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    What are the places to see in Varanasi?

    Varanasi is home to gigantic temples and Ghats that attract attention of millions of tourists each year. Other than that there are many other famous places in Varanasi that must be seen on your trip to the pious city. Take a look…

    Dashashwamedh Ghat: - It is among one of the most popular places to visit in Varanasi, where famous Ganga Aarti takes place. It is a same place where Lord Brahma sacrificed 10 horses in Yajna.

    Kashi Vishwanath Temple: - It is one of the 12 Jyotirlingas, dedicated to Lord Shiva and known for its splendid architecture.

    Ramnagar Fort: - Built in 18th century, although it is in ruin, but still preserve the spark that attracts tourists to visit once in a year. It is home to museum that displays a rare collection of vintage cars and medieval costumes.

    Sarnath: - Located at a distance of 13 km it is among famous Buddhist pilgrimage site that offer amazing Varanasi sightseeing experience.

    The list of places to see in Varanasi is endless and if you are looking for a holiday get a tour booked from Indiator. Enjoy luxury of AC vehicle for Varanasi airport transfer and stay in cities best hotel.

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  • #3511
    Top Must visit Attraction places in Varanasi:
    Dashashwamedh Ghat
    Manikarnika Ghat
    Kashi Vishwanath Temple
    Sarnath
    Sankat Mochan Hanuman Temple
    Ramnagar Fort

  • #3529
    Varanasi is a city situated on the banks of river Ganges in the state of Uttar Pradesh, India, which is one of the most special pilgrimage sites for Hindus. Only the ghats, temples and BHU come back after seeing, but there is a lot more to do in and around Benares as well.
    Eighty ghats
    Dashashwamedh Ghat
    Manikarnika Ghat
    Tulsi Mansa Temple
    Kashi Vishwanath Temple
    Durga Temple Varanasi
    Sarnath
    Chunar Fort
    Ramnagar

  • #3567
    The top attractions to visit in Varanasi are as follows,
    Ganges River
    Sarnath
    Dasaswamedh Ghat
    Banaras Ghats
    Assi Ghat

  • #3570
    Varanasi (or Benares) is a historical city that has many religious places to explore. I have listed below some of the must visit places to explore there.
    Ganges River and ghats
    Ganga Aarti
    Sarnath
    Shri Kashi Vishwanath Temple
    New Vishwanath Temple (inside BHU campus)
    Sankat Mochan Temple
    Monkey Temple (Durga Temple)
    Tibetan Temple
    Ramnagar Fort

  • #3581
    Varanasi is a famous religious place in India and now it is attracting more tourists because there is a good effort on the cleanliness and other aspects especially after the India Cleanliness drive by the present regime. So, the tourists would find the place more neat and clean comparable to the best places in the tourist maps and I hope that it would eventually create gain in terms of the revenue generated by the tourism and jobs generated for the local people. Once the present virus threat is over I hope that tourism would boom in this part of the country.

  • #3584
    Varanasi- The ancient and cultural capital of India is one of the most visited places to experience spirituality. The Sankat Mochan, Durga temple, Kaal Bhairav, and the world-famous holy Ganges river are among the few other attractions of town where the tourists are bound to get lost in its glory. It is a one-stop destination for piousness, for both the national and international tourists in the city of lights. Thank you for sharing this post. We are off to share!

  • #3680
    Varanasi is a religious place, Pilgrimage travel here from all over India and the largest religious gathering is also held here i.e Kumbh Mela which can be seen from space. Some of major places to visit in varanasi are

    1. Ganges River
    2. Dasaswamedh Ghat
    3. Assi Ghat
    4. Manikarnika Ghat
    5. Dhamek Stupa
    6. Shri Kashi Vishwanath Temple


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