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Bijlipur Temple

MDR10E, Balrampur Rural, Uttar Pradesh 271201, India

Hindu Temples

About Bijlipur Temple

The temple built by the erstwhile Maharaja of Balrampur in the 19th century.The temple holds great significance for the population of the area and is a popular venue for mundan (shaving the head of 1 year-olds) of children of this area. There is no idol in the main temple. There is a deep hole in the ground that is covered with cloth and prayers to the Devi are performed over it.



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Jetavana Monastry19.77km from Bijlipur Temple

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Devi Patan Temple21.71km from Bijlipur Temple

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Imambada Gulab Bari73.09km from Bijlipur Temple

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Chhawani75km from Bijlipur Temple

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Where is Bijlipur Temple

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The District Balrampur – Ramanujganj is located in the northern part of Chhattisgarh state in central India. It was carved out of the erstwhile Surguja district and came into existence on 17th January, 2012. The district shares its boundaries with the states of Uttar Pradesh, Jharkhand, and Madhya Pradesh and is spread out over a total land area of about 60.16 lakh hectares. The hilly and thickly forested terrains of the Satpuda hill ranges cover a large part of the district. Paddy and maize are