Southern City Heritage Walk

Southern City Heritage Walk
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Welcome to Southern City Heritage Walk

According to the holy testament of Hinduism, the southern part of the heritage city is said to be the most sacred part of Varanasi.

It is a walk which begins from the southern most front of the Ganga River and passes through the holy ponds, sacred temples, on to the landscape of the mystical 16th Century Poet Goswami Tulsidas, who is the re-teller of the great Hindu epic ‘RAMAYAN’. A visit to a sacred well, the water from this well is believed to have the powers to treat infertility.

The walk continues through the courtyards of Muslim silk weavers, who have been hand-weaving, the beautiful and intricately designed Silk Saris/Scarves since centuries in their ancestral houses. The walk continues on to the Bengali Tola, a suburb of Bengali community and the walk ends at the spiritual bathing site called ‘Dassaswamedh’, which literally means the place where ten-horse were sacrificed.

The walk takes approx 3 hours and can be taken up anytime between 8.00 to 16.00 hrs. If you have any specific time preferences we will try our best to adjust the walk as per your specific time requirements. The cost, including pick up from your hotel, is INR 1600 per person (1-2 persons), INR 1400 per person (3-4 persons) and INR 1200 per person ( 5 or more persons). This walk also includes 1 stop-over for some rest and a complimentary Tea/Coffee break.





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Cost

INR 1600/- per person (1-2)
INR 1400/- per person (3-4)
INR 1200/- per person (5-more)

Schedule Timing

The walk takes approx 3 hours and can be taken up anytime between 8.00 to 16.00 hrs. If you have any specific time preferences we will try our best to adjust the walk as per your specific time requirements.

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To book this walk please click here and fill the booking form. We will contact you as soon as possible.

Address: HOMESTAY D-61/16,Sidhgiri Bagh, Varanasi-221010.India.

Phone: +91 9415449348

Email: walkingforhappiness@gmail.com, harishrijhwani@gmail.com