Kedareswar Bed & Breakfast, is ideally located at Chowki Ghat, (Near Kedar Ghat). Here you can enjoy breathtaking views of the river and the sunrise from the rooms, the balconies facing the river. Sitting in your private balcony, overlooking the Ganga, you can rest your arms on the table or just pen a poem sipping a cup of coffee. Enjoy the delicious food in our restaurant. Rooms are air-conditioned & have attached bath with hot and cold water at all times.
At Kedareswar Bed & Breakfast, we care for your privacy and comfort. We offer in-room amenities which include individually controlled air conditioning, color television with satellite programme.
we welcome you to share our world and celebrate the connection between ancient and modern, between tradition and innovation, between man and his environment. And all the services are offered to you with grace of superb.
Summers are hot and humid in Varanasi. Day temperatures can rise up to 45° C. Winter is comfortable with average temperatures of around 25° C, though the nights tend to be much cooler at around 7°C. The monsoons arrive at Varanasi in the months of June / July and it rains through till end September & early October.
Varanasi is one of the ancient seats of learning in India and situated between Delhi and Kolkata at a bend in the sacred Ganges River. Home to some of the most ancient and revered monasteries in the world, Varanasi is the place where scholars still come to learn the ancient knowledge of the Vedas and debate on nature of God. For over 2,000 years it has been the religious capital of India, more revered and sacred than all the other places of pilgrimage put together.
This ghat is famous for the huge pipala (Ficus religiosa) tree at the top of the Steps which shelters a great array of stone figures of snakes, nagas. Havell (1905 : 118-119) described this Ghat: “under a fine old pipala-tree, there is a small shrine and a great number of old carved stones, some of Snakes, twined together like Mercuty’s caduceus, with some fine figure sculptures let into the upright face of the platform which surrounds the tree are probably reclis of the early Buddhist period”. Closeby to this tree is the shrine of Rukmangesvara, and at some distance lies Naga Kupa (“Snake Well”). On the occasion of festival honouring snake, Naga Pancami, falling on the 5th light helf of Sravana (July –August), these shrines are especially worshipped. This ghat was built in c. 1790.