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Kashi Vishwanath Temple is most important Jyotirling being located in Kashi. It is said that Kashi or Varanasi is most loved place to lord shiva and it is considered to be situated on trident of Shiva. Kashi or Varanasi is also said to be oldest living city in the world as well "City of Salvation" or Moksha.
Kashi Vishwanath temple is one of the most ancient temple in India. It was last reconstructed or makeover work done in 1780 by Maharani Ahilyabai Holkar of Indore. Temple is located in densely populated narrow lanes of old city and this is huge problem to manage pilgrims gathering throughout the year. Government have decided to give massive makeover to nearby area of Kashi Vishwanath temple to make it Kashi Vishwanath Temple Corridor with 600 crore fund. Corridor will connect holy Ganga river Manikarnika & Lalita Ghat through 50 feet wide lane. This lane will be completely based on Kashi Vishwanath temple history and comfort to pilgrims. It will include many ancient temples came out during makeover from old buildings, Museum, Anna Kshetra, Shops, Yaghshala and stay facility for pilgrims.
This will help Varanasi to manage current pilgrim crowds and it will become capable of handling huge potential pilgrim growth in coming years. This will help in growth of number of visitors to Varanasi.
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Varanasi is famously known as city of Lord Shiva. It is said that city is situated on trident of Shiva. As pilgrim millions of Yatri visit Varanasi each year for Darshan of Jyotirling Sri Kashi Vishwanath Temple and other very important temples in Kashi Khand.
When we talk about Kashi and its temples then it is very important to mention Shiva temple of high importance for pilgrim which they should visit during yatra. Most important is Kashi Vishwanath Temple, Kal Bhairao & Eight Bhairao temples which are located in different locations of Kashi.
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