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Famous temples of Varanasi blog by A Mango Traveler

Posted Date :   05 October 2019 05:30:20 PM  

Varanasi - A city where I can go thousand more times. This I said in 2016 when I first came here. It took me 3 years though to come once again here, but the experience was frankly amplified 10 times more. As this time I planned for at least 5 days.

This time I thought to see the city nook and corners and since Varanasi is famous for its temples, so I thought, Let's start with few famous temples.
 
The best way to see Varanasi is either by Rikshaw or by 2 wheeler. I felt Ola bike is the best option. The city is changed so much. Everywhere I went I saw some development. Roads are without any ditches, Walls are beautifully painted with freedom fighters portraits and Gods which are worshipped. Truely, it given some extra-ordernary feel. However, one this is still not changed and that is traffic and pollution.
 
My first stop was BHARAT MATA TEMPLE. As we Indians call our land as Goddess, mother. This time share the space with Lalit kala acadmy which basically serves as an entertainment venue often hosting significance arts events, exhibition. A great place to meet artists and intellectuals. Fortunatelly there was such art event going on when I reached there. Students from various part of country were exhibiting their art in numerous forms, one of which was Rangoli.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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