Expensive Keralan massage therapies are available at Prakruthi .
Named after a 16th-century Hindu poet, Tulsi Ghat has fallen down towards the river but in the month of Kartika (October/November) a...
This small ghat is marked by three Jain temples.
Run by a hippie dippie American woman who has been coming to India for more than 20 years, this colourful cafe has breakfast all day...
Near Assi Ghat, this hotel restaurant is popular for its Middle Eastern food including a dynamite thali.
Assi Ghat information
Assi Ghat , the furthest south of the main ghats and one of the biggest, is particularly important as the River Assi meets the Ganges near here and pilgrims come to worship a Shiva lingam (phallic image of Shiva) beneath a peepul tree. Evenings are particularly lively, as the ghat’s vast concreted area fills up with hawkers and entertainers. It’s a popular starting point for boat trips and there are some excellent hotels here.