Tourist places Varanasi

Varanasi is the India of your imagination. One of the most colourful and fascinating places on earth, surprises abound around every corner.

Places to visit

Varanasi is known as the City of Lord Shiva because it is considered as the city was created by the Hindu diety Lord Shiva before thousands of years. Varanasi city has become one of the most crowded destinations for pilgrims in India. There is a general belief that the Varanasi city stands on the “Trishool” (Trident) of Lord Shiva.


Varanasi city has a lot of ghats with their religious values as it is located at the bank of the river Gange. Ghats are the most peaceful and eye-catching place to visit. People generally enjoy visiting the ghats by sitting in a boat and see ghats one by one. Ghats are the important places of ritual beliefs where people carry out ritual ablutions. Around 84 ghats at the bank of the river Ganga are welcoming the city and increase its value of attraction. Some of the most important ghats of religious importance are Assi Ghat, Dashashwamedh Ghat, Manikarnika Ghat, Tulsi Ghat, Panchganga Ghat, Harishchandra Ghat, etc.


It is the great place where Lord Buddha had given his first sermon to his followers after getting the enlightenment. An attractive museum, Deer Park, Stupas at the Sarnath increases its beauty.

Ram Nagar Fort:

It is located at the other bank of the River Gange which can be easily reachable by crossing the pool. This is the huge fort of the King of Kashi known as the Kashi Naresh.


Kashi Vishwanath Temple:

It is the temple of the Lord Shiva Lingam which is made up of the gold and looks very dazzling. It can be visited in any season but the monsoon season has religious importance. Maha Shivaratri is celebrated here with lots of courage and joy.

Sankat Mochan Temple:

This is the temple of the Lord Hanuman which is crowded by the hundreds of monkeys. People read Hanuman Chalisa daily in front of the statue of the Lord Hanuman.

Tulsi Manas Temple:

It is the gorgeous temple of Lord Ram, Lakshman and Mata Sita, located at Durga Kund near to the Durga temple.

Kaal Bhairav Temple:

It is the temple of a frightful appearance of the Lord Shiva. It can be visited in any season of the year.

Nepali Hindu Temple:

This golden temple is built in the Nepali style at the Lalita Ghat, that’s why it is called as the Nepali Hindu Temple.

Markandey Mahadev Temple:

This is the temple of Lord Shiva, located at kaithi. It is considered that Lord Shiva had appeared at this place to bless a couple named Mrikandu and Marudvati.

Mrityunjay Mahadev Temple:

This temple is also committed to the Lord of death means Lord Shiva. A religious well with disease curing property is located here.

Vyasa Temple:

It is the temple of Veda Vyasa, situated at Ramnagar Varanasi.

Vishalakshi Temple:

It is the temple of Hindu Goddess Mata Parvati, also known as Vishalakshi Maa, placed at Meer Ghat.

Durga Temple:

This temple is famous for the Hindu Goddess Durga, located at the Durga Kund. It has the religious importance of visiting this temple in the Navratri to worship the goddess Durga.

Annapurna Temple:

This temple is dedicated to the Mata Annapurna, located near to the Kashi Vishwanath temple.

Sankatha Temple:

It is the temple of Sankatha Mata (known as the goddess of remedy) having large statue of a lion and nine planets, situated at the Sindhia Ghat.

Bharat Mata Temple:

This temple has a big map of India engraved in marble and known as the Bharat Mata Temple.

New Vishwanath Temple:

It is a grand marble temple located in the BHU campus. It is also the temple of Shiva Linga which is hugely crowded by the people whole year.

Gauri Matha Temple:

This is the temple of the Gauri Matha. People believe that the one must worship here before leaving the Kashi.