Visit the temples of Varanasi

Varanasi the most sacred and the oldest city of the world reserves a special place in the hearts of tourists. Not just the spiritual beings but traveling buffs too visit the land of temples and shrines in a huge number. Though the city has witnessed so many centuries, yet it hasn’t lost the charm of its glorious past.

Once you are in the realm of this spiritual city, you can infuse yourself with so much of art, historic essence and spirituality. Don’t think about your stay because you can easily get Varanasi hotel booking for your stayover. So, for the exciting and mystical ride, visit Varanasi! For now, let us have a look at some gorgeous temples of this city!

TulsiManas Temple

There are diverse sightseeing places in Varanasi and amidst them; a gorges place is of theTulsiManas Temple. This is the spot wherein Tulsidas inscribed the Hindu epic the Ramayana in an Awadhi dialect of Hindi language. This temple was funded by the well renowned Birla family and built in shiny white marble in the year 1964. You can witness verses and scenes from Ramcharitmanas engraved on the walls of this temple.

Kashi Vishwanath Temple

Your visit to Varanasi would be incomplete in the absence of your visit to Kashi Vishwanath Temple. This splendid and stylish temple is devoted to Lord Shiva and this shrine is one of the twelve Jyotirlingas and. It has also been mentioned in the sacred scriptures. The structure of this temple includes a succession of tinier temples situated in the Vishwanath Galli.

In Hinduism, it has been believed that a simple sight of Jyotirlinga is a soul-purgative experience which transforms life and places it on the trail of knowledge and devotion. A simple darshan of Vishweshwara Jyotirlinga has been considered to value more than paying a visit to other jyotirlingas, scattered in different parts of India. It won’t be wrong to say that Kashi Vishwanath Temple has is a living picture of eternal cultural traditions and topmost spiritual morals.

Durga Temple

Durga temple is also called the monkey temple because there remain a huge number of monkeys around it. The temple is amidst the legendary spots to see in Varanasi. It was constructed in the 18th century by a popular Bengali Maharani. This temple is beautifully painted red with ochre. It has strongly been believed that the idol of Goddess Durga in this temple was not built; it came there on its own.

You know in Hinduism, Durga is described as the personification of Shakti or female power, dressed in red, riding a tiger and completely armed with Vishnu’s discus, Shiva’s trident and a sword. In this temple, non-Hindus can enter the courtyard but not the internal sanctum. Thousands of Hindu followers visit the Durga temple and the rush gets even more immense during the time of Navratri and other propitious occasions.

Thus, when will you be booking resort Varanasi for your stay? Of course, for an enhanced walk through all the gorgeous and prestigious temples of this city, you have to stayover for at least a day or so. And for that, booking is must, isn’t it?