Spiritual Yatra

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  • 12 Surya Yatra

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    The ‘Ganga Aarti’ of Kashi is world famous in which foreign tourists also participate. There is the mention of 12 suns in Veda and Puran. Every one month belong to each sun. This article is dedicated to the origin and story of these 12 suns.

  • 56 Ganesh Yatra

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    “There is no father better than Lord Vishwanath, there is no mother better than Goddess Parvati either and no one can find any son better than Ganesha in all the Lokas.”

  • Ganga Puja / Yatra

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    The Ganga is a river of myriad moods and mythic memories that rush turbulently from its source in the Himalaya to meander through the plains as its flows to meet the sea.

  • Nav Devi Darshan Yatra

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    Navagauri Devi Yatra in Varanasi is celebrated during chaitra Navratri. Varanasi is one of the best places to watch out for Navagauri devi yatra celebrations. Nine Navagauri Goddesses installed at and around Varanasi

  • Nav Durga Yatra

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    Navdurga Darshan Yatra in Varanasi is celebrated during Sharad Navratri. Varanasi is one of the best places to watch out for Navratri Durga Puja celebrations. According to Skanda Purana, Bhagwati Durga along with Kaalratri and other forms of Goddesses, protect Kashipuri from all the four directions. Hence, devotees should worship Maa Durga.

  • PanchKoshi Yatra

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    Panch Koshi Yatra (Parikrama) is the most significant festival for the women in India. There is a myth that Panch Koshi Parikrama will complete only when the devotee will pass through the five great places that’s why it has named so behind this.

  • Shri Asht Bhairav Darshan Yatra

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    Kala Bhairav is the guardian deity of Kashi. He occupies the position of a guard/ watchman with a dog as his vehicle, and is regarded as one of the forms of Shiva himself. In Kashi, there are 8 Bhairav temples, collectively called AshtaBhairav.

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