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RamNagar fort and Silk saree of Varanasi blog by A Mango Traveler

Posted Date :   16 October 2019 02:31:31 PM  

Ramnagar fort was my last spot to see in Varanasi and my first observation that though the fort is big but not at all in good condition and I don't know why. It was built by kashi Naresh, the then king of Varanasi Raja balwant singh in year 1750.

Photography is not allowed inside the musuem of fort which indeed have some good collection. The fort is at the scenic location of the eastern bank of River gange and was built in creamy colored chunar sandstane in typical Mughal style architechure. The most important pasrt of this fort is Guru Ved Vyas temple. This temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and Ved Vyas. Ved Vyas was the author of the greated epic in world known as Mahabharat. His one of the most respected Guru in Hindu tradtion. And according to priest whom I met their, told me that by visiting here, the journey of Varanasi completes.





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