Of all the states enriched in Indian culture and heritage, Varanasi hogs the limelight. This city, with its rich history and ethnic values, treasures the most visually impressive ghats (river banks) in our country, one of them being the Dashashwamedh Ghat. This ghat is related to two mythical stories. People are divided in their opinion if this was built by Lord Brahma to welcome Lord Shiva, or it was modelled after Lord Brahma sacrificed ten horses during a Dasa-Ashwamedha Yajna.
Built by Peshwa Balaji Baji Rao, this ghat now draws tourists from all over the globe due to an attractive event that happens regularly. A multitude of priests performs Ganga Aarti daily by moving the deepam in the rhythmic tune of bhajans. You can always find tourists dressed in traditional Indian clothes, sitting along the banks of the Ganges and seeping in Indian traditions and faiths. Priests also explain the Bhagwad Gita to them in English.
At India Imprints, we suggest you to witness this Indian glory and soak in the ambience of divine holiness and visual-tranquillity.