Jalashayi Ghat is also called Jalasen Ghat. According to folk legend Lord Shiva sleep in the deep water of the Ganga at this ghat, that is how the name Jalashayi. The earlier description of this ghat was mentioned under the name Mokshadvareshvara Ghat, as narrated in the Giravana-padamanjari, a 17th century text. It was believed that portion of the spirit of the corpse can go under the deep water to meet Shiva, which results to provide passage to the heaven by the bliss of Shiva. This belief has converged into a ritual that the corpse first to be put into water, near this ghat, before putting it on the funeral pyre. In the early 20th century the ghat was made pucca by Baldeodas Birla, who has also built a rest house for the attendants coming with the corpse. However, presently very few attendants take shelter in the rest house. No religious activities is performed at this ghat. The ghat serves as ferry station for transporting the wood to be used in cremation. -- Khiraki (“the window”) Ghat was earlier developed as a built structure from where attendants can watch the cremation. Presently this is defunct. Nearby to it under an old fig tree there are several Sati stones, reminding the tradition of ‘religious suicide by the wives on the funeral of their dead husbands’. Close to cremation ground such stone statue showing husband and wife is commonly scattered.