Lalita Ghat : Varanasi
Lalita Ghat, named after the famous goddess Lalita (one of the incarnations of Goddess Durga) This ferry is equipped with major temples, one of which is replica of the famous Pashupati Nath Temple in Nepal. However, many views show that broken steps and stone walls have been overthrown. Lalita Ghat was built by the late King of Nepal in the northern region of Varanasi on the banks of river Ganges. A wooden temple of Keshav is also built here on the Lalita Ghat in Kathmandu style with the image of Pashupateswar (symbol of Lord Shiva). The temple has been designed with some wooden figures and statues of historical scenery and its doors. Completely prepared with the framework of architecture. It is believed that, it is a favorite jet for all painters and photographers to capture natural scenes in their pictures and cameras. People celebrate their local festivals, including concerts and other favorite moments on this gorge. There is a red building just above the Nepali temple. From this ghat, a large view of the rising smoke can be seen in the Manikarnika Ghat, which is the central crematorium of Varanasi city. The worship guesthouse is also located on the same ghat by going to the stairs. A high water tank is also located on this gorge. Its name is Lalita Ghatalita Ghat, named after the famous Goddess Lalita in the holy city of Varanasi. There are many types of people's rituals and beliefs about Devi Lalita Devi (incarnation of Goddess Durga) which bless the whole world. This jetty is one of Kashi's most prestigious ghats for devotees coming from various corners of the country. This is one of the most revered ghats in the vicinity and devotees come from various parts of the country and Nepal dive it. Ganges. The entire route from Vishnu Ghat to Raj Rajeshwari Ghat is known as Lalita Ghat and in it there are temple of Goddess Lalita with replica of Pashupati Nath Temple. Being treated as a step outside the ghat, is hurting the sentiments of locals and visitors, "said Om Shankar Pandey, one of the local priests in the Lalita Gauri temple. The steps taken by the broken embankment have also been uprooted. If it was not enough, then the remaining stacks of the daily rituals including the rotten flowers and garlands stacked with broken pieces of the soil bowl Tform and plates were stored. Shiny stones with stairs that were pasted with platforms to give them strength, they were also given out at many places.