As India is the country with a variety of cultures, and if you are keen to interact with the culture of India You must Visit Varanasi. One of the oldest cities of India, people holding variety of beliefs and cultures live here with love and harmony. It is regarded as spiritual capital of India. This makes this city unique in itself. Varanasi the city of Vedas holding ethics high in its culture, Sanskrit and dance are also the cultural wealth of the city. The city remained a centre of religious, educational and artistic activities. There are innumerable schools and countless pundits who remains engaged in continuous learning of ethics, Vedas and Sanskriti. AS Varanasi is considered holiest city of India in hindu religion the most famous Kashi Vishwanath Temple is situated on the western banks of the River Ganga, it is one of the twelve holiest jyotirlingas or sacred centers of Shiva worship spread across India. Sankat Mochan Hanuman Temple, one of the most visited temples in Varanasi. Sarnath where Gautam Budha  first tought the dhamma is also close to Varanasi

Archeology, mythology, geography & history of Varanasi without its signature Ghats are unthinkable and in the holy city, all roads lead to the Ganges. Known as the holiest for Hindus, it is believed that whoever dies in Varanasi attains instant moksha. And one myth is cremation at its designated Ghats guarantees eternal freedom from the cycle of rebirth. The booming footfall of ghat tourists have ingeniously given rise to many clever attractions and from street artists, holy men, souvenir sellers, priests, masseuse, barbers and boatmen, many hundreds of livelihoods depend on the ancient Ghats of Varanasi.

A highly recommended, although touristy, thing to do is take a dawn boat ride along the river from Dasaswamedh Ghat to Harishchandra Ghat. A walk along the Varanasi ghats is also a fascinating experience (although do be prepared for filth and to be hassled by vendors).Needless to say, Varanasi Ghats are indeed a great human spectacle and they are extremely photogenic. In a nutshell, Varanasi Ghats will enchant, disturb, mesmerize you in equal measures at the same time and experiencing the flow of humanity along them is one of a lifetime travel things to do.

Varanasi is famous for its Paan, and the Morning. The city is also famous for its silk handicrafts, silk sari, silk kurta, embroidered with gold and silver thread work is the specialty. Carpets are crafted here in a nearby place Mirzapur “carpet town’’. So a visit to the market of Varanasi is bonus to curios traveler.