Varanasi Tourism


Ganga Aarti

Ganga Aarti is very famous in Varanasi, this performs every evening on the Ganga river by thousands of devotees with fire, it can call “Agni Pooja” also and group of people worship of ganga with candles

If you are in Varanasi or plan to visit Varanasi then it will be unbelievable experience. Program includes music and devotees has cup on hands over the flame and raise their palms of their forehead.


Ganga Snan

Ganga Snan in Varanasi is special because of 81 ghats and holy kund. Snan of three important ghats (Manikarnika, Dasaswamedh and Panch-Ganga) is called Tri-Tirtha-Yatra. There are some important ghat like Assi Ghat, Dasaswamedh Ghat and more.

The Manikarnika and Harishchandra ghats are specially dedicated to the cremation ritual, annually 25000 to 30000 bodies are cremate on various ghat s in Varanasi.

the Government of India funded a Clean Ganges initiative, to address cremation and other sources of pollution along the Ghats of Varanasi.



Kasha Vishwanath Temple Varanasi is dedicated to Lord Shiva, constructed in the year 1780 by the Maratha Monarch Maharani Ahilyabai Holkar of the Indore. It is the famous tourist place in Varanasi.

Temple is located on the banks of holy Ganga and widely recognized as one of the most important places for worship. Jyotirlinga of Shiva is Inside temple has a special and unique significance of spiritual history of India.

New Temple Shri Vishwanath Mandir is located 1.7 Kilometers inside campus of Banaras Hindu University.


Asoka Pillar

Ashoka Pillar is a symbol of the axia Mundi and of the column that rises every day at noon from the legendary lake Anavatapta to touch the sun.

It is this pillar that was adopted as the national emblem of India. It is depicted on the one rupee note and the two rupee coin.

Ashoka Column, Four lions are seated back to back. At present the Column remains in the same place whereas the Lion Capital is at the Sarnath Museum. This Lion Capital of Ashoka from Sarnath has been adopted as the National Emblem of India and the wheel "Ashoka Chakra" from its base was placed onto the centre of the flag of India.