Information about Maluti Temples, Jharkhand | History | Map

Temples Of Maluti

India has a rich cultural heritage and it reflects on its architecture. Jharkhand which is known for its beautiful waterfalls, wildlife and temples  have an important place in the tourism map of India. Maluti, a small town in Jharkhand which has 72 old temples at a radius of 1150 Ft , all Maluti temples are dedicated to Lord Shiva.

Facts about Maluti Temples

  • It was built between ‎17th to 19th century
  • The beautiful temples of Maluti were  built under the Baj Basanta dynasty.
  • The place is once known as the tax-free kingdom.
  • The annual sacrifice of over 100 goats on Kali Puja is the main attraction of this site
  • The architecture of these temples is inspired from Bengal temple architecture.

Also See – Lotus Temple – A Beautiful example of Bahai Architecture in Delhi

According to the locals, it is supposed that the king of Nankar state wants to make 108 temples, but the less maintenance caused the deterioration of 36 temples. Today the condition is become more complex and threatened by natural disaster and listed in 12 most endangered cultural heritage sites.
Where To Stay?

In a tour of Maluti Temples visitor can also spot the other attractions of this place, all you need is to a perfect comfortable and convenience accommodations. Below are some best hotels and resorts near Maluti-

1 . Hotel Yashoda International

Address – Birbhum, Tarapith, Tarapith , 731233

2 . Hotel Sonar Bangla

Address – Birbhum, Birbhum, Tarapith , 731233

3 . Amantran Hotel & Resorts

Address – Belia, Barshal, Birbhum, Tarapith, Rampurhat, Tarapith , 731233

4 . Hotel Meghnath

Address – Birbhum, Tarapith, Tarapith , 731233

5 . Hotel Swagatam International

Address – P.O.Tarapith, Birbhum, Tarapith , 731233

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