One of India’s popular tourist destinations for its holiness and sacredness, Varanasi is the most ancient city where you can see, hear, smell and taste some of the remarkable histories and ancient Hindu mythologies.
It is the most sacred Hindu city in India, a place where people come to bathe in the Ganges river to wash away their sins and where others come to die with the hope that they will be removed from the human cycle
History claims that the banks of Kashi was the land, first occupied due to the Aryan Settlement and by the end of the 2nd millennium, the holy city became a potent area for the Aryan religion and philosophy. Since the population grew,
heavy industrial trades and commercials occupation started to take place. The city then started to gain recognition for the productions and sales of muslin, religious and cultural sculptures, oil perfumeries, and silk fabrics. Sooner
the City of Kashi became the capital around the 6th century during the time of Buddha.
You can walk around the holy river, can take bath to wash your sins and can also witness a funeral procession marching down the alley. It’s a city where you can taste some delicious street food and cuisines.