Morning to Evening in Varanasi – Weekend Gateway

Hammed by the holy Ganga mountains, Varanasi is one of India's best destinations. It is also thought to be the oldest continuously settled area, the holiest of the holy cities. Varanasi is a place for learning and spirituality identified by many names such as Kashi, Avimukta and Benaras.
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Hammed by the holy Ganga mountains, Varanasi is one of India’s best destinations. It is also thought to be the oldest continuously settled area, the holiest of the holy cities. Varanasi is a place for learning and spirituality identified by many names such as Kashi, Avimukta and Benaras.

To navigate the narrow alleys of the mysterious Ganges River is more than enough to keep the tourists busy and intrigued. Here we say what you should do in Varanasi morning to evening.

 

Early Morning Take a Dip in Ganga

Early Morning Take a Dip in Ganga

Legend says in the morning that a dip in the Ganga will make you free from all your sins and every year thousands of pilgrims come to the Ganga. And so ought you, for this is one of Varanasi’s finest things to do. If your sins are washed or not, in one of the most thought about waters in the world, you would have gotten a phenomenal experience of diving!

 

Explore Ghats of Varanasi

Explore Ghats of Varanasi

Exploring the various ghats along the banks of the Ganga is one of Varanasi’s best practises. You’d be shocked if you all expected to be about the same when each of us has a different past and a legend that makes it special and fascinating.

 

Varanasi’s Awesome Breakfast Street Food

Varanasi’s Awesome Breakfast Street Food

True love will arrive as its street food – our favourite thing to do in Varanasi! Try Kachori Sabzi in Kachori Bazaar or Thatheri Gali, Gopal Mandir Gali Choora Matar, Gol Ganj Golgappe Meethe, Dashwamedh Road Tamatar Chaat, and Nimish in Kachori Gali.

 

Early Morning Boat Ride on the Ganga

Early Morning Boat Ride on the Ganga

The river Ganga or the Ganges, one of Varanasi’s most respected rivers, takes its most majestic and calm form. Waking up at dawn to travel across this ocean-like body of water is one of Varanasi’s unmissable things.

 

Evening Pooja Ceremony

Evening Ganga aarti at Varanasi

The Pooja Ritual, which is devoted to Lord Shiva and the Ganga River, is performed at the Main Ghat each night. It starts at 6 pm every night and every night draws a huge crowd of Hindus and visitors.

 

Shopping Desire in Varanasi at Evening

Shopping Desire in Varanasi at Evening

Shopping in Varanasi is a big thing you can do over the weekends. Varanasi has much to sell, be it silk saris or ornate jewels. Two famous shopping arcades of the city are Chowk and Vishwanath Gali.

 

Burning Ghats

Burning Ghats at Varanasi

To wash away your sins, people come to Bath, and others die and get cremated or sunk to the Ganges. It’s a city. There are 2 ghats in central Varanasi where bodies are burnt. The main is named Manikarnika Ghat and the smaller is the Harishchandra Ghat, with more space.

 

Seek Divine Blessings in the Temples of Varanasi

Seek Divine Blessings in the Temples of Varanasi

Take a few minutes to observe meditative moments of purification and give your prayers at Varanasi temples. Some of these temples are so holy that they are mentioned in Hindu sacred literature. The Vishwanath Temple, Nepal Mandir Temple and Sarnath Temple are some of the prominent temples in this area.

 

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