Lalita Ghat is one of the most important ghats on the Ganges River in Varanasi. The ghat is called after Hindu Goddess Lalita and turned into built in early 19th century via King of Nepal, Rana Bahadur Shah. The ghat homes the famous Nepali Mandir and Lalita Gauri Mandir. King of Nepal, Rana Bahadur Shah took exile in Varanasi from 1800 to 1804 and titled himself as "Swami Nirgunanda".
During his exile, he decided to build a reproduction of Pashupatinath Temple in Varanasi. Construction of the temple started out for the duration of his exile / live in Varanasi. During the construction, Shah moved again to Nepal. On 25 April 1806, Rana Bahadur Shah become stabbed to dying by means of his stepbrother, Sher Bahadur Shah. His son Girvan Yuddha Bikram Shah Deva undertook the development of the temple, a dharamshala and Lalita Ghat.
The creation got over 20 years after the cut-off date. The ghat is called after Hindu Goddess Lalita. Goddess Lalita is one of the organization of ten goddesses of Hindu belief, collectively called Mahavidyas or Dasha-Mahavidyas. She is the most and the maximum critical in Dasha-Mahavidyas. All different Mahavidyas concludes in her vidya i.e., Sri Vidya. Her consort is Maha Kameswara. She is the very best factor of Goddess Adi Shakti. Parvati is the whole incarnation of Lalita Maha Tripura Sundari.