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Nashta Pani Tour

Embark on an unforgettable Varanasi cuisine tour, where you’ll dive deep into the flavours and aromas that define this ancient city. Varanasi, often referred to as Kashi, is not only a spiritual hub but also a haven for food lovers. This tour will take you through the bustling streets and ghats of Varanasi, where you can savour the city’s traditional dishes
This traditional Varanasi cuisine tour is not just about eating; it’s about experiencing the soul of Varanasi through its food. From the vibrant food markets to the serene ghats, every bite is a testament to the city’s rich cultural tapestry. So, come with an empty stomach and an open heart, ready to savour the essence of Varanasi.
In this tour, the guests will taste the mouthwatering Varanasi Cuisine such as:
Special Chai in Kulhad
Homemade white butter toast
Banarasi Kachori, Sabzi, & Jalebi
Heeng ki kachori (stuffed Asafoetida fried Kachori)
Samosa with Chhole
Banarasi Chaat

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Half day walking tour

Starting from the client’s hotel the tour winds through the historical Varanasi, the old city where we will discover the historical alleys and their mysteries. We will arrive at Manikarnika Ghat, one of the holiest cremation grounds among the sacred riverfronts(ghats), located on the Ganges…

We will cover the major temples, which are less explored by tourist but important for the locals.

Nepali Temple (Replica of Pashupatinath Temple, Nepal)

Manikarnika Ghat and Kund (stepwell)

Kashi Vishwanath Temple (one of the Jyotirling)

Anand Bhairav temple

Alamgir mosque (an 17th century Architecture marvel)

Madikeshwar Mahadev (underground Temple in the nerves of Varanasi)

Lassi (a yogurt made cold drink) on the way

Evening Ganga Arti

A thanksgiving ceremony for the river Ganga at the bank of the river

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City tour on a tuk tuk

During the tour we will be covering most popular temples in Varanasi on a Tuk Tuk Rikshaw along with the walk in the alleys of Varanasi. Ma Durga Temple and Kund (stepwell)
One of the oldest and awaken temple of Godess Durga in the city center…
Shri Satyanarayan Tulsi Manas Temple

A modern architecture temple which has Shri Ramchritmanas scripture written on the walls of the temple.

Sankat Mochan Temple

The Lord Hanuman temple which is also famous as Monkey temple

Kashi Hindu Vishwavidyalay

Also known as Banaras Hindu University (BHU) has one of the largest campus in the world, We will also be visiting the New Vishwanath Temple built by Birla family.

Lolark Kund

A stepwell in alleys of southern part of Varanasi built by a King from Cooch Behar (a princely state during the British Raj).

Evening Ganga Arti

A thanksgiving ceremony for the river Ganga at the bank of the river

Lassi or Chai on the way

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South City Walk

Embark on a walking tour through the vibrant streets of South Varanasi, a region steeped in history, culture, and spirituality. This journey promises to be an unforgettable experience, filled with iconic landmarks, bustling markets, and serene ghats along the sacred Ganges River. We will be exploring the temples in the hidden alleyways which are non-touristic and less explored by the regular tourists.

Begin your tour at Assi Ghat, one of the most prominent and lively ghats in Varanasi. Assi Ghat is a popular spot for both locals and tourists, known for its breathtaking sunrises and serene atmosphere. Witness the early morning Aarti ceremony, where devotees offer prayers to the river, creating a mesmerizing spectacle of lights and chants.

From Assi Ghat, make your way to the Tulsi Manas Temple, a beautiful shrine dedicated to Lord Rama. This temple is significant because it marks the place where the epic Ramcharitmanas was written by the poet-saint Tulsidas. The walls of the temple are adorned with verses from this holy text, making it a place of great spiritual and literary importance.

Next, visit the Durga Temple, also known as the Monkey Temple due to the large population of monkeys that inhabit the area. This striking red temple is dedicated to the goddess Durga and is an excellent example of North Indian temple architecture.

Sankat Mochan Hanuman Temple
A short walk from BHU leads you to the Sankat Mochan Hanuman Temple. This revered temple is dedicated to Lord Hanuman and is believed to relieve devotees from troubles and afflictions. The temple is especially crowded on Tuesdays and Saturdays, days considered sacred to Hanuman.

Local Bazaars and Street Food
No walking tour of South Varanasi is complete without exploring its bustling bazaars. Head to the Lanka Market, a vibrant area known for its eclectic mix of shops selling everything from traditional Banarasi silk sarees to handcrafted jewelry and souvenirs.

While in the market, don’t miss out on the local street food. Savor the flavors of chaat, kachaudi, and the famous Banarasi paan. For a sweet treat, try the jalebis and rabri from one of the many sweet shops dotting the streets.

Conclude your tour at Tulsi Ghat, named after the poet-saint Tulsidas. This ghat is less crowded than the more famous ghats, offering a peaceful end to your journey. In the evening, enjoy the tranquil ambiance as you watch the Ganges flow by, reflecting the lights of the city.

A walking tour in South Varanasi is a journey through the heart of this ancient city, offering a unique blend of spiritual, cultural, and historical experiences. Whether you’re a first-time visitor or a seasoned traveler, the sights, sounds, and flavours of South Varanasi will leave an indelible mark on your soul.

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Boat ride activity

Subah-E-Banaras. One of the most beautiful aspects of mornings in Varanasi is that the aarti is not attended by massive crowds, so only the most religious devotees will be in attendance. 

The guest will be visiting the Assi ghat for Morning Ganga Aarti and also enjoying the scenic view of sunrise on a Handboat/Motorboat.

The Musical Boat

We organize a classical musical morning on a boat along with the scenic view of Sunrise.

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