About the Spiritual Walking Tour:
Varanasi is the spiritual capital of India and also known as a prominent pilgrimage site for Hindus, thousands of temples on every corner witness of this. Due to spiritual faith , every hindu desires once in their life to visit Kashi Vishwanath temple.
The guide will begin your tour from the very famous ghat Assi Ghat and you will start discovering the city. You will spend around 3 to 4 hours on this walking tour with companions and gain more insight into hindu ritual and their history. During this tour you will be very close to Indian culture and admire the unique art and culture. Take a wander through the alley and get a chance to explore a range of historical monuments and temples and visit the local market.
Have a look before start Spiritual Walking Tour in Varanasi
- The package can be booked by 2 individuals a minimum and 8 people a maximum.
- It is advisable to wear proper dress-code not to hurt the local sentiments of the places.
- It is advised to wear casual and comfortable clothing because it is easy to walk in narrow alley.The tour guide will take you through Banaras’s religious and cultural legacy.
- Please be considerate of the local customs and make sure your shoulders and legs are covered.
- Note: Some temples have strict prohibition regarding utilization of mobile phones and cameras.
About the Activity:
- Get ready to discover this magnificent city with your companions as you join this exciting Varanasi Spiritual Walking Tour.
- Begin your trip by assembling at ‘Assi Ghat’ at 6:00 AM and heading toward ‘Akhadas’ to see the ‘pahalwans’ in practice.
- You can observe bulls blending into local shoppers in the local market near your hotel because bulls are traditionally regarded as Shiva’s chariot in Hindu mythology.
- Experience Kashi Labh Mukti Bhawan, where thousands of individuals come every year when they are near the end of their lives.
- Take a brief tour of the Saint Ravidas Temple and learn about Saint Ravidas’ protests against untouchability.
- Last but not least, visit Aghori Ashram and learn about Aghor’s philosophy of life.