Patal Bhuvaneshwar"Take A Trip to The Tribal Beauty"

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    PatalBhuvaneshwar Temple - According to historical estimation, the temples are around 2500 years old. There are temples ranging from the 8th to the 18th centuries.In the central part of PatalBhuvaneshwar is a temple, the PatalBhuvaneshwar Temple. The temple was constructed by the rulers of Chand and Katyuri dynasties and belongs to the 12th century AD.At the entrance of main temple, there are two idols named Jai and Vijay, standing with weapons held in their hands.The temple’s roof is carved with different designs. The sanctum of temple enshrines a lingam and idols of Shiva and Parvati. There is a statue of Lord Hanuman present in the premises of temple, next to which is a temple of Chandika Devi.

     

    Berinag - Berinag is a small hill town, which was originally called Bedi-Nag. This place was named after   King BediMadhava. The place has around 9 snake temples. Earlier, the Berinag was also popular for its tea gardens and a tea factory.

     

    PatalBhuvaneshwar Caves - The mouth of the main cave is a narrow, tunnel like opening, by which, the other interior caves can be reached. The cave is properly lit with artificial lights. In a 55 ft vertical passage inside the cave, there are steps formed on rocks, which go deep inside the earth. According to mythology, the cave of PatalBhubaneshwar, consecrated by AdiShankaracharya, is believed to be the dwelling of thirty three crore Hindu gods. At the entrance point of cave, is a havankund. It is believed that Chandi Path was written by Rishi Markandeya in this cave. The PatalaBhuvaneshwar Caves are a network of limestone caves. The cave main cave is around 160 m long and 90 feet deep from the entrance point. With the passage of time, the flow of water over the limestone in these caves, has formed many stalactites and stalagmites that resemble the hair of Shiva, Kali’s tongue, Aravati of Indra, Bhairav and more.

     

    HaatKalika Temple - Located in Gangolihaat, at a distance of 10 km from PatalBhuvaneshwar, the temple of HaatKalika was selected by AdiShankaracharya, to install the MahakaliShaktipeeth. It is believed that the original Goddess Kalika Mata idol, which was supposed to be installed in West Bengal, was shifted here.

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    Parwati Resort, Patal Bhuvaneshwar

    Village Patal Bhuvaneshwar Pithoragarh

    Parwati resort is located 4 km from the Patal Caves by road. One can also trek 1.5 kms through the Bhuvaneshar village to the caves. Parwati Resort is located at Patal Bhuvaneshwar Village, District- Pithoragarh, Patal.

    1,155.00 Avg/night

    KMVN Tourist Rest House, Patal Bhuvaneshwar

    Bhuwaneshwar, Gangolihat

    KMVN Tourist Rest House offers comfy and reasonable keep for each business and leisure travelers who looking for some economical decisions.It is a professionally managed hotel in the heart of the city. This property is c

    1,800.00 Avg/night

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    PatalBhuvaneshwar Temple - According to historical estimation, the temples are around 2500 years old. There are temples ranging from the 8th to the 18th centuries.In the central part of PatalBhuvaneshwar is a temple, the PatalBhuvaneshwar Temple. The temple was constructed by the rulers of Chand and Katyuri dynasties and belongs to the 12th century AD.At the entrance of main temple, there are two idols named Jai and Vijay, standing with weapons held in their hands.The temple’s roof is carved with different designs. The sanctum of temple enshrines a lingam and idols of Shiva and Parvati. There is a statue of Lord Hanuman present in the premises of temple, next to which is a temple of Chandika Devi.

     

    Berinag - Berinag is a small hill town, which was originally called Bedi-Nag. This place was named after   King BediMadhava. The place has around 9 snake temples. Earlier, the Berinag was also popular for its tea gardens and a tea factory.

     

    PatalBhuvaneshwar Caves - The mouth of the main cave is a narrow, tunnel like opening, by which, the other interior caves can be reached. The cave is properly lit with artificial lights. In a 55 ft vertical passage inside the cave, there are steps formed on rocks, which go deep inside the earth. According to mythology, the cave of PatalBhubaneshwar, consecrated by AdiShankaracharya, is believed to be the dwelling of thirty three crore Hindu gods. At the entrance point of cave, is a havankund. It is believed that Chandi Path was written by Rishi Markandeya in this cave. The PatalaBhuvaneshwar Caves are a network of limestone caves. The cave main cave is around 160 m long and 90 feet deep from the entrance point. With the passage of time, the flow of water over the limestone in these caves, has formed many stalactites and stalagmites that resemble the hair of Shiva, Kali’s tongue, Aravati of Indra, Bhairav and more.

     

    HaatKalika Temple - Located in Gangolihaat, at a distance of 10 km from PatalBhuvaneshwar, the temple of HaatKalika was selected by AdiShankaracharya, to install the MahakaliShaktipeeth. It is believed that the original Goddess Kalika Mata idol, which was supposed to be installed in West Bengal, was shifted here.

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