One of the oldest surviving cities in the world, Varanasi is called the religious capital of India. Also referred to as Banaras or Banaras, this Celestial City is found within the south-eastern a part of the state of Uttar Pradesh in northern India. It is situated on the left bank of the holy Ganges (Ganga), and is one of the seven holy places of Hindus. Every devotee hopes to visit the city at least once in a Hindu life, take a holy dip at the famous ‘Ghats’ of the Ganges, walk the holy Panchkosi road that binds the city. Both Hindus and non-Hindus from all over the world come to Varanasi for different reasons. Although Varanasi is popularly called the city of Shiva and the Ganges, it was once a city of temples, a city of ‘ghats’, a city of music and a center of salvation or nirvana. For every visitor, Varanasi features a different experience to supply .