Burning Ghats of Varanasi
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Burning Ghats of Varanasi

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Below is Manikarnika, the larger of the two Cremation Ghats. Here in the early morning mostly cleaning up is being done, yet if you look closely you will see some wrapped bodies laying around waiting for cremation. If you want to see true Indian culture, Varanasi is a wonderful place to visit. Not only is it an extremely beautiful place but you will see some incredible sights and experience true spirituality there. Varanasi really is a feast for the senses.

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A: Lalita Ghat, near Nepali Temple, Ganges River Varanasi

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This is the Lalita Ghat, the red building up to the right is the Nepali Temple. Upriver you can see s...

Lalita Ghat, near Nepali Temple, Ganges River Varanasi

B: Man Mandir Ghat, Varanasi Ganges River

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View from a rowing boat along the Ganges River og the Man Mandir Ghat and to the right is the Dashash...

Man Mandir Ghat,  Varanasi Ganges River

C: Shit Slinger

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Typically people in India wake up very early. By the time the sun was up, so are most of the local pe...

Shit Slinger

D: Rajendar Prasad Ghat Varanasi

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Rajendra Prasad Ghat on the Ganges River, Pilgrims Bathing and in prayer as the sun sinks low on the ...

Rajendar Prasad Ghat Varanasi

E: Varanasi Ghats No.01

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The bustle of life at one of the bathing Ghats in Varanasi. The ghats are where the people come to ba...

Varanasi Ghats No.01

F: Varanasi Ghats No.02

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People have no problem stopping to stare in this country, but more often with a barrage of obligitory...

Varanasi Ghats No.02

G: Varanasi Fire Puja (Standing)

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After having adjusted to the culture shock of Kathmandu in Nepal, the old city of Varanasi was on ano...

Varanasi Fire Puja (Standing)

H: Varanasi Fire Puja (Dashashwamedh Ghat) No.1

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After having adjusted to the culture shock of Kathmandu in Nepal, the old city of Varanasi was on ano...

Varanasi Fire Puja (Dashashwamedh Ghat) No.1

I: Dashashwamedha Ghat Varanasi

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The Dasaswameda Ghat. This is the busiest and the most ancient referred ghat. According to the myth r...

Dashashwamedha Ghat Varanasi

J: Ganges Sunrise Boatride

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An unforgetable boat ride down the Ganges, watching the sunrise. This is a place I've wanted to visit...

Ganges Sunrise Boatride

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