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Teerth Guest House

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The Teerth Guest House is situated in the lane next to Kashi Vishwanath temple and Annapurna temple, in the old lane of- Kalika Gali. Despite of being located in lanes, it is the most widely chosen guest house by the tourists because of it being present in the ancient part of city. River Ganga is at about 5 min walking distance from guest house. Maa Vishalakshi temple, another famous goddess shrine is located in close vicinity to it. Ever since its establishment, the guest house has continuously served incoming guests with full vigor and enthusiasm. Varanasi, the city of lanes, and all the lanes giving way to temples and ghats, can be fully explored and enjoyed by staying at our hotel.

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WHY CHOOSE US?...

A: Temples at 2 min walking distance






B: GANGES AND GHATS AT 5 min walking distance






C: DASHASHWAMEDH AND GODOWLLIA IN VICINITY OF GUEST HOUSE






D: OTHER PLACES OF VISIT- (tour can be arranged by hotel as per demand)


About Varanasi

a brief descriptiion of varanasi...


Varanasi is one of the oldest living cities in the world. Many names have been given to Varanasi, though its recently revived official appellation is mentioned in the Mahabharata and in the Jataka tales of Buddhism. It probably derives from the two rivers that flank the city, the Varuna to the north and the Asi to the south.

Varanasi's prominence in Hindu mythology is virtually unrivaled. A city where the past and present, eternity and continuity co-exist. The city of Banaras is situated on the west bank of the holiest of all Indian rivers, the Ganga or Ganges. The Ganga is believed to have flown from heaven to wash away the worldly sins of the human race of mortals. Normally, She flows from North to South across the country, but near the city of Varanasi, She flows from the South to the North, it is alleged that the River wanted to pay respects to Lord Shiva, and thus had to change its course.