Varanasi Tour

Day 1
Delhi - Mathura

Travel from Delhi to Mathura. Lord Krishna is said to have taken birth in Mathura, spent childhood in Vrindavan, and grew up in Braj Bhoomi. This is the place where he enthralled Gopikas with melodious flute notes. Govind Dev Ji Temple built in the year 1590 is considered to have a Murti which looks exactly like Lord Krishna.

We will cover other places also like Rangaji Temple (largest temple in Vrindavan with gold-plated Dhwaja Sthambha), Madan Mohan, Glass, and Banke Bihari Temples. The night is spent at a hotel in Mathura.

Day 2
Mathura – Agra (70 km)

On the second day you’ll travel 70 km distance from Mathura and reach Agra. Check into a hotel and leave for sightseeing. Visit places like Swami Bagh Samadhi, Ram Bagh (built by Babur misnomer for aaraam or comfort), Mankameshwar Temple (ancient temple related to a legend of Lord Shiva and Lord Krishna in child form), Guru ka Tal (Sikh pilgrimage), Agra Fort, Taj Mahal, and Sikandra.

Day 3
Agra - Ayodhya (500 km)

Agra to Ayodhya is a long journey of 500 km on road. On reaching Ayodhya check-in at a hotel. Take time to stroll along the alleys and discover the life of the holy town.

Day 4
Ayodhya

Ram Janmabhoomi is considered to be the place where Lord Rama was born. At present the disputed Babri Masjid stands over the place (7-10 am and 3-5 pm). Kanak Bhawan is built by Rani Krishnabhanu Kunwari of Orccha in 1891 (8.30-12.15 am and 4.30-9 pm). Nageshwarnath Temple has an interesting background as Lord Rama’s son Kusha, influenced by a Nagakanya who took his armlet, dedicated it towards the worship of Lord Shiva (5-11 am and 12-8 pm). Also visit other places such as Treta ke Thakur, Mani Parbat, Chhoti Chhawni, Lakshmana Ghat, and Hanumangarh.

Day 5
Ayodhya - Varanasi (210 km)

On the fifth day, take a 210 km journey towards Varanasi and check into a lodge. Visit Bharat Mata/Mother India Temple, which is open for the people of all religions. Durga Temple (18th Century, built by Bengali Maharani), Tulsi Manas (Birla Mandir), Sankat Mochan (Hanuman) Temple, and Kashi Vishwanath Temple (destroyed several times by Mughal rulers; current one was rebuilt by Ahilyabai Holkar in 1780) are the other places.

Day 5
Varanasi - Allahabad (146 km)

Travel 146 km from Varanasi to Allahabad and check into a lodge. Set out for visiting following important places:
Triveni Sangam (confluence of Ganga, Yamuna, and Saraswati rivers in Allahabad), Allahabad Fort (built by Akbar in 1583), Ashoka Pillar (3rd Century, built by Ashoka), Hanuman Temple, Patalpuri Temple (original temple of Akshayavat Tree in the center of Allahabad Fort), Mankameshwar Temple (Linga founded by Shiva himself during Dwaparayuga), Minto Park, Bharadwaj Ashram (Ancient Rishi’s home), Alopi Devi Temple, Nagvasuki Temple (King of Nags), Saraswati Ghat Park, Swaraj Bhawan (owned by Motilal Nehru), Beni Madhav (Lord Vishnu and his consort Goddess Lakshmi) Temple, etc.

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