Biharinath Temple

Biharinath Hill

Biharinath Hill resides at a distance of 57 km from Bankura district and 24 km from Raniganj. It is considered that the hill is a witness of old Jain culture.

Let’s plan your weekend in a hilly area where peace finds its home. Wake up with chirping birds, adore the soft breeze, sense the serenity and go for a Nature walk. The tallest hill of Bankura District, Biharinath 1449 feet welcomes you with its mesmerizing beauty and religious vibes. The highest hill of Bankura district and the second-highest hill of the sub-Himalayan West Bengal, Biharinath hill is 1480 ft high. This hill is also one of the thickest forest zones of the district with lush nature and divinity surrounding the place. Biharinath is a place to be for the people who want to take a break from their daily monotonous life and want to simply rejuvenate their soul and mind. A part of the stunning Rarh countryside, this hamlet is a popular tourist attraction with a peaceful ambiance. However, Tiluriand Saltora are moderately more populous places in this area. Here, you’ll also be able to visit Biharinath Temple which is considered the most popular Shiva temple in Bengal’s western part and sometimes beyond West Bengal. You can see millions of spiritual people gathering here throughout the year.
Come and explore the joy of getting lost in solitude, feel the love of unspoiled nature, satisfy your soul offering a marvelous outing in the lap of purity.

Biharinath Temple

May you be a silent Nature lover or dedicated worshipper, this place holds all for you. You will find a small temple of Lord Shiva in the foothills. According to the worshippers, the ‘Shivalinga’, renowned as ‘Biharinath’ is very much alive. The hill is named upon the God’s actually. Eye soothing scenic beauty, whispering streams, deep sound of the temple bell will definitely create a peaceful space for you. Pilgrims come here from far and near during ‘Mahashivrati’ festival. This place becomes a serene pilgrimage during the month of ‘Shraban’ and ‘Navaratri’.

Know more about the Biharinath Temple from Biharinath Eco Tourism Website.
Biharinath Temple
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