Varanasi

Durga-Temple temple is dedicated to one of the many forms of Lord Vishnu. His idol is installed here as Sangameshwar Linga and by worshipping here one is supposed to get salvation.


This attractive mosque is located in the Sigra locality of Varanasi at a distance of about 3 km from Cantt. railway station. It opens from 6am-8pm. Id-ul-fitra & Id-ul-Juha are celebrated here.


It is believed that Lord Shiva/Kedareshwar in Kedarnath, appeared here as Linga, hence the name Kedareshwar Mahadev. Located in the southern part of Varanasi city, this temple is considered to be as pious as Kedarnath of Himalayas.


This Lord Shiva temple is located at D 37/33, Kashi Naresh Shivala, Varanasi, U.P., at a distance of about 4 km from Cantt. railway station. This Shivling is supposed to have been installed by Saint Gautam, hence the name Gautameshwar Mahadev..


Gurudwara Gurubagh is dedicated to Guru Nanak Dev, who visited Varanasi in 16th century during Shivratri fair. He is supposed to have had a great deal of interaction with many Brahmin scholars & Sadhus. The gurudwara has a wide rectangular hall with a sanctum and also has staying facilities for the visitors..


Gurudwara Badi Sangat Sri Guru Teg Bahadur/Gurudwara Tapasthal is the oldest and most important Gurudwara of Varanasi. It has been built to commemorate the memory of the stay of Guru Teg Bahadur..


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