‪Banaras Ghats‬

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Travel Enthusiast
45 مساهمة
مارس 2022
‪Visiting ghats on a boat ride is a must do in Varanasi especially during the early morning hours, before sunrise. Try doing it on a hand rowing boat instead on a motor boat. It is even more serene.‬
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كولكاتا (كالكوتا), الهند1,000 مساهمة
أبريل 2022
‪Varanasi is famous for its Ghats which are 80 in number starting from Rajghat and ending with Assi Ghat. View of the ghats while taking ride over the Ganges is scintillating. In recent years, the control of the ghats has been taken over by government to ensure proper maintenance and illumination in the evening. A must see for anyone visiting this ancient city, reputed to the oldest living city in the world.‬
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chennai83 مساهمة
فبراير 2022
‪visited many ghats of banaras. very very nice maintained and cleanliness is upto the mark. completely plastic free zones‬
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ARVIND K
بنغالور, الهند467 مساهمة
فبراير 2022
‪Day 1 of my Varanasi trip started with an evening boat ride from Gai Ghat to Assi Ghat and back. There are a total of 88 Ghats on the banks of the Ganga river and the boat ride ensures a visual glimpse of these ancient Ghats from a short distance. The prominent ones are Manikarnika Ghat, Lalita Ghat,
Dashashwamedha Ghat, Harishchandra Ghat, Assi Ghat and Bhosale Ghat. Ghats are riverfront steps leading to the banks of the River Ganges. Most of the Ghats are bathing and puja ceremony ghats, while two Ghats namely Manikarnika and Harishchandra, are used exclusively as cremation sites.

Ratneshwar Mahadev Mandir at Manikarnika Ghat is one of the most photographed temples in the holy city of Varanasi. The temple, while apparently well-preserved, leans significantly towards the back side, and its garbhagriha or sanctum sanctorum is generally below the water much of the year, except for a few months during the summer. Reportedly, Ratneshwar Mahadev Temple has a higher tilt ( 9 degrees) than Italy’s famous Leaning Tower of Pisa (4 degrees).

The arrival of migratory Siberian birds adds to the beauty of the Ghats. These birds travel through Central Asia and arrive in India during winter. Hawkers compel you to buy snacks to feed these birds, who seem to relish and I was surprised that some of them even ate out of my hands.

The Ganga Aarti of Varanasi is a shining beacon of devotion and bliss that makes us experience the divinity in and around us. The aarti takes place daily at 6:30pm post sundown for about 45 minutes. The venue is Dashashwamedha Ghat, one of the holiest of all ghats in Varanasi. I was very fortunate to visit Varanasi just a day after the Covid related restrictions were lifted and the much sought after Ganga aarti was allowed for public viewing.

The ceremony takes place on two platforms or stages - one with 5 priests and the other with 7 priests, who perform the aarti sporting dhoti and kurta tied with a long gamcha (or towel). They prepare the set-up by gathering 5 elevated planks, a layered brass lamp, idol of Ganga Devi, flowers,incense sticks, conch shell and other ritual related stuff. Eager devotees throng the site to witness the awe-inspiring spectacle while many others get the boat parked on the banks of Dashashwamedha Ghat to view the holy spectacle. Only the Pandits (or priests) are involved in performing the aarti and they are headed by the priest of Gangotri Seva Samiti. It is an organised activity that begins by lighting up the multi-tiered ceremonial brass lamps and a well-synchronised and rhythmic chanting of the holy mantras.

It is a sight to watch scores of boats parked near the venue, hawkers moving from boat to boat selling tea and snacks, priests smearing chandan on our foreheads, girls selling flowers and majestic cruise ships like Alakananda hogging our attention. I viewed the Ganga Aarti for the first time during the boat ride and though I was just about 50 metres away from the stage, I wanted to view the spectacle from a much closer distance to capture the action on my camera. Hence the next day, I planned to view the Ganga Aarti from the spectator’s gallery, which is close to the stage area. I had goosebumps during the live performance, viewed by atleast thousand others from both the sides.‬
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SONIA B
كولكاتا (كالكوتا), الهند282 مساهمة
الأصدقاء • ديسمبر 2021
‪Mesmerizing experience.Banaras ghats have changed a lot they are more neater n cleaner.
Watching aarti on the banks of the river is soulful.‬
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Naughtybrain
شانديغار, الهند45 مساهمة
ديسمبر 2021
‪One may spend an entire day on the ghats. Varanasi springs to life at dawn with the aarti at Assi Ghat. The ghats are lively, happening and peaceful, and Harishchandra Ghat, sombre. You shall want to go to the ghats again and again everyday of your stay.‬
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gabrial03330
أبو ظبي, الإمارات العربية المتحدة50 مساهمة
بمفردك • أغسطس 2021
‪Like any another Ghats it's a must see places, detailed description about the varanasi walk and Ghats already mentioned in my Varanasi arrival experience. ‬
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arnabc_iitm
كولكاتا (كالكوتا), الهند122 مساهمة
مارس 2021
‪So many colours and character at ghats. All the ghats have their own history and sturcure. The best way to walk down all the ghats. It takes maximum 1 hr to cover them all.‬
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rajesh kumar sarpanch
جالاندهار, الهند381 مساهمة
زوجان • مارس 2021
‪Assi ghats beautiful and calm every one is dipped in calmness of religion if you are in Varanasi must visit place ‬
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المنامة, البحرين1,449 مساهمة
فبراير 2020
‪Varanasi is believed by Hindus as the oldest place on earth. A view of Benaras ghats on a boat ride on Ganga river is a lifetime experience in the city of Baba Vishwanath. It is just an ammmmmmazing experience and can't be explained in simple words. The best way is to get view of the ghats is by boat ride only that gives full view of all ghats. Dashashwamedh ghat and Manikarnika ghats are most important. There are many steps that you need to go down to reach the ghats so wear comfortable shoes. It is nice experience to walk through the ghats, are very colourful and they are crowded many times. We were early morning in winter and not many people around. A must see.‬
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