13 Must Things To Do In Varanasi
#1 Take a Holy Bath in Ganges #2 Morning Boat Ride in Ganges River #3 Witness Grandeur Evening Aarti Ceremony (Dasaswamedh Ghat) #4 Rendezvous with God of Gods Shiva (Vishwanath Temple) #5 The Area Around Malviya Bridge #6 An Evening Stroll Along the Ghats #7 Exploring The Winding Side Streets #8 Experiencing Varanasi During A Festival (Dev Diwali) #9 Getting A Haircut of bears Trim At A Local Barber #10 Sightseeing Tour of Sarnath #11 Visit Historical Ramnagar Fort #12 Shopping in Varanasi's Local Market #13 A visit to weavers working Factory...
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