The city of Varanasi is one of the most ancient living cities in the world. Located along the Holy River Ganga this place is a sacred place for all the Hindus, Jains and Buddhists. Where the Vindhya ranges of mountains are straddles the state of Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, and Chhattisgarh.The Vindhya- Varanasi Circuit region not only has the religious and spiritual significance but also is amongst the richest region in mineral wealth. The circuit consists of three destinations Varanasi, Chunar, and Vindhyachal and each of these cities have their own beauty and significance.


The city of Chunar is 40 km away from Varanasi. This city is situated in the Vindhya ranges and is a unique mix of religion, history, and nature. The town of Chunar is existing in a triangular form with the right bank of the Holy River Ganga and the left bank of the Jirgo. The Forest in the Vindhya ranges along the Ganges is an ideal site for a day of trekking. Chunar also has a Fort which is along the River Ganga a place which is not to be missed.


The city of Vindhyachal is situated on the Banks of River Ganga near Mirzapur and it is one of the most revered places of India. The city is also known as the temple city as it has the three Shaktipeeths of goddess Vindhyavasini, Ashtabhuja, and Kalikhoh which constitute the sacred Trikona Parikrama a popular ritual among the pilgrims who visit. This place is said to be the adobe of divine power and blessings and a huge number of people visit this famous temple throughout the year.


The city of Varanasi is a legendary and one of the most ancient cities in India. The city is located along the Holy River Ganga and has many Ghats and many famous temples like the Kashi Vishwanath Temple. A trip to this city is sure to leave a lasting impression on everyone who comes here. The evening Ganga Aarti at the Dashashwamedha Ghat is not to be missed. This vibrant city is famous for its street food and Banarasi silk saree. A visit to Varanasi is a spiritually cleansing experience.