Varanasi

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  ?Varanasi
Uttar Pradesh • India
Palayo: Banal a Lakanbalen ning India
Map indicating the location of Varanasi
Location of Varanasi
Coordinates: 25°16′55″N 82°57′23″E / 25.282, 82.9563
Oras zona IST (UTC+5:30)
Lualas
Kátas
1,550 km² (598 sq mi)
• 80.71 m (265 ft)
Distritu Varanasi
Populasiun
Pangasiksik
3,147,927[1] (2001)
[2]
Mayor Kaushalendra Singh
Kodiku
Pincode
Telepanu
Saken

• 221 0** (** area code)
• +0542
• UP-65

Coordinates: 25°16′55″N 82°57′23″E / 25.282, 82.9563

Ing Varanasi (Sanskrit: वाराणसी Vārāṇasī, pronunciation [ʋaːɾaːɳəsiː] ), a maralas dang ausang Benares ([bə.naː.rəs]) o Banaras (Hindi: बनारस,Bengali: বারাণসী, বেনারস , Urdu: بنارس, Banāras pronunciation [bənɑːɾəs] ) ampong Kashi (Hindi: काशी, Bengali: কাশী , Kâْî [kaː.ʃiː] ), metung yang lakanbalen o ciudad king kaili (albugan) nang pampang ning Ilug Ganges River king estadu ning Uttar Pradesh, India. Tuturing deng banal deng Hindu, Buddhist, ampong Jain, at metung ya karenglakanbalen a taglus-taglus dang tutuknangan king yatu.[3][4]

Makabuklud ya king Ilug Ganges ampo ing kabaldugan na king relihiun ning ilug ing cultura ning Varanasi. Pilan neng libung banuang sentru ning cultura ampong relihiun king Pangulung India ing lakanbalen. Meyalkus ya king lakanbalen ing uri ning Indian classical music a Benares Gharana, at menuknangan la karin deng dakal a pikabaluan a philosopher, poeta, talasulat, ampong mosicus ibat India. Kayabe la kareti di Kabir, Ravi Das, Munshi Premchand, Jaishankar Prasad, Acharya Ram Chandra Shukla, Pandit Ravi Shankar, Girija Devi, Hariprasad Chaurasia, ampong Ustad Bismillah Khan. Sinulat neng Tulsidas ing kayang Ramacharitamanas karin, at binie neng Gautama Buddha ing mumuna nang sermun king Sarnath malapit king Kashi.[citation needed] Sasabian dang king Varanasi migumpisa ing ayurveda[citation needed]

Varanasi is home to the Banaras Hindu University. Residents mainly speak Kashika Bhojpuri, which is closely related to the Hindi language. People often refer to Varanasi as "the city of temples", "the holy city of India", "the religious capital of India", "the city of lights", "the city of learning" and the "culture capital of India".[5] Atiu king Varanasi ing Banaras Hindu University. Ing amanung gagamitan da reng tau ya pin ing Kashika Bhojpuri, metung a lenguahing malapit king amanung Hindi. Maralas deng ausang "the city of temples" (lakanbalen da reng templu), "the holy city of India" (banal a lakanbalen ning India), "the religious capital of India" (tungku nang panrelihiun ning India), "the city of lights" (lakanbalen da reng sulu), "the city of learning" (lakanbalen ning beluan) ampong "culture capital of India" (tungkung pangcultura ning India) ing Varanasi.[6]

American writer Mark Twain wrote: "Benares is older than history, older than tradition, older even than legend, and looks twice as old as all of them put together."[7] Agpang king talasulat a Americanung i Mark Twain: "Benares is older than history, older than tradition, older even than legend, and looks twice as old as all of them put together." (Ing Benares mas matua ya pa king amlat, mas matua ya king tradisiun, mas matua ya pati king alamat, at lupa yang makatadua katua kareting sablang deting piaben-abayan.)[8]

Lon la murin deti

Dalerayan

  1. Ranking of Districts by Population Size in 1991 and 2001. Government of Uttar Pradesh. Retrieved on 2007-02-04.
  2. Ranking of Districts by Population Density. Government of Uttar Pradesh. Retrieved on 2007-02-04.
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  4. Varanasi. Encyclopædia Britannica Online. Retrieved on 2008-03-06.
  5. Varanasi: The eternal city. Banaras Hindu University. Retrieved on 2007-02-04.
  6. Varanasi: The eternal city. Banaras Hindu University. Retrieved on 2007-02-04.
  7. Twain, Mark [1897] (1898). "L", Following the Equator: A journey around the world. Hartford, Connecticut, American Pub. Co.. ISBN 0404015778. OCLC 577051. Retrieved on 2007-02-07. 
  8. Twain, Mark [1897] (1898). "L", Following the Equator: A journey around the world. Hartford, Connecticut, American Pub. Co.. ISBN 0404015778. OCLC 577051. Retrieved on 2007-02-07. 

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