The morning aarti is known as Subah-E-Banaras, and it is regarded as the best way to start the day in Varanasi. It starts with Vedic poetry and ends with Ganga aarti. During the aarti, a homage is also made to the four essential elements that make up everything in the universe: earth, water, sky, and fire. The aarti is the same as the one done in the evening at Dashashwamedh Ghat, but because there are fewer people, you can see it more clearly and from a much closer distance. Following the aarti, classical musicians from the Banaras Gharana perform classical music and ragas.
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Of course, the early morning Aarti ceremony at dawn is a sentimental period in life since life begins with the invocation of the God of energy, the Sun. Guests can engage in a holy fire ceremony with mantras, known as Yagya/Yajna, as well as a classical musical performance and a yoga session as part of the Subah-e-Banaras programme. Guests may take a short walk along the sacred river Ganges' bank to see the Indian wrestling venue known as Akhara and wrestler known as Pahalwan. Optional boat ride at an additional fee.
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