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Adyapeath Temple



Adyapeath Temple is a white marble temple situated at Dakshineshwar, a pilgrim town on the banks of the Hooghly River, North 24 Parganas District. This temple functions under Dakshineshwar Ramakrishna Sangha Adyapeeth and it stands as a symbol of the unity of all religions.

The spire of this temple combines the moon, the star and Lord Shiva’s trident. The temple has three altars, one atop the other. The idol of lord Ram is placed in the first altar. The topmost altar contains the deities of Lord Krishna and Radha. Thousands of devotees attend the various pujas held here.

Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport is the nearest airport.



Updated on 22nd August, 2014
District: North 24 Parganas District
Location: Dakshineshwar    

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