Together with magnifivent building alongside the ghat and a grand Siva temple in Nilakantha area, the king of Darabhanga made them in 1915. The constructing along the ghat suggests a big Greek pillars style. The shrine of Kukutesvara lies at the pinnacle. Darbhanga Ghat is positioned on the south of Dashaswamedh Ghat. Lying among Chousaiti Ghat and Babua Pandey Ghat, this ghat is used to carry out the rites and rituals related to the death of relatives and buddies.
Owing to its structure which almost is going to the river area, the ghat is steep and slim. It immensely widens up while it reaches Babua Pandey Ghat. Situated close to Dashaswamedh Ghat and Rana Mahal Ghat, the ghat is positioned close to a large building, which gives view of non secular ceremonies being completed in the ghat. Moreover, there may be a beautiful temple at the side of a large Shivalinga located at this ghat. This is very beautiful traveller spot.