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Here are some guidelines that you should follow and avoid while visiting the Temples under Pawan Path Yatra, Varanasi Uttar Pradesh.


  • Always rely on authentic websites or booking centre for tickets, tours and hotel bookings.
  • Take care of Your belongings.
  • Always keep your travel documents, passport, tickets etc. carefully
  • Exchange money only at official exchange counters and banks.
  • Respect the traditions and culture of Varanasi and its people.
  • Cooperate for the rituals of the Temple while visiting.
  • Check the timings of the temples before visiting.
  • Learn few words of local language that are commonly used here.
  • Only hire guides that are approved by the government and have license.
  • Always keep the contact details, Email address of your Hotel or tour Operator
  • Dispose the garbage in dustbin available nearby you or carry the same in a paper bag till you find one to dispose.


  • Do not litter, help us in maintaining the temple clean.
  • Do not take any photographs of individuals without their consent or while they are bathing in the river that may make people embarrassed.
  • Do not take any photographs and videos in the prohibited areas. Do not use Drone Camera without prior permission of police/administration/authorities.
  • Don’t smoke or consume alcohol at public places and religious spots.
  • Do not drive on Indian roads unless you are well-aware about Indian roads and drive to the left of the road.
  • Do not give any offensive comment about any religion.
  • Do not buy or book hotels/bus/air/railway tickets through strangers or unauthorized agents.
  • Do not accept edibles or drinks from any strangers.
  • Do not hire transportation from unlicensed operators.
  • Do not ask for a plastic bag from any shop as the same is banned in the city.

Follow these guidelines and make your journey happy and joyful.

Last updated on June 30, 2019 at 6:51 am