Vishwanath Temple has been a living embodiment of our timeless cultural traditions and highest spiritual values. The Temple has been visited by all great saints- Adi Shankaracharya, Ramkrishna Paramhansa, Swami Vivekanand, Goswami Tulsidas, Maharshi Dayanand Saraswati, Gurunanak and several other spiritual personalities. The Kashi Vishwanath Temple attracts visitors not only from India but abroad as well and thereby symbolises man's desire to live in peace send harmony with one another. Vishwanath being a supreme repository of this spiritual truth thus strengthens the bonds of universal brotherhood and fellow feeling at the national as well as global levels.

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Timings: Full day
The Land of Lord Buddha

The Land of Lord Buddha
(9 Days / 8 Nights)

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The Land of Lord Buddha / PI-056 (9 Days / 8 Nights)
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Come and attain Nirvana - liberation from the sufferings of life, through the Buddhist trail of Bodhgaya, Rajgir, Nalanda and Vaishali.... in the land of its origin.

Detailed Itinerary
Day 1 : Delhi
Day 2 : Delhi - Lucknow - Sravasti
Day 3 : Sravasti-Kushinagar
Day 4 : Kushinagar - Vaishali - Patna
Day 5 : Patna-Nalanda-Rajgir-Bodhgaya
Day 6 : Bodhgaya
Day 7 : Bodhgaya-Varanasi
Day 8 : Varanasi - Delhi
Day 9 : Delhi
Golden Triangle of Buddhist Tour

Golden Triangle of Buddhist Tour
(6 Days / 5 Nights)

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Golden Triangle of Buddhist Tour / PI-0465 (6 Days / 5 Nights)
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This tour takes you on a journey of some of the some of the most famous Buddhist pilgrimage destinations located in India. Explore the monasteries and temples along with several other historic attractions at these places. The trip provides the best of Buddhist circuit of India in a very short period of time.

Detailed Itinerary
Day 1 : Bodhgaya
Day 2 : Bodhgaya - Rajgir - Nalanda - Patna
Day 3 : Patna - Vaishali - Kushinagar
Day 4 : Kushinagar - Varanasi
Day 5 : Varanasi
Day 6 : Varanasi
Buddhism with Heritage & Culture Tour

Buddhism with Heritage & Culture Tour
(11 Days / 10 Nights)

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Buddhism with Heritage & Culture Tour / PI-0183 (11 Days / 10 Nights)
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From Bodh Gaya to Sarnath to Sravasti to Rajgir to Kushinagar to Lumbini - this entire region of India recreates the life of Buddha. Our tour package not only gives you an opportunity to visit these places but also makes you appreciate the culture of this region which gave the world some of the most enduring religions.

Detailed Itinerary
Day 1 : Delhi
Day 2 : Delhi
Day 3 : Delhi - Jaipur
Day 4 : Jaipur - Agra
Day 5 : Agra - Jhansi - Khajuraho
Day 6 : Khajuraho - Varanasi
Day 7 : Varanasi
Day 8 : Varanasi - Bodhgaya
Day 9 : Bodhgaya
Day 10 : Bodhgaya - Rajgir - Nalanda - Patna
Day 11 : Patna - Delhi
Buddhist Pilgrimage Tour of India

Buddhist Pilgrimage Tour of India
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Buddhist Pilgrimage Tour of India / PI-0129 (12 Days / 11 Nights)
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From the Stupa of Sanchi to the ruins of Nalanda and the ultimate caves of Ellora and Ajanta; Buddha's preachings reached all over in India through the art form. This tour takes you from the Ajanta caves which were created nearly thousand years after the nirwana of Lord Buddha to the place where he attained his enlightenment.

Detailed Itinerary
Day 1 : Mumbai
Day 2 : Mumbai - Aurangabad
Day 3 : Aurangabad
Day 4 : Aurangabad-Mumbai-Bhopal
Day 5 : Bhopal
Day 6 : Bhopal - Agra
Day 7 : Agra - Varanasi
Day 8 : Varanasi
Day 9 : Varanasi - Bodhgaya
Day 10 : Bodhgaya
Day 11 : Bodhgaya-Rajgir-Nalanda-Patna
Day 12 : Patna-Delhi
India Nepal Buddhist tour from Kolkata

India Nepal Buddhist tour from Kolkata
(11 Days / 10 Nights)

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India Nepal Buddhist tour from Kolkata / PC-564 (11 Days / 10 Nights)
Kolkata-Gaya-Rajgir-Nalanda-Bodhgaya-Varanasi-Agra-Delhi-Kathmandu-Pokhra-Bhaktapur-Kathmandu

Starting from Kolkata, this trip is a Buddhist pilgrimage tour that takes you across some of the most revered Buddhsist spots in India Nepal area. Whether it’s the sacred Gaya or the historic Nalanda or the spiritual Varanasi or the revered Bhaktapur, the trip covers the spots that act as important landmarks in the Buddhist culture and tradition.

Detailed Itinerary
Day 1 : Kolkata
Day 2 : Kolkata-Gaya
Day 3 : Gaya-Rajgir-Nalanda-Bodhgaya
Day 4 : Bodhgaya-Varanasi
Day 5 : Varanasi-Agra
Day 6 : Agra
Day 7 : Agra-Delhi-Kathmandu
Day 8 : Kathmandu-Pokhra
Day 9 : Pokhra
Day 10 : Pokhra-Bhaktapur
Day 11 : Bhaktapur-Kathmandu
BUUDHA S FOOTSTEPS WITH SONEPUR MELA

BUUDHA S FOOTSTEPS WITH SONEPUR MELA
(13 Days / 12 Nights)

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BUUDHA S FOOTSTEPS WITH SONEPUR MELA / PC-599 (13 Days / 12 Nights)
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Sonepur Mela starts in November and lasts for next 15 days to one month every year. It draws more than 600,000 visitors to the Sonepur. One of the major attractions of the fair is the sight of scores of elephants that are beautifully decorated and lined up for sale. This is the only place in India or probably in the world where largest number of elephants are traded at one place. The buyers are mainly government forest department officials. You may even find the trading of large number of horses, goats, buffaloes, donkeys, ponies and dogs etc. along with elephants and other household cattle. In his very first sermon Lord Buddha put forth the Middle Way, the Four Noble Truths, and the Eightfold Path - the message spread rapidly, penetrating caste and class barriers; today Buddhism is a way of life in large parts of the world, its message of peace and tolerance speaks to us all. Buddha preached that the way to salvation is not dependent on God but on understanding the way things really are for all living beings subject to desire. We take you on a journey to places associated with important events in Buddha's life. Prince Siddhartha was born at Lumbini, became Buddha, the Enlightened One, at Bodhgaya, gave his first sermon at Sarnath, lived the greater part of his monastic life in Sravasti, and attained Nirvana at Kushinagar.

Detailed Itinerary
Day 1 : Delhi
Day 2 : Delhi
Day 3 : Delhi-Lucknow-Sravasti
Day 4 : Sravasti-Lumbini
Day 5 : Lumbini-Kushinagar
Day 6 : Kushinagar-Varanasi-Patna
Day 7 : Patna-Sonepur-Patna
Day 8 : Patna-Sonepur-Patna
Day 9 : Patna-Nalanda-Rajgir-Bodhgaya
Day 10 : Bodhgaya
Day 11 : Bodhgaya-Varanasi
Day 12 : Varanasi-Delhi
Day 13 : Delhi
In Search of Buddha in India

In Search of Buddha in India
(12 Days / 11 Nights)

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In Search of Buddha in India / PI-0120 (12 Days / 11 Nights)
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Walk along the steps of Lord Buddha as you traverse through his steps when he left the luxuries of life in search of the eternal truth. This trip takes you along on an enchanting journey that goes across all the main Buddhist destinations including Sravasti, Lumbini, Bodhgaya, Rajgir and the spiritual pilgrimage city of Varanasi.

Detailed Itinerary
Day 1 : Delhi
Day 2 : Delhi-Agra
Day 3 : Agra-Lucknow
Day 4 : Lucknow-Sravasti
Day 5 : Sravasti - Lumbini
Day 6 : Lumbini - Kushinagar
Day 7 : Kushinagar - Patna
Day 8 : Patna-Rajgir-Bodhgaya
Day 9 : Bodhgaya
Day 10 : Bodhgaya-Varanasi
Day 11 : Varanasi - Delhi
Day 12 : Delhi
Central India with Ganges Tour

Central India with Ganges Tour
(15 Days / 14 Nights)

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Central India with Ganges Tour / PI-0491 (15 Days / 14 Nights)
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This wonderful tour of 15 days takes you on a sojourn of the unexplored, not so known yet beautiful India. From the important Hindu pilgrimage sites of Varanasi and Ujjain to the ruined forts and fortresses lined with folk tales of Orchha and Mandu; from the modern cities of Bhopal and Indore to the exotic architecture of the Khajuraho temples, this tour will give you an insight on the India that dwelt in this part some few hundred years back.

Detailed Itinerary
Day 1 : Delhi
Day 2 : Delhi
Day 3 : Delhi - Varanasi
Day 4 : Varanasi
Day 5 : Varanasi - Khajuraho
Day 6 : Khajuraho - Orchha
Day 7 : Orchha-Jhansi-Gwalior
Day 8 : Gwalior - Shivpuri-Gwalior
Day 9 : Gwalior-Bhopal
Day 10 : Bhopal-Indore
Day 11 : Indore-Ujjain-Indore
Day 12 : Indore-Mandu
Day 13 : Mandu
Day 14 : Mandu-Bhopal
Day 15 : Bhopal - Delhi

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