Probably, one of the most tranquil places to visit in Varanasi, Adi Keshava Ghat is situated some 3.5 km east of Panchganga Ghat. Adi Keshava is one of the few ghats in Varanasi that remains less crowded, and hence, ideal to visit if you looking to spend some time in the city. This popular holy site in Varanasi is where River Varuna merges with River Ganges. At this renowned tourist site in Varanasi, there is also Adi Keshava Perumal Temple which is easily accessible. Tourists have to ascend a few steps in order to reach the temple of Adi Keshava.
Raaj Ghat, Near Adi Keshav Mandir, Khalispur, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh 221001, India
Adi Keshava Ghat stays open all days of the week. Tourists can visit the place on any day from sunrise to sunset.
No Entry Fee
There are numerous tourist attractions around Adi Keshava Ghat that are also worth a visit. These are: