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Panchakota or Panchkota Ghat was built by the King of Panchkota, Bengal in the 19th century. Although, It has some historical relevance but spiritually has lesser relevance. King also constructed a palatial building on the top of the ghat and there are two Shiva temples...More
Panchaganga Ghat is one of the important ghats in Varanasi. There are temples around. The Ghat is less crowded. Some poles with small baskets were placed on the river. At night, they are lighted and they look beautiful. People come here to pray, take bath,...More
Panchganga ghat is one of the major ghats in Varanasi. It is situated near Al-Migar mosque. Bindu Madhav temple(One of the Panch Madhava temples) situated here. People visited Varanasi should visit this Bindu Madhav temple.We should climb steps from Panchganga ghat to reach this temple.
Pancha Ganga Ghat is revered as the most sacred place of all Ghats in Varanasi. It is a clean place where one can have bath and dips and less crowded place. One can experience the tranquil divinity of Ma Ganga here than in many other...More
A peaceful place to see ganga in perfect half circle formation in daily routine days far from the hussle & bussle of festive season. baskets containing lit candles or diyas hanged on long bamboo poles during kartik months i.e 15 months before & after diwali...More
Panchganga Ghat was once the sacred confluence of 5 rivers. No more. It's busy in the morning, but settled from noon to evening. Nothing much going on here, except meditation. Quite hot in the sun, but good for a cooling dip in the river.
"Pancha Ganga Ghat" is the meeting point of five streams and considered to be very holy, (the Ganga, the Yamuna, the Sarswati, the Kirana and the Dhutpapa). Before is Jatar Ghat and after is Bindu Madhava Ghat. It is beyond... More
"Pancha Ganga Ghat" is the meeting point of five streams and considered to be very holy, (the Ganga, the Yamuna, the Sarswati, the Kirana and the Dhutpapa). Before is Jatar Ghat and after is Bindu Madhava Ghat. It is beyond 7/8 ghats from Manikarnika ghat, the famed Cremation ghat,