The ghats of banaras is the breath of banaras without ghat banaras is nothing. Their are total 84 ghats in banaras all are superb .
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After participating in the prayers of the evening Aarti at Dashashwamedh Ghat, we walked down south a bit on the banks of the Ghat to see the stage from where the 2nd Aarti group performed the same, we were closer to the 1st stage in...More
I heard from local friends that when you take a boat ride through the Ganges to see the ghats, you see the whole life. Start the boat ride at the Assi ghat, and as you pass different ghats you see people paying obeissance to Ganga....More
No place in earth is like the funeral ghats of the city of Varanasi. You will never forget this place with the burning bodies, the animals and people washing in the river Ganges. Highly recommended visit. We also witnessed the illuminated Ganga Aarti ceremony.
A must see (if you can handle it). I titled this the shock and awe portion of the trip. One of my guide books said it was 'unapologetically indiscreet' and 'relentlessly chaotic'. Yep, so true, but it is also a fascinating place to be in....More
Varanasi has been the spiritual centre of the world and rightly so. You would find the peace of mind and body through the meditation and observations around you. Taking a bath in the Ganges only makes it more beautiful. Stay clear of people who might...More
When we hear the word Banaras then full excitement comes to our mind. Banaras ghats are situated at the bank of Ganga river. Banaras ghats start with Assi Ghat and ends with Dasaswamed ghat. In between there are more than 50 ghats which can be...More
A magic place - life and death is all around you - feel the mystic and spiritual power of the place and let it captivate you - To do this take you time and talk to the locals. Great for photography - but be sensitive...More