Yes! If you die at Varanasi you will attain salvation

Yes! If you die at Varanasi you will attain salvation

Varanasi known as sacred place for Hindu. It is the city of 2000 temples approx and known as the spiritual capital of India. Hindu’s bath in river Ganga & also perform funeral rites which is known as sacred.

Varanasi – The City of Temples

If you die here you will get place in “Heaven” or “Swarga”. The same philosophy is here in my hometown is known as Parner (Taluka Place in Ahmednagar District, Maharashtra). Either you die at Kashi or at Parner is told by every elder person in this city. The reason behind this is The Laghurudrabhisheka (showering of milk continuisly on Lord Shankara’s Shivling at Nageshwar Temple Parner) is only done in Parner and the first place is Kashi Vishwanath Temple,Varanasi.

According to my information ;

Top places to visit in Varanasi are :

 1. Manikarnika Ghat

2. Kashi Vishwanath Temple

3. Dashashwamedh Ghat

4. Assi Ghat

5. Harishchandra Ghat

6. Anandmayee Ghat

7. Banaras Hindu University

8. New Kashi Vishwanath Temple

9. Tridev Temple

10. Tulsi Ramayan Temple

11. Kedar Ghat

12. Munshi Ghat

New Vishwanath Temple 

Picture ~ New Vishwanath Temple, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India

One of the most famous temple in Kashi as famous as Birla Temple. This Sacred place was built in 1965 near Banaras Hindu university. There is a garden infront of temple which will really make you feel awesome.

Picture ~ New Vishwanath Temple Garden, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh India

After that we went to ;

Tridev Temple, Varanasi

As its name suggests ; there are three bhagwana’s :

1.Salasar Bhagwan

2.Dadirani Sati Devi

3.Khatuji Maharaj

Picture ~ Tridev Temple Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India

If you sit here for sometime; You can feel the calmness in environment here. Very nice place to visit in Kashi. After this ; we went to

Tulsi Manas Temple Varanasi

Picture ~ Satyanarayan Tulsi Manas Mandir, Kashi, Uttar Pradesh, India

Tulsi Manas Mandir is one of the most famous temple in Varanasi. This temple has great historical and cultural importance in Hinduism since the ancient Hindu epic Ramcharitmanas was originally written at this place by saint, poet and philosopher Goswami Tulsidas in the 16th century.

Then we had delicious lunch at Dharmashala served by caterers of Chordiya Ji.

We started for

Ganga Darshan

The Ganga is holy river and it is known as most sacred river in Hindu Tradition. Everyday many devotees come here to worship Ganga and have blessings from Ganga Mata.

Gangotri is the origin of holy river Ganga and ends in Bangladesh.

Picture ~ Ganga River, Kashi, Uttar Pradesh, India

Then we went for Boating; by which you can get see all ghats by boat.

Kedar Ghat Varanasi

One of the most oldest ghat. Which is known named as Lord Shiva’s Temple is there. (Kedar : Shiva)

It was built by Maharaja of Vijaynagara.

Picture ~ Kedar Ghat, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India

 

Picture ~ Ghat in Varanasi while Boating, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India

 

Picture ~ Munshi Ghat, Kashi, Uttar Pradesh, India

Munshi Ghat is palatial building by Clarks Hotel Group; the ghat area by the Municipal Corporation of Banaras.

Picture ~ Ganga Aarti in the Evening, Kashi, Uttar Pradesh, India

Ganga aarti performed daily in the evening by group of priests at the Dashashwamedh ghat.

In this, Agnee Pooja is performed in which a commitment is made to Lord Shiva.

It is one of the most important event someone must attend.

The positivity these mantras make will really feel calm and pleasant. This is the reason I believe that; Indian tradition is best in all among the world.

Picture ~ Saibaba Temple, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India

Saibaba Temple is located at Narayana Ghat in Varanasi.

I belive in God and the reason is when I do Dhyana(Meditation) it gives me immense positivity and takes me more towards myself to know who I am.

Especially, Shirdi is my birthplace so I am having so much affection and love towards Shri Saibaba.

 

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