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Varanasi,Uttar Pradesh



Bharat Mata Mandir Bharat Mata Mandir or Bharat Mata Temple is one of its kinds in Varanasi. Contrary to what most of the tourists believe, this temple is not dedicated to any God, Goddess or certain deity for that matter. It is dedicated to the human manifestation of India popularly called Mother India or Bharat Mata in Hindi. The temple was inaugurated by non other than Mahatma Gandhi, The father of the Indian Nation.

Banaras Hindu University BHU was built in the year 1916-1917 under the special act of parliament passed in the year 1915 named BHU act. The act was passed by the interim parliament that worked under the imperial British government. Mahamna Pundit Madan Mohan Malaviya and Annie Besant did the conceptualization and implementation of this university. Raja of Kashi donated 1350 acres of land for the construction of the sprawling campus.

Durga Mandir Goddess Durga is a significant manifestation of Parvati, the consort of Lord Shiva. In fact she is said to be Shakti, or the manifestation of Parvati that signifies the female element of Power and harmony in nature. This is precisely because a Bengali Maharani built this temple in the 18th century.

Kashi Vishwanath Mandir The Vishwanath temple is synonymous to Varanasi. Vishwanath Temple is the most sacred and the most famous temple in Varanasi. In fact, Vishwanath Temple is extremely popular in other parts of India too. A considerable chunk of foreign visitors in India come to Varanasi every year to get a glimpse of the Vishwanath Temple even though the followers of Semitic religions are not allowed to enter the sanctum of the temple.

Ramnagar Fort Ramnagar Fort is the former as well as the present residence of the Maharaja of Kashi also known at times as Raja of Banaras. It is situated on the opposite bank of the Ganges along which the city of Varanasi thrives. The most important construction inside the fort is the 'Durbar Hall' or the Hall of public audience.

Sankat Mochan Mandir Sankat Mochan Mandir do not have much historical significance but is a good place to visit at least once. No body knows who established this temple. It was actually very small in its early phase. In the due course various 'Mahants' collected funds to upgrade the structure and today it boasts off a large complex.

Tulsi Manas Mandir Tulsi Manas Temple has a very historical as well as cultural importance for not only Varanasi but also for the whole of India. This is because Ramayana was composed at this very place. Goswami Tulsi Das was the man who composed Ramayana in Hindi in the form of "Ram Charit Manas".

Varanasi,Uttar Pradesh

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Varanasi is among the oldest living cities in the world, it is also the holiest of Hindu pilgrimages. Thousands come daily to Varanasi to take a ritual dip in the river Ganga, to cleanse their souls of sins and to worship at its many temples.Varanasi is so old that it is a part of Indian mythology and finds mention in the epics Ramayana and Mahabharata.

Hotels near Varanasi

Ramada Varanasi Katesar

Ramada Varanasi Katesar Varanasi Earlier Know As ( Hotel Grapevine Varanasi ) India's spiritual capital Varanasi is the oldest continuously inhabited city in the world also referred to as Kashi (City of Life) and Benaras. The ancient city of Varanasi is dispersed across a maze of winding streets along the western banks of the Ganges with around 2000 temples. At a mere distance of just 7.5 Km from Ganga Ghat, 12.3 Km from Dhamekh Stupa, 10.6 Km from Varan
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Pearl Courtyard

Pearl Courtyard Varanasis is a victorian architectural style hotel designed in teak wood and beautifully pearl coated. Located in Varanasi's most pious location- The Kashi Vishwanath Dham mandir.

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The Gateway Hotel Ganges

The Gateway Hotel Ganges is located at Varanasi (Uttar Pradesh, India)

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