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Kalighat Temple WestBengal

Kaali is regarded as one of the principal deities of Bengal. There are other temples to Kaali - Sahasrabhuja Kaali, Sarvamangala, Tarasundari and Simhavaahini. Kaali is regarded as the destroyer or liberator and is depicted in a fearful form. Despite the terrifying form, she is considered to deliver bliss to worshippers. The Kalighat temple attracts numerous devotees throughout the year.

Kalighat is regarded a

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Moodabidri Digambar Jain Tirth

Location:  Moodabidri also called Mudabidri is lying 40 kilometers to the north-east of Mangalore, in Dakshina Kannada district of Karnataka, Moodabdri  is a small town situated at a beautiful spot in the midst of hills. Moodabidri is often referred to as the Jain Kashi of south India, due to its 18 Jain basadis (temples) dedicated to the memory of the Tirthankaras .» read more

Sonagiri Jain Temples

Location: Sonagiri is located Datia 15 km (By Road) 15 km (by Train) from Datia and  45 km (By Road) 48 km (By Train) from Jhansi  For transport a Bus of Sonagiri Kshetra is available at Sonagiri Railway Station.
Sonagiri tirth is pure natural environment, hilly  and scene of  beautiful temples with high spires looks ve

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Location :  Shravanabelagola  is located 51 km south east of Hassan in Karnataka at an Altitude of about 3350 feet above sea level. There are excellent roads from Bangalor and Mysore. The nearest airport is Banglore which at a distance of  157 km. and the nearest railway station is Hassan. It is a little township tucked away between Indragiri and Chandragiri hills.
  The colossal rock cut statue of  saint Gommat

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Kolkata Digambar Jain Temples

Kolkata the capital of West Bengal is famous for its jain temples. The main Digambar jain  temples are:

  •   Shree Digambar Jain Bada Mandir (Burra Bazar)
  •   Shree Digambar Jain Naya Mandir (Ravindra Sarani, Kolakata)
  •   Shree Digambar Jain Temple (Howrah)

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Nakhoda Mosque

This mosque is situated at Mahatma Gandhi Road. Huge red sandstones were used to build this mosque. This huge mosque can hold up to 10000 worshippers at a time. This mosque was built in 1926. It has two minarets 46 m high and an onion - shaped dome.

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