Archana Singh

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Kashi Railway Station

Kashi, or Varanasi, is one of the world’s oldest and most populous cities. The beauty of Varanasi is a combination of its ancient history, its spiritual significance, and its vibrant culture. And the city itself is full of life, with people from all walks of life coming to Varanasi to worship, learn, and experience its …

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Banaras Railway Station

The spiritual importance of Varanasi is not hidden with anyone. Steeped in history and culture, Varanasi is famous for its ghats, temples, and rituals along the holy Ganges River. People from far distances travel to Varanasi to fulfil their wishes connected with this divine city. Therefore to make the city easily accessible by all the …

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Varanasi Railway Station

Station Code: BSBZone: Northern Railway, North Eastern RailwayDivision: Lucknow (NR)Lines:Varanasi-Lucknow lineVaranasi-Kanpur lineVaranasi-Allahabad lineVaranasi–Rae Bareli–Lucknow linePlatforms: 9Tracks: 13Parking: AvailableBaggage check: Not Available Varanasi Junction Railway Station Varanasi, a city in the state of Uttar Pradesh, is known for its rich cultural and religious heritage. Every day, thousands of people come here to pray.This ancient city is …

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Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya

Born: 25 December 1861 in AllahabadDied: 12 November 1946 in VaranasiAward: Bharat Ratna in 2014Known for: Role in Indian independence movement, President of Indian National Congress, Founder of Banaras Hindu University (BHU), One of the founders of Scouting in India, Founders of English-newspaper ‘The Leader’Profession: Educationist, Journalist, Lawyer, Politician, Freedom Activist Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya …

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Kabir Das

Kabir Das Jayanti It is considered that the great poet, Saint Kabir Das, was born in the month of Jyestha on Purnima in the year 1440. That’s why Saint Kabir Das Jayanti or birthday anniversary is celebrated every year with great enthusiasm by his followers and loved ones on the Purnima of Jyestha that lies …

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Biography of Tulsidas He was the composer of the original Ramayana into Sanskrit. He lived in Varanasi till his death. The name of Tulsi ghat has been kept after him. He was the greatest poet of Hindi literature and founded the temple Sankat mochan in Varanasi. Goswami Tulsidas was a great Hindu poet as well as saint, reformer, …

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Banarasi Silk

The city of Varanasi is located in the state of Uttar Pradesh in northern India. It is also famous as Banaras and Kashi. It is an ancient city that has been cited in Hindu scriptures since the Vedic Age and has long been a pilgrimage site for Hindu devotees. Though revered for its spiritual vibe, …

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Banarasi Paan

Varanasi, also known as Kashi, is a city that holds immense religious significance for Hindus. Varanasi is famous for its spiritual ambiance, ancient temples, and vibrant Ghats, where devotees perform sacred rituals and take holy dips in the river. Among the many unique experiences Varanasi offers, one cannot miss indulging in the famous Banarasi Paan. …

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Banarasi Saree

Varanasi holds immense historical and religious significance, making it one of the oldest inhabited cities in the world and a major pilgrimage site for Hindus. However, it is not just its spiritual aura that attracts visitors; Varanasi is renowned for its mesmerizing Banarasi sarees. Banarasi saree, also known as Banarasi silk saree, is traditional and …

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Sawan Mahashivratri

Sawan Shivratri is an important festival celebrated in devotion to Lord Shiva during the month of Sawan (July-August) in the Hindu calendar. Varanasi, also known as the spiritual capital of India, holds immense significance for devotees of Lord Shiva and is believed to be his abode. The connection between Sawan Shivratri and Varanasi comes from …

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Munshi Premchand

Munshi Premchand Biography of Munshi Premchand Munshi Premchand, Hindustani literature (Upanyas Samrat) and Indian writer (novel writer, story writer, and dramatist), was born in the year 1880 on the 31st of July in the Lamhi village (near Varanasi). He is a famous writer of the early 20th century. He left us on the 8th of …

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Birla Temple Varanasi (New Vishwanath Mandir)

New Vishwanath Temple or Birla Mandir of BHU Varanasi Varanasi is an incredible place to visit for anyone looking for an enriching and spiritual experience. The beauty of Varanasi lies in its ancient art and culture. With its ancient temples, ghats, and the holy river Ganges, Varanasi holds immense significance for Hindus. Situated along the …

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Maha Shivaratri

Maha Shivaratri or Maha Sivaratri/padmarajarathri is a great festival in Hinduism, celebrated annually with the devotion and religious enthusiasm in the honor of the Lord Shiva, deities of Hindu Trinity. The literal meaning of Shivaratri is “The Great Night of Lord Shiva”. According to the Hindu calendar, it is celebrated in the Varanasi in the …

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Varanasi History

History of Varanasi Varanasi, a most famous and oldest inhabited city of the world, originally known as the Kashi (Kashi word was derived from the ‘Kasha’ which means the brightness). Varanasi is renowned by many names, some of are Brahma Vardha, Anandakanana, Avimuktaka, Mahasmasana, Kasi, Sudarsana, Surandhana and Ramya. Currently Kashi is known by the …

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Bismillah Khan

Ustad Bismillah Khan was a great Indian shehnai maestro of Benares and awarded with the Bharat Ratna in the year 2001 being the third classical musician. Bharat Ratna is the uppermost national honour in India. He got the fame worldwide for performing the shehnai more than eight decades. Biography of Bismillah Khan Birth history and …

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Jaishankar Prasad

Jaishankar Prasad Biography Jaishankar Prasad, a most celebrated personality related to the modern Hindi literature and Hindi theatre, was born at 30th January in the year 1889 and died at 14th January in the year 1937. He was a great Indian poet, novelist and dramatist, born in the simple madheshiya Teli Vaisya family of the …

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Kashi Ashram

Varanasi has a variety of ashrams and muths which are known as the center for all spiritualism and religious activities. Varanasi is the living city of God whare Lord Shiva and Ganga always live. Varanasi is a very old city in India and the place of attraction for pilgrims and worshipers from each corner of world. For …

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Annie Besant

Annie Besant Facts: Born: on 1st of October in 1847 at Clapham, London, United KingdomDied: on 20th of September in 1933 at age of 85 in Adyar, Madras Presidency, British IndiaNationality: BritishAlso known as: Annie WoodFamous for: Theosophist, women’s rights activist, writer and orator. Family: Spouse: Clergyman Frank BesantChildren: Mother: Emily MorrisFather: William Wood Education: …

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Who was Sant Ravidas Shri Guru Sant Ravidas Ji was a great Saint, philosopher, poet, social reformer, and follower of God in India during the 15th century. He was one of the most famous and leading stars of the nirguna sampradaya (sant parampara) and was one of the prominent leaders of the North Indian Bhakti …

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Avatars of Lord Shiva

Lord Shiva Avatars Lord Shiva is considered as the supreme God in the Hinduism. For setting up an ideal work on the earth in front of his creatures, he had taken variety of the avatars and incarnations. Some of his avatars are related to protecting his devotees from the devils and proud Gods as well. …

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Shiva Linga

Lingam Shiva Linga is also known as the lingam, ling, Shiv ling. It represents the most important Hindu deity, Lord Shiva which is placed in the temples to worship. Shiva Lingam is worshipped by the Hindu devotees as a symbol of energy and potential of God. Shiva linga is considered by the people as Shiva …

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Varanasi Ghats

Varanasi is famous for its beautiful ghats and the city is home to more than 80 ghats. Each ghat has their story to tell. The beauty of the ghats of Varanasi is truly mesmerizing. Situated along the banks of the sacred river Ganges, these ghats show a unique charm and tranquility. As the golden rays …

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Lal Bahadur Shastri International Airport Babatpur Varanasi

Airport Name: Lal Bahadur Shastri International AirportAirport Code: VNSDistance from City: 18 Kms.Direction from City: 18 Kms. (North-West)Runway Length : 7238 ft.Runway Elevation : 266 ft.Longitude: 82° 51’ 34” ELatitude : 25° 27’ 8” NWorld Area Code : 733GMT Offset : +5.5 Varanasi Airport Varanasi is a city bursting with attractions. It is a popular …

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Mukti Bhawan Varanasi

Varanasi is one of the world’s oldest cities that have always been inhabited. In Hinduism, it has a special place and is thought to be Lord Shiva’s home. Located in the banks of the Ganges, Varanasi is a major Hindu pilgrimage site where devotees come to purify themselves. For countless generations, Hindus have made the …

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Manikarnika Ghat

Varanasi, located on the banks of the river Ganges in Uttar Pradesh, is one of the holiest cities in India and has been a spiritual center of Hindus for centuries. Varanasi is home to many centuries-old temples and shrines dedicated to various gods and goddesses. It is also a major center of learning and culture, …

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Assi Ghat Varanasi

Located in northern India on the banks of the Ganges River, Varanasi is considered a holy city by Hindus worldwide. The city is filled with the chants of devotees, and the sight of all the temples and ghats appears magnificent. Traveling to Varanasi is like diving deeply into a religious culture that dates back hundreds …

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Varanasi, also known as Banaras, is a city that is wrapped in traditions, beauty and culture. Lying on the banks of the sacred river Ganga, it is one of the oldest cities in the world and has been a sacred destination for Hindus for many years. It has a unique spiritual and religious energy which …

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Harishchandra Ghat

One of the must-visit places in India is Varanasi. It has a unique charm that mesmerizes everyone who visits there. Located along the banks of the sacred river Ganga, it offers a glimpse into the spiritual soul of India. One can experience the spiritual force of the place, the strength of the river, and the …

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Sarnath Varanasi Varanasi is an ancient city in India known for its timeless beauty. The majestic Ghats, the ancient temples, and the zigzag lanes all come together to create an enchanting sight. As the sunsets, the air is filled with the sound of temple bells, the smell of incense and the sight of lit oil …

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Namo Ghat Varanasi

Exploring India’s Cultural and Spiritual Heartland: Varanasi Varanasi, the city full of dazzling charm doesn’t need any introduction. This place is the best if you value calmness and inner peace. Everyone has heard about the heaven but if you want to experience it on the Earth then you must visit Varanasi. You can take part …

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Jayapur Village

About Jayapur Jayapur village is located near Rajatalab and around 1 kilometer from the Bada Lalpur village in the Varanasi district of Uttar Pradesh state around 24 km from the Varanasi city. It comes under the constituency of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. This village is adopted by Narendra Modi under Sansad Adarsh Gram Yojana.

Where is Varanasi

Varanasi is a spiritual city of North India located on the banks of the Gange River (at 80.71 m elevation from river) in the state of Uttar Pradesh. The city has covered around 112.26 km² of the area. Varanasi city is located at the Latitude 25.317644 and Longitude 82.973915.

Varanasi Weather

  Varanasi is the city of real pleasure and enjoyment naturally which is located at the bank of the River Gange. So, it has almost enjoyable climate whole year but there are some fluctuations according to the types of natural seasons.

Facts about Varanasi

Facts of Varanasi: Popularly known as: Benares Banaras Benaras Varanasi Kashi Nickname: The spiritual capital of India Coordinates: 25°16′55″N 82°57′23″E / 25.282°N 82.9563°E / 25.282; 82.9563 Country: India State: Uttar Pradesh District: Varanasi Government: Mayor Ram Gopal Mohle (BJP) Area of City: 1,550 km2 (600 sq mi) Elevation: 80.71 m (264.80 ft) Population of Varanasi …

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Holi 2023

Holi Festival Holi is a festival of colors which brings a lot of happiness, joy and makes everyone’s life more colorful. People enjoy the festival of holi every year in the Varanasi city and all around the country to have great joy. Holi is the indication of advent of spring season where everyone flooding out …

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History and Legend of Nakkatayya Nakkatayya festival is celebrated at Chetganj in Varanasi. It is an event from the great Indian epic, the Ramayana which is commemorated for the slitting of the nose of Supernkha (sister of the Ravan, the devil King) by the Lakshman (younger brother of the Lord Ram). It is considered that …

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Nag Nathaiya

Nag Nathaiya 2016 Nag Nathaiya 2016 would be celebrated by the people in India on 3rd of November, at Thursday. Nag Nathaiya 2015 Nag Nathaiya 2015 was celebrated by the people in India on 15th of November, at Sunday. Nag Nathaiya 2014 Nag Nathaiya 2014 was celebrated by the people on 27th of October, at …

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Dhrupad Mela 2016

Dhrupad Mela 2016 Dhrupad Mela 2016 would be celebrated by the people from 28th of February (Sunday) to the 5th of March (Saturday). Dhrupad Mela 2015 Dhrupad Mela 2015 was celebrated by the people from 15th of February (Sunday) to the 17th of February (Tuesday). Dhrupad Mela 2014 Dhrupad Mela 2014 was celebrated by the …

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Bharat Milap

History Varanasi is a famous city for variety of fairs and festivals. It is a city where at least two festivals are celebrated every month. Everybody waits very eagerly for the coming of new events and next festivals. Celebration of the fairs and festivals goes on all round the year, one after another in this …

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Hanuman Jayanti

Hanuman Jayanti is celebrated in Varanasi, India to remember the birth of God Hanuman. Hanuman Vanara avatar is considered as the Rudra avatar of the Lord Shiva. Hanuman Jayanti is celebrated each year in the Shukla Paksha (Chaitra Pournimaa) of the month of Chaitra.

Ganga Dashahara

Ganga Dashahara is celebrated every year between May and June. Hindu people celebrate this festival very significantly because Ganga was fall down at this day from heaven to earth. According to the Hindu calendar, Ganga Dashahara or dashami is celebrated (at tenth day of the month) in waxing moon of the month of Jyestha.


Ramlila is a dramatic presentation of the whole life of Lord Rama, which starts from the history of Rama of his young age and ends up with the battle for 10 days between the Lord Ram and Ravan. According to the great Hindu epic Ramayana, Ram Leela is an old religious and cultural tradition that …

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Diwali Festival

About Diwali Diwali is commonly known as the festival of lights. It is a traditional festival and has more importance for Hindus. It is celebrated by Hindu families together by doing some traditional activities near about mid-October or mid-November for different reasons. In Hinduism, it is celebrated as a great festival of the year at …

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Varanasi Culture

Culture of Varanasi Varanasi is the oldest city of India known as the “City of God”, situated near the banks of the Ganges. It is most crowded city because of the narrow winding lanes that are taken by road-side markets and Hindu temples. Banaras is famous for its great culture and a popular destination for …

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Sunbeam School

Sunbeam School Sunbeam School Varanasi The founders of the Sunbeam School are Dr. Amrit lal Ishrat Madhok and Mrs. Deesh Ishrat Madhok. Sunbeam was established in the year 1972 in order to fulfill the holistic educational needs of the modern students society in the Varanasi. It was first started from a small rented apartment. Within …

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ST Johns School

St. John’s School ST Johns School Varanasi St. John’s School is a private school located in the Varanasi, India associated to the committee for the CISCE, New Delhi. St. John’s School was started in 1964. Around 8,400 students are enrolled at St. John’s School and getting quality education.

CM Anglobengali College

About College CM Anglobengali college is located in Varanasi, has a big sports ground with the expert coach to teach about games. Students at CM Anglobengali College have won numerous awards in the district as well as state level sports competition.

Bhai Dooj 2016

About Bhai Dooj or Bhai Duj Bhai Dooj, Bhau-beej or Bhaiya Duj is celebrated by Hindus in Benares very happily in the traditional and cultural way. It is generally based on the relationship of the brother and sister, a great festival in Hinduism. People celebrate the festival of Bhai duj on the last day means …

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Dhanteras 2016

About Dhanteras Dhanteras is a first day festival of the great and famous Hindu festival, Diwali which is the five-days long festival and celebrated in Varanasi and traditionally all over the India. Dhanteras festival is celebrated on triodasi of the Krishna Paksha (the dark fortnight).

Ganga Mahotsav

In Hinduism, the Gange is an ever-changing and ever-flowing sacred river from ages. Gange is the Goddess of washing sin of the people from the era according to the Hindu mythology. People come to the Gange and take a holy bath to wash out their sin.

Fairs and Festivals in Varanasi

Varanasi, Banaras, Benaras or Kashi is the much admired pilgrimage and tourist place in India for the Hindus all over the world. Varanasi is full of prosperous cultural customs and traditions which makes this city a “Cultural and Traditional Capital of India”.

Dev Diwali

Dev Diwali is one of the famous festivals of Hindu which is celebrated in Benares on the occasion of Kartik Poornima. It is started by the holy Vedic mantras (chanted by priests to please and welcome the God), sparkling fire crackers and lighting a bunch of Diyas at the ghats.

Varanasi Photos

Varanasi Temple Photo < Click on photo to view more photos > Varanasi rituals photo < Click on photo to view more photos > Banaras Hindu University (BHU) Photo < Click on photo to view more photos > Varanasi ghats photo < Click on photo to view more photos > Sarnath Photo < Click on …

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Kabir Math

जब में था तब हरी नहीं, अब हरी है में नाहि | सब अँधियारा मिट गया, जब दीपक देखया माहि || Jab Mein Tha Tab Hari Nahin‚ Ab Hari Hai Mein Nahin, Sab Andhiyara Mit Gaya‚ Jab Deepak Dekhya Mahin Kabir Math Varanasi Kabir Math is located at Lahartara, Varanasi on the Saint Kabir road. …

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Satuva Baba

Shri Satuwa Baba Maharaj ji was a great and popular saint in the Varanasi. He was admired and honored by the thousands of pilgrims all across the India. Shri Satuwa Baba Maharaj was born in 1913 in a rural Brahmin family in the Sankarpur, Uttar Pradesh, India. His spiritual nature was God gifted. He was …

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Tailang swami

Tailang swami *Image rights belong to the owner Trailanga Swami (also called as Tailang Swami or Telang Swami) was a great Hindu yogi lived in the Varanasi. He was famous for his divine powers and regarded as a renowned stature of the Bengal. There are many stories behind him about his spiritual and yogic powers. …

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Maharishi Shushruta is a legendry scholar of the Indian medical science and founding father of surgery. 2600 Yrs ago Maharishi Shushruta together with his colleagues had conducted the variety of complex surgeries such as caesareans, artificial limbs, cataract, urinary stones, fractures, and most specially the plastic surgery. A famous book (Shalya Tantra) has been described …

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Kinaram Baba

Biography of Kinaram Baba Aghoracharya Baba Kinaram was born on the Aghor Chaturdashi in the Bhadrapad in 1601 A.D at the Ramgarh village of the Chandauli district near Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh state of India. It is believed that, after birth he had started to cry after three days of his birth by the blessings of …

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Lal Bahadur Shastri

Lal Bahadur Shastri Facts: 2nd Prime Minister of India: In office: From 9th June 1964 to 11th January 1966 President: Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan Preceded by: Jawaharlal Nehru Succeeded by: Gulzarilal Nanda (Acting)

Dr. Sampuranand

Biography of the Dr. Sampurnanand Dr. Sampurnanand, a teacher and a politician in the Uttar Pradesh state of the India, was born at 1st January in the year 1891 in the Varanasi city. And he was died at 7th March in the year 1969 in the Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh. He belonged to the great family …

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