Varanasi Cultural Tour

Description

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 in India, people holding a 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 remain 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.

Tour Timeline

  • Day 1: Arrival Varanasi+Evening Arti ceremony
    Pick up from Varanasi airport/ station and transfer to the hotel. Evening proceed to visit famous traditional

    Aarti ceremony - The Aarti Ceremony can be defined to be a Hindu ritual in which light or fire, which is lit with the help of wicks, soaked in ghee or clarified butter is offered as a means of worship to the deities. Almost all the Hindu rituals of worship involve the ceremony of Aarti. Return to the hotel. Overnight stay in Varanasi.
     
    Day 02:  Varanasi Sightseeing - Departure
    Early morning enjoy the boat ride. Later you can proceed to visit Kashi

    Vishwanath Temple - located in the heart of Banaras Hindu University, and is dedicated to Lord Shiva, the presiding deity of the city.

    Bharat Mata Temple - A unique temple dedicated to Mother India. It houses a relief map of India, carved out of marble, instead of the customary gods and goddesses.

    Tulsi Manas Temple - In the modern marble Sikhara-style, Tulsi Manas Temple was built in 1964 by a philanthropist family of Varanasi and is devoted to Lord Rama.

    Sarnath - which bears testimony to its great past where Lord Buddha delivered his first sermon expounding the principals of Buddhism. You can visit the art collection at the Archaeological Museum (closed on Friday)
    Included
    Transport
    • Private air-conditioned vehicle will be provided.
    • Pick up and drop is from Varanasi hotel/airport/station.
    Accommodation
    • 01-night accommodation in 3* hotel
    Meals
    • 01 Breakfast at the hotel.
    • Water bottles equipped in the vehicle.
    Others
    • English speaking guide.
    • Sunrise boat ride.
    • Driver allowance, parking.
    • All applicable taxes as per current structure.