Top 15 Things You Should Do In Varanasi
Dashashwamedh ghat: It is one of the oldest and holiest ghats of Varanasi. According to some old priests.
Ganga aarti: The most mesmerizing thing about Benaras is Ganga Arti.
Assi ghat: Although it is not very famous among foreigners, it holds importance among Indian pilgrims.
Boating: Taking a boat ride is something that must be right at the top of everyone’s to-do list.
Manikarnika ghat: Kashi is said to be the place of birth and death.
Cafes: You will also find some amazing cafes on these streets.
Scindia ghat: This ghat is near Manikarnika ghat; it is famous for its partially submerged Shiva temple.
Streets: The narrow ancient streets of Benaras are something everyone should get lost in.
Bakeries: The Bread of Life Bakery & Restaurant is famous for its freshly baked bread and muffins.
Sarnath: Varanasi is not only the city of Hindus but also many other major religions.
Dhamekh stupa: This stupa stands exactly where Buddha first taught Dharma after receiving Bodhisattva.
Chaukhandi stupa: This stupa marks the exact location of the spot where Buddha met his first disciples.
Archaeological museum: The famous Sarnath Archaeological Museum is now maintained by the Archaeological Survey of India.
Ayurvedic medicines: Varanasi is a hub of ayurvedic medicines. Here, medicines are made from natural herbs and medicinal plants.
Silk: Another captivating thing Varanasi is known for is its pure silk.