Then, we arrived at the Prayag Ghat. Prayag Ghat is located on the immediate left of the Dashaswamedh Ghat, the most important section in Varanasi. Devotees usually spill over to this ghat in the mornings and evenings when the daily pooja is conducted.
Next was Ahilyabai Ghat. At the place of an old site of Kevelyagiri Ghat, in 1778 AD queen Ahilyabai Holkar of Indore made this a pukka ghat. For the first time name of a person was added after the ghat. Ahilyabai Ghat is located south of Dashaswamedh Ghat, between Ranamahal Ghat and Munshi Ghat.
After that we arrived at Munshi ghat. Munshi Ghat is a short ghat located north of Dashaswamedh Ghat, between Ahilyabai Ghat and Darbhanga Ghat along the Ganges in Varanasi. Its proximity to Dashaswamedh Ghat means that the Munshi Ghat is choked full of boats. Munshi means accountant in Hindi.
Next was Darbhanga ghat. Darbhanga Ghat is located south of Dashaswamedh Ghat, and adjacent to Rana Mahal Ghat, along the Ganges in Varanasi. The ghat is located above a palatial building with lookout towers.