Know About Jano Banaras
Jano Banaras is a place where tourist gets the right information, history, important contacts, photos, and videos of Varanasi Tourist Places. When any person makes a plan to roam somewhere, he first wants to know which place to visit and find photos and videos of that place. Jano Banaras makes very easy for you to get the information and photos or videos of any places. With all this, it gives us live events of any program through Youtube, Facebook, Twitter, and social platforms. So we are always ready to provide your service and we feel very good to help you. Jano Banaras the goal of Banaras is that all the tourists who come or are thinking of coming of Banaras can be fully assisted. As the name itself suggests, Jano Benares gives us all information about Varanasi.
Varanasi Short Information
Varanasi is also known as Kashi, Banaras (Benaras), Shiv Nagari, Mahadev ki Nagari and it is located in Uttar Pradesh, India. Banaras have many tourist places and some of the tourist places are very famous in the world. This city has more than 100 ghats. In this city, all people get Salvation. That’s why people who are dying come into Kashi. In Banaras, there is Sarnath where Gautam Buddha taught the first true lesson to his students. There are many temples in this city and they have own different importance. The sweets here are very famous all over the world and people from all over the world come to taste the sweet here.
History of Banaras
Varanasi is one of the oldest cities in the world and this city belongs to Hindu Gods Shiv. According to Hindu Mythology, Banaras was created by Hindu God Shiv. There was a war between Lord Shiv and Lord Brahma centuries ago. During this battle, Lord Shiv tore one of the five heads of Lord Brahma. As per custom, the conqueror took his enemy’s head in his hand and went to his home. By doing this, the winners indicate their bravery to everyone. Lord Shiv disrespected Lord Brahma’s head in many ways and kept it with him at all times. Once Lord Shiv had come to Kashi and Lord Brahma’s head which was hanging in the hand of Shiv suddenly fell on the ground. He disappeared as soon as the head fell on the ground and for this reason, Kashi is considered a very holy place.