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Bharat Milap, held in October/November is an important festival of Kashi or Varanasi. Bharat Milap is celebrated to commemorate Lord Ram's return to Ayodhya after 14 years of exile and his reunion with his brother, Bharat. Varanasi also known as Benaras or Kashi in the state of Uttar Pradesh is situated in the banks of Ganges. This oldest city of India dates back to the time of Rig Veda and is the oldest continually inhabited city of the world. Varanasi is famous for its pilgrimage in India and is one of the most famous tourist attractions in India.
Varanasi has always been famous for its colorful fairs, festivals and events. Almost every month some festival or the other is celebrated in this ancient city. The cultural life of the people of Varanasi is associated with river Ganges and its importance. Bharat Milap in Varanasi is a historical festival which is celebrated every year with great enjoyment.
Bharat Milap in Varanasi is celebrated every year in the month of October or November and it is one of the most important festivals of Varanasi which the residents celebrate with great pomp. This festival is celebrated the day after Dussehra. The festival is held at Nati Imli, Varanasi. This important festival of Varanasi has the essence of victory of truth and good over evil. Bharat Milap in Varanasi celebrates Lord Ram's return to Ayodhya after 14 years of exile and his reunion with his brother Bharat.
The Bharat Milap in Varanasi attracts plentiful devotees not only from Varanasi but also from all over India. Large number of people forms a significant part of this festival and the festival being attended by bejeweled Kashi Naresh elevates the spirit of the festival. This festival is a great attraction to the people of Varanasi and people await the whole year eagerly to celebrate this festival with great enjoyment and devotion and flourish. People gather on the street to see the magnificent procession the city is richly decorated with lights. People worship Lord Ram by putting garlands and tilak on his idol and his brothers