When we reached the ghat or ferry, I ordered Geerdharee Jha's mahout to cross with his elephant.
Hundreds bathed at the ghat while I watched them and no trouble ensued.
He led me by dark ways out of the fort, past the new godown, across the burying ground, down to Chandpal ghat.
He ran the whole length of the wharves from Prinsep's ghat to Metiaburuj.
The ghat caravan happened to have among its slaves a Fellatah, who was at once discovered and set free.
ghat is an important centre of the caravan trade between the Nigerian states and the seaports of the Mediterranean (see Tripoli).
On slaty rocks which form the bed of the ravine or ghat, Dodonæa, Hyoscyamus, and Cyrthandracea are found.
The ghat was deserted; I stood still for awhile, enjoying the sunny peace.
Just before dawn ten hackeris, each yoked with two oxen, drew up near the Company's ghat.
The obliging captain took the steamer near enough to the ghat to enable the tourists to see the process of burning.
also ghaut, from Hindi, "pass, mountain," from Sanskrit ghattah "landing place," of unknown origin.