Seth Anandram Jaipuria Smriti Bhawan, Varanasi

Seth Anandram Jaipuria Smriti Bhawan, Varanasi

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Single Bed AC Room (non-attached toilet)

Nestled in the heart of Varanasi, Seth Anand Ram Jaipuria Smriti Bhawan is a homestay that offers visitors a comfortable and relaxing stay in one of India’s most vibrant and historic cities. Named after the philanthropist and industrialist Seth Anand Ram Jaipuria, the bhawan provides modern amenities and traditional Indian hospitality.

Equipped with air-conditioned rooms, free Wi-Fi, 24-hour room service, and a 24-hour front desk, Seth Anand Ram Jaipuria Smriti Bhawan ensures that guests have everything they need for a comfortable stay. The bhawan is located in a quiet and peaceful residential area, providing a perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of the city.

Seth Anand Ram Jaipuria Smriti Bhawan is an ideal base for exploring the rich cultural heritage of Varanasi, with its close proximity to the city’s famous temples, Ghats, and other popular tourist attractions, The homestay offers a variety of room options to meet the needs of solo travellers, couples, and families.

With warm hospitality, tranquil surroundings, and a convenient location, Seth Anand Ram Jaipuria Smriti Bhawan is an excellent choice for visitors seeking a comfortable and affordable stay in Varanasi. Whether you’re looking for a peaceful retreat or a cultural adventure, this homestay provides the perfect destination for your stay in Varanasi.

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Super Deluxe AC Room



₹ 3,500

Deluxe AC Room



₹ 3,150

Semi Deluxe AC Room



₹ 2,300

Double Bed AC Room (Non-Attached Toilet)



₹ 1,700

Single Bed Room (Non Attach)



₹ 1,050

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Places To Visit In Varanasi

Kashi Vishwanath Temple

Situated on the western bank of holy river Ganga in Varanasi, Kashi Vishwanath Temple is one of the 12 Jyotirlingas or temples dedicated to Lord Shiva. The main deity of Kashi Vishwanath Temple is Lord Shiva, also known as Vishwanatha or Vishweshwarar meaning ‘the ruler of the universe’. The city of Varanasi, the cultural capital of India, is thus known as the city of Lord Shiva. The temple has 800 kg of gold plating on its tower.

Sankat Mochan Hanuman Temple

Sankat Mochan Hanuman Temple is a Hindu temple in Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India, and is dedicated to the Hindu God Hanuman. The temple was established by famous Hindu preacher and poet saint Sri Goswami Tulsidas in the early 16th century and is situated on the banks of the Assi river. The deity was named “Sankat Mochan” meaning the “reliever from troubles”.

Assi Ghat

The Asi Ghat is placed at the confluence of the Rivers Assi and Ganga and is famous for the large Shiva Lingam installed under a peepal tree. It has immense religious importance and has been mentioned in the Puranas and in various legends as well.

Ganga Aarti, Varanasi

Ganga Aarti is an important ritual held on a grand scale every morning and evening on the banks of the holy Ganges. The priests perform the Aarti at Dashashwamedh Ghat. The entire Ghat gets illuminated with a divine light that can be felt strongly. The magnificent ritual involves huge brass lamps lit with oil and the priests chant the holy mantras that reverberate in the entire location.

Banaras Hindu University

Banaras Hindu University is an internationally reputed temple of learning, situated in the holy city of Varanasi. This creative and innovative university was founded by the great nationalist leader, Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya, in 1916, through close cooperation with great personalities like Dr. Annie Besant, who viewed it as the University of India. Banaras Hindu University was established by the Parliamentary legislation-B.H.U. Act 1915.

Manikarnika Ghat

Considered as a gateway to the next life, Manikarnika Ghat is a highly sacred riverfront in India. It is believed that spending the last few days of life at the Ghat and completing the rituals of cremation here ensure a painless passing and also a way to attain freedom from the endless cycle of birth and death.