Hare Rama Guest House

House No.-D21 / 24, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, 221001, India | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Varanasi

A stroll down Mad Dog Alley

A travel blog entry by maguiregibson

After spending two days travelling to Khajuraho we were easy targets for our hotelier to convince us to take a car to Satna for the connecting overnight train to Varanasi. It was expensive but we were short of time and it gave us nearly an extra day. Anyway... we did it and that was that. The car journey was uneventful, as was the overnight train …

Death and the holy pyres of Varanasi

A travel blog entry by heathermatthews


... hours later your body is ashes, the chief mourner takes water from the Ganges in an earthen pot, stands with his back to the fire and throws the pot and water onto the ashes. He walks away and does not look back. Tears are not permitted as this will keep the spirit on earth. The fires burn 24 hours a day,everyday. 300 bodies are cremated a day. There is more information under some of the pictures


Varanasi and Sarnath

A travel blog entry by richmiketrav


... its own way. A slightly built old man took the oars of our heavy boat, turned upstream and had to row very hard to make headway against the strong current. As dawn came, it revealed a misty, overcast morning which did not help to lift the dowdiness of most of the buildings behind the ghats or obscure the dirty water or the rubbish on the banks. A number of once grand palaces, now fallen on hard times, are interspersed with other equally rundown buildings ...

Leave your good shoes at home!

A travel blog entry by martycindy


... takes us to a tuk tuk and we make our way from the train station to the outskirts of the Old City. It's cold, cloudy and wet outside...that's the easy part...

Varanasi – Brace yourself. You're about to enter one of the more blindingly colourful, unrelentingly chaotic and unapologetically indiscreet places on earth. Also known as Benares, this is one of the world's oldest continually inhabited cities and is regarded as one of Hinduism's seven holy ...

The Ganges

A travel blog entry by deepakandnigel


A huge giant of a river, calmly going about his business despite the frenetic human activity taking place on his sides. The fog which has been over this vast area of India since we arrived here added to its majestic qualities. The whole length of the river through Veranasi has a 'promenade' - and all human life takes place there. Beggars, traders, religious activities, bathing ( as in washing the body), laundry, fishing, boating, cremations and water burials. Their belief that ...

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