Dev Deepawali with Diwali, though both are festival of lights but are extremely different in rituals. Celebrated every year in the sacred city of Varanasi.
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The Devdeepawali Event

On the occasion of Dev Diwali, all the ghats of River Ganga is lighted with thousands of diyas and crowded with pilgrims. This utsav is celebrated every year in the holy city of Varanasi. The festivities can also be witnessed in Gujarat and other northern states of India. In the Indian state of Maharashtra, Dev Diwali is observed on the first day of the month of ‘Margashirsh’. Dev Diwali is commemorated to honour the victory of Lord Shiva over the demon named ‘Tripurasur’. For this reason, this festival is also known as ‘Tripurotsav’. The festival of Dev Diwali coincides with Guru Nanak Jayanti and Jain light festival.

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Do not confuse Dev Deepawali with Diwali, though both are festival of lights but are extremely different in rituals.

Celebrated every year in the sacred city of Varanasi, Dev Deepawali or Dev Diwali, marks Lord Shiva’s victory over demon Tripurasur and comes after 15 days of Diwali.

Therefore, the festival is also known by the name of Tripurotsav and is observed on the day of Kartik Purnima (the full moon day for the Hindus).

On this auspicious day, a large number of devotees come together to take a dip in the holy Ganges.

They pray to goddess Ganga and offer flowers and light clay lamps or diyas in the evening. This act of offering lit-up lamps to the Ganga is called Deepdaan.

As the sun goes down, every single step of the staircases at Varanasi ghats glitter with thousands of diyas, which look absolutely gorgeous. Besides the ghats, all the temples in the city are also beautifully lit by the lamps.

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Not just pressing the shutter button, but we believe in diving deep into the roots of the culture and significance of the rituals of the events we cover. So here’s a log of our explorations, that we love to share with you!


"Great tour!! Guides made it a lot of fun. Felt like I got to see the real India not the tourist only one. They went out of their way to make sure that I went to every place I wanted to go and constantly made sure I was doing well..."well


"What an amazing city Varanasi is. I bet you won't find any other city as fascinating as it is. Unlike other cities, here you see religion, customs and culture s very alive. Tour Varanasi made our trip a memorable one crafting our itinerary in such a way that we could see all the highlights of the city in just one complete day. This Varanasi tour in one day is just so perfect for everyone who has one complete day to spend here. Book it to see everything in detail."

Gargi Kaur,

"What a wonderful time we had in Varanasi. All thanks to Tour Varanasi team for giving us such a wonderful guide and driver who took us to all corners of Varanasi and we saw almost everything in just one day. A must recommend trip to all when coming to Varanasi."

Jitendra Hooda,

"What an incredible experience. Varanasi was our favorite experience of all during our India visit. While it is a long day with both a sunrise and sunset component, it is well worth it. The Aarti experience was almost sensory overload. Highly highly recommend this tour."

Edward Page,

"The best hotel that we have been in Varanasi and India. They gave us a better room than we had booked. Great and clean room with big and beauty bathroom. Very good and mixed breakfast. Room service with nice food. Near of Assi Ghat, the Chowk and many temples. They helped us for what to see giving us a map. If we comeback we want to do it in this hotel"

Arian G,

"The hotel is perfect. When we arrived we were given a superior room that we had taken. And as a welcome a juice that after 12 hours of travel, is great!!!!! The room is large, very clean. The air conditioning works great. And the bathroom is very large and comfortable. The bed is very comfortable and big. The staff is very attentive and they have helped us in what we need. If you want you have room service and the food is very good, the exquisite noodles! The location is perfect. Near to ghats and in a part where you see the culture and there is a market. If I go back to Varanasi I would definitely come here."

Perro F,

“We some friends visited Varanasi and also enjoyed our time in the city of Lord Shiva's home town. On the occasion of 'Guru Nanak Birthday' we take bath in holy Ganga. We came to know from locals big and beautiful festival known as Dev Deepawali also celebrated the city on same period in Evening. All ghats are decorated with Divas and lighting and also enjoyed our day an Evening at different ghats also Bless the Ganga Aarti very big and beautiful show,strongly Recommended must see.”

Yogendra Chadda,

"My wife and I stayed at the heritage inn for two nights at the end of our trip to India. After a long journey, we were happy to find this place - the rooms are big, clean and extremely comfortable! The hotel is just a short walk away from assi ghat were you can start your boat trip down the Ganges, too. I can highly recommend staying here!"

Manni Hoffman,
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