Nepali Ghat derives its name from Kathwala Temple, popularly called Nepali Temple, built on top of the ghat. A king of Gorkha dynasty made this temple in the 19th century. Nanhi Bahu made the ghat pucca in 1902 AD. It was also done under the patronage of King of Nepal. Nepali Ghat is basically the southern part of the Lalita Ghat. Though the temple has great religious significance but the ghat is not used for religious rituals. The only attraction at this ghat is the Nepali temple which takes less than an hour to explore. Built on a square platform and dedicated to Lord Pashupatinath (Lord Shiva), Nepali Temple is having pillars decorated with erotic engravings. The area adjoining Nepali Temple and Nepali Ghat is mostly seen crowded with the Nepali people of the city. The temple and the shrine are owned by the respective trusts of the ghats, the houses along side and the other properties are owned by the inhabitants, and the Municipal Corporation owns the ghat area. No entry fee is charged from the visitors. Nepali Ghat is located in Lahori Tola.