Insight Varanasi Tour "Morning Boat Ride, Sarnath & Ganga Aarti"
Schedule: Begins 30 minutes before sunrise and ends after evening Aarti. There will be two breaks in this tour, one for the breakfast after morning boat ride and old city walk, and one after Sarnath for the lunch. This tour can also be completed from 1st day afternoon to 2nd day afternoon.
Varanasi Insight tour is based on one day or two days tours. This tour is designed for the regular tourist who comes to Varanasi for one or two days but wants to experience to the way of life in India.
Morning boat ride at the dawn followed by old city walk: Boating in the Ganges during the sunrise in Varanasi is the main attraction. We can observe here the Hindu’s way of life on the bank of the river Ganges (Ghats).
Varanasi presents a unique combination of physical, metaphysical and supernatural elements. According to the Hindu mythology, Varanasi liberates the soul from human body to the ultimate. It is the Ganga Ghats of Varanasi that complement the concept of divinity. The Ganga Ghats at Varanasi are full of pilgrims who flock to the place to take a dip in the holy Ganges, which is believed to absolve one from all sins.
There are a number of temples on the bank of the Ganga River in Varanasi. It is at the Ganga Ghats where we see life and death together. There are numbers of Ghat alongside Ganga in Varanasi. Some of the prominent and popular Ghats at Varanasi are the Dasaswamedh Ghat, Manikarnika Ghat, Harischandra Ghat &Kedar Ghat
After boat ride a small walk into the oldest part of Varanasi which is famous for its narrow street.Sarnath: Sarnath in Varanasi, is the place where Buddha chose to deliver his first sermon. It makes Sarnath one of the most venerated Buddhist places. Besides Buddhism, Sarnath is also connected with Jainism.
Sarnath: Sarnath in Varanasi, is the place where Buddha chose to deliver his first sermon. It makes Sarnath one of the most venerated Buddhist places. Besides Buddhism, Sarnath is also connected with Jainism.
There are many Buddhist monuments and edifices at Sarnath. Some of the important Buddhist monuments at Sarnath are the Dhamekha stupa, the Dharmarajika stupa & the Chaukhandi stupa and monasteries and temples of different schools of Buddhism from Japan, China, Thailand, Burma and others. The Indian Buddhist Society called Mahabodhi Society maintains a park around the Buddha temple. The Mahabodhi Temple within the park has a tooth relic of the Buddha.
There is also a vast expanse of ancient ruins at Sarnath. Several Buddhist structures were raised at Sarnath between the 3rd century BC and the 11th century AD, and today it presents the most precious ruins amongst places on the Buddhist trail. The Lion Capital of Ashoka Pillar at Sarnath is the National emblem of India, which is displayed in the archaeological museum in Sarnath.
Evening Aarti: Aarti, also spelt Arathi, is a Hindu ritual, in which light is offered to one or more deities. Aartis also refer to the songs sung in praise of the deity, when the offering of lamps is being offered.
Hindus in India worship the river Ganges as a goddess. Every evening in Varanasi, Aarti is performed at the Dashashwamedh ghat. We can watch it from the ghat or from the waterside in a boat. It is a beautiful, resonant, and majestic spectacle with a very precise choreography involving rituals performed by several priests with the sound of bells, drums, cymbals, and Sanskrit mantras. The river is also worshipped with flower petals.
- Professional Guide [For Safe & Honourable tourism we provide only licenced Guide]
- Monument & Museum Entrance.
- Boat Ride [Morning & Evening]
- Transport [Hotel pickup & drop]
- Hotel, Food & Drink
Note: Minimum Booking for Two people.