Sachha Baba Ashram is located at a distance of 13 km from Allahabad railway station on the road running along the river course of Yamuna and facing Sangam (opposite fort side) in Arail, Allahabad, U.P.
This magnificent temple is built of marble. The temple is in the form of a big hall and houses a huge statue of Sai Baba & on the both sides of the sanctum the idols of Dattatreya, Panchmukhi, Ashtbhuji Durga are installed.
Sangam literally means- confluence in Hindi. The sacred Sangam is the confluence of three of the holiest rivers in Hindu Mythology- divine Ganges, Yamuna and mythical Saraswati, which is believed to be flowing but can't be seen.
This is an old ghat of the city on the bank of river Yamuna, located on Yamuna Bank road near Minto Park in Allahabad, U.P. Boats are available for Sangam & adequate arrangements for bathing do exist here.
Located at a distance of about 14.5 km from Allahabad railway station in old Jhunsi, in the south of Samudra Koop on a mound, is the mausoleum of Sayyad Sadrul Haq Takiuddin Mohammad Abdul Akbar, popularly known as Sheikh Taqui/Taki
The temple dedicated to Lord Shiva is one of the important Shiva temples of Allahabad, U.P., located at the northern side of the city near the bank of River Ganges. The temple is famous as Shivkuti among locals.
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