Sanktha Ghat is placed in Varanasi. Its vintage name become Yameshvara Ghat after the call of the shrine. At the pinnacle within the lane lies temples of Yameshvara and harischandresvara which might be thought of the old cremation area; nevertheless at gift at the ossasion of Yama Dvitiya devottees take sacred bath. In overdue 18th century King of Baroda made this ghat, however 1825 Beniram Pandit’s widow, referred to as "Panditain", and nephews constructed this ghat pucca collectively with a constructing shape of the temple of Sanktha Devi.
At the top of the ghat towards the metropolis there shrines of Katyayini and Siddhesvari goddesses; three Vinayakas: Hariscandra, Cintamani and Mitra; and Vasukisvara. A new photo of Santosi Mata has these days additionally been constructed on the top. Between the Manikarnika and Scindhia Ghats there exist 3 water-tirthas, Viz, Uma, Sarasvata and Kamblasvetara. Term ghat refers to a chain of steps main down to a body of water, particularly a holy river. The set of stairs lead all the way down to some thing as small as a pond or as huge as a main river.