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The city of Varanasi offers an unmatched combination of culture, spirituality, history through it beautiful architecture, flattering silk, cramped markets, food and most importantly its temples. The history is rooted and ingrained through these temples that have stood the test of time; they have become pilgrimage for Hindus across the world and an attraction that truly deserves witnessing. Any visit to Varanasi is incomplete without these temples. Therefore, we have designed the perfect day package for our guests to travel hassle-free and witness a unique collection of temples while they stay with us.

Temples Covered

  1. Shri Kashi Vishwanath Temple: One of the 12 Jyotirlingas and the most revered temple of Varanasi that attracts millions of worshippers. The history of Vishwanath Temple also called Golden Temple is an interesting account of events. The temple and city has always been on the receiving end of the invaders be it Afghans, Turks, Rohila or Marathas. The temple has been built and razed to the ground several times in the history. It was first destroyed by Bakhtiyar Khilji in the 13th century and was later rebuild. Later, Emperor Akbar donated several acres of villages to the trust that was later cut down substantially by Aurangzeb. Aurangzeb was a fundamentalist who hated every possible religion and sects in India including Sufi and Shiite order among the Muslims. Rani Ahilyabai Holkar of Indore built the present temple that stands in VARANASI, in the year 1776. Maharaja Ranjit Singh of Lahore donated the 800-kilogram Gold-plating of the towers that gives the temple its colloquial name.
  1. Annapurna Devi Temple: Annapurna Devi is the goddess of nourishment and an incarnation of goddess Parvati. The temple is located within Shri Kashi Vishwanath Temple campus. The temple was constructed in the early eighteenth century by Maratha rulers.
  1. Vishalakshi Temple: One of the 51 Shakti Peeth’s this is another temple dedicated to incarnations of Shiva and Parvati. The temple is located on the banks of the river at Mir Ghat.
  1. Sankatmochan Hanuman Temple: Believed to be built on the very spot where Tulsidas had the first vision of Hanuman. The temple is located on the banks of river Assi. The temple is supposed to rid pain and suffering for devotees who frequent it on a regular basis.
  1. Durgakund Temple: This temple has great importance in Hinduism and is dedicated to Maa Durga. It was built in the 18thcentury by the Queen of Bengal. Located next to the temple is a pond (Kund) which was earlier connected to the river Ganga.
  • Tour Duration: 6-8 hours
  • Tour Cost:
  • Sedan (1-4 pax): 2000
  • SUV (1-6 pax): 3000
  • Mini Coach (1-16 pax): 4500


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