|Address:||For Debipur temple:
Debipur - Satgachia Road, Debipur, West Bengal 713146
For Rakhalraja Ashram:
Gopaldaspur, Baidyapur, West Bengal 713122
For Baidyapur heritage:
Bagerpur - Purbapara Rd, Baidyapur, West Bengal 713170
|How to go:||People who are not using private car, can easily hire toto from Debipur and visit the places. Definitely it will take the whole day to cover Debipur and Baidyapur.|
|Pros:||Good mobile network, food stall, communication, road condition|
|What to visit ?||Debipur
|Company:||Family and friends|
|Minimum day/time to visit:||1 full day|
|Expenses:||Max 500 per head (Share basis)|
You can easily reach Debipur by local train from Howrah. It takes around 2.5 hours to reach. After getting down walk back and take left towards Jora Shiv Temple. You can ask anyone, they will give you the direction. You can also take toto or Rikhshaw, no need to reserve any vehicle at all as hardly 15 minutes it will take. From there you can visit Jora Shiv temple which is open adjacent to the bus stop. From there you can visit Laxmi Janardan Deul style temple which is nearby. Amazing terracotta style is clearly visible into the outer surface of all temples. Even though the temples are being painted recently in various suitable colors due to maintenance work, still one can understand the value of the amazing art work.
Rakhal Raja Temple
Rakhal Raja Temple is one of the most peaceful temple compound in Gopaldaspur which is comes under Baidyapur. Lord Krishna is worshiped as Rakhal Raj inside the temple from the decade. The welcome vibes of the temple compound along with a huge Peepul tree is always being special for anyone. The beautiful idol of Lord Krishna is made of Neem wood and worshiped everyday 2 times. There are coupon system which is organized for distributing bhog(blessed food) which is definitely a not-to-miss thing in Rakhal Raja Temple. The environment itself is very pleasant, the village, fields, people create such a pleasant environment that you can easily spend one full day. Various birds are calling and flying here are there, making the environment more lively. I bet once you go there, you will love to visit that place again.
Baidyapur is a small village where once upon a time many Jamindars used to live. Hence we can find numerous ancient and rich historical architecture till date. Like most of the Jamindar houses in Bengal, the families are scattered everywhere but they gets assembled in Dashera festivals and all the mansions get renovated and painted. That time the whole village people get united and makes the days memorable. There are many people who spends time in those heritage mansion during puja. Apart from Dashera, one may face trouble to enter into the houses but make sure you are assembling a team who is pretty much interested about the subject and have minimum knowledge to convince people. Within few hours you can cover the whole place. All the things are easily available and accessible in this village. You can hire toto from anywhere and visit the places as every mansions are adjacent to each other.