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Kashi Vishwanath Temple is one of the most popular and religious Temple devoted to lord Shiva. The Temple is located in the heart of Varanasi, the center of religious belief for thousands of Hindus. If you are planning to have a visit to this religious and pious place then book your tour to Kashi Vishwanath Temple with My Tirth India. We are one of the best Kashi Vishwanath Darshan Package organizers for all age groups. Whether you want to visit the holy Temple with your family for a week long stay or 3 day trip along with your group, we provide it all at most reasonable prices. Best time to visit Kashi Vishwanath Temple. The best time to travel to Varanasi is winter, as the temperature is low and there is a calm breeze throughout the day. It is best to avoid summers because they are hot, dry and sunny, which makes outdoor excursions difficult. However, since winter is the high season, all travel and accommodation arrangements must be booked well in advance.

Tour Itinerary

DAY 1 : (Arrival) After arriving to Varanasi Station/ Airport

We will take you to Kashi Vishvanath Temple (which is also known as The Golden Temple) it is dedicated to the Lord Shiva, the presiding deity of the city next day. Enjoy the divinity of Lord Shiva. You may take an evening River Tour through the ghats and enjoy the lights of Varanasi.

DAY 2 : City Tour – Sightseeing

After your morning breakfast we would take you to :

Bharat Mata Temple Unusual for its absence of images of Gods and Goddesses, this Temple is dedicated to ‘Mother India’ and instead contains a relief of a map of India.

Tulsi Manas Temple - Erected in 1964, this Temple lies about 150 m south of this Durga Temple.It is dedicated to Lord Rama and is situated where Tulsidas, the great medieval saint, is believed to have written the great epic, Shri Ramcharitmanas. 

Durga Temple - About 2 km south of Varanasi, this 18th century Durga Temple is also called the Monkey Temple due to aggressive monkeys that reside here.

New Vishwanath Temple located within the premises of the Banaras Hindu University this Temple built by the Birlas was planned by Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya. This Temple is open to all people irrespective of caste or creed.

BANARAS HINDU UNIVERSITY (BHU)- One of the oldest educational centers of India and one of the most notable universities  was founded by Pandit Madan Mohan Malviya in 1917 for the study of Sanskrit, Indian art, culture and music.

DAY 3 : Vindhyachal / Sitamarhi / Prayagraj

After breakfast proceed to Vindhyachal, Vindhyavasini, Ashtabhuja and Kali Khoh which are three main Shakti Temples here, located on the three corners of  Vindhya Parvat also known as Saktipeeths. The divine trinity is worshipped here as Ma Laxmi, Ma Kali and Ma Saraswati. Bhairav Temples are located around the city center to ward off evil effects, viz, Anand Bhairav on the east, Sidhanath on the west, KapalBhairav on the south & Rudra Bhairav on the north side.

Then we shall travel up to  Sitamarhi, with its matchless beauty and great religious association, claims to be one of the major tourist attractions of Bihar. The location of the city, on the western bank of the Lakhandai River - in the fertile Middle Ganges Plain of Bihar, gives it a picturesque stance. The city derives its importance from the fact that it is associated with Hindu mythology. Sita wife of Lord Rama, is said to have emerged from an earthen pot somewhere in Sitamarhi. 

After then we shall move up to  Allahabad(now, Prayagraj) Allahabad,  now officially known as Prayagraj, is a city located in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. Reminiscent of all that is spiritual and sacred in Hinduism, Allahabad is famous for Triveni Sangam or the meeting point of three rivers - The Ganga, The Yamuna, and The Saraswati. Built on the site of the ancient town of Prayag, Allahabad has  since time immemorial, held the largest Hindu gathering on the banks of the Sangam - The Maha Kumbh Mela.  

DAY 4: Departure

Check out from the hotel and drop at Airport / Allahabad Railway Station.

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