VARANSHI GHAT-IN THE HOLY FEET OF GANGA


VARANSHI GHAT-IN THE HOLY FEET OF GANGA














Varanasi has about 100 Ghats. The life of the famous and oldest ferry pier dasasavamegha, manikarnaika and Harishchandra.

 Some famous people from Banaras called Ghat for their name. Many sea-ports share the stories of the Varanasi, including Kasi Naresh Shivala or Kali Ghat.
Most of the Ghats were built at the time of Maratha. Maratha, holakara, Asha, sindesa (skendiya), and pesave (Peshwa) are from the UFW of the present Varanasi. The morning ride in Varanasi is known throughout the world as a tourist's tourist destination.



In Varanasi there are rivers on the banks of the river Ganga. There are 88 sheep in the city. Most fences are bathing and worshiping fairs, while two fences use special make-up areas.


After 1700, when most of the Varanasi fences were rebuilt when part of the Maratha Empire [2] The current running track is Maratha, Shinde (Scandia), Hollar, Bhansals and Peshwa (Patience). Many people are called legends or myths when many ownership is owned. A morning rush on the Ganges is a favorite place for guests.

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