Dashaswamedh Ghat | Near Ganges, Varanasi, India
Scindia Ghat (also called Scindias and Shinde) borders Manikarnik, India to the north, with its Shiva temple lying partially submerged in the Ganges River as a result of excessive weight of the ghats ' construction, about 150 years ago. The ghat is named after the Scindias , whose built it. Above the ghat, several of Kashi 's most influential shrines are located within the tight maze of alleys of Siddha Kshetra (Field of Fulfillment). According to mythology , Agni , the Hindu God of Fire was born here. Hindu devotees propitiate at this place to Vireshwara, the Lord of all heroes, for a son.