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Dasaswamedh Ghat

The most important and busiest of all ghats, the Dasaswamedh Ghat is also the oldest of all. The Kashi Viswanathar Temple is on the banks of this ghat and thus is the most popular with locals as well tourists. The main attraction is the evning aarti here and also the sight of people busy in their daily activities and religious rituals such as worships, cremations and others.
Shivani Mehra
Ganga Aarti at Dashashwamedh Ghat 🌸
Globetrottergirl
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Amit dwivedi
Early morning Ganga snan with boat ride and kashi vishwanath darshanEarly morning Ganga snan with boat ride and kashi vishwanath darshan ,Annapurna temple , Vishalakshi temple Bhu ,Durga temple,sankat mochan temple ,bharat mata temple and Back to Hotel. Chek out at 1400hrs by Tuk tuk Rickshaws visit Kabir math temple for Classiacal programme for 1 hrs and later proceed to Masala Market in Gola. After back to hotel . Night stay.
LifeofaTravelGirl
The Aarti at Dashashwamedh Ghat is famous. It usually starts by 6-6:30 pm and lasts for an hour. I advice to come half an hour early to get the best view of the Aarti. After the Aarti, people start closing shops and places. We visited Kashi Vishwanath temple which is usually less busy at night. It is at the Dashashwamedh Ghat. All the Ghats are connected and you can easily walk along the Ghats to reach from one point to another.