Before 1931 AD, the Jain Ghat of Varanasi become part of Vaccharaja Ghat. Later Jain community made a 'pucca' ghat and named it as Jain Ghat. Hence, Jain Ghat may be termed as affiliated ghat with Vaccharaja Ghat. The Jain Ghat holds unique significance for the Jain community of India and Varanasi specifically 7th Jain Tirthankara Suparshvanatha of Shvetambara sect turned into believed to be born inside the neighbourhood of Vaccharaja Ghat and a temple commemorating the Thirthankara become additionally there.
Babu Shekhar Chanda made it 'pucca' in 1931 and termed it Jain Ghat as a special ghat. Ghats in Varanasi are riverfront steps leading to the banks of the River Ganges. Most of the ghats are bathing and puja ceremony ghats. The set of stairs lead all the way down to some thing as small as a pond or as huge as a chief river. The severa giant ghats along the Ganges are the Varanasi ghats and generically the "ghats of the Ganges".