Near to Brahmanda Ghat, on the bank of river Yamuna is located a small shrine dedicated to Lord Shiva in his form known as Chintaharan Mahadev .i.e. the god who liberates the soul of all worries as Chinta means worries and Haran means to take away. The shrine is named so after the legend, that when mother Yashoda saw entire universe in the small mouth of her dear son Krishna, she was too worried about Krishna. Suddenly she heard a voice telling her to visit the saint living on the bank of river Yamuna. This holy saint was none other than Lord Shiva who was meditating at the place to have the sight of the beautiful image of the Lord Krishna in his child form. As, Lord Shiva was denied by the mother Yashoda to see her son Krishna, he decided to meditate at this place near the bank of Yamuna to get the darshan of child Krishna. When mother Yashoda reached the saint at the bank of Yamuna, Lord Shiva disguised as a holy saint pacified her telling that her son is not an ordinary child, but he is a supreme God himself. Listening to the words of saint Yashoda was liberated from all her worries about Krishna. Thus Lord Shiva here is known as Chintaharan Mahadev. It is believed that one who visits this temple and pray to god, his all worries are vanished.