Morning cruise ride in Varanasi
Alamgir mosque is famed for its exquisite architecture and enviable location. The mosque is situated on the edge of River Ganga and enjoys a picturesque scene. Said to be built by Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb who is believed to have demolished the old Kashivishwanath Temple and constructed this mosque in its place; Alamgir mosque is a fine piece of architecture. The mosque is also known as Gyanvapi mosque due to the well of the same name situated close to it. One can notice the influence of North Indian or Hindu architecture in this mosque; however most of the mosque is done in Islam architecture. Reckoned to be the oldest ghat in Varanasi, Dasaswamendha Ghat is where all the action takes place. The ghat is situated near the Vishwanath temple and is famous for its evening aarti. Often crowded with sadhus, sanayasis, beggars and devotees, this ghat is an important landmark of Varanasi city. During the evening aarti, devotees leave earthern lamps in the water to float creating a beautiful scene which is unmatched.
Among the many sightseeing places in Varanasi is the Tulsi Manas Temple, the place where Tulsidas wrote the Hindu epic Ramayana in an Awadhi dialect of the Hindi language. The temple was funded by the Birla family and constructed in white marble in 1964. Verses and scenes from Ramcharitmanas are engraved on the mandir walls. extra details at Varanasi boat ride.
Dashashwamedh Ghat This is the icon ghat of Varanasi. This is the location of Ganga Arti, the most photographed ceremony of India. It is said that Lord Brahma created this ghat by sacrificing ten horses. By sunset, pilgrims flock this place to watch the arti ritual. Some even hire a boat to watch the ritual from the water. If you want to enjoy a clear view of the ritual, dine at any of the rooftop restaurants near the ghat. The ghat thrives with touristy business. The boat owners will lurk you into taking a Ganges boat ride, while the shop keepers try to make you tour their shops. You can also find some massage practitioners propagating their business in this ghat.
The cruise Alaknanda has a full-fledged will also have (vegetarian/ vegan) galley. The cruise consists of latest navigational systems and onboard GPS, free WiFi, a skid-proof afterdeck, four bio-toilets.
Chandraprabha sanctuary is situated to the Southeast of Varanasi. Though one of India’s lesser-known sanctuaries, Chandraprabha is endowed with beautiful picnic spots, dense forests, and scenic waterfalls like Rajdari and Devdari that attract a large number of tourists.
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