GEWICHT: 50 kg
Intime Dienste: Dusch & Badespa?, Extra langes Vorspiel, Vaginal fingern, Fusserotik, Dreier MMF
India has attracted spiritual seekers since time immemorial and one of the holiest places in all of India, and one of the oldest inhabited cities in the whole world, is the ancient city of Varanasi situated on the banks of the holy Ganges river.
There are so many spiritual places in India and Varanasi, also known as Kashi city of life and Benaras, is the most important. Visiting Varanasi is quite an experience as Hindus believe that dying here releases you from the cycle of death and rebirth and being cremated along the holy river Ganges is very auspicious for Hindus and a unique and unforgettable sight for tourists. See here to learn more about why Varanasi is so holy. Allow at least 3 or 4 days in Varanasi to soak it all up.
Keep on reading my Varanasi travel guide for the best things to do, places to stay and eat and more tips for visiting Varanasi. There are many things to do in Varanasi but the best way to understand this city is simply to walk along the ghats and also take time to explore the atmospheric, chaotic, winding lanes of the old city to soak up this unique city.
Stroll along the Ghats — Most of the spiritual activities in Varanasi revolve around the Ghats , which are the riverfront steps along the River Ganges. Pilgrims from all over India come to the Ghats as they believe that taking a dip in the holy river will cleanse their sins away. Dashashwamedh Ghat is the main ghat and is a busy and colourful place full of activity.
Witnessing a burning body can be a strange, emotional and difficult sight but the more you understand about the Hindu culture the easier it is and I found it a less traumatic experience than I thought it would be.