Kashi Tour with Panchkoshi Yatra

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Day 01:- Arrival Varanasi (Kashi)

Arrivalat Varanasi Airport/Railway Station, check-in to Hotel , Afternoon CoveringCity Temple Tour New Kashi Vishwanath Temple (BHU) also known as Birla Temple,Sankat Mochan Temple, Durga Templeand Tulsi Manas Mandir, In theevening experience the Ganga Aarti, it refers to the songs sung to praise thedeity by offering the lamps. Hindus in India worship the river Ganges as goddess.Every evening in Varanasi, Aarti is performed at Dashashwamedh Ghat. We canwatch it from the Ghat or from the waterside in a boat. It is a beautiful, resonant,and majestic spectaclewith a very precise choreography involving rituals performed by several priests with thesound of bells, drums, cymbals, and Sanskrit mantras & boating (Included) on the River Ganga.Overnight Stay in Varanasi.

Day 02:-Varanasi (Kashi) –Panchkoshi Yatra

Earlymorning at 05:30 AM visit Old Kashi Vishwanath Temple, Annapurna Temple, Vishalakshi Temple & Kal BhairavTemple then back to hotel & take breakfast thengo for Panchkoshi Yatra Varanasi, PanchKroshi Yatra begins at Manikarnika Kund. This is a small water tank situated closeto the famous Manikarnika Ghat. The devotees take a dip in the ManikarnikaKund. They then take some water in their hands and do a Sankalp for the yatra.After the Sankalp, devotees take a boat and head to Assi ghat – thesouthernmost ghat on Ganga at Varanasi. This is the beginning point of theyatra. After this, there are 5 Padavs orstops on the 50 miles or roughly 80 km path. The Panch Kroshi road is anancient pilgrim route. There are boards guiding you on the path and inform youabout the Padavs or stops as well.

Distances between Padavs:-

·        Manikarnika to Kardameshwar 3 Kos Visit Kardameshwar Mahadev Temple

·        Kardameshwarto Bhim Chandi 5 Kos, total 8 Kos Visit ChandikeshwarMahadev Temple 

·        Bhim Chandi to Rameshwar 7 Kos, total 15 Kos Visit TuljaBhawai in Rameshwar Temple

·        Rameshwarto Shivpur  4 Kos, Total 19 Kos Visit Pancho Pandava & Draupadi Kund

·        Shivpurto Kapildhara 3 Kos, Total 22 kos Visit Mahadev Temple

Thefinal stop before you take a boat back on Ganga is Jaun Ganesh temple. A smallGanesh temple with a lovely Ganesh Image overlooks the Ganga, almost at theconfluence of Varna & Ganga.

·        Kapildharato Manikarnika 3 Kos, Total 25 Kos

                      Total 1 Kos = 3.2 Kmx25=80 Km

Day 03:-Varanasi-Sarnath & Departure

After Breakfast check out from Hotel & Visit Ramnagar Fort & visitSarnath – the city of Lord Buddha where he came to preach his first Sermon after he achieved Enlightenment atBodhgaya, It contains the most impressive remains, as well as a Modern Temple; visit the MulagandhakutiVihara (Main Temple), Archeological Museum, Chaukhandi Stupa, Dhamekh Stupa, Dharmarajika Stupa and various Monasteries & Shopping inVaranasi Silk Market. Evening drop at VaranasiAirport/Railway Station for Your Return/Onward Journey.

Transfers by AC Cab

Assistance on Arrival & Departure

All sightseeing as per Itinerary by AC Cab

Accommodation on Singe Sharing Basis with Breakfast

Driver charge / Bhatta, Toll, Tax, Parking Charge etc.

Evening Boat Ride in Varanasi Once

Boat Ride for Panchkoshi Yatra

Guide for Day 02 for Panchkoshi Yatra


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