States Assam Nalbari Hari Mandir

Hari Mandir Nalbari

This temple has been a tourist attraction for a long period of time. Hari Mandir of Nalbari has been dedicated to Lord Krishna, a form of Lord Vishnu. The temple has been established in the year 1965. It is centrally located at the town of Nalbari which makes it extremely easy to visit from any direction. The land on which the Hari Mandir is built has been donated by Rambahadur Pratap Narayan Choudhury. The temple has lots of historical events and folklores attached to it. Hari Mandir has earned its reputation especially due to the Ras Mahotsav Festival.

Popular Things to do & See around

One of the most popular things to do while you’re visiting Hari Mandir is to attend the Ras Mahotsav Festival that is held annually and is celebrated for 15 days. This festival attracts a lot of Hindu devotees to this Mandir. It allows the tourists to see the greatness of Hindu culture and witness the energy with which they honour and respect their Gods.

Getting There

Hari Mandir can be reached from Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport (GAU) which is around an hour away by a cab. You can also avail taxis to reach Nalbari and then Hari Mandir from nearby towns and cities. To reach Hari Mandir, you can take local transport from Paltan Bazaar Railway Station, when trains from Guwahati, Kolkata and Delhi halt. There are many state-run and private buses that take you to Hari Mandir, Nalbari from surrounding places.

Hari Mandir Nalbari, Assam

Best Time to Visit

With hot summers and rainy monsoons, winters seem the best time to enjoy a wonderful trip at this spot. For excellent weather conditions to do your sightseeing in and around Hari Mandir, it is best to visit around the months of October to February.

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