Naulakha Temple

Location:Karnibad,Deoghar,Jharkhand 814112,India.

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Naulakha Temple
Naulakha Temple

What is Naulakha Temple? 

Naulakha Temple is one of the renowned temples in India and this temple is dedicated to the Hindu Goddess Sita. This temple is also known as Janaki Temple. Almost rupees nine lakhs or nine hundred thousand is the cost for the construction of this temple and then the name Naulakha is given to the temple.

Built date: In 1940

Ideal visit time: October to March.

What is the history of this temple?

Queen Brisbhanu Kunwar of Tikamgarh built This temple in 1911 A.D.This temple is built where Mahatma Sukrishor, a contemporary of Chaturbhuj Giri, Sita’s golden idol is found there and Sita is said to have lived there. This temple was built on the holy site and there Sannyasi Shurkishordas had found the image of Goddess Sita.

What are the inside and outside views of this temple?

This temple is famous for itself.  The structure of this temple, the history, the environment are all so good and that’s why people are attracted to this temple. This temple is built in fully bright white and it is a three-storied structure that is made entirely of marble stone.

This temple has 60 rooms and all these rooms are decorated with the flag of Nepal, engraving, colored gel, and printing with beautiful lattice turrets and windows. There is a ghat outside the temple, but this ghat is always close by.

Why are people attracted to this temple?

There are many reasons for visitors to visit this temple. The history behind this temple is one of them. The history behind this temple is so attractive that most of the visitors visit this place only for this history.

The sunrise view from this temple is so good. The ghat side is so quiet and calm and the environment of this place is so refreshing.

After reaching this place you can feel like Heaven. You can sense the holiness of this temple sparkling in your frame and mind.

Nearby so many attractive places in Naulakha temple and these are:

  • Ram Janki Mandir.
  • Parvati Mandir.
  • Rameshwar Mandir.
  • Baba Mandir.
  • Annapurna Mandir.
  • Vaidyanath Jyotirlinga Temple.
  • Maa Kali Mandir.
  • Shankar Talkies.
  • Shiv Mandir.
  • Mata Manmohini Dham Mandir.
  • Ramakrishna Mission Temple. 
  • Durgabari Mandir.
  • Shiv Shankar Mandir.
  • Trikatu Parvat.
Naulakha Temple
Naulakha Temple

Is it safe to visit this temple?

Yes, it’s safe to visit this temple.

Are there any parking facilities in this temple?

Yes, there are parking facilities in this temple and it’s free of cost.

Is there any cost of keeping shoes or sandals before entering this temple:

No, there is no cost of keeping shoes or sandals before entering this temple.

What are the entry fees of this temple? 

There are no entry fees for this temple.

Is photography allowed in this temple?

Yes, photography is allowed in this temple and there is no charge for this photography.

Are there any restaurants inside the temple?

No, there are no restaurants inside the temple.

What is the best time to visit this temple?

October to March are the best time to visit this temple because this time the weather is good.

What is the visiting time of this temple?

  • 7.00 AM- 12.00PM
  • 2.00PM-7.00PM.
Naulakha Temple
Naulakha Temple

How many days in a week does the temple remain?

This temple remains open all days of a week 

How much time will it take to visit This temple?

It will take almost 30 mins to 1 hour to visit this temple.

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Naulakha Temple
Naulakha Temple

How to reach:

By air: Atal Bihari Vajpayee International Airport (Deoghar Airport) is the nearest airport from Naulakha Temple. You can easily reach this temple by air.

By rail: Nearest railway station from Naulakha is Deoghar Junction Station. After reach this station you can take a taxi to reach Naulakha Temple. 

By road: You can hire a bus or you can take your car to reach this temple its the best way to reach this temple.

We wish you all the very best in your journey.

Happy Travelling !!!

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