It is synonym of Varanasi. The temple popularly known as 'Golden Temple' lies in the heart of the city and is surrounded by very narrow lanes. The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva, the presiding deity of the city and houses one of the 12 Jyotirlingas of Shiva, Visheshwara or Vishwanath, which has great significance in the spiritual history of India.
Lal Khan Tomb is one of the many tombs & mausoleum built during Medieval Period in Varanasi city. The tomb was constructed in 1773 to commemorate the memory of Lal Khan- a Mughal Noble.
Machhali Bandar Math is located in Assi area of Varanasi, U.P., at about 2 km from BHU & 8 km from Cantt. railway station. It is the math meant only for Sadhus & Sanyasis who are permitted to stay here.
The temple, dedicated to 24th Jain Thirthankar Lord Mahaveer, is located on University road, Nariya, Varanasi, U.P. at a distance of 1 km from BHU & about 7 km from Cantt. railway station.
direction of his astrologer minister-Jagannatha. The observatory built of rare stones represents the scientific flavor prevalent in those times and is equipped with all the instruments which were required to record motion, speed & properties of various stars, planets and other cosmic objects.
The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva, who is also known as Mritunjay Mahadev. It is widely & firmly believed that by worshipping here one can overcome death. There is a well within the temple complex and its water is supposed to have medicinal properties and can cure many ailments.
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