Narayan was the ruling Bhumihar Brahmin family of Benares, who ruled from 1000 AD to 1948 AD as Rajas of Benares, were Maharajas of Benares from 1000 AD to 1910 and rulers of the princely state of Benares from 1910 until Indian independence in 1947. Ramnagar Fort and its museum are the repository of the history of the kings of Benares and since the 18th century has been the home of Kashi Naresh. Even today the Kashi Naresh is deeply revered by the people of Benares. He is the religious head and the people of Benares consider him the incarnation of Lord Shiva. He is also the chief cultural patron and an essential part of all religious celebrations.

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  • L'État de Bénarès était un État princier indien dans l'actuelle ville de Varanasi. (fr)
  • Narayan was the ruling Bhumihar Brahmin family of Benares, who ruled from 1000 AD to 1948 AD as Rajas of Benares, were Maharajas of Benares from 1000 AD to 1910 and rulers of the princely state of Benares from 1910 until Indian independence in 1947. Ramnagar Fort and its museum are the repository of the history of the kings of Benares and since the 18th century has been the home of Kashi Naresh. Even today the Kashi Naresh is deeply revered by the people of Benares. He is the religious head and the people of Benares consider him the incarnation of Lord Shiva. He is also the chief cultural patron and an essential part of all religious celebrations. (en)
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  • L'État de Bénarès était un État princier indien dans l'actuelle ville de Varanasi. (fr)
  • Narayan was the ruling Bhumihar Brahmin family of Benares, who ruled from 1000 AD to 1948 AD as Rajas of Benares, were Maharajas of Benares from 1000 AD to 1910 and rulers of the princely state of Benares from 1910 until Indian independence in 1947. Ramnagar Fort and its museum are the repository of the history of the kings of Benares and since the 18th century has been the home of Kashi Naresh. Even today the Kashi Naresh is deeply revered by the people of Benares. He is the religious head and the people of Benares consider him the incarnation of Lord Shiva. He is also the chief cultural patron and an essential part of all religious celebrations. (en)
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  • État de Bénarès (fr)
  • Narayan dynasty (en)
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