Luxury Resort in Varanasi
Varanasi or Banaras as it is also known, is overwhelming. Unlike many of the cities that you have visited, this city goes on in spite and not because of its visitors. It is a city that requires you to be sensitive, spiritual, careful and open minded – even if the experience is not quite the one you expected. So plunge in headlong – cruise the river; visit the temples; go for a live sarod concert; be mesmerized by the evening aarti (prayer); walk the small lanes which go back a thousand years and have the power to make time stand still.
Walking through the lanes of Varanasi, you loose your sense of time, place and self and are accompanied by a constant sense of discovery. It is said that the city is home to some 330 million Hindu Gods. Of the pantheon of Gods, Shiva is the most prominent. He is the god of death, destruction, dance, compassion and defies all conventions. The maze of lanes then give way to steps which form the ‘ghats’ and sweep down to the water’s edge of the ‘sacred mother’ Ganga. The lanes, the ghats and the river make up the fabric of Varanasi!
Airport 11 kms / 20 minutes
City Centre – Cantt 12 kms / 25 minutes
Cantt Station 17 kms / 45 minutes
Sarnath 18 kms / 25 minutes (when Ring Road operational)
TEMPLES, GHATS AND MYSTIC
Walking through the lanes of Varanasi, you loose your sense of time, place and self and are accompanied by a constant sense of discovery.
JUST FOR TWO
What would you give to surprise your partner with a personally designed 4 course menu, a bottle of wine, evocative piped classical music, complete with a candlelit table and a canopy of stars above?
YOGA & MEDITATION
The word Yoga is derived from the Sanskrti word ‘Yuj’ which means ‘to unite’ or ‘to join’. It is about connecting the body and the mind physically, mentally and spiritually.
We at the Tree of Life Resort & Spa are committed to reducing negative impacts on the environment, and also in contributing to the local community in as many ways as possible. We do this believing that we are trustees of the environment for generations to come.