Resting beside the banks of the Holy Ganges, the city of Varanasi is often popularly known as the spiritual capital of the country. Visitors from all around the globe come to this city to experience divine spirituality and attain moksha.
This city is magical and can astonish anybody may it be a foreigner or from the India. The essence and glimpse of India’s soul can be found in every corner of this city. The popular tourist attractions in Varanasi are its Manikarnika ghat, Assi ghat, Dhamekh Stupa, Shri Kashi Vishwanath temple, and much more....
The Dashashwamedh ghat has a combination of three meanings in its name is Das means ten, aswa means horse, and medh means sacrifice. This ghat is known for its vibrant evening aarti, joy, ecstatic event that happens each day. The Jantar Mantar is one of the last monuments made by Maharaja Jai Singh II of Jaipur. He was a scholar in science and astronomy also attracts several visitors each year. Varanasi’s famous Ramnagar Fort made by Raja Balwant Singh is right opposite the Tulsi Ghat. This fort is a stunning illustration of Mughal architecture.
Varanasi also has a little something for nature and adventure lovers. The Deer Park in Sarnath is not just a tiny zoo. It is also an ancient garden where the great Gautam Buddha first taught his dharma. This park has different species of animals and birds all across its range. It is one of the four pilgrimage places that one must-visit. Varanasi has the essence of all you need, especially if you want a spiritual trip to discover eternal peace.
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