VARANASI– HOLY CITY
Varanasi is a sacred city of India, stands as one out of the seven spiritual cities in India. It is known by so many names like ‘Banaras’, ‘Kashi’, ‘the city of temples, ‘the city of lights’, ‘the religious capital of India’, ‘the city of learning ’ and ‘the oldest living city on earth’.
The Hindu believes that the one who dies on the land of Varanasi brings deliverance and Nirvana. Experience the history around 3000 years back, devotion to God, Indian arts & crafts, culture, philosophy, knowledge, and Renaissance.
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About – Varanasi – the oldest living city on earth
It is one, out of the seven spiritual cities in India, situated on the bank of the divine river Ganga. According to the Hindu belief, this hallowed land of Lord Shiva and Parvati brings salvation if one who is graced to die here and there is a belief that the river Ganga washes away all the sins of one submersion in the water of the Ganga river.
Its history is too o, d that we can’t even imagine around 3000 years back or more than that. According to legends, the Varanasi was an abode of Lord Shiva and Parvati.
According to the Hindu epic ‘Mahabharata’, the Pandavas was coming over here in the search of Lord Shiva to apologize for their sin. According to the facts and archaeological surveys, the history of Varanasi was 20
According to the facts and archaeological surveys, the history of Varanasi was 20th-century BC back. But, according to the early history, it was settled by the Aryans, In the 6th-century, Lord Buddha come over here and delivered his first sermon, After that from 1194 to around three centuries, it was under the Muslims and face its destructive phase.
In 18th-century, the city brought back its glory and after independence in the year 1947, it became the part of Uttar Pradesh state.
The best time to visit Varanasi is Winter season, i.e. October-March when the temperature lies between 5-15 degree Celsius.
The popular food of Varanasi is its street food name, Kachori Sabji, Jalebi, Tamatar Chaat, Litti-Chokha, Lassi, Thandai, Rasagulla, Gulab Jamun, Aaloo Tikki, Chai in Kulhad, Long Lata, Samosa, Bun Malai, Boondi, Malaiyyo, Mirchi Pakoda, Malaai Chenna Roll, and Paan.
The people of Banaras are known for its spiritual and religious lifestyles, people are more in worshipping, the people are more involved in Vedic Philosophy, Literature, arts, crafts, music, and architecture.
Varanasi is called as the cultural capital of India, it has a unique traditional culture like arts and crafts, famous for silk and Banarasi sarees, ornaments, woodwork and much more.