Ram Rekha Ghat is an important religious place located in the Buxar district which is associated with the Ramayana period. There is a mythology associated with this ghat on the banks of the river Ganges that when Lord Shri Ram was accused of killing a woman after killing Tadka and to get rid of that sin, he went to the same nearby Ganges bank and took a bath. Near the same ghat, Lord Shri Ram made a Shivling out of clay and worshiped, while starting a water bath to the Shivling, then the soil started flowing due to the rawness, then Shri Ram put his hand on the Shivling and then took a water bath, but after removing his hand, Lord Shri Ram's hand’s line was inscribed on the Shivling as well as his footprints were printed on the soil there.
Shivling is still in existence at Ram Rekha Ghat. This Ghat in itself reflects the feeling of devotion and reverence. Devotees always come and worship at this holy land.
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