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Chennai previously known as Madras is the capital city of Tamil Nadu state. Chennai is the 4th most populated metropolitan by area in India. Chennai is situated on the seaside of the Bay of Bengal and that why city is also famous for its beautiful beaches. The British, who developed it into a major urban centre and naval base, established the city in the 17th century. In the 20th century, Chennai had become a main administrative centre, as the capital of the Madras Presidency. Chennai financial system has mainly depend on industries base, on the automobile, IT technology, hardware developed, and healthcare business. Chennai is India's second leading exporter city of software, information technology and information-technology-enabled services. Chennai is a main hub for music, art and traditions in India. The city is famous for its classical dance shows and Hindu temples. Every year in month of December, in Chennai five-week long Music Season celebrating the 1927 opening of the “Madras Music Academy”
The land of Varanasi (also popular as Banaras and Kashi) has been the ultimate pilgrimage place for Hindus for ages. Varanasi is the one of oldest existing and continuously populated cities in the world. Hindus suppose that one who is honoured to die on the land of Varanasi would directly reached to heaven and get freedom from the rotation of birth and rebirth. Varanasi has been an icon of Hindu rebirth. Beliefs, traditions, devotion to Gods, Indian arts and crafts have all flourished here for centuries. Varanasi has also been a main hub of education for ages. Varanasi is linked with encouragement of spiritualism, religious studies, Sanskrit, yoga and Hindi language. Other than all these city is famous for ghats of holy river Ganga.
Chennai is approximately 1400 Km away from Varanasi. There is only one direct train between Chennai and Varanasi that is Ganga Kaveri express. It runs only 2 days in week:
Train number: 2669
Days: Monday and saturday
Train number: 2670
Days: Monday and Wednesday
There is no direct flight between Chennai and Varanasi. Easiest possible route is via Delhi. All domestic airlines offer direct flights between Chennai and Delhi and Delhi and Varanasi.