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Varanasi Kashi Vishwanath Temple Abhishek

Dress Code: Men must remove shirt and vest during Abhishek

Men: White Pancha, Dhoti/ Kurta, Pyjama.
Female: Saree with blouse/ Punjabi Dress with Dupatta / Chudidhar with Dupatta/ Half Saree

Pooja duration: 45 mins – 1 hour 30 mins.

Varanasi Temple Darshan Online Booking
15 days advance booking available for the Special darshan tickets.
Two days to 45 days booking allowed.

The crowd will be high on Monday, Saturday, Sunday, Karthik Masa, Sivaratri days and Other festival days.
Children under 12 years are allowed with no charges.
Abhishek is performed to the main deity. The devotees are allowed to touch the Shiv Linga.
Men must remove Shirt and Vest during Abhishek.

Pooja / Darshan Details
Mangla Aarti 
Mangla aarti is important because it is first aarti in the morning.The Scriptures talk of the “Brahma muhurta” hour. It means one hour and a half before the sun comes up. This time is very auspicious because the sun is pushing all of the energies of the Earth from a sleeping stage to an awakened stage. Similarly it is pushing the mind, the intelligence, and the bodies of all the living entities from a sleeping stage to a higher stage of awakening. Therefore, mangla aarti is calculated to be at that time, and if we give our attention and energy towards glorifying the Lord, it is very beneficial and auspicious to begin the day hearing and chanting about the glories of the Lord.

Terms and Conditions
The Aarti begins between 3:00-4:00 AM every morning.
Devotees are allowed to enter the temple between 2:30-3:00 AM.
Entry Point is Gate No.1 (Dhundi Raj Ganesh).
Entry for children below the age of 12 years is free.
It is compulsory to show ticket at the entry point of the temple.
Entry to Temple is subjected to District Admission approval.

Varanasi is a sacred and oldest city of the world located at the banks of the holy River Gange. Where, Gange aarti is performed daily in the evening by a group of priests at the Dashashwamedh ghat. Through the aarti, Agni Pooja is performed in which a commitment is made to the Lord Shiva, Mata Gange, Surya, Agni (Fire) as well as the whole universe made by the Lord Shiva. On some special occasions, religious festivals and second day of the week means Tuesdays, a particular type of aarti is held at this ghat.

Gange aarti is the magnificent event during evening in the Varanasi that one must not miss to see it. It makes us to experience the great feelings while Gange aarti become in process. This beautiful ritual makes every moment of the evening period special and fills with the spiritual thoughts. It is performed by the brass lamps which accompanied with the mantra chant in the presence of the huge crowd.

All the priests who have to perform the aarti, wear same cloth, the dhoti and kurta which is tightly bind with a long towel. First they make preparation of the Gange aarti by making collection of the five elevated planks, a multi tiered oil lamp, an idol of the Goddess Ganga, flowers, incense sticks, a conch shell, a big and heavy brass lamp having a snake hood at the edge of the River Gange. A group of boats filled with devotees come around the place of aarti at the bank of River. They are very eager to see the event; some of them take live video, photos as well. Ritual of the Gange aarti is performed by the students of the Vedas and Upanishads which is lead by the head priest of the Gangotri Seva Samiti. The whole event takes around 45 minutes.

Timing of Gange Aarti
Gange aarti takes place at 6.45 PM in the evening after the sunset for around 45 minutes at the Dashashwamedh ghat in the Varanasi. Devotees have started to come to see the Gange aarti at least one hour before.

A group of young priests starts aarti in a well organized manner by having a lighting lamp in their hand, start a rhythmic chant of mantras. An announcement at 7.00 pm indicates the beginning of the aarti. Music starts by someone and priests involving in the aarti stood up to begin the Gange aarti. Devotees at present make clapping together with the chanting of the mantras. Priests blown the conch shells in between the aarti very loudly and aarti continues with the incense sticks. After completing the mantras, priests do aarti with the multi-tiered brass lamps having firing camphor or kapoor. Gange aarti ends up with the final aarti and after that the environment become very silent.

Pind Pradan is the famous ritual in Kashi and it is believed as the only process of freeing the Atma (spirit of the dead) from the cycle of rebirth. Pind Daan in Gaya and Varanasi is regarded as the mandatory thing for all Hindu followers and it should be performed with the best pandit for Pind Daan in Gaya or Kashi in order to bring salvation to the departed souls. It is believed that no work can be successfully performed without the blessing of ancestors and doing of Pind Dhan. Varanasi is one of the ancient cities in India and plays a major role in Hinduism. Tirth Kshetra Purohit understands your religious requirements and we ensure the provision of the best Pandit for Pind Daan in Gaya and Varanasi. You can also book telugu pandits in Varanasi who are experienced in conducting such Hindu rituals.

Pind Daan in Varanasi is the only religious and spiritual process as per our Hindu Scriptures that helps in bringing peace to the restless deceased souls. There are various holy places where Pind Daan can be performed including Allahabad, Kashi, and Haridwar, but performing Pind Daan in Gaya is considered to be sacred, because of the high religious significance of the city.

In Hindu belief, after death, the soul of human being still remains in this materialistic world. It becomes difficult for the dead person to detach himself/herself from this world. However, the love, affection, and kindness towards his/her family, relatives, and friends make his/her soul stay in this materialistic world and prevents him to go for the extreme and ultimate departure. As a result, it would be very painful for the departed souls to be in a bodiless state. He/she wants to do many things but cannot. They don’t even wish to make themselves free from this materialistic world. According to Hindu belief, performing Pind Daan in Gaya or Varanasi gives an ultimate relief to the deceased souls and paves them the way for their departure to the ultimate world of peace. Thus, Varanasi rituals like Asthi Visarjan, Anna Shradh, and Pind Daan in Gaya should be performed compulsorily to bring salvation (mukti) for the departed souls. We at Tirth Kshetra Purohit ensure that you get the best Pandit for Pinda Pradanam in Varanasi.

With this Varanasi ritual being performed by sons, the soul of the dead attains moksha (salvation) and finds his/her way to heaven. As per our ancient texts, Pind Daan, also known as ‘Pitar’ is a process of paying homage to the deceased ancestors in the family.