Also known as Ganga Mahal Ghat, the Khori Ghat was made pucca in late 19th century by Kavindra Narayan singh. At the top a compound of five-temples presents a magnificent view. Presently this ghat is the neglected one with respect to religious and cultural festivities. Even for daily sacred bath this ghat is not preferred by the visitors. In ca 1805 Babua Pande, a rich Brahmin of Chhapra (Bihar) has built a wrestling place and made this ghat pucca, this resulted to called it Babua Pande Ghat. Prinsep (1822) mentioned it as Panree Ghat; remember that Prinsep in almost all the cases misspelled the names. As mentioned in the Giravan-padamanjari (17th century) this was described as Sarveshvara Ghat. In fact, Babua Pande Ghat is the southern part of the Sarveshvara Ghat. In its vicinity lies the old water-front site of Prabhasa Tirtha, but presently the rituals on the name of Prabhasa Turth are performed near the Raja Ghat. The scene of this ghat has been dominated prominently by the Dhobis (washermen) so much that Motichand (1985) has described it as Dhobi Ghat. The wrestling place (no. D 24/ 17-19 and D 25/24) opened by Babua Pande is the landmark at this ghat. There is also a guesthouse for pilgrims. There a temple of Someshvara in the vicinity. The ghat was reconstructed in 1965 by the government of Uttar Pradesh. Sarveshvara Ghat is referred in the Giravan-padamanjari (17th century), that testifies its historicity. However, the overall space of the ghat was made pucca by the patronage of Mathura Pandey in late 18th century. The ancient water-front site of Ganga Keshava Tirtha is described close to the ghat.