Shivala Ghat, Varanasi is very well known religiously and truly too. There are various notable landmarks around the Ghat. The manor of the King of Nepal, King Sanjay Vikram is arranged ideal beside the Ghat, additionally the Chet Singh Fortress. The perspective of the waterway from the Ghat merits a visit.
Numbering near hundred, a large portion of the ghats in Varanasi are related with some legend or the other.
The Shivala Ghat or the Kali Ghat possessed by the previous Kashi Naresh is the same. It was one of the fundamental ghats during bygone eras, and right close to it stands a glorious manor which was built in the nineteenth century by Nepal’s King Sanjay Vikram Shah. One of the fundamental attractions of this ghat is an early morning pontoon ride. The post of Chet Singh, one of the delegates of the Oudh’s Nawab, is found right behind the ghat. The fortress, which was a castle of the Maharajas is where Chet Singh was detained by the British in 1781.
Be that as it may, descending from a little window and made a departure through the stream helped by his adherents. Trim with exciting authentic stories, an incredible stream view and groups of wild oxen, the ghat is an extraordinary spot for photography devotees.