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Allahabad, one of the oldest cities in India has the convergence of three sacred rivers Ganga, Yamuna and Saraswati. Located in Uttar Pradesh, it hosts historical monuments from different periods in the Indian history. Prayag, the pilgrimage destination of Hindus, was renamed as Allahabad by Mughal emperor Akbar in 1575.
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Ganga Temple - The ancient Ganga temple used to have 101 steps leading down to the river. 85 of those steps are still intact today. The temple houses an idol of Ma Ganga and has a white stone idol of Lord Brahma.
Mukteshwar Mahadev Temple - This ancient Shiva Temple is said to be built by King Shivi. Garhmukteshwar is said to have derived its name from this temple. The Shiva lingam at the temple is believed to have been established by sage Parshuram.
Nahush Koop (Nakka Kuan) - After gaining salvation King Nahush performed a Yajna and constructed a well in the premises of Mukteshwar Mahadev temple. This well is called Nahush Koop and the water in this well comes from the Ganges.
Meerabai ki Reti - Opposite the Mukteshwar temple is a sandy stretch of land called Meerabai ki Reti. Meerabai stayed here and offered prayers and also had a temple built nearby.