This temple was established & is governed by 'Kanchi Kamkoti Peetham', and has been built in South Indian style of architecture. The tapering apex (Shikhar) of the temple is adorned by the innumerable finely carved idols of different Gods & Goddess.
This math (ashram) is located at Lali ghat Varanasi, U.P. at about 5 km from Cantt. railway station. It opens from 5am-11pm on all days (phone- +91-542-2450520).
This temple dedicated to Lord Ganesha, is located near Meer ghat, Varanasi, U.P., at a distance of about 4.5 km from Cantt. railway station.
This Church is located near JHV mall in Cantt. area of Varanasi, U.P. St. Mary's Church, the 200 year old church, is locally known as 'Church of England' (Englishia Church). It is the oldest church in the city & oldest standing garrison church in South Asia. It has a glorious history and a rich heritage. Queen Elizabeth II of England visited the church in 1960. Annie Besant also visited the church before she became an atheist.
St. Mary Church is one of the important churches in Varanasi. The church has spiring structure along with low tower & projecting porticoes. On the side of the church there are louvered doors along with ventilation slots beneath the cornice..
This is one of the important churches of Varanasi and is located at Girijaghar crossing, Godowlia locality of Varanasi, U.P., India at a distance of about 3.5 km from Cantt. railway station.
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