Wild safari in Varanasi

To the south of the Vishwanath Temple is Benaras Hindu University, which was founded by Sanskrit scholar, Madan Mohan Malviya. Within the campus of the university is the famed Bharat Kala Bhavan Museum, which is renowned for its rich collection of Indian paintings. The paintings date back to between 11th century and 20th century and are about 12000 in number. The Mughal miniatures, the sculpture of marriage of Shiva and Parvati and the 11th century statue of Vishnu and the Gandhara sculpture are the major attractions here. Ramnagar Fort is situated across the river beyond the Asi ghat. Built in the 17th century, this fort has been the home to royals of Varanasi for over 400 years. Although almost in ruins today, the palace still retains its charm. One can still witness the ornamented swords, photographs of tiger shoots and visits by the King and Queen of Belgium can be seen decorated on the wall. The Durbar Hall of the fort is converted into a museum, where several objects like palanquins and elephant howdahs are on display.

The list of places to visit in Varanasi would be incomplete without including the famed Kashi Vishwanath Temple. Dedicated to Lord Shiva, this temple is one of the 12 Jyotirlingas and has also been referred to in the holy scriptures. The temple structure as it stands today consists of a series of smaller shrines located in the Vishwanath Galli. More info on Jungle safari Varanasi.

Durga temple is also called as the Monkey temple. Do not confuse it with the temple for Monkey God. This temple literally has huge number of monkeys in the complex. This is one of the reasons to why children would love to visit this place. Located near Durga Kund, this temple has an iconic red color. Built in 18th century, this temple was commissioned by the queen of Bengal. The pond (Durga Kund) lies very close to the temple. On each corner of the pond, there is a watchtower to get a great view of the region. From the airport, you can find various transportation to reach the temple. It is just 2 km away from BHU and 13 km from Cantt Varanasi. You can find autos, cabs and rickshaws to the temple, easily.

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