Boat Riding in Varanasi

Boat Riding in Varanasi is the amazing event which tourists must try particularly at sunrise and sunset. It can be started from the Dashashwamedh Ghat and end up with the Manikarnika Ghat by seeing the cremation process. Have the real joy of the nature thorough boats riding in the early Read more…

The burning Ghats of Varanasi

Manikarnika and Harishchandra Ghats Manikarnika and Harishchandra Ghats are where you can witness the ritual of cremation from a respectful distance, giving a lifetime experience. Harishchandra Ghat is a cremation Ghat, named after the legendary king Harishchandra who is said to have lost everything in desire for self-abnegation, a king Read more…

Ganga Aarti in Varanasi

Each evening the boats on the River Ganga converge at the Dashashwamedha Ghat for the magical Aarti. Five-seven young priests follow a practiced routine with flaming lamps, incense sticks, conches and other holy paraphernalia to a live bhajan sung on the microphone – the synchrony is mesmerizing. The Aarti for Read more…

The Weavers of Varanasi

The weavers of Varanasi are internationally renowned for creating some of the most beautiful masterpieces. The Sarai Mohana village is the weavers’ village is well known for its silk weaving. The Banarasi sarees made by these waivers are among the finest saris in India. Known for their gold and silver Read more…