October 9, 2019 by Amit Dhaniya

Travel Guide to Varanasi to Make journey Unforgettable – Kashi yatra from Chennai

Varanasi, older than history is a spiritual hub of India. The city is older than our imagination and devotees from all over the world are attracted to this ancient city. The city isn't just a spiritual destination but is also a great place to know the history and creation of the universe. The city is also known as Banaras or Kashi, the cultural capital of India, and the place to begin learning in the past. According to the legends of Kashi, Lord Shiva himself created the city and now is known as 'home of Lord Shiva'. In your Kashi yatra from Chennai, you can immerse yourself in the city and have real-life experiences in the belief of the Hindu religion. The holy city is so interlaced with heavenly nature that folks trust that to die in Varanasi is to achieve salvation. Many visit the city to spend the end days of their life. Varanasi has many places to visit that include temples, ghats, markets, and much more. It is filled with fun things to do, food to eat, festivals to celebrate, and experiences you will cherish a lifetime. Varanasi tour packages from Trip Kashi provide you a complete guide to…
September 30, 2019 by Amit Dhaniya

Top 7 Places to Visit in Kashi Yatra from Bangalore

Varanasi, Kashi, or Banaras, the holy city is known by many names. Situated on the banks of holy river Ganga and being the ancient city in India, Kashi is a major tourist place to visit in India. All these names of an ancient city have given it a long millennial history; a history that has attracted many travelers across ages. A history that is even more surprising as its extraordinary peers - Jerusalem, Athens, and Beijing has since quite a while ago moved away from their antiquated lifestyle. Kashi yatra tour packages give a chance to discover a place where mosques are built on the sacred sites of temples and ensured by law; where Bismillah Khan, a devout Shi'ite Muslim musician, a lover of Hindu Goddess Saraswati, played shehnai at the entrance of Vishwanath Temple which is the famous temple of India. Any effort to epitomize the quintessence of Varanasi is like to get in touch with the core of Indian Spiritual Thought. Kashi is such a place where one can find peace of mind with affordable Kashi yatra tour packages from Trip Kashi. Whether you are taking Kashi Yatra from Bangalore or any part of the world, Trip Kashi…
September 29, 2019 by Amit Dhaniya

Tourist Places Not To Be Missed In Sarnath Tours from Varanasi

Located at a distance of 10 kilometers from Varanasi, Sarnath is a renowned Buddhist pilgrimage tourist destination in India. Sarnath is known as the place where Lord Buddha delivered his first sermon after attaining enlightenment in Bodhgaya. Sarnath is amongst the four most important Buddhist pilgrimage tourist places in India. Before Lord Buddha died, he added Sarnath in the list of sacred places to be followed by his followers. Apart from Buddhism, Sarnath is also connected with the development of Jainism. King Ashoka of Mauryan dynasty, the follower of Lord Buddha took measures to spread the lessons of Buddhism over his empire also visited Sarnath in 234 B.C. and build a stupa here. Every Buddhist follower across the world visit Sarnath at least once in a lifetime. Many Buddhist monuments were built between the 3rd century to the 11th century. Located near Varanasi, Sarnath can easily be visited without any hassle. All you need to do is to add Sarnath tour from Varanasi offered by Trip Kashi. Sarnath tours from Varanasi by Trip Kashi will allow you to cover all the major attractions in Sarnath. Sarnath tourist attractions contain the remnants of holy sites on the Buddhist Sector India. Mainly,…
September 10, 2019 by admin

Important Fairs and Festivals in Varanasi

In the northern state of Uttar Pradesh, on the banks of the river Ganges lies a city of lights Varanasi, also known as Banaras and Kashi. Varanasi is the holiest of seven cities (Sapta Puri) in Hinduism and Jainism. There are many important fairs and festivals in Varanasi. The city is also known for its pilgrimage. The world knows it for its ghats that are built alongside the bank of holy river Ganga, it is said the city is a home to 84 ghats like Dashashwamedh Ghat, the Panchganga Ghat, the Manikarnika Ghat, and the Harishchandra Ghat, where pilgrims take bath in the holy river, Ganga, some cremate their loved ones here for salvation, and many other religious ablutions are performed by pilgrims. Varanasi is believed to be one of the most religious cities of India, having a temple at every 1km and is home of Shiva. Among the 23,000 temples Kashi Vishwanath Temple, Sankat Mochan Hanuman Temple, are some of the famous temples and are must place to visit in Varanasi. Of about 10kms from Varanasi, is a place Sarnath that is said to be a place where Buddha first taught the Dharma. Besides its religious beliefs, Banaras is famous…
September 4, 2019 by admin

Set Free your Soul on Ghats Of Varanasi

As soon as we hear Varanasi, there are two things that come in our mind- world famous Ganga Arti and Ghats. Ghats and Kashi are constants. Having more than 100 Ghats along the river Ganga in Kashi, each of them holds a special place in history as well as in present. Where Dashashwemedha ghat is famous for Ganga aarti, Assi ghat is popular amongst students and tourist. Taking a splendid boat ride from Dashashwamedh Ghat to Harishchandra ghat along the river to going for a simple evening walk; all these fun tourist activities to do on Kashi Yatra give a fascinating experience. Most of these ghats in Kashi were built after or during the 17th century, as well as some of them hold a special place in Hindu mythology. From choosing so many options to explore, it gets a bit daunting to choose. So, here is a list of must-visit ghats of Varanasi to add in your Kashi trip or maybe in Kashi tour packages. Dashashwamedh Ghat- Dashashwamedh ghat is the main ghat and is said to be made for sacrificing ten horses by Lord Brahma. It is one of the main places to visit in Varanasi. Dashashwamedh is amongst…
August 29, 2019 by admin

Savor The Food You Can’t Afford To Miss On Streets Food in Varanasi

Street food in any city depicts its true essence of culture and cuisine. We know that the street food from across the country has gained worldwide popularity for its complicated recipes and flavors that cannot be found anywhere else. When it comes to street food, your Kashi Yatra would be incomplete without grabbing a cup of tea in kulhad at the banks of river Ganga. Being one of the oldest cities in the world, Streets Food in Varanasi options are as elaborated as the history of it. Make your Kashi day trip worthy and full of flavors by grubbing on these scrumptious street foods at the ghats and street of Varanasi. Kachori Sabzi- The most popular and delicious breakfast option in Varanasi. This mouth-watering combination is a must-try dish in Varanasi. There are two types of Kachoris- Badi Kachori that is stuffed with the spicy mixture of lentil called dal ki pithy and Choti Kachori that is made up of spicy mashed potato stuffing. Both the Kachoris are served with a spicy, tangy, and aromatic garam masala aloo ki sabzi. You can get this dish anywhere but, why not taste the best kachori sabzi at Ram Bhandar, Kachori Gali, or…
November 30, 2018 by admin

All you need to know about the Holy City of Varanasi

Varanasi is one of the oldest living cities in the world who needs little introduction. It is the India of your imagination and one of the holiest in Hinduism. Varanasi is one of the fascinating, colorful, and blissful places on earth with a rich history and culture. You can love it or hate, but no one can resist eccentric feels of the holy city. The most interesting and fascinating thing about this mystic city is the rituals that take place here and are openly revealed at many riverside ghats; from taking a dip in holy Ganga to wash all the sins to burning bodies of the dead. Varanasi is known as the city of Lord Shiva and believed if anyone dies in the sacred city will be extricated from reincarnation cycle. Once in a lifetime, one must go on a Varanasi tour to feel the culture, traditions, and heritage of the country. Best Time to visit Varanasi The important things to note down before planning a Varanasi tour is to choose the best time to visit Varanasi. From October to March are the best months to explore Varanasi. The month of October is the beginning of winter and the temperature…

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