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  • Join us as we explore the whereabouts of the birth of Buddhism. After the Buddha obtained enlightenment in Bodh Gaya he arrived in Sarnath.
  • Explore the Deer park where he delivered his first sermon and set in motion the Wheel of Law.
  • See the Dhamek Stupa- The most exceptional structure at Sarnath. A cylindrical tower of 28 meters, reminiscing the Gupta Empire.
  • Visit the Ashoka Pillar- Marvel at the glistening Lion capital which is now India's national emblem.
  • We would also stop over at the Sarnath Museum which yields a rich collection of Buddhist scriptures and Bodhisattva images. The museum is open on all days except Friday from 10 AM to 5 PM.
  • Preferred Timings- Mornings and afternoons.
  • Experience the southern part of the city which is the more peaceful with atranquilambiance and have inspired poets and philosophers for centuries.
  • Become associated with Indian classical Music, Yoga, euphoric Temple atmosphere, traditional wrestling and Pilgrimage sites.
  • Witness artisans working on the lost art of weaving linen on intricate handlooms. We assure you that this walk would leave a deep and greater understanding of the special way of life in the most primitive living city of the known world.
  • Preferred Timings- Early mornings (Duration- 3-4 hours).
  • Comprehend the key elements of Hindu philosophy, how Varanasi's unique Geography induced it's becoming India's spiritual capital, and the city’s fascinating take on Death & Salvation (Moksha) in this soul- enriching cultural walking tour in Varanasi.
  • Preferred Timings - Late Mornings and Early Evenings.
  • Kedar Ghat- Here you would see locals taking their sacred bath, doing rituals and prayers.
  • Dasaswmedh Ghat- Walk along the beautiful riverside of Dasaswmedh Ghatand down to Ahilyabai Ghat and finally walk to Manikarnika Ghat. These three prominent river banks would amaze you with their spectacular view.
  • Preferred time of visit- Early mornings (to watch holy bathing rituals for theatonement of sins). Early evenings (to watch a beautiful sunset behind a glorious Aarti, which is a prominent ritual followed by Hindus during worship. In this ritual the wicks are lighted up after being soaked in purified butter in reverence to the deities.)