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20 Attractions to Explore Near Jatileswar Temple

Jatileswar Temple
Jatileswar Templemallick Hat, Molliker Hat, West Bengal 735224, India

This famous temple of Dooars is one of the oldest temples of the region built around 320 AD to 600 AD. The temple is dedicated to Jatileswar or Lord Shiva. It is under the protection of the Archaeological Survey of India.

Nearby Attractions

Jalpesh Mandir
Jalpesh Mandir5.50 KMs away from Jatileswar Temple

This 350-year-old temple of Lord Shiva was founded by Sri Bisu Singh. The first entrance to the temple has a figure of Lord Shiva on a platform balanced by the trunks of elephants. The interiors of the temple are extremely beautiful and attractive to look at.

Karala River
Karala River19.08 KMs away from Jatileswar Temple

The small River Karala, popularly known as ‘the Thames of Jalpaiguri’ flows through the middle of the town. A nature walk along the riverbank of Karala is truly refreshing. There is boat riding and a well-maintained park adjacent to the river.

Rajbari Dighi
Rajbari Dighi19.56 KMs away from Jatileswar Temple

The remnants of the Jalpaiguri Rajbari (Palace) serve as a major sightseeing spot. The palace gate is a large unreinforced concrete structure. and it consists of a palace building, portico, two temples and a garden flanked by the palace pond, called the “Rajbari Dighi."

Jalpaiguri Tea Garden
Jalpaiguri Tea Garden22.60 KMs away from Jatileswar Temple

Jalpaiguri has been called as the land of tea, timber, and tourism. Its landscapes are covered with thousands of tea gardens which are the backbone of the district's economy. Tea tourism has been initiated here to take tourists through the knowledge of tea production, processing, and manufacture.

Gorumara National Park
Gorumara National Park26.60 KMs away from Jatileswar Temple

A thick forest that sits prettily at the foothills of Great Himalayan mountains having a large variety of flora and fauna. It is especially famous for its Asiatic one-horned rhino and there are so many other animals too. It has been declared as the best among the protected areas in India by the Ministry of Environment and Forests.

Chapramari Wildlife forest
Chapramari Wildlife forest37.41 KMs away from Jatileswar Temple

It is an extension of Gorumara National Park and is a relatively small forest. There is a wide range of wildlife and birds in Chapramari. Jeep safaris are offered by the forest department to see the wilderness of the forest which covers around 960 hectares.

Jaldapara National Park
Jaldapara National Park39.24 KMs away from Jatileswar Temple

Situated in the Eastern foothills of the Himalayas and it has the largest population of the Indian one horned rhinoceros in the state.

Lal Jhamela Basti
Lal Jhamela Basti43.69 KMs away from Jatileswar Temple

This is a virgin tourist spot dotted with towering trees and a vast carpet of the green grass and the river Diana flows through the side of this place. And also this place gives a splendid view of Bhutan. It serves as a perfect weekend getaway for many visitors.

Chilapata Forest
Chilapata Forest45.54 KMs away from Jatileswar Temple

It is a dense forest that is part of Jaldapara National Park. It is rich in wildlife and the forest used to be home to large Rhinoceros populations. Safari and adventure lovers can explore this dense forest's vast area.

ISKCON Siliguri
ISKCON Siliguri51.57 KMs away from Jatileswar Temple

The ISKON temple is a hugely popular tourist attraction in the Siliguri. It is dedicated to Lord Krishna. Iskon Temple is an incredible blend of the Indian customs of ‘Vashtuhaara’ with modern architecture.

Salugara Monastery শালুগাড়া বৌদ্ধ মন্দির

A famous Buddhist shrine located on the outskirts of Siliguri founded by Tibetan monks and followers of the Dalai Lama. The 100 ft stupa Is the main attraction of the monastry. This stupa is revered by the monks as it brings out five kinds of relics of Buddhism.

Bengal Safari park
Bengal Safari park54.23 KMs away from Jatileswar Temple

Situated within the verdant forested area of Mahananda Wildlife Sanctuary and it is the first animal safari park of the North Bengal region. Surrounded with thick green forests and with a lot of wild animals. Tourists can spot and observe wild animals in their natural habitat at Bengal Safari Park.

Cooch Behar Palace
Cooch Behar Palace57.08 KMs away from Jatileswar Temple

This is the royal palace protected by the Archeological Survey of India in Cooch Behar which boasts of remarkable architecture similar to that of Buckingham Palace. It has graceful interiors and exteriors and it is a must-visit place for historians and those who want to go back to the royal ancient era.

Sagardighi, Cooch Behar
Sagardighi, Cooch Behar57.50 KMs away from Jatileswar Temple

This is a huge tank located in the heart of the city which was excavated by Maharaja Hitendra Narayan. It has heritage hotels, Victor House and a War Memorial around it. As well as being popular with people, it also attracts migratory birds each winter.

Karbandi Monastery
Karbandi Monastery57.86 KMs away from Jatileswar Temple

IT was the first and the oldest Buddhist monastry in Bhutan. It is also known as Karbandi Goemba and situated at an elevation of 400 meters. The view form this monastry is truly astonishing.

Bhutan Gate
Bhutan Gate57.97 KMs away from Jatileswar Temple

The Bhutan–India border is an example of exquisite craftsmanship and beautiful wood paining. It is the entry to the country of Bhutan and is a kind of greeting for the visitors. Walking across the gate is a one of a kind experience. Te international border separating Bhutan and India. The border is 699 km long and adjoins the Indian states of Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, West Bengal and Sikkim.

Zangtopelri
Zangtopelri58.17 KMs away from Jatileswar Temple

Zangto Pelri is a Buddhist Monastery and an exquisite example of the ancient architecture of Bhutan. Built-in 1990 by Dasho Aku Tongmi, who also composed the National Anthem of Bhutan, this beautiful structure houses several statues of Buddhist Gurus. It is one of the main tourist attracions in Bhutan.

Crocodile Zoo
Crocodile Zoo58.81 KMs away from Jatileswar Temple

One of the most visited tourst attractionns in Bhutan which was establieshed in 1976 for the conservation of crocodiles. The center releases them into nature once they become old enough to fend themselves in their natural habitat. The center started with only 4 Gharials and today the center has grown and is stretched over 0.6-acre land.

Coronation Bridge
Coronation Bridge59.65 KMs away from Jatileswar Temple

Also known as the Sevoke bridge which spans across the Teesta River connecting the districts of Darjeeling and Jalpaiguri. This bridge is an incredible specimen of architecture inspired by the Roman architecture. It was named to commemorate the coronation of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth.

Buxa Tiger Reserve
Buxa Tiger Reserve63.68 KMs away from Jatileswar Temple

The 15th tiger reserve of India which was set up on 16th February 1983. it serves as an international corridor for the migration of elephants between India and Bhutan. and it is home to 67 species of mammals, 36 species of reptiles and 230 species of unidentified avifauna and encompasses more than eight types of forests.