Mir Ghat is located in Varanasi. This ghat represents antique sites of Jarasandhesvara and Vrdhaditya, which have been converted by means of Mira Rustam Ali in 1735. Presently, within the call of these two shrines pilgrims throw plants and raw-rice within the Ganga and keep in mind them. The shrines and images within the vicinity are Vrdhaditya, Asa Vinayaka, Yajna Varahaand Visalaksi another crucial web site is Dharmakupa such as a sacred properly surrounded with the aid of five temple, and also Divodasesvara lingam.
The temple of Dharmesa is associated to the myth of Yama's power over the fate of the dead anywhere on the earth, except in Kashi. With the belief that because of entrance of low castes the temple of Visvesvara/ Visvanatha have become impure, Svami Karapatri-Ji, a very conservative Brahmin and a cult-leader, has established a " New Visva’natha Temple" in 1956 at top of the ghat. On the stairs, under a pipala tree, the water- pouring ritual in honour of ancestors in done.