The considerable features of an Akhara lies in the aesthetics that it delivers, routine which it forms for the students, demo-graphical layout adjustments, aging and educating along with affiliating. The article does acknowledge that there is a possibility for functionaries of Akhara temple to shoulder their religious duty burden for every member of the akhara. This specifically has been the situation at places such as “Dharmsangh”, “Takiya” and “Bari Gaivi”. Furthermore, the article establishes a clear difference present between the clubs for body building in the world today and the traditional Akhara’s. By doing this, several overlapping points have been configured between the physical culture of both these types (Alter, 1992). The significant difference as argued from the perspective of this article is the aesthetics and culture of both these types. Body building clubs as already known are a craze for young generation especially because everybody perceives these places to be specifically helping them get rid not only of extra weight but also of unwanted muscles. An akhara on the contrary does not imply the improvement of body or its recreation but it is a young person’s recreation that helps the person understand the true strength in his body and the way in which his physical body can best work for physical sustainability. In Banaras, wrestlers have pointed towards building bodies and criticizing their bodies which looks balloon like because only there is a transformation of body but not any change to the mind.