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Q1: What is Pawan Path Yatra? Why it is important for Hindus?

Pawan Path Yatra is a Circuit of Prominent Temples of Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh that are categorized under 10 Pilgrimage Yatra which allows reverents to seek benediction and attain Moksha. It includes 100+ prominent temples of the holy city, which are still unexplored. The site contains brief details of various temples in Kashi as enumerated in Kashi Khand, their exact location, the type of puja/arties performed in the temples 360 degree View etc.
Kashi- the city of Moksha”, provides immense opportunities for teerth Yatras, one of them is Pawan Path Yatra which is believed to provide spiritual peace to the reverents by the Darshan of various Hindu deities and unveiling faith for the mythological importance of the temples.

Q2: Which of the 10 Pilgrimage Yatras are included in the Pawan Path Yatra?

The 10 Pilgrimage Yatra under the Pawan Path Yatras are:

Q3: Is there any starting point or ending point of the Pawan Path Yatra?

There is no starting point or ending point for this Yatra, Each temple has its own mythological importance. One can visit any temple to worship and perform Rituals.

Q4: What does the 10 Yatras under Pawan Path Yatra signifies?

The 10 Yatras under Pawan Path Yatra signifies following:

  • Kashi Bhairav Yatra – Temples dedicated to 10 Forms of Lord Bhairav
  • Nau Gauri Yatra – Temples dedicated to 9 Forms of goddess Gauri
  • Nau Durga Yatra – Temples dedicated to 9 Forms of goddess Durga
  • Kashi Mein Char Dham Yatra– Temples considered as a replica of four Char Dham in India
  • Dwadash Jyotirlinga Yatra – Temples dedicated to the 12 Forms of Jyotirlinga
  • Dwadash Aditya Yatra – Temples dedicated to the 12 Forms of Lord Surya (Sun)
  • Ashta Vinayak Yatra – Temples dedicated to the 8 Forms of Lord Ganesha
  • Ashta Pradhan Vinayak Yatra – Temples dedicated to the 8 Forms of Lord Ganesha
  • Ekadash Vinayak Yatra – Temples dedicated to the 11 Forms of Lord Ganesha
  • Kashi Vishnu Yatra – Temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu.

These pages have individual pages of the temples under particular Yatra given at the bottom of the page and the floating icon written temple on it on the left side of every Yatra page comprises of a brief description, exact location of the temple, the type of puja/arties performed in that temple and its Photo Gallery with the 360 degree View, HD Photographs and videos etc.

Q5: How can I get to know about Yatras under Pawan Path yatra?

Every Yatra has its respective Page which can be accessible through the Pawan Path Yatra menu from the header or the 2nd section on the homepage.

Q6: How can I get to know about a Particular Temple under various Yatras of Pawan Path yatra?

Every Temple has its respective Page which can be accessible through the links given at the bottom of the each Yatra Page or by clicking on the floating icon written temple on it on the left side of every Yatra page.

Q7: How will I able to know that the Particular Temple is under which Yatra?

The User can search about a particular temple in the search bar. To know, in which Yatra particular temple lies can be seen through sitemap given at the top of the every webpage.

Q8: From where do we get the details of the Upcoming Festival & Fairs of a particular Temple?

The Visitor can get the details of Upcoming Fairs and Festivals at the section present at the Homepage. The Visitor can click on the Button View All to see the complete list of Upcoming fairs and festivals date-wise of this Year

Q9: How can we search the location of a particular temple?

In the Homepage, under the section of geographical locations of temples, select the yatra from the drop down menu under which your desired temple is listed, the list of the temples lie in your selected yatra will appear. Select the temple for which you are searching for location, a popup window will appear on the map given. Click on Read More, you will be redirected to the Temple page where you can find the location at the bottom of the page. Similarly you can go directly through the yatra pages to find the temple page as suggested earlier.

Q10: What is the source of the Information given for a particular temple under various Yatras?

The information about the temples given under Pawan Path Yatra as enumerated in Kashi Khand, Shiv Puran, and Varanasi Vaibhav. Some of the information has been collected through Surveys taken from priests and caretakers of the temple.

Q11: Where can we access the Virtual tours, High resolution Photographs and videos of a Particular temple?

To access the Virtual tours, High resolution Photographs and videos of a Particular temple, user can find the media gallery section by scrolling down the Homepage click on the view all section, he/she will be redirected to the page containing Virtual Tours, HD Photos and Videos Yatra wise or else He/she can visit the webpage of respective temple to view the Virtual Tours, HD Photos and Videos of a particular temple.

Q12: How to Lodge a Grievance on Pawan Path Portal?

The option to Lodge a Grievance is at the bottom of the website under the Helpdesk menu at the Homepage.
Follow the steps given below to Lodge a grievance on Pawan Path Portal:

  • Fill the Applicant’s Name, E-mail Id and Mobile number and select your domicile from the drop down menu.
  • Fill your complete postal address and grievance in detail in the given text boxes.
  • Upload the grievance related document or image by clicking on choose file link if any.
  • The attachment should be in the format of Pdf, jpg and jpeg and the size should be less than 20KB.
  • To proceed further click on the Send OTP button.
  • The OTP will be sent to the contact number provided by you in details.
  • Fill the correct OTP in the given text box. If you didn’t get the OTP, click on Resend OTP button.
  • After filling the OTP click on Proceed button.
  • Once your OTP has been verified successfully, click on the Submit button.
  • Your grievance will be submitted successfully.
  • Note down the registration id given in the popup window and the same is sent to your registered mobile no. for future reference.

Q13: How to send a feedback on Pawan Path Portal?

The option to submit your feedback is under Contact Us Section at the Top Menu or at the bottom of the website under the Share menu at the Homepage.
Follow the steps given below to submit your Feedback on Pawan Path Portal:

  • Fill the Applicant’s Name, E-mail Id, Mobile number and select your domicile from the drop down menu.
  • Fill your complete postal address and comment/ suggestions in detail in the given text boxes.
  • To proceed further click on the Send OTP button.
  • The OTP will be sent to the contact number provided by you in the details.
  • Fill the correct OTP in the given text box.  If you didn’t get the OTP, click on Resend OTP button.
  • After filling the OTP click on Proceed button.
  • Once your OTP has been verified successfully, click on the Submit button.
  • Your feedback will be submitted successfully.

Q14: How to subscribe for e-newsletter on Pawan Path Portal?

The Option to subscribe  e-newsletter is given at the bottom of the website. Fill the email Id and click on subscribe to receive e-newsletter.

Q15: How to turn on Push Notification on Pawan Path Portal?

When the website is loaded completely, user will get an option to allow/disallow for Push Notification. Once the user clicks on Allow, He/she will start receiving Push notification of latest updates, Else click on the Blue tab written Get Notification on the right side of Homepage to receive Push Notification.

Q16: How to comment or share views on Pawan Path Portal?

This Option is given in the Official blog to register and share your opinions with us.

Q17: Where will we get the details about Sarnath and other important tourist places of Varanasi?

User will find the information of Sarnath and Other important tourist places of Varanasi in the menu Explore Varanasi.

Last updated on July 2, 2019 at 6:28 am