Tarapith - Religious Hindu destination in West Bengal


Tarapith is a holy religious place for all Hindus and is visited by thousand of devotees everyday. It is located in a village namely Tarapur in Birbhum, West Bengal, This temple town is dedicated to Goddess Tara. Read this full article to get more details of this religious place.

Description of Tarapith Place


Tarapith is a small temple town located in the village Tarapur in the Birbhum district of West Bengal. Tarapith is considered as one of the Sakthi Pitas in India. According to Hindu mythology, the eyeball of Sati is fallen here and so at this place Sakthi is worshipped. Tarapith is also considered as one of the religious tourist destinations in West Bengal. It is visited everyday by a large number of tourists.

How to reach Tarapith


Tarapith is well connected to Kolkata by bus or train.

By Train
Rampurhat is the nearest railway station to Tarapith. After getting down in Rampurhat Station, you can get a taxi or hire a car to reach Tarapith. It is just 6km from Rampurhat. Local bus services are also available.
One can easily avail trains from Sealdah and Howrah to reach Rampurhat Station.

By Road
C.S.T.C. buses ply regularly from Esplanade of Kolkata to Tarapith. Bus Services from Howrah, Durgapur, Burdwan, Asansol are also available to reach Tarapith.

Where to Stay in Tarapith


There are a number of budget and lodges to say in Tarapith. One can comfortably stay there and can spend a weekend. The food of these lodges and hotels are also very good. Some of the hotels and lodges are mentioned below:

Yashoda International, Tarapith Contact No: 9051211120/9831553609
Kalyani Lodge Contact No: 9831046003


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A weekend trip to Tarapith in Birbhum , West Bengal

Tarapith is a famous holy place located in Birbhum in West Bengal. Lots of people visit here everyday to get the blessings of Goddess Tara. One can go here on the weekends and get the blessings of the Divine Goddess Tara. One can start on Friday and come back on Monday.

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