This ghat is famous for the big pipala tree at the top of the Steps which shelters a remarkable array of stone figures of snakes, nagas. Havell described this Ghat: "below a excellent old pipala-tree, there is a small shrine and a top notch quantity of vintage carved stones, a number of Snakes, twined together like Mercuty’s caduceus, with some high-quality discern sculptures let into the upright face of the platform which surrounds the tree are possibly reclis of the early Buddhist period".
Closeby to this tree is the shrine of Rukmangesvara, and at a long way lies Naga Kupa. On the occasion of competition honouring snake, Naga Pancami, falling at the fifth mild helf of Sravana, those shrines are specially worshipped. This ghat become built in 1790. The time period ghat refers to a series of steps leading down to a frame of water, mainly a holy river. The set of stairs lead all the way down to something as small as a pond or as large as a prime river.