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Varanasi Tourist & Pilgrimage Guide

Varanasi Tourist & Pilgrimage Guide

Varanasi Tourist & Pilgrimage Guide
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    varanasi Packages starting from Rs 6999/- from varanasi including full site seeing and excursions
  • Location: UttarPradesh,India -221 001
  • Nearest Airport: Varanasi
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Varanasi - Beneras Tourist & Pilgrimage Guide

 

  • Discover Tradition & Truth in Varanasi
  • Be in Past & Present in Varanasi
  • Travel with in Yourself in Varanai
  • Find your Soul & Get Salvation.
  • Discover Varanasi which is Older than time. Purer than truth. Divine as heaven.

Varanasi-Beneras - A city as timeless as eternity. Traditions as old as time. Places as pure as truth. Knowledge as vast as universe. Welcome to the Vindhya-Varanasi circuit in Uttar Pradesh. Travel within as much as outside.
 

About Ancient Varanasi Benares 

Benares is older than history, older than tradition, even older than legend and looks twice as old as all of them put together" Mark Twain.

 

Sacred Varanasi-Beneras

Varanasi, called 'Kashi' in the scriputures and popularly known as "Benaras", is said to be the oldest living city in the world with a glorious history that goes back to thousands of years. Believed to be the greatest 'Tirth' or crossing place between the earth and heaven. For a Hindu, to visit Varanasi and bath in the sacred water of the Ganges, is to be cleansed of the sins of thousands of past births.

The combination of Kashi, the holy city, Ganga, the celestial river and Shiva, the supreme God makes Varanasi an immortal destination. A great cultural centre, notably in the field of learning, especially of religion, philosophy, Yoga, Ayurveda, Astrology and Indian classical music. But there is much more to Varanasi than temples, Ghats, Galis(narrow lanes).
 


Ghats of Varanasi 
 

The spectacular long swep of Ghats on the holy Ganga is unique and creates a fascinating sight, best viewed at dawn. Life, in almost panoramic detail, unfolds here from dawn to dusk as a steady stream of devotees, swelling to thousands on auspicious days, perform rituals. Varanasi's principal attraction is the long string of bathing Ghats which line the west bank of ganges.

There are over 100 Ghats in Varanasi, of which Dasashwamedh Ghat is the most striking, near by are the Manikarnika and the Harishchandra Ghats where cremations take place.

The Assi Ghat is further upstream, Panchganga, Tulsi Ghat, Dandi and Kali Ghats, Kedar Ghat, Man Mandir Ghat, Mir Ghat and Gai Ghats are other important ghats.

The best way to enjoy Varanasi is by boat, which are available on hire at most of the Ghats.


Varanasi Lanes


Varanasi is the city of temples, Ghats and Galis (narrow lanes). The serpentine narrow lanes of this city mirror the typical life style of the inhabitants. Some of the famous Galis are Vishwanath Gali, Kachauri Gali, Thatheri Bazar, Khoa Gali, Satti Bazaar, Phool Bazaar etc.


Kashi Vishwanath Temple of Varanasi


This temple of Lord Shiva, the presiding deity of the city, is also known as Golden Temple. Varanasi is said to be the place where the first Jyotirlinga, the fiery pillar of light by which Lord Shiva manifested his supremacy over other gods, broke through the earth's crust. More than the Ghats and even the river Ganga, it is the Shivalinga installed in the temple that remains the devotional focus of Varanasi. Open only to Hindus. The 'Arti' is performed here at different times and by different names in a grand manner and is worth seeing.

 

Aarti in Kashi Vishwanath Temple

The Mangala Arti at 3.00 a.m., Bhog Arti at 12 noon, Saptarishi Arti at 7.00 p.m., Shringar Arti at 09.30 p.m., and the Shayan Arti at 10.30 p.m.
 

 

Famous Temples in Varanasi

Varanasi has thousands of temples. You cannot see all but make an effort not to miss the important ones- Annapurna temple (near Kashi Vishwanath temple), Durga temple (Near Durga Kund), Tulsi Manas Temple, Bharat Mata temple, New Vishwanath temple ( BHU campus), Sankat Mochan temple, Vishalakshi temple (near vishwanath temple)

 

Excursions Around Varanasi

 

Waterfalls


Tanda fall, Wyndham fall, Upper and Lower khajuri reservoirs (all within 20km from Mirzapur), Sirsi fall (46 km from Mirzapur), Jargo reservoir (15 km from Chunar), Siddhanath Ki Dari (18 km from Chunar) and Mukkha fall (40 km from Robertsganj), are some of the water falls that are a favoured picnic spot by nature-lovers.

 

 
Vindhyachal ShaktiPeeth


70 km. (one and a half hour drive) from Varanasi, Vindhyachal is a renowned religious city dedicated to Goddess Vindhyavasini. Mythologically goddess Vindhyavasini is believed to be the instant bestower of bendiction. There are several temples of other deities in the vicinity, the most famous ones being Ashtabhuja Devi Temple and Kalikhoh Temple, which constitute the Trikona Parikrama (circumambulation).

The Distance from Vindhyavasini Temple-Ashtabhuja Temple -3km & Kalikhoh Temple -2km.

 

Nature Trail around Varanasi
 

Salkhan fossils

About 16 km. from Robertsganj, these botanical fossils date to meso-proterozoic period and said to be about 1100 million years old. The fossils are petrified tree stumps - which appear as rings on the boulders strewn around the area.

 

Water sports
 

Kayaking, Canoeing or boating down the Ganga from Allahabad to Mirzapur and Varanasi is an experience to Cherish.


Pre historic Rock Paintings 


The Vindhya and the Kaimur ranges have at least 250 rock art sites spread across them. The cave paintings range from the mesolithic to the meolithic and chalcoithic ages. Among important cave painting sites found in the region are - the Panchmukhi caves (8 km from Robertsganj), Kauva Khoh rock shelters (near Churk) Lakhania caves (22 km, from Robertsganj) Lakhma caves (near Baghma village).


Tent retreats

Excellent tent retreats are a major attraction of Sonbhadra area. Apart from stay facilities, they also organise treks through forests of Kaimur, Cave painting sites, Salkhan rock fossils, jeep and camel safaris.

 

Other Important Attractions around Varanasi


Sarnath


10 km. from Varanasi, it is one of the most revered Buddhist pilgrim centres. It was here that Lord Buddha delivered his first sermon, sanctified as Dharma Chakra Pravartan (Set in Motion the Wheel of Law), after attaining enlightenment at Bodh Gaya (Bihar). Sarnath treasures the most expansive ruins, the Mula Gandha Kuti Vihar, Stupas and monasteries etc. along with a rich collection of Buddhist sculptures.

 

Ramnagar 


14 km. from Varanasi. This fort and its museum are the repository of the history of the kings of Benaras. Built in the 18th century Ramnagar fort has carved balconies, open courtyards and picturesque pavilions. The Vidya Mandir museum, inside the darbar hall has a wide range of old armours, antique clocks, medieval costumes, gold & silver palanquins, silver Howdahs & jewellery on display. Rare manuscripts & Mughal miniatures are among the museums prized collection.

 
Chunar Fort 


Tucked away 40 km. from Varanasi, Chunar is the place where religion, history and nature intermingle. Situated in the Vindhya ranges on the bank of holy river Ganga, its scenic and calm atmosphere enchants visitors. Chunar is also an important health resort due to its ideal climate. The massive Chunar fort, standing at a height of 80' to 175' from the ground level and spread over a massive area of 34,000-sq.ft., is the prime attraction of the place. Inside the fort is an interesting Sun dial, a deep & wide well and an open pavilion called the Sonwa Mandap. Chunar is accessible by road from Varanasi and an overnight stay is possible at the PWD rest house within the fort premises.

 

Chandraprabha Wildlife Sanctuary
 

70 km from Varanasi, it's a breathtakingly beautiful picnic spot in the Chandraprabha forest, within which are the Rajdari and Devdari waterfalls. The park established in 1957, sprawls over 960 hectare. It serves as an ideal habitat for a host of animal species including Leopard, Beer, Cheetal, Chausingha and others.

 

Kaimoor Wildlife Sanctuary
 

100 km from Varanasi. Kaimoor wildlife sanctuary, Located on the Uttar Pradesh-Bihar Border, is spread over an area of 500 Sq. km. The Sanctuary, establishes in 1982 is easily accessible by road. The wildlife population comprises Leopard, Blackbuck, Chital, Chinkara, Ratel and Peofowl.

Allahabad


125 km from Varanasi. Allahabad is one of the prominent and sacred cities of India. Described with reverence in ancient scriptures as Prayag or Teerthraj i.e. 'The holiest pilgrimage', Allahabad is situated at the confluence of India's holiest rivers Ganga, Yamuna and mythical Saraswati. The Sangam, as the confluence of the three rivers , is the venue of many sacred fairs and rituals and attracts thousands of pilgrims throughout the year. With the irresistible attraction of Kumbh Mela, hailed as the world's largest congregation of devotees, the glory of the city has certainly doubled.
 

Varanasi- Beneras Best Foods

Varanasi is famous for its sweets and milk based drinks, the famous Lassi and Thandai and of course the Benarasi Paan. The most popular snack is Kachauri (stuffed pooris) with spicy potato curry or Chutney found best at Kachauri Gali on Ganga Ghats. Chewing a Paan (bettle leaf) is an important part of the Benarsi food.

 

Shopping in Varanasi-Beneras
 

Silk and Carpets are the most striking handicrafts in Varanasi-Vindhya region. Varanasi brocades are prized the world over. Brassware, copperware, wooden and clay toys and exquisite gold jewellery are some of the other crafts the city is famous for. Varanasi is also famous for its 'Langda Aam', a variety of mango available in summer. The main shopping areas are Chowk, Vishwanath Lane, Thatheri Bazar, Lahurabir, Godowlia, Dashashwamedh Lane and Golghar. Other interesting items can be woodcraft, wall hangings, masks of various Gods & Goddesses.

Vindhyachal offers the visitor a variety of trinkets and ritual items while Mirzapur is famous for its hand knotted carpets. Blue pottery from Chunar and stone sculptures are also cute takeways as mementoes from this historic land. Hand carved wooden toys painted in flashy colours are a hallmark of Vindhya-Mirzapur.

 

Fairs & Festivals in Varanasi-Beneras
 

Ganga Mahotsav - The festival celebrates the rich cultural heritage of Varanasi with excellent cultural programmes, and local martial arts. Celebrated every year from Prabodhini Ekadashi to Kartik Purnima in the month of Oct. / Nov. it concludes with the festival of lights, "Dev Deepavali" when more than a million earthen lamps are lit on the ghats of Ganga and one can see festivity all over the place.

 

Best time to visit Varanasi-Beneras
 

The city of Varanasi comes alive with the annual Ganga Mahotsav, held every year in the months of Oct.-Nov. The concluding day coincides with Deo-Depavali, when more than a million earthen lamps are lit on the Ghats of Ganga, weather vise also Oct. to Dec.-Jan. are the best months to visit Varanasi.


Where to stay in Varanasi & Around


Varanasi has a wide range of accommodation from 5 Star deluxe down to budget. Vindhyachal-Mirzapur, Chunar on the other hand, have comfortable accommodation.
UP TOURISM ACCOMMODATION
UPSTDC Tourism Bungalow, Parade Kothi, Opp. Cantt. Railway Station, Varanasi. Tel.:05442- 2208413, 2208545
UPSTDC Hotel Janhavi, near Shastri Bridge, Mirzapur Tel.: 05442-264262, 263494
UPSTDC Yatri Niwas, Vindhyachal


 

How to Reach Varanasi-Beneras

Varanasi is the most convenient centre regarding Air, Rail and Road facilities for Vindhya -Varanasi circuit.
 

Reaching Varanasi By Air 


The nearest Airport is Lal Bahadur Shashtri Airport Babatpur, 22km from Varanasi and 30 km from Sarnath. Varanasi is connected with Delhi, Agra, Khajuraho, Kolkata, Mumbai, Lucknow, Bhuvaneshwar and kathmandu with direct flights.
Air India. Tel.: 2340192.
Indian Airlines. Tel.: 2502527, 2502529
Jet Airways. Tel.: 2506555, 2506444

 

 

Reaching Varanasi By Rail 
 

Varanasi Cantt. and Mughal Sarai (16 km, one of the main railway stations of Varanasi) are the important rail junctions, that link Varanasi with all major cities of India.
Varanasi Railway Station. Tel.:0542- 131,139 & 2509805, 2509638
Mughal Sarai Railway Station. Tel.: 255703, 255782

 

Reaching Varanasi by Road :


Varanasi, on NH2 from Kolkata to Delhi, NH7 to Kanya Kumari and NH29 to Gorakhpur, is well connected with the rest of the country by good motorable roads.

 

Some of the major road distances from Varanasi are: Sarnath-10km, Chunar-35 km, Jaunpur-60 km, Vindhyachal-70 km, Allahabad-125 km, Ayodhya-198 km, Bodhgaya-240 km, Patna -246 km, Lucknow-286 km, Khajuraho-405 km, Agra-601 km.

 

 

 

 

Typical Varanasi tourism package

 

Day 1- Arrive Delhi  & Site Seeing in Delhi


Your Varanasi Tour starts with Delhi, Arrive Delhi- The Indian Capital and meet holidaytravel.co representative. In the afternoon proceed on one day tour of Delhi. In the tour of the Old Delhi visit The Famous Red Fort built by Emperor Shah Jahan;Jama Masjid, one of the largest mosque in IndiaRaj Ghat- the memorial of Mahatma Gandhi and Shanti Van; Roam in Busy Bylanes of Chandni Chowk, Visit Historical Shishganj Gurudwara, Paranthe Wali Galee. Night Stay in Old Delhi Hotel.

 

Night Stay in Delhi Le-Meridien/Siddharth Hotel

 

Day 2- Rishikesh Pilgrimage Tour

 
Leave early from Delhi after Breakfast and proceed to 5 hours journey to Rishikesh- In Rishikesh, you will visit Bharat Mandir the oldest temple; Nilkanth Mahadev - where Lord Shiva drank the poison churned out of the cosmic ocean; Raghunath Mandir and Triveni Ghat -most important places for religious ceremonies in Rishikesh. visit Chandreshwar Temple, Someshwar Temple, Lakshman and Shatrughan temples, Also visit famous Ashrams are Sivanand Ashram started by Swami Sivanand & Watch Famous Ganga Arti, Go to Yoga Niketan, an important meditation and Raja Yoga center; Swargashram, Geeta Bhavan etc.

Night Stay in Rishikesh at Hotel Ganga Kinare Or Natraj

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Day 3- Rishikesh to Haridwar,  and Site seeing
 

Drive 35kms to Haridwar for Har-Ki-Pauri, the sacred ghat constructed by King Vikramaditya in the memory of his brother Bhartrihari. The temple of Chandi Devi atop the Neel Parvat on the other bank of river Ganges was constructed in AD 1929 by Suchat Singh, the then King of Kashmir. The Vaishno Devi Temple here is newly constructed and a true replica of the original Vaishno Devi temple in Jammu. The Gurukul Kangadi University is a center of learning where education is imparted in the traditional Indian way. In the evening connect an overnight train to Lucknow. Overnight onboard.

 

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Day 4- Arrive Lucknow & Lucknow Site Seeing

Arrive Lucknow in the wee hours. Transfer to hotel. In the afternoon explore the city which was abode of the Nawabs of Avadh. Visit great Imambara built in the 18th century. Also visit The Lucknow Residency where the British Residents lived 

 

Day 5- To Allahabad & Site Seeing 
 

Travel to Allahabad by road. It has been a holy pilgrimage for Indians for thousands of years. Renowned for its University too, Allahabad has been responsible for giving the country some of its national political leaders and many scholars. Visit Sangam and Allahabad Fort with other attractions like Patalipuri Temple and Ashok Pillar etc. 

 

Day 6- To Sirsa 


Early morning transfer to Sangam and switch over to your boat for a half day cruise to Sisar. All meals would be served on board the boat. On arrival in Sisar you will be transferred to your hotel/ camp

 

Day 7- To Gopiganj 
Cruise from Sirsa to Gopiganj . All meals would be served on board

 

Day 8- To Chunar 
Cruise along down to Chunar. Upon arrival, check-in at guest house for overnight stay

 

Day 9- To Varanasi  
Cruise from Chunar to Varanasi enroute visiting Fort Ramnagar Palace. On arrival check-in at hotel for overnight stay. 

During the course of the day you can visit Sarnath, an important Buddhist pilgrimage point. Lord Buddha traveled to Sarnath to preach his first sermon. It has many Stupas, Monastries and temples. Overnight at the hotel 

 

Day 10- In Varanasi  
Enjoy a boat ride on River Ganges. The most important facet of this holy city is the river and the Ghats lining its 
southern bank in the city. From dawn to dusk the Ghats are thronged by thousands of devotees, who perform their holy rituals in the hope of attaining eternal salvation, the ‘Nirvana’. Also visit temples like Kashi Vishwanath dedicated to Lord Shiva; Bharat Mata Mandir dedicated to Mother India; Durga Temple, dedicated to the Goddess Durga; Alamgir Mosque- originally a temple dedicated to Vishnu but now an odd mixture of Hindu and Muslim architectural styles 

 

Day 11- To Khajuraho 
Travel by flight to Khajuraho today. In the afternoon proceed on a city tour of Khajuraho. This city is renowned for its 
magnificent temples built by the Chandela Kings. They are divided into three- eastern, western and southern group of Temples. Other noteworthy temples are Devi Jagadambe Temple, Chitragupta, Ishwanat, Lakshmana, Varaha and Matangeshwara Temple. 

Day 12- To Agra  
In time transfer to airport enable board flight for Agra. Met and assistance on arrival and transfer to hotel. Afternoon 
visit the Taj Mahal. 20,00 workmen worked for 22 years to complete this poetry in marble built by the Moghul Emperor Shahjehan in 1630 for his queen Mumtaz Mahal to enshrine her mortal remains; Visit Agra Fort, a blend of architectural styles used during the reign of three emperors 

Day 13- To Delhi  
 

Morning depart for Delhi by road. A distance of 220kms will be covered in four hours. In the afternoon proceed on tour of the capital city. In the New city visit Qutab Minar, the tallest stone tower in India, Humayun’s Tomb built in the Indo Persian style and a predecessor to The Taj Mahal in Agra, India Gate – A War Memorial Arch; Lakshmi Narayan - a Hindu temple. Also drive past the Presidents house, Parliament house, Government secretariat buildings and Connaught place - the heart of New Delhi a busy shopping center 

 

Day 14- Leave Delhi  
In time transfer to airport enable board flight for onward destination 

  • Hotel Options Cities    Superior Standard
  • Delhi Le-Meridien Siddharth
  • Rishikesh Ganga Kinare Natraj
  • Lucknow Taj Residency Clarks Avadh
  • Allahabad Kanha Shyam Kanha Shyam
  • Sirsa Tourist Bungalow or Camp Tourist Bungalow or Camp
  • Gopiganj Tourist Bungalow or Camp Tourist Bungalow or Camp
  • Chunar Tourist Bungalow or Camp Tourist Bungalow or Camp
  • Varanasi Taj Ganges Clarks
  • Khajuraho Jass Radisson Clarks Khajuraho
  • Agra Jaypee Palace Howard Park Plaza

 

 

Varanasi Tourism Packages from Chennai

Day 1- Arrive Delhi  


Arrive Delhi and meet the representative at the arrival hall and transfer to hotel. In the afternoon proceed on a tour of the capital city. The important places in Old Delhi includes the majestic Red Fort, the historical Chandni Chowk, besides Raj Ghat and Shanti Vana. In New Delhi, visit the Rashtrapati Bhawan, the one-time imperial residence of the British viceroys; the India Gate, a memorial raised in honour of the Indian soldiers martyred during the Afghan war; the Laxminarayan Temple, built by the Birlas, one of India’s leading industrial families; Qutab Minar, built by Qutub-ud-din Aibek of the Slave Dynasty; and the lotus-shaped Baha’i Temple 

 

Day 2- In Delhi 


Morning visit the National Museum - Among the collections are 5,000-year-old relics of the Indus Valley civilization, varied exotic paintings, old manuscripts and mural paintings from Buddhist shrines in Central Asia; National Gallery OF Modern Art - Exhibits works of modern Indian artists; Crafts Museum - A delightful open-air museum, with Indian craftsmen at work. Also visit National Rail Museum - Here original engines and bogies are parked. Visit Gandhi Smriti Museum which contains books and personal possessions of the Mahatma. 

 

Day 3- To Varanasi  
Intime transfer to airport to board flight for Varanasi- the oldest city in India. Arrive Varanasi and transfer to hotel 
visiting enroute Sarnath, an important Buddhist pilgrimage point. 

 

Day 4- To Khajuraho

 
Early morning boat ride on river Ganges. The long string of ghats - the chain of stone steps - along the western bank of 
the Ganges forms the major attraction of Varanasi. Later visit The Vishwanath Temple, built by the Birlas, was planned by Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya. The Bharat Mata Temple houses, instead of gods and goddesses, a huge relief map in marble of the whole of Indian subcontinent and Tibetan plateau. The Tulsi Manas Temple, built in 1964, is dedicated to Lord Rama. Intime transfer to airport to board flight for Khajuraho. Arrive Khajuraho and transfer to hotel 

 

Day 5- To Agra  


Morning sightseeing tour of Khajuraho.. The largest temple is Kandariya mahodeo, dedicated to Lord Shiva. Later transfer to airport to board flight for Agra. Arrive Agra and transfer to hotel. Later visit Agra Fort (also called the Red Fort), which retains the irregular outline of the demolished mud-wall fort of the Lodis.. The Tomb of Itmad-ud-Daula is located in a walled garden overlooking the Yamuna. Akbar’s tomb at Sikandra, located in a large walled garden on the road to Delhi. 

 

Day 6- In Agra   
 

In the Morning visit the Government Museum located in Mathura, which has an extensive collection of sculptures, terracotta’s, bronzes and coins, 5th Century standing Buddha and numerous Gupta period figures. In the afternoon you will return back to Agra to visit The Taj Mahal, which is entirely made of white marble and its walls are decorated with exquisite pietra dura (stone inlay) work.

 

Day 7- To Jaipur  
Early morning drive to Jaipur visit enroute Fatehpur Sikri, an abandoned city that was hardly ever inhabited on account of 
shortage of water. Also stop at Bharatpur bird sanctuary where you can enjoy a cycle rickshaw to see birds in their natural habitat. Arrive Jaipur and check – in at hotel. There are many dinner options available to dine in any one of the finest 

 

Day 8- In Jaipur


Morning excursion to Amber Fort, situated just outside the city. You can have the unique experience of traveling on elephant back to and from the top of the hill on which the fort is situated. Afternoon sightseeing tour of Jaipur including, City Palace in the heart of Jaipur is known for its blend of Rajasthani and Mughal architecture. Not far away is the Central Museum with its large collection of woodwork. Another monument near the City Palace, Jantar Mantar, is the largest of the five observatories built by Sawai Jai Singh. The Hawa Mahal or the Palace of Winds was constructed for the royal ladies to watch the royal processions without being seen.

 

Day 9- To Jodhpur

 
Intime transfer to airport to board flight for Jodhpur. Arrive Jodhpur and transfer to hotel. Afternoon sightseeing tour of 
Jodhpur visiting the 5 km long majestic Mehrangarh fort situated on 125 m high hill, one of the most impressive and formidable structures; Jaswant Thada, a memorial built in pure white marble for the exclusive use of the Royal family, as a crematorium; Umaid Bhawan in rose colored sandstone; Mandore Gardens, once the old capital of Marwar. 

 

Day 10- To Udaipur

 
Morning drive to Udaipur visiting Ranakpur enroute, for the famous Jain temples dedicated to Adinath. Arrive Udaipur and 
check – in at hotel. Day free to enjoy the view from your hotel or you may take a walking tour on your own through the narrow lanes and back streets of Udaipur 

Day 11- In Udaipur  
Morning sightseeing tour of Udaipur including Fatehsagar lake, built by Maharana Fateh Singh in 1754 A.D. Also visit the 
Jagdish Temple, the largest and most venerated temple of Udaipur; Sahelion-Ki-Bari”, consisting of an ornamental pool with delicately carved chhatries of black and white marble and soft stone. Late afternoon enjoy a boat-ride on Lake Pichola visiting many Ghats (banks) of washing, bathing etc and enjoy excellent views of the Lake Palace and City Palace. 

Day 12- To Mumbai  
Intime transfer to airport to board flight for Mumbai. Arrive Mumbai and transfer to hotel. Afternoon sightseeing tour of 
Mumbai including The Gateway of India is the main attraction of Mumbai city. The Mani Bhawan or the Gandhi memorial was once used to be the residence of Mahatma Gandhi in Mumbai. Considered as one of the best museums in the country, Also known as Queen’s Neckless, Marine Drive. Juhu is a 5-km-long beach that attracts a large number of visitors on any day of the week. Also visit gardens like the Hanging Garden and the Kamla Nehru Garden and Chowpatty gives you the view of one of the most happening beaches of Mumbai

 

Day 13- To Chennai  
Morning visit various Museums in city. Visit Prince of Wales Museum situated near the Gateway of India, it was designed in 
the Indo- Saracenic style to commemorate the King’s first visit to India ; Victoria and Albert museum built in the Greco- Roman style and housing archaeological finds, maps and photographs depicting the history of Mumbai; Nehru Museum/ Planetarium, which has a Children’s Science Park and a permanent Gallery. Later transfer to airport to board flight for 

Chennai. Arrive Chennai and transfer to hotel. 

 

Day 14- In Chennai  
Morning sightseeing tour of Chennai including Marina Beach, the second longest beach in the world. The St. George Fort, 
built in 1653, is currently used as the state government’s secretariat. Santhome Cathedral was built around 14th/15th century and is another colonial structure worth visiting. Dedicated to Lord Shiva, the Kapaleeshwar Temple is the oldest temple in Chennai. Another important temple in the city dedicated to Lord Krishna is Parthsarthy Temple. The Snake Park has a large collection of snakes and many other reptiles. 

Day 15- To Hyderabad  
Morning transfer to airport to board flight for Hyderabad. Arrive Hyderabad and transfer to hotel. Afternoon City 
sightseeing tour. Including The Charminar occupies the centre of the city and dominates its landscape. The Hussain Sagar is a large tank whose blue water provides a pleasant backdrop to the city’s landscape. Salar Jung Museum is one of the best-known museums in India where you can find private collections of the Nizams.. 

Day 16- To Kolkata  
Morning excursion to Golconda Fort, Hyderabad’s finest and oldest specimen of its glory. It is an acoustical wonder. Later 
drive to the airport to board flight for Kolkata. Arrive Kolkata and transfer to hotel. Later sightseeing tour of Kolkata visiting Indian Museum, which is India’s first and oldest museum. Also visit Academy Of Fine Arts, Victoria Memorial For Art Of The Raj Period.; Center of International Modern Art 

 

Day 17- Leave Kolkata  
You will be accompanied by a   representative to airport to board flight for onward destination. End of our services…………… 

 

Hotel Options

  • Cities   Superior Standard
  • Delhi         - Le Meridien - Siddharth
  • Varanasi    - Taj Ganges- Clarks
  • Khajuraho - Jass Radisson- Clarks Khajuraho
  • Agra         - Jaypee Palace - Howard Park Plaza
  • Jaipur        - ITC Rajputana - Mansingh Towers
  • Jodhpur     -  Taj Hari Mahal - Ajit Bhawan Palace
  • Udaipur       -  Fateh Prakash Palace - Hilltop Palace
  • Mumbai        - Marine Plaza - Sahil
  • Chennai Taj  - Connemara - Quality Inn Sabri
  • Hyderabad   - Taj Krishna- Comfort Inn Woodbridge
  • Kolkata        - Taj Bengal - Hindustan International

 

Inclusions:

  • Accommodation in all the hotels on single/twin/triple sharing basis, as per the list above.
  • Breakfast on all days.
  • All prevailing taxes like Luxury tax in all hotels and Expenditure tax wherever applicable.
  • All transfers to or from hotels, city tours, excursions, drives by an air-conditioned transport.
  • Services of an English speaking local guide.
  • Inter state road tax, toll tax, driver’s allowance, parking etc.
  • Train fare as per the itinerary.
     

Exclusions:

Any lunch, dinner, snacks, mineral water etc. unless mentioned in the itinerary.
Entrance fee to any monuments or camera fee.
Any airfare or airport tax
Tips, gratuities.
Portage, laundry, telephone calls, table drinks or any other expenses of personal nature.

 

Varanasi tourism packages from banglore
 

Day 1- Arrive Delhi 
Arrive Delhi and meet the representative at arrival hall and transfer to hotel. In the afternoon proceed on a tour of the 
capital city. The important places in Old Delhi includes the majestic Red Fort, the historical Chandni Chowk, besides Raj Ghat and Shanti Vana, In New Delhi visit the Rashtrapati Bhawan, the one-time imperial residence of the British viceroys; the India Gate, a memorial raised in honour of the Indian soldiers martyred during the Afghan war; the Laxminarayan Temple, 

built by the Birlas, one of India’s leading industrial families; Qutab Minar, built by Qutub-ud-din Aibek of the Slave 

Dynasty; and the lotus-shaped Baha’i Temple. 

Day 2- To Jaipur  
Morning drive to Jaipur. Arrive Jaipur and check – in at hotel. Jaipur has been like that since 1727 when Maharaja Sawai 

Jai Singh II had it built. 

Day 3- In Jaipur  
Morning excursion to Amber Fort, situated just outside the city, is perhaps the most beautiful example of Rajasthani forts. 

You can have the unique experience of traveling on elephant back to and from the top of the hill on which the fort is 

situated. Afternoon sightseeing tour of Jaipur including, City Palace in the heart of Jaipur is known for its blend of 

Rajasthani and Mughal architecture. Not far away is the Central Museum with its large collection of woodwork, Another 

monument near the City Palace, Jantar Mantar, is the largest of the five observatories built by Sawai Jai Singh. The Hawa 

Mahal or the Palace of Winds was constructed for the royal ladies to watch the royal processions without being seen. 

Day 4- To Agra  
Morning drive for five hours to the City of Taj, enroute visiting the deserted town of Fatehpur Sikri, In the afternoon 

reach Agra and check in at your hotel. Later proceed for the city sightseeing tour visiting The Taj Mahal, which is 

entirely made of white marble and its walls are decorated with exquisite pietra dura (stone inlay) work. 

Day 5- To Varanasi  
Intime transfer to airport to board flight for Varanasi. Arrive Varanasi and transfer to hotel visiting Sarnath enroute, an 

important Buddhist pilgrimage point. 

Day 6- In Varanasi  
Enjoy a boat ride on river Ganges. There are about hundred ghats in the city Also visit The Vishwanath Temple, built by the 

Birlas, was planned by Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya. The Bharat Mata Temple houses, instead of gods and goddesses, a huge 

relief map in marble of the whole of Indian subcontinent. The Tulsi Manas Temple, built in 1964, is dedicated to Lord Rama. 

Day 7- To Bodhgaya  
Morning drive to Bodhgaya. Arrive Bodhgaya and check – in at hotel. Bodhgaya – most sacred place for Buddhists as it has a 

Peepul tree under which Gautama the Buddha attained enlightenment some 2500 years back.

Day 8- In Bodhgaya  
Morning sightseeing tour of Bodhgaya visiting Mahabodhi Temple – depicting the various phases of Buddha’s journey towards 

enlightenment, showing different aspects of his life; Bodhgaya Archaeological Museum – houses a small collection of 

Buddhist sculpture from the 1st century B.C, to the 11th century A.D; Jagannath Temple close by has a four armed statue of 

Shiva in black stone. 

Day 9- To Patna  
Morning drive to Patna. Arrive Patna and check – in at hotel. Afternoon city tour visiting Har Mandir Sahib, also known as 

Patna Sahib, consecrates the place where the 10th Guru of the Sikhs Guru Gobind Singh was born in 1776; Golghar – is a 

large dome-like structure from where one can have a fine view of the Ganga and the surroundings of the city; Patna Museum – 

has a rich collection of Mauryan and Buddhist sculptures, terracotta and other interesting items of the items. 

Day 10- To Kushinagar  
Morning drive to Kushinagar. Arrive Kushinagar and check – in at hotel. Later visit the Rambhar Stupa, which marks Buddha’s 

cremation ground. Also visit the Mahaparinirvana temple, which houses the recumbent figure of Lord Buddha. 

Day 11- To Balrampur 
Morning drive to Balrampur. Arrive Balrampur and check – in at hotel.

Day 12- To Lumbini 
Morning drive to Lumbini. Arrive Lumbini and check – in at hotel. Lumbini is the place where Buddha was born 2500 years 

ago.

Day 13- To Kathmandu  
Intime transfer to airport to board flight for Kathmandu. Arrive Kathmandu and transfer to hotel. Surrounded by green hills 

and mountains with snow capped peaks against its northern and eastern background the Valley is indeed beautiful. 

Day 14- In Kathmandu  
Morning visit Hanuman Dhoka, the name of the old royal palace has been derived from the statue of Hanuman (the monkey god 

of Hindu mythology) Also visit the hilltop Stupa of Swayambhunath, considered 2,000 years old. 

Day 15- Leave Kathmandu  
You will be accompanied by a   representative to airport to board flight for onward destination. End of our services…………… 

Hotel Options

Cities    
Superior

Standard

Delhi

Le Meridien

Siddharth

Jaipur

ITC Rajputana

Mansingh Towers

Agra

Jaypee Palace

Howard Park Plaza

Varanasi

Taj Ganges

Clarks

Bodhgaya

Siddharth Lumbini Hotel

Siddharth Lumbini Hotel

Patna

Maurya Hotel

Patliputra Ashok

Kushinagar

Lotus Nikko

Lotus Nikko

Balrampur

Pathik

Pathik

Lumbini

Pawan

Pawan

Kathmandu

Yak N Yeti

Royal Singhi

Inclusions:

Accommodation in all the hotels on single/twin/triple sharing basis, as per the list above.
Breakfast on all days.
All prevailing taxes like Luxury tax in all hotels and Expenditure tax wherever applicable.
All transfers to or from hotels, city tours, excursions, drives by air-conditioned transport.
Services of an English speaking local guide.
Inter state road tax, toll tax, driver’s allowance, parking etc.
Train fare as per the itinerary.
Exclusions:

Any lunch, dinner, snacks, mineral water etc. unless mentioned in the itinerary.
Entrance fee to any monuments or camera fee.
Any airfare or airport tax
Tips, gratuities.
Portage, laundry, telephone calls, table drinks or any other expenses of personal nature.

varanasi tourism packages from mumbai
Day 1- Arrive Delhi - Manesar  
Arrive Indira Gandhi International airport, you will be met by TCI representative. Transfer to Heritage Village, Manesar 

(26 kms short of New Delhi international airport). Overnight at hotel. 

Day 2- To Jaipur  
Proceed to Jaipur after breakfast and check-in at hotel. In the afternoon, visit the Observatory. Overnight at hotel. 

Day 3- In Jaipur  
In the morning after breakfast, excursion to Amber Fort including elephant ride, enroute photography stop at Hawa Mahal(The 

Palace of Winds). Afternoon, sightseeing tour of the city of Jaipur visiting the Maharaja's city palace, and the Museum. 

Enjoy a rickshaw ride through the shopping centre of Jaipur.Overnight at hotel. 

Day 4- To Agra  
Proceed to Agra after breakfast, enroute visiting Abhaneri and Fatehpur Sikri. Arrive Agra late afternoon. In the evening, 

proceed to Taj Mahal to see the splendid Taj Mahal against the backdrop of setting sun. Overnight at hotel 

Day 5- In Agra    
Visit the Agra Fort & Tomb of Itmad-Ud-Daulah in the morning after breakfast. Rest of the day at leisure. Overnight at 

hotel. 

Day 6- To Khajuraho  
After breakfast proceed to Railway station to board Shatabdi Express train for Jhansi. On arrival, transfer to Khajuraho, 

enroute visiting Orcha. Overnight at hotel. 

Day 7- In Khajuraho  
After breakfast visit western group of temples. Later in the afternoon visit eastern group of temples. Overnight at hotel. 

Day 8- To Varanasi  
Breakfast at hotel. Morning at Leisure. In the afternoon connect flight for Varanasi. On arrival, transfer to hotel. Check 

in at hotel. Afternoon, excursion to Sarnath. Overnight at hotel. 

Day 9- To Kathmandu  
Breakfast at hotel. Morning free. Afternoon, connect flight for Varanasi. On arrival, transfer to hotel. Check in at hotel. 

Afternoon, excursion to Sarnath. Overnight at hotel. 

Day 10- In Kathmandu  
After breakfast, morning sightseeing tour of Kathmandu and Swayambunath. Afternoon excursion to Patan. Overnight at hotel. 

Day 11- In Kathmandu  
Breakfast at hotel. Morning, excursion to Pashupatinath, Bodhnath and Bhadgaon. Afternoon at leisure.

Day 12- To Delhi  
Breakfast at hotel. Morning transfer to airport to connect Royal Nepal Airlines flight for Delhi. On arrival transfer to 

hotel. Afternoon sightseeing tour of New Delhi. Overnight at hotel. 

Day 13- In Delhi  
Morning sightseeing tour of Old Delhi. Afternoon at leisure. Rooms Available Till 1900 Hours. 

Day 14- Depart Delhi  
Departure transfer to airport you will be accompanied by a TCI representative to airport to board flight for onward 

destination. 

End of our services……………

Hotel Options

Cities    
Superior

Standard

Jaipur

ITC Rajputana

Jai Mahal Palace

Khajuraho

Taj Chandela

Jass Radisson

Varanasi

Taj Ganges

Clarks

Kathmandu

Taj de L’Annapurana

Everest

Delhi

Taj Palace Hotel

Le Meridien

Inclusions:

Accommodation in all the hotels on twin-sharing basis.
Breakfast on all days.
All prevailing taxes like Luxury tax in all hotels and Expenditure tax wherever applicable.
All transfers to or from hotels, city tours, excursions, drives by non air-conditioned transport.
Services of a local English speaking guide.
Inter state road tax, toll tax, driver’s allowance, parking etc.
Train fare as per the itinerary.
Exclusions:

Any lunch, dinner, snacks, mineral water etc. unless mentioned in the itinerary.
Entrance fee to any monuments or camera fee.
Any airfare or airport tax
Tips, gratuities.
Portage, laundry, telephone calls, table drinks or any other expenses of personal nature.


varanasi city tour package
Ghats
The city's life revolves around its seven km long sweep of about 100 bathing ghats  that skirt the west bank of the Ganges. 

Most of them are used for bathing. Some are used for cremating bodies. The most sacred ghats are the Asi, Dasashwamedh 

Ghat, Manikarnika and Panchganga. Pilgrims who bathe in each one consecutively believe their prayers will be fulfilled. A 

short boat trip from Manikarnika Ghat can be an interesting introduction to the river.
It is believed that cremation at Manikarnika ghat ensures a safe place in Heaven, as the cremators of this ghat are 

believed to have the patronage of Shiva. The furthermost upstream ghat is Assi Ghat, which marks the confluence of the 

Ganges and the Assi rivers. It is said that after striking down demon Shumbha and nishumbha, Durga's sword fell and created 

a curved ditch, which later became the Assi Channel. This Ghat is one of the five special ghats which pilgrims are supposed 

to bathe at in sequence during the ritual route called ' Panchatirthi Yatra' ending in the Adikeshva ghat in the north. 

Nearby is the Tulsi Ghat, where Goswami Tulsidas lived till his death in 1623A.D. The Bachra Ghat is used by Jains and 

there are three riverbank Jain Temples. The Dandi Ghat is used by fakirs , yogis and ascetics and nearby is the very 

popular Hanuman Ghat. Dashashvamedh Ghat, Varanasi's liveliest bathing place was constructed by Peshwa Balaji Baji Rao. 

It's name indicates that Brahma sacrificed (medh) 10 (das) horses (aswa) here. It's one of the most important ghats and is 

conveniently central. Nearby is the grand Man Mandir Ghat (1637) and an observatory both built by Sawai Raja Jai Singh of 

Jaipur in 1710. Mir Ghat leads to a Nepalese temple, which has erotic sculptures. Dattatreya Ghat bears the footprint of 

the Brahmin saint of that name in a small temple nearby. The Ram Ghat was built by the Raja of Jaipur. Panchaganga Ghat, 

where India's five holy rivers are said to merge. The Trilochan Ghat has two turrets emerging from the river, and the water 

between them is especially holy. Another important cremation ghat is the Hirishchandra ghat, named after the king 

Harishchandra who worked as a cremator at the cremation grounds.
The best time to visit the ghats is at dawn when the river is bathed in a magical light and pilgrims come to perform puja 

to the rising sun. The best view of the Ghats can be had from a boat midstream or from the Malviya bridge. Burning pyres, 

people getting their hair shaved off, the chanting of sacred slokas, giving of alms to Brahmins, Pandas (Brahmin Priests)  

sitting under huge umbrellas offering prayers for their clients, devotees praying and drinking water from the holy river 

are the common sight at these ghats.
 
Vishwanath temple (Golden Temple)
The most sacred temple in Varanasi is the Vishwanath temple, located at Vishvanath Gali dedicated to Lord Shiva. Hindus 

believe Shiva lives here, so it's far too holy a place for non-Hindus to view, the followers of other religions are 

permitted a view from the Naubat Khana (seat of temple choir). The shivalinga at the Vishwanath temple is among one of the 

12 Jyotrilingas.
The current temple was built in 1776 by Ahalya Bai of Indore with about 800 kg of gold plating on the towers, which gives 

the temple its colloquial name, Golden Temple. The gold plated spire, was the gift of the Sikh Maharaja Ranjit Singh of 

Lahore in 1835, more than 50 years later. The well of wisdom or 'Gyan Vapi' which is nearby is believed to have been built 

by Lord Shiva himself to cool the 'linga' of Vishwanath with water.
     
 
Sarnath
The Buddha came to this hamlet, 10 Km. north-east of  Varanasi, to preached  his message "Maha-Dharma-Chakra Pravartan" (in 

Buddhist terminology, 'turned the wheel of the law') after he achieved enlightment at Bodhigaya. Later, the great Buddhist 

Emperor Ashoka built here the Dharmarajika Stupa and near it erected a pillar surmounted by the magnificent capital of four 

adored lions, which today forms the national emblem of India. Ashoka erected several memorial towers or stupas.
 
Saranath probably derived its name from one of Buddha's title, Saranganath, Lord of the Deer. The Chinese Buddhist 

pilgrims, Fa-hsien and Hiuen Tsiang who visited in the 5th and 7th centuries respectively, both recorded impressions of 

their stay. The huge swastika (110ft) covered Dhameskh Stupa dates from AD 500 and is thought to mark the place where 

Buddha gave his sermon. Sarnath has been a premier centre for Buddhism. It is a rich collection of ancient Buddhist relics 

and antiques comprising numerous Buddha and Bodhisatva images on display at the excellent Archaeological Museum (open 10am 

to 5pm except on Friday).
Saranath's annual festival is Buddha Purnima, which commemorates Buddha's birth with colourful fair and procession of his 

relics held on the full moon of May/June.
     

Ramnagar
The residential place of Kashi Naresh (Former Maharaja of Varanasi) across the Ganges at Ramnagar houses a museum with the 

exhibits of palanquins, costumes, swords, sabres, etc. Dussehra celebration of Ramnagar is an interesting event to 

witness.14 km. from Varanasi. The fort at Ramnagar houses a museum displaying the Royal collection which includes vintage 

cars, Royal palkies, an armoury of swords and old guns, ivory work and antique clock. The Durga Temple and Chhinnamastika 

Temple are also located at Ramnagar.
 
 
Ramnagar Fort which was built in 1750A.D by the Maharaja of Banaras, is on the right bank of River Ganga. Built of red 

stones, it provides strength and stability to the city.  Visit : Daily from 0900 t0 1200 and 1400 - 1500.  It is the 

residential palace of the former Maharaja of Varanasi. The palace is an astronomical and astrological wonder. Inside the 

giant walls of the palace, there is a big clock. Besides showing year, month, week and day, it baffles the onlooker with 

astronomy of the sun, moon and constellation of stars. This wonder clock or Dharam Ghari was made by the court astronomer 

of Banaras in 1852A.D. The palace has a temple dedicated to Ved Vyas and a museum set up by the last Maharaja of Banaras, 

Vibhuti Narain Singh. The museum has a collection of brocade costumes, palanquins, weapons and has expensive coaches made 

of ivory. The palace is decorated majestically and it vibrates with colour and life, during Dussehra festival. The 

celebrations comes to an end on Vijayadashmi, when the huge effigies of demon king Ravana and his kinsmen are sent up in 

flames, signifying the victory of good over evil.
     

Chunar Fort
The Chunar fort is situated 40 Km. from Varanasi. Chunar Fort, overlooking the Ganges, has had a succession of owners 

representing most of India's rulers over the last 500 years.
 
     
Sher Shah took it from Humayun in 1540, Akbar recaptured it for the Mughals in 1575 and in the 18th century it passed to 

the nawabs of Avadh. They were shorty followed by the British, whose gravestones here make interesting reading. Chunar 

sandstone has been used for centuries, most famously in Ashokan pillars - and is still quarried, leaving the surrounding 

hills looking ravaged in places.
 
     

Durga Temple
It was built in the 18th century by a Bengali maharani and is stained red with ochre. The Durga Temple is commonly known as 

the Monkey Temple due to the many frisky monkeys that have made in their home. Non-Hindus can enter the courtyard but not 

the inner sanctum.
 
Kedareshvara Temple
It is the most important Shiva temple of the city. The stone linga here is said to have emerged spontaneously.  The myth 

narrate that a pure hearted devotee of Shiva prayed for a chance to visit the famous Kedareshvara Shiva temple in the 

Himalayas. 
Shiva, who is the god of destruction is always kind to his bhaktas (devotees).  Shiva was touched by his bhakta's piety and 

instead of bringing him to the mountain, Shiva brought his image to the bhakta.  This image (linga) emerged out of a plate 

of rice and lentils. It can be still seen by the believers on the rough surface of the natural stone linga.
     
ABC Art   Gallery This gallery is situated opposite of Tulsi Manas Mandir, Durga Kund Road.  Opens from 1500 to 1900.  

Entry - free.  This gallery exhibits the work of well known artists of India. It gives a picture of  the contemporary 

culture of Varanasi. 
 
Alamgir Mosque   This mosque was constructed by Aurangazeb.  It is a blend of Hindu and Muslim designs.  A famous bathing 

point, Panjaganga Ghat lies below it.     

B.H.U. & Bharat Kala Bhavan Museum Banaras Hindu University (B.H.U) founded by Pandit Madan Mohan Malviya in 1917A.D is the 

largest residential University in India. At the entrance, there is the grand statue of its founder and the Vishwanath 

temple in its centre. The huge temple was built in 1966, under patronage of the Birlas. It has a 677 meter high rising 

white top and its well carved architecture attracts pilgrims. 
In the cool and calm surroundings of B.H.U is the Bharat Kala Bhavan which has established in 1920A.D and has a vast 

collection of paintings, Hindu and Buddhist sculptures and other materials of archeological studies. In the main hall of 

the Bhawan, there is a figure of a man standing on one leg and one hand on his hip and lifting a mass of stone above his 

head, with one hand. The figure is said to be of Lord Krishna lifting Govardana. In the halls of the Bharat Kala Bhawan, 

there are many rare images that testify to the existence of Krishna cult in Kashi in 15th and 16th century Gupta period. It 

has the miniature paintings from the courts of Mughals and the Hindu Princes of  Punjab Hills.  Visit : Monday to Saturday 

.  Opens from 1030 to 1600. Entry - free. 

Sankat Mochan Temple
It is at Durga Kund Road.  The word Sankat Mochan means deliverer from troubles. The temple belongs to Hanuman (monkey 

God), an incarnation of Vishnu. The best time to visit this temple is in the early evening.
Gyanvapi Mosque
This mosque was built by Mughal emperor Aurangazeb.  The foundation and the rear part of the mosque are the remains of a 

temple. One of its minarets which dominated the skyline of the holy city, collapsed in the1948 floods. 
Shitala Temple
This white temple is dedicated to Shitala, the smallpox goddess.  It is situated at Shitala Ghat.  The Santoshi Mata 

(Mother of Contentment) shrine is added to this temple.
Chausath Yogini Temple  This temple is situated just above the Chausath Yogini Ghat. It was originally devoted to a tantric 

cult.  Now it is devoted to Kali. The deity here is known as 'Ma' (mother).

Ashoka Pillar
It is at Saranath, 10km north of Varanasi. Sarnath, the place where Buddha gave his first sermon is a popular Buddhist 

pilgrimage centre. The Ashoka pillar stands in front of the main stupa where Ashoka sat and meditated.  The Sarnath 

Archaeological Museum at Ashoka Marg,  houses a copy of Ashoka's lion pillar and some sculptures.

 

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