This place is located on the right bank of River Gomti on Sultanpur-Jaunpur road (NH-56), about 32 km south east of Sultanpur city & 85 km from Ayodhya, 8 km from Lohramau, 8 km from Kadipur. According to Vishnu Puran, Gomti was known in this tract as Dhutopapa, which reaches Dhopap from the east and after forming a loop near this place it takes sharp turn to the south east. Ghat known as Dhopap Ghat has been constructed, where people follow the example of Rama in washing away their sins in the river. The story goes that Lord Rama obtained here absolution for the sin of killing the demon King Ravan, who was of Brahmin caste, while returning from Sri Lanka by taking a dip in the river on the advice of Maharshi Vashistha. People believe that one who visits the place on the day of Dushehra can wash their sins in the Gomti River. There is a large temple of Lord Ram here which is visited by a large number of devotees. Bathing fair (Jyestha snan mela) is held here on the 10th day of Jyestha month, on Ganga Dushehra & on Chaitra Ramnavami. A Ram temple is located at the Ghat which opens from Sunrise-Sunset.