Bhang, also known as marijuana is illegal in India, but there are some government authorised places where you can have it legally. Streets of Varanasi and Jaisalmer serve relishing bhang lassi and if you really want to try it, then go at a government approved bhang-shop.
Here's a list of famous 'bhang lassi shops' that are legal:
This 35 years old bhaang shop is located on the streets of Jaisalmer and it serves simply amazing 'bhaang lassi'. You will find 'bhang' in various forms such as chocolates, cookies, sweets, buttermilk and juice as well.
The Blue lassi shop in Varanasi is another place where you can enjoy bhang lassi legally. They serve 75 varieties of fresh lassi. The 'Special Lassi' in their menu is made from bhang and dry fruits.
On your visit to Mathura, don't forget to visit this government authorised bhang shop near the bus stop named 'Sarkari Theka Bhang'. They sell bhang golis and lassi.
There are many shops located on the streets of Pushkar that serve varieties of bhang to the travellers. They offer amazing 'bhang lassi' in various sizes. Don't miss them!
Located in northwestern India, Rajasthan is the largest state in the country and is known for its royal history, desert landscapes, and vibrant culture. It has a rich and complex history, with several ancient kingdoms and dynasties having ruled the region over the centuries. The state is home to several important landmarks, including the forts and palaces of Jaipur, Udaipur, and Jodhpur. Agriculture is the main source of income, with wheat, barley, and pulses being the major crops. The state is also known for its handicrafts, textiles, and tourism industry.
Uttar Pradesh is a state located in the northern part of India. It is the most populous state in India, with a population of over 200 million people. The state is known for its rich history and culture and is often referred to as the "Heartland of India". The state has a total area of 243,286 square kilometers and is bordered by the Indian states of Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, and Bihar. Lucknow is the capital of Uttar Pradesh.
It is known as Krishna Nagri, Mathura has many religious places like Krishna Janmabhoomi Temple, Dwarkadish Temple, Birla Temple, Sabbatical Ghat, Mad Baba Temple, Kansa Fort, Kusum Sarovar, etc.
Varanasi, a religious city along the holy River Ganga, holds its revered place all over India. It is also called Banaras and Kashi. It is considered to be the most sacred city in Hinduism. There are jain and Buddhist ancient temples with many deities of Hinduism. The main attractions here are Ganga Puja, River Ganga, Sarnath, Dashashvcloud Ghat, Assi Ghat, Yoga Training Centre, Banaras Ghat, Kashi Vishwanath Temple, Manmandir Ghat, crisis redemption temple etc.
The Jaisalmer fort, made of golden stones in the twelfth century, is the second oldest fort in Rajasthan and a large number of domestic foreign tourists come to see it. The major historical monuments of Jaisalmer have the highest fort. Jaisalmer Fort was constructed in 1156 AD. The fort of Jaisalmer is a beautiful specimen of architecture. Built by Rawal Jasal, the fort, which is located on the 80-metre high Trikuta Hill, has the outer walls of palaces, houses and temples made of gentle yellow St Stone. Jaisalmer Fort is considered as the pride of Jaisalmer and is located in the centre of the city. It is also known as sonar fort or golden fort as this yellow sandstone fort shines like gold at sunset.
Pushkar, a small holy village of pilgrimage and ashram, is 135 km south of Rajasthan Jaipur. The local guides here tell a story of the place where it is said that during the time when the gods and goddesses roamed the planet of the earth, Lord Brahma was looking for a place to perform the high-altitude. For which he was given a lotus to carry a goose, the place where the lotus fell and it became the Mahayagna site. It is believed that the lotus fell in Pushkar and the Pushkar Lake was formed. You can definitely come here to be amazed by the majestic temples of Pushkar and be impressed by the religious lifestyle of the people here. The food here is very basic and tasty. The best time to visit Pushkar is during winter. If you are looking for a new beginning, then you should visit this place where you will get the experience of peace and tranquility.