Photographer's Note

Traditionally this ghat represents the 64 yoginis (female mystics) of Hindu mythology who emerged from the primary goddess. The mystifying symbolic depiction of feminine power and its deep-rooted association with India's spiritual traditions that is lingering at the Chausatti Ghat is worth a study. This Ghat, on the banks of Ganges, has a temple dedicated to the yoginis. Renovated in the 17th Century, this is a major site of pilgrimage and many take a ritualistic dip in Ganga from here.
These days, the owners of the buildings around this Ghat have transformed the buildings to lodges and budget hotels. The advantage of staying in these hotels are that you get a great view of the sunrise across the river.

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