Varanasi (also known as Beneras and Kashi) is one of the oldest surviving cities of the world. According to Hindu mythology, Varanasi is considered to be one of the holiest cities in India. It lies along the banks of the sacred Ganges River, and it's believed that taking a dip in it washes away all the sins and purify the soul.
From the Varanasi Travel Guide
Average cheapest prices by month for budget accommodation in Varanasi
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They are really nice and helpful. But what clean means for them is not really clean for real. There is not hot water at all, there was even problem with the water at all. No sink in bathroom, no water in toilet (the word "bathroom" should not be used for the thing which is next door at all). But what else should you expect for such a price... ... more
I stayed for 3 nights at Old Yogi Lodge at the end of march . I was travelling solo and I was very happy with the services if you compare them to the price. The place was pretty clean. Food is not your top restaurant one but they did try to accommodating my needs as much as possible. ... more
Delhi - Varanasi - Kathmandu
Is it better to take the train from Delhi and fly back to Varanasi? Or fly from Delhi and take the train back to Varanasi? I am going to fly one way and take the train/bus another. Is one way easiest? The fare from Delhi is twice as much as Varanasi ($140 vs $70). ...
Nepal to India border crossing: Monsoon season
, then on to Varanasi before travelling to Kathmandu via Sunauli by bus. We've heard that the roads can get pretty treacherous around this time of year and wanted to know how feasible it would be to make Varanasi ...
voluntary work in Varanasi
hello, i'm hoping to spend upwards of a month in Varanasi during March, April this year. I'll definately have plenty of spare time and wondered if anyone had any info/contacts about projects/voluntary work in the area? thanks, joe ...
Sind heute nach einer 14Stunden Nachtzugfahrt endlich in Varanasi angekommen. Man hat uns gesagt, wenn wir am Bahnhof sind, werden wir von einem Fahrer unseres Guesthouse abgeholt. Gesagt getan, prompt sassen wir mit Sack und Pack auf einer Fahrradrikshaw. Unser Weg führte vorbei an halsbrecherische ...
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