Varanasi - Varanasi is one of the oldest living city in the world
and visited by guests from all over the world for Ganges riverside spiritual
experience it offers.
Hindu Pilgrimage perspective, Varanasi is most significant for Shiva
devotees being home to Kashi-Vishwanath
Temple, one of the 12 Jyotirlinga Temples.
Mir Ghat area is
home to Vishalakshi temple which is considered one of the Shakti
Buddhist Pilgrimage perspective Sarnath, on the outskirts of Varanasi (12
kms) is most significant as it believed to be the place where Buddha delivered his first
are many interesting temples, mosque and even a church in Varanasi that are
well visited from the point of view of its regional and architectural
significance. For info on these Temples and Ghats click
Pilgrimage Guests to Varanasi either visit as an individual getaway or visit
it along with Allahabad (110 kms).
Pilgrimage Guests to Varanasi as a part of Buddhist Pilgrimage Itinerariy
covering Bodhgaya, Rajgir, Kushinagar, Lumbini alongwith Sarnath near
- Allahabad (110 kms from Varanasi and 200 kms from Lucknow) is situated at the confluence of the Ganges and Yamuna rivers.
As Ganges and Yamuna are revered in
Hinduism, Allahabad attracts Hindu pilgrims. Allahabad is also the site
where Kumbh Mela is held every 12 years.
Kumbha Mela will again be held at
Allahabad in the year 2013 (January 27 to February 25).
are several other temples and monuments in and around Allahabad of various
interest to tourists on account of its local / regional
and architectural significance. Lalita Devi Temple here is considered one of
the Shakti Peetha temples.
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