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1) Dont pay any thing to Panda(s) outside the Temple and also inside the Temple. Pandas always said to you that there will be a long queue and it take almost entire day to complete the Darshan, Ignore...More
Out of the busy schedule could find time to visit this ancient holy temple..advised to there by auto rickshaw as it is located in the old and congested area ...luck to have got Darshan within half an ..it being Sunday late evening...avoid carrying combs, pens,...More
A must visit for the Hindus for its religious significance. Be aware the temple can be crowded most of the days and on special occasions. One cannot carry bags/mobile etc. in and unfortunately i did not see any arrangement for this from the temple authorities...More
Kashi Vishwanath is what started Kashi - the original city from which Banaras was coined...it is considered to be the most powerful Jyotirlinga..we had the maha arati darshan at 3 am which was fabulous...there is a strange mystique around this place...and you can only feel..cant...More
Response from PanditAnil | Reviewed this property |
If you are a foreign passport holder Kashi Vishwanath Temple has Gate number 2 from which darshan is very quick once your registration with police is done. It took me 5 minutes to reach inside thru Gate 2. If you are Indian... More
If you are a foreign passport holder Kashi Vishwanath Temple has Gate number 2 from which darshan is very quick once your registration with police is done. It took me 5 minutes to reach inside thru Gate 2. If you are Indian you can buy the aarti time darshan ticket available at the temple.
Response from SushilK492 | Reviewed this property |
after 8am darshan will be pleasant without rush (Monday and weekends will be busy) and in noon 02pm to 04pm is better and I recommend u must watch any Aarti/puja ticket will be available inside the temple,
Response from AdvocateSarin | Reviewed this property |
To visit Kashi Vishwanath temple you require at least 2-3 hours on a normal days but if you are going there on Monday of some other auspicious day it can take any number of hours. Otherwise once you enter the temple they... More
To visit Kashi Vishwanath temple you require at least 2-3 hours on a normal days but if you are going there on Monday of some other auspicious day it can take any number of hours. Otherwise once you enter the temple they wont let you in for more than few minutes. Once you have done here you need to visit Maa Annapurna temple just next to Lord Vishwanath Mandir. Apart from this it's believed that your journey is not complete untill you pay visit to Bhairon Mandir which is just over 1Km from this place so you need another 1-2 hours to do so. So its better you reach Kashi temple as early as you can and complete the Puja before it becomes too crowded. Keep in mind that it will take 4 hours approximately to visit all these 3 temples. But this much time is not a waste so if can must do so.