Top 05 Temples of Varanasi, where you must visit one time

Top 10 Temples of Varanasi

Short Intro:

Varanasi is a city of temples. In other words, we also say that there are lots of temples in this city. In India, there are many cities and these cities have their own quality for popularity. But Varanasi/Banaras, have their own special quality for popularity. Banaras is the Hindu God Shiv place. This city people are a child of the Hindu God Shiv. Mahadev is another name of Shiv.

If you come to Varanasi city then you must visit these temples which we listed. Because Jano Banaras always searching and researching new places or information for you. Jano Banaras is always ready for you and he also gives you unique contents & right information. Let’s see our list of temples.

1. Shri Kashi Vishwanath Temple

Shri Kashi Vishwanath Temple

Shri Kashi Vishwanath Temple is the first number of our top 07 list of temples. Because this is the oldest temple and this temple is dedicated to Hindu God Shiv. Shiv is a more powerful god compare to the other gods. If you come to this temple and pray, then Shiva fulfills your wish. It is not necessary that where you are and what your caste is. Because God has made everyone the same. It’s situated near to the banks of the river Ganga.

Shri Kashi Vishwanath Temple is the temple that Lord Shiva himself has left his mark. There are 12 places all over India where Lord Shiva left his mark. And Shri Kashi Vishwanath Temple is one of them. If you want to full history of Shri Kashi Vishwanath Temple then you go to “History Shri Kashi Vishwanath Temple”.

Address: Vishwanath Gali, Godowlia, Varanasi.

Distance to Cantt: Near about 08 kilometers.

Timings: 04:30 A:M to 11:00 P:M (Open for All Days)

Best Time to Visit: Maha Shivratri and every night after 10:00 P:M.

2. Sankata Devi Temple

Top 10 Temples of Varanasi

One of the most famous temples in Varanasi City. It is near to Sindhia Ghat. This temple has a four-armed idol. This temple has a four-armed idol. People worship with full hearts in this temple. In this temple, you get a big lion statue. This lion statue is the vehicle of Sankata Devi. After this, you can also see nine planets statues. On both sides of Goddess Sankata Devi, there are two gods. And the two gods are Hanuman and Kaal Bhairav. According to old stories, the Pandavas worshiped Sankatha Devi in this temple during their exile. After performing the worship, the Pandavas continued their journey.

Address: CK 21/20, Shitala Gali, Garwasitola, Ghasi Tola, Varanasi.

Distance to Cantt: Near about 06 kilometers.

Timings: 04:30 A:M to 01:00 P:M and 05 P:M to 10:00 P:M (Open for All Days)

Best Time to Visit: Navratri

3. Baba Kaal Bhairav Temple

Varanasi Kaal Bhairav Temple

Baba Kaal Bhairav is an aggressive form of Hindu God Shiv. In this temple, devotees are come to worship to baba Kaal Bhairav. If you want to know the history of Kaal Bhairav then you go to “History of Kaal Bhairav on our website“. This temple is also one of the oldest and famous temples in India. According to old sages, Kaal Bhairav is the guardian angel of Varanasi City. So every person who wants to leave this city needs the permission of God Kaal Bhairav. The reason for leaving the city of Varanasi is any kind, it is compulsory for people to get permission. Kaal Bhairav is the god of all magical creatures. Such as ghosts, vampires, and others.

Address: Near Town Hall, Maidagin Crossing, Varanasi.

Distance to Cantt: Near about 07 kilometers.

Timings: 05:00 A:M to 01:30 P:M and 04:30 P:M to 09:30 P:M (Open for All Days)

Best Time to Visit: Tuesday

4. Maa Annapurna Devi Temple

Top 10 Temples of Varanasi

If you come to Varanasi City and you can’t visit Maa Annapurna Devi Temple then your trip is incomplete. Maa Annapurna Devi is the other form Goddess Maa Parvati. In this temple, people are coming to take blessings. Maa looks at everyone with the same eyes as her son. Maa is worshiped in this temple for a generous provider of food and nutrition. In this temple, you will see two idols of Maa Annapurna Devi. One of the idols is full made of Gold and another is full made of Brass. You can see the brass idol anytime throughout the year. But in the gold idol, there are different conditions. If you want to see the gold idol then you have to plan one day before Diwali. This day is known as “Annakut Day”. On this day, devotees are allowed to see the gold idol of Maa Annapurna Devi.

Address: Vishwanath Gali, Godowlia, Varanasi.

Distance to Cantt: Near about 08 kilometers.

Timings: 04:00 A:M to 10:00 P:M (Open for All Days)

Best Time to Visit: One Day Before Diwali (Annakut Day)

5. Sankat Mochan Hanuman Temple

Top 10 Temples of Varanasi

Sankat Mochan Hanuman Temple is one of the temples where devotees come in a large number. This temple was built by the famous poet Goswami Tulsidas in the 16th century. Lord Hanuman is the only God who can overcome every problem in this Kaliyuga. No matter what the problem is. Hanuman always stands for us. So, come to this temple and worship to Lord Hanuman.

Address: Near Saket Nagar Colony, Sankat Mochan, Durga Kund, Varanasi.

Distance to Cantt: Near about 07 kilometers.

Timings: 05:00 A:M to 10:00 P:M (Open for All Days)

Best Time to Visit: Tuesday and Saturday