Gomati Sangam Ghat is the consecrated place where Gomati River streams. This ghat can be come to by moving down 56 stages from the Swarga Dwar of the Dwarkadish Temple. The Gomati River, which is otherwise called the plummeted Ganges, meets the ocean at the Chakratirtha Ghat. The Chakratirtha Ghat is popular for a wheel with white permeable write stones, called as Dwarkashila or Chakrankitha. There are more than 12 ghats encompassing the Gomati River, which are settings of Samudra Narayana Temple, Gomatiji Temple, the Panchanada and Chakra Narayana. The point where the Gomati River meets the sea is known as the Gomati Sangam. On the waterway banks of Gomati, there is a heavenly Gomati Kund, where Rishi Durvasa was served by Lord Krishna. At this Gomati Kund, the Gomati River converges with the Arabian Sea and it is viewed as hallowed to wash up here. Gomati Ghat highlights numerous sanctuaries including Shiva Temple and other littler places of worship of Lord Krishna and his companion Sudama. These sanctuaries can be come to by enlisting a vessel that gives a wonderful perspective of the whole town.