Vishwanath lane is another such market. Although smaller than Godowlia and situated a little further, it is more crowded than Godowlia as the tourist and devotees throng upon everything that they find interesting and make the narrow lane narrower. Vishwanath Lane takes about 15 minutes to reachfrom Varanasi Railway Station. It is situated in Lahori Tola, Varanasi. Shops here are traditional and have been selling bangles, offerings silk trinkets. The lane is interspersed with tiny toy shops, a few of which specialize in small wooden toys and others where local artisans sell their wares. There are shops selling fabric and readymade garments and after bargaining most things can be bought here at a reasonable rate. There are sweet shops and lots of places in the area where you can get typical Baranasi food so people who get hungry after shopping don’t have to go too far. Also you can find Banarasi Paan in every corner of lane. A Baranasi delicacy ‘khatta-meetha’ can be bought in the markets. Mouth-watering gol-gappas, Chhole Kulche, Bhelpuri, Poori- Sabji, Banarasi- Kachori are general foods that you can enjoy. So if you are looking to buy items at reasonable price walk down the serpentine Vishwanath lane.