Deoghar: A Pilgrimage To The Cultural Capital Of Jharkhand!

Written By

Ruchika Mandora

There are many places to visit in Deoghar that draw tourists and pilgrims who want to experience spirituality and natural beauty.

This Radha-Krishna temple is 146 feet tall. It's known as Naulakha (Nine-Lakh) temple because its construction cost Rs. 9 lakhs.

Naulakha Temple

An elephant-shaped rock can be found here. You can visit this rock and walk around. Here is Lord Shiva's temple.

Hathi Pahar

Trikut Pahar is one of the most exciting places to visit in Deoghar. You can go trekking, ride a ropeway, go on wildlife adventures, or just relax in nature.

Trikoot Pahar

It is a large pond that Hindus, believe has religious significance. People think that bathing in the holy waters of Shivganga is the same as bathing in the Ganges.

Sivaganga Kund

This place is only 10 km from Deoghar. It has a beautiful Shiva temple called Taponath Mahadeva, as well as a number of caves.

Tapovan Caves and Hills

Haritaki (Myrobalan) trees used to grow all around this area. People believe that Lord Vishnu came here for a short time while pretending to be a shepherd.

Harila Jorik

The temple is in Dumka, 42 km from Baba Baidyanath Dham in Deoghar. At Basukinath Dham, Lord Shiva and Mata Parvati Mandirs face each other.

Basukinath Temple

One can enjoy a bliss ride, boat, or pray at the Nandi Temple. The morning sun illuminates every corner of Nandan Pahar with beautiful sunrises.

Nandan Pahar

The Baidyanath Temple is a beautiful place that you must see if you go to Deoghar. This huge temple complex will make you feel calm and quiet.

Baidyanath Dham

The Arya Dharma is supported by the ashram. People who follow this religion believe in four main ideas: agriculture, marriage, education, and the study of history.

Satsang Ashram