A significant tributary of the river Ganges, the Gomti River is the most revered waterbody in the Hindu faith. The mouth of the Gomti river sites the Gomti Ghat, which requires about 56 stairs to reach from the Dwarkadhish Temple.
The serene ghat location is great for some photo ops. There are ferries and boat rides available here as well. Besides, it also makes for a pilgrimage too, as many devotees take a sacred dip in the salty waters of the Gomti river.
There are some hawkers selling refreshments and drinks such as buttermilk here. Tradition has it that believers usually take a quick plunge in the river before heading for darshan at the Dwarakadhish Temple.
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