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Kaal Bhairav Temple
Shri Kashi Vishwanath Temple

The Shri Kashi Vishwanath Temple, also known as the Golden Temple, is the most renowned temple in Varanasi. Dedicated to Lord Shiva, it holds great significance in Vedic stories and is considered one of the 12 Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva, making it one of the most important religious sites in India. Approximately 3,000 devotees visit the t.......

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Maha Mrityunjay Mahadev Temple

Maha Mrityunjay is the Mahakaal Swaroop of lord Shiva and the literal meaning of the words is ‘The one who has attained victory over Mrityu or Death’. As mentioned above, the Maha Mrityunjay Mantra is considered the most powerful mantra in the universe. The meaning of the Maha Mrityunjay Mantra is “We worship Mrityunjay Mahadev who has t.......

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Sankat Mochan Temple, Kashi

Discover the ancient charm of Sankatmochan Temple in Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh. Dedicated to Lord Hanuman, this historic sanctuary holds a special place in the heart of India. Nestled under the canopy of a majestic peepal tree, it witnessed the creation of a masterpiece - a portion of the revered Ramcharitmanas by Tulsidas. Experience th.......

Kaal Bhairav Temple
Shree Kaal Bhairav Temple, Kashi

Discover the ancient allure of the Kaal Bhairav Temple in Varanasi, nestled in the northern part of the city, approximately 3 kilometers from Varanasi Cantonment. This revered temple, dedicated to Kaal Bhairav, stands as one of Varanasi's oldest and most renowned religious sites. Devotees paying homage to Lord Vishwanath ensure they se.......

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Shree Durga Temple

Situated in Bhelupur, Kashi, renowned as the city of temples, lies the remarkable Durgakund Temple dedicated to Goddess Durga. This temple, constructed with red stone, holds a distinctive identity and stands as one of Varanasi's prominent attractions. Mentioned in the Kashi Khanda, it holds a significant place in local lore. Interesting.......

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Shri Kedarnath Temple

The meaning of Kedar refers to the place where the crop of liberty grows and in Varanasi kedareshwar temple is where people got freedom from their sins. The importance of the Varanasi kedareshwar temple is equivalent to the Jyotirling Kedar in the Himalayas. According to the Kashu Maharma lord, kedareshwar performed his fifteen arts (kala.......

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Shri Omkareshwar Mahadev Temple

When Mata Parvati inquired about the Omkareshwar Shivling, then Lord Shiva narrated a story from Kashi Khanda, Chapter 73. Kashi is a holy place that many such Shiva Lingas grace. Lord Brahma once performed a terrible penance for many years, and extremely powerful energy came out from below, entered the ground, and spread pure light al.......

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Bankati Hanuman Temple, Kashi

The above Shloka has been taken from Skanda Purana where ‘(Lord Vishnu says), a devotee who takes bath in Bindu Teerth (presently Panch Ganga Ghat) and worships me as Bindu Madhav, attains Moksha’. Shri Bindu Madhav Temple is the oldest temple of Lord Shri Hari Vishnu in Kashi. This temple is situated on the bank of Maa Ganga at Panchgan.......

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Shri Panchamukhi Hanuman Temple

The Panchmukhi Avatar of Shri Hanuman Ji Maharaj represents the five directions ime East, West, North, South and top directions. In the Panchamukhi swaroop Hanuman Ji’s face radiates a brightness equivalent to the light of thousands of Suns. Shri Hanuman Ji took the Panchmukhi Avatar when Ravan, on realizing that he had to face defeat, .......

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Shri Jagannath Temple, Kashi

Shri Jagannath Temple is a prominent Temple dedicated to Jagannath Mahaprabhu, a form of Shri Hari Vishnu. The Temple is of importance to all the Sanatan Dharma devotees and especially the Vaishnava sect. According to the legend, Shri Jagannath Temple was first started to be built by Indrayumana (a Malava King) as mentioned in the Pur.......

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Maa Sheetla Devi Temple

Skanda Purana describes a legend related to Sheetla Mata, in which it is told that Sheetla Devi was born from Brahmaji. Sheetla Mata is considered to be the form of Lord Shiva’s consort Shakti. According to the legend, Maa Sheetla Devi had come to live in the kingdom of King Virat on earth with Jwarasura (a demon made from the sweat of L.......

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Pishach Mochan Kund

Experience the sanctity of Pishach Mochan Kund, a sacred site for the liberation of our ancestral deities. Performing Pind Daan at Kashi's Pishach Mochan Kund is essential for all devotees before embarking on their journey to Gaya Shradh. Pishach Mochan Teerth has been a beacon of solace for countless devotees, alleviating them from Pi.......

Kaal Bhairav Temple
Sankat Harana Hanuman Temple

"Sankat Haran Hanuman" refers to Lord Hanuman, a central figure in Hindu mythology and one of the most revered deities in the Hindu pantheon. "Sankat Haran" literally means "dispeller of troubles" or "one who removes obstacles." Hanuman is often worshipped by Hindus for his strength, devotion, and ability to overcome challenges. Devote.......

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Ayodhya Teerth Kshetra

Ayodhya Tirth Kshetra is more than just a city; it's a revered pilgrimage site for Hindus, steeped in spirituality and rich with the stories of Lord Rama's life. Considered the birthplace of Maryada Purushottam Lord Shri Ram Ji, Ayodhya holds immense significance for devotees worldwide. People flock to Ayodhya Dham seeking blessings fr.......

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