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Ghats In Khasi

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This ghat is one of the oldest in Varanasi and is well-known for its colourful Ganga Aarti and is said to have been built by Lord Brahma as a welcome for Lord Shiva

Dashashwamedh Ghat


Manikarnika, one of the holiest ghats, is mostly used as a cremation site where it is thought that individuals who are cremated get moksha (freedom)

Manikarnika Ghat


Located at the meeting point of the Ganges and Assi rivers, this ghat is well-known for its serene ambience, yoga classes in the morning, and boat trips

Assi Ghat


Another important cremation place, this ghat is named after the mythical King Harishchandra. this important cremation ghat symbolizes truth and repentance

Harishchandra Ghat


Named after poet Tulsidas, who wrote parts of the Ramcharitmanas here, this ghat is known for its cultural activities and annual Ramlila performances

Tulsi Ghat


This charming ghat, dedicated to Lord Shiva as Kedareshwar, is especially beloved by pilgrims from South India and is well-known for its lively, colourful atmosphere

Kedar Ghat


Five sacred rivers are said to converge at this ghat: the Yamuna, the Ganges, the Saraswati, the Kirana, and the Dhutapapa

Panchganga Ghat


Dedicated to Ahilyabai Holkar, the Maratha queen who restored numerous temples and ghats in Varanasi, this site provides a peaceful area for meditation and prayer

Ahilyabai Ghat


Recognized for its partially submerged Shiva temple, which sank during the construction of the ghat in 1830, Scindia Ghat offers breathtaking Ganges views

Scindia Ghat


This historic ghat, famous for the conflict between Maharaja Chet Singh and the British, offers spiritual value and insights into Varanasi's past struggles

Chet Singh Ghat

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