Panchganga Ghat, is the sacred ghat located at the confluence of five
holy rivers (panchganga) namely, Ganges, Saraswati, Dhupapapa, Yamuna
and Kirna. Overlooking the ghat, there is a small Alamgir Mosque locally
known as Beni Madhav-ka-Darera, built by Emperor Auangazeb. The mosque
is constructed on a place where there were ruins of a large Vishnu temple
erected by the Maratha chieftain Beni Madhav Rao Scindia. Panchganga ghat
is credited with eight water front locations for doing religious rituals.