Ganga Mahal Ghat is named after a palation building of ex. Maharaja of Banaras to wards the north cease of Assi Ghat. Infact Ghat has a little cultural significance besides the Beautiful carvings depiction the Rajput and nearby architectural grandeur of 16th century. Ganga Mahal Ghat is one of the principal ghats at the Ganges River in Varanasi. Constructed in 1830 CE through the Narayan dynasty, the ghat is north of Assi Ghat and turned into at first constructed as an extension to Assi Ghat.
The Narayan dynasty, in 1830, built a palace via the river Ganga in Varanasi. The palace become referred to as "Ganga Mahal". Since the Mahal become housed on the ghat, the ghat was named "Ganga Mahal Ghat". Stone steps between Assi Ghat and Ganga Mahal Ghat separates the 2 ghats. This palace homes the layout studio of Hemang Agrawal while the higher flooring are utilized by the "Indo-Swedish Study Centre" organised by way of Karlstad University.