Kaal Bhairav

Kaal Bhairav is considered the Hindu God who has countless powers, and these powers can kill anyone. Kaal Bhairav is a form of Hindu God Lord Shiva. Once the Hindu God Brahma and Vishnu were fighting about who is more powerful, Brahma said to Vishnu that he has all the universe’s power as he created… Continue reading Kaal Bhairav

Tulsi Manas Mandir

Tulsi Manas Mandir is one of the most popular and revered temples in India. The original name of the temple is Sri Satyanarayan Tulsi Manas Temple. It is situated at Durgakund in Varanasi. The temple plays a vital role in highlighting the significant historical episodes. The notable epic Ramcharitmanas was written in this temple. The… Continue reading Tulsi Manas Mandir

Dhamek Stupa

The original name of Dhamek Stupa is Dharmarajika Stupa. Dharmarajika is the Sanskrit version of the term, Dhamek. The Stupa signifies Dharma. It is constructed in Sarnath, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh. The Stupa is about 13 km far from the Varanasi Cantt. The Stupas are created as pre-Buddhist tumuli. The stupas have the ascetics buried in… Continue reading Dhamek Stupa

Durga Kund Temple

The Durga Temple of Varanasi has various names like Durga Kund Mandir, Durga Mata Mandir, and Durga Mai Mandir. It is one of the most well-known temples in India. The public has sincerity and earnest devotion towards the temple. The temple is located at Durgakund in Varanasi. Varanasi is regarded as the oldest and the… Continue reading Durga Kund Temple

Temples of Varanasi

The holy city of Varanasi is regarded as the city of temples. There are many temples in this part of the country. India has many towns, and each city is known for its distinct characteristics and attributes. Varanasi is observed as the place of Hindu God Shiva. The people of the city are viewed as… Continue reading Temples of Varanasi

Nav Sadhana Kala Kendra

History Nav Sadhana Kala Kendra is a well known and prominent college of dance and music. The institute is located in an environment-friendly area in the holy city of Varanasi near Tarna, Shivpur. The college was set up in July 1996 by Catholic Bishops of Uttar Pradesh, Uttaranchal, and Rajasthan. The college focuses on promoting… Continue reading Nav Sadhana Kala Kendra

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CM Anglo Bengali College

About College CM Anglo Bengali college is located in the sacred city of Varanasi. It has a large sports ground with a professional coach to teach games and sports. The CM Anglo Bengali College students have won countless awards in the district and state level sports competitions. The college has facilities for physical and mental… Continue reading CM Anglo Bengali College

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Imania Arabic College

Imania Arabic College is a pious educational institution located in Varanasi that stands for Majma-ul-Uloom, Jamia-e-Imania. On December 15, 1866, the institute was set up as a Shia Religious Seminary for expanding Islamic studies and higher religious education in Varanasi, India. Moulvi Khursheed Ali Khan founded the institute by the proposal of the Qaazi Maulana… Continue reading Imania Arabic College

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Queens College

The exceptional accomplishments of Queens College, Varanasi is considered as one of the most prominent victories. Within a few years of its foundation, it has become a famous center of learning in the genre of quality education. Queens College was set up, taking into account the limited resources of English educational centers in Varanasi. The founder… Continue reading Queens College

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Manikarnika Ghat

Manikarnika Ghat is related to two folk tales. As per the first legend, it is believed that Lord Vishnu was digging a pit using his Chakra, and at the same time, Lord Shiva was observing Lord Vishnu, the earring, “Manikarnika” fell into the hole drilled by Lord Vishnu. According to the second saga, Goddess Parvati… Continue reading Manikarnika Ghat

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Artistic Metalware The artistic metalware industry of Varanasi is about 300 years old. This industry flourished because of the patronage of Raja and Maharajas. They used to get manufactured artistic Mukuts (Crowns) made of gold and silver besides the carryings of Varanasi ornaments, statues, and other decoration items. The industry suffered a setback because of… Continue reading Handicrafts