is nearly 6 Km. of the main Mandir. It is set in a Vast campus, covering about
2,000 acres nearly. Huge multi-stored buildings for classes, big hostels for
scholars and well-built quarters for staff feast the eyes of the visitors and
recall to their memory, the indifatiguisble efforts taken by Madan Mohan Malavya,
one of the greatest sons of India, and the founder of this greatest seat of
oriental learning. And the adorable munificence of Maharaja of Varanasi, the
inimitable donor too. The Shiva temple built by Birlas in white marble is the
crest jewel of the vast campus. The Bharat Kala Bhavan Museum, inside the campus
contains several invaluable paintings of various Indian schools and sculpturals
exhibits. Hence attraction.
is lies at about 12 km from Railway Station. It is the centre of Buddhist world,
with gegantic buildings, embellished with excel lent architectural marvels,
built by several nationals, like Chinese, Burmease, Tibetan etc., housing the
grand images of Buddha in reclining, sitting and standing postures draw all
kinds of people for reverent prayers Buddha preached his first sermon here in the
third century B.C. Ashoka, the marshal - monk - monarch erected many monuments
and amongst them, Dhamarajika, Dhamekh stupa and the legant monolithic pillar
surmounted by a magnificent lion capital are visit worthy.
is situated on the other side of Ganga. It is the residential place of the
Maharaja of Varnasi. It is housing the Royal Museum, besides an old temple
dedicated to Maharshi Vyas. So this place named Vyasakasi too once. The museum
possesses an impressive, collection of arms, furniture, in addition to an
antique clock, deserving an indispensable visit.