In 1979 in reminiscence and honour of the first president of India. Rajendra Prasad this ghat was renamed, and made pucca with the aid of the Municipal Corporation of Varanasi. In fact, this ghat become northern extension of Dasasvamedha Ghat. And till overdue nineteenth century a stone statue of horse become at the ghat witnessing the "ten-horses sacrifices" accomplished through Bhara Siva Nagas in second century, that is how the antique name "Ghoda Ghat".
It is believed that identical horse photo is shifted to Sankatmochana temple. The fable refers that servants of Bhara Siva Nagas taken bath here. Earlier this ghat became called Ashva or Ghoda Ghat within the memory of customer in horse sacrifice held in third century however now it is called Rajendra Prasad Ghat considering that 1979 for you to honour the first president of India Dr. Rajendra Prasad. The set of stairs lead down to some thing as small as a pond or as large as a primary river.