Deoghar Tour Packages


Deoghar Tour Packages

Darshnam is one of the cheapest tour packages provider in Deoghar, Jharkhand, India. Sight-seen places in Deoghar, Baba Baidyanath Temple, Ramakrishna Mission Vidyapith, Noulakha Temple, Nav Durga Mandir, Nandan Pahar, Tapovan, Satsang Ashram, Basukinath, Trikuta Parvat, Lila Temple.We also have tour packages for Tarapith. Cabs Darshnam offers for tour Swift Dzire, Tata Zest, Indigo Cs, Tata Bol, Scorpio, Bolero, Innova, Tuv   300 and much more which you will demand.

Baba Baidyanath Temple

Shrine of one of the twelve Jyotirlingas, the Baba Baidyanath temple houses twenty-one other temples of different Gods and Goddesses. It is said that Ravana worshipped Lord Shiva and offered his ten heads as the sacrifice; impressed with which, Lord Shiva came to cure him as a ‘Vaidya’—doctor. That is how the temple derives its name ‘Baidyanath’. The temple is also one of the Shakti peeths, with the two temples — of Goddess Parvati and Lord Shiva — linked together to show the sacred bond of Shiva and Shakti. In the month of Shravan (August), the devotees bring sacred water from the Ganges to wash the Jyotirlinga with.

Ramakrishna Mission Vidyapith

Located in the heart of Deoghar, and established in 1922, Ram-Krishna Mission Vidyapeeth is the oldest educational institution of the Ram-Krishna Mission. It is now a senior secondary school for boys and used to be visited by the brother disciples of Swami Vivekananda. Monks and Brahmacharins run the institution, which includes teachers from all over India, along with those from foreign countries. There are a greenhouse and a small medicinal orchard aside from an established museum showing the ancient and tribal heritage of India. The most attractive feature is the temple of Shri Ram Krishna where religious festivals are carried out.

Noulakha Temple

Located about 2km away from the Baba Baidyanath Temple, the Noulakha temple is a shrine of the idols of Radha and Krishna; also a major Hindu pilgrimage centre. A calm and peaceful temple, it stretches to about 146ft in height. Built in 1948, the Noulakha temple was the creation of a saint known as Shree Balananda Brahmachari. A queen of the Pathuria Ghat royal family, Rani Charushila, is said to have donated the money for this temple to be built. It is believed that she had lost her son and husband, which led to her approaching the saint in her sorrowful state. He then advised her to have said temple constructed. It is about 8km away from Tapovan— another area that consists of a number of caves, where the saint Balananda used to meditate.

Trikut Pahar

The Ropeway at Trikut Hills (Trikut Pahar )at Deoghar is the only such service in Jharkhand. It is also known as Gagan Khatola. It takes passengers from the base of Trikut Pahar to the top of Highest Peak and back. It takes around 10 minutes for one Car to reach the Cliff.The Ropeway can carry 4 People in a Single Car (or Cabin) and about 25 Cars are in operation at present. The To and Fro fare of the Ropeway Ride is Rs 50 per person, provided the passenger returns back within 2 hours. If delayed, he/she is required to pay Rs 50 for the return trip.It was constructed by RITES and Calcutta-based construction firm, Damodar Ropeway Construction Company and launched in 2009. Constructed at an angle of 44 degrees, the total length of the rope on which cabins were fixed is about 766m (2,512 feet). The climbs are about 392m (1,282 feet) from the ground to the top.

Nandan Pahar 

Nandan Pahar Parks are places set aside by the government for the recreational use of people and also to conserve the flora and fauna of a certain place. It is for the children to play, it is for the elderly people to spend time in walking and exercising.Nandan Pahar also supplies Drinking Water to a large section of Deoghar Population. It also has a Ghost House, Boot House, Mirror House and Restaurant.It is also famous for a big Nandi Temple.Deoghar is the home of Gods that’s why it also is known for a large number of popular tourist destinations in Jharkhand, India.Nandan Pahar Parks has natural attractions like high points with beautiful views of the city as well as sunsets and sunrises, museums and a set of temples.The temple dedicated to Lord Shiva a natural Shiva Linga. It also has idols of several other deities in this temple(Maa Parvati, Maa Kali, Maa Laxmi, Maa Durga, Radha Krishna, Brahmadev) much more.Sunset point is the most famous point to view the exquisite evening Sunsets.

Harila Jori 

Harila Jori is situated on the northern side of Deoghar, 8 km away from Baidyanath temple and 5 km away from Tower Chowk. During ancient times, the area was full of Haritaki (Myrobalan) trees. This was the place where Ravana handed over the lingam to Lord Visnu disguised as a Brahmin and went for urination. A stream flows here and is known as Ravana Jori.Legends say that both Shiva and Vishnu met here. Hence the name, Harila – Jori.The Shiva temple was constructed by Achintan Das. There is also a tank at this place which is famous as Shool Harini tank. It is a famous tourist place.

Shiv Ganga

Shivganga is a Sacred Pond located 200m from the Baba Baidyanath Temple at Deoghar Jharkhand. Devotees take water from Shivaganga to offer to Lord Shiva at the Baidyanath Temple. There is a huge Idol of Lord Shiva on one end of Shiva Ganga. Historically, the Pond has never dried up.According to Ancient Scriptures, when Ravana was taking the Shivalingam to his country, Lanka, he felt the urge for urination. He handed over the lingam to a Brahmin and went for urination. After urination, he needed to wash his hands and be purified before holding the lingam. When he did not find any water source nearby, he made a blow with his fist on the earth and water came out and formed a pond. This pond is now known as Shivaganga.It has been revamped by the Landlord of Lakshmipur and a temple was built by Raja Jai Singh.


Rikhiapeeth is situated in a tiny, remote and rural village of Rikhia panchayat, twelve kilometres from the renowned temple town of Deoghar, also known as Baba Baidyanath Dham, in the state of Jharkhand. Undoubtedly the strong spiritual presence of the rishis, enlightened sages, at Rikhia in the past has percolated down to the present day as the place is pure, serene and radiates peace. Its location abounds in divine vibrations as it is the Tapo Bhumi, place of intense spiritual practices and austerities of Swami Satyananda where he performed the Panchagni Vidya, the five fires worship, and other long and arduous Vedic sadhanas or spiritual practices.Rikhia is eternally blessed, as for twenty years it was the abode and Tapo bhumi of the realized sage and visionary Swami Satyananda who embodied the wisdom, tapasya, austerity, and enlightened understanding of the ancient rishis, and great seers.

NavDurga Mandir

Nav Durga Mandir is a temple dedicated to Nine Avatars of Goddess Durga at Dev Sangha Ashram located at Bompas Town Deoghar. The reigning deity of Nav Durga Mandir is Goddess Hemavati. The temple has a beautiful Sanctorum with idols of Lord Shiva, Goddess Saraswati, Goddess Annapurna Brahmarshi Satyadev among many others. The Annual Durga Puja Celebrations at Nav Durga Mandir attracts crowds from West Bengal, Odisha and many parts of Jharkhand.


Tapovan Hills is located 10km from the Deoghar Town. It is mainly famous for Tapo Nath Mahadev, the temple of Lord Shiva. It is named Tapovan because in the olden days it was a meditation spot (Tapobhumi) for the Nagas.It is said that Sage Valmiki came here for penance. Sri Balananda Brahmachari obtained Siddhi (success through penance) here. Sri Mohanananda Brahmachari, the disciple of Sri Balananda Brahmachari also used to come here.There is a cracked rock at Tapovan. In the inner surface of the crack, one can see a portrait of Hanuman. This is an amazing feat as it is practically impossible to insert a paint brush in the crack and draw anything.Below the hill, there is a small cemented Kund (water – body) which is called Sukta Kunda (Sita Kunda) by the local people. It is a holy water body. It is said that Sita used to take bath here.

Satsang Ashram

Satsang Ashram is one of the major religious establishments of India with over 2000 branches worldwide and is related to is related with Radhaswami sect. Satsang Deoghar is the main branch of Satsang started by Thakur Anukul Chandra and is located on the south-west of Deoghar.The Ashram situated at Satsangnagar has large buildings with rooms and dormitories where people from different places of India and abroad can stay during their visits to the Ashram. The Ashram has a free kitchen named ‘Anandabazar’ for those who visit the Ashram and who stay there permanently.At present, there are more than two thousand branches of Satsang located not only in India but also Bangladesh, Burma, Europe and America. Satsang Vihars (centres) have been set up in several different provinces of India including Assam, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Tripura, West Bengal, Bihar, Orissa, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Rajasthan, Uttarakhand, Madhya Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, Maharastra, Gujrat, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, etc.

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  • Areas Of Visit: Basukinath
  • Trikut Parvat
  • Tapovan
  • Noulakha Mandir
  • Balanand Ashram
  • Satsang Ashram



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  2. Trikut Parvat (10am-12pm)
  3. Tapovan (12pm-1:30pm)
  4. Noulakha Mandir (1:30pm-2:30pm)
  5. Balanand Ashram (2:30pm-3pm)
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Rikhiapeeth is situated in a tiny, remote and rural village of Rikhia panchayat, twelve kilometres from the renowned temple town of Deoghar, also known as Baba Baidyanath Dham, in the state of Jharkhand. Undoubtedly the strong spiritual presence of the rishis, enlightened sages, at Rikhia in the past has percolated down to the present day as the place is pure, serene and radiates peace. Its location abounds in divine vibrations as it is the taipo bhumi, place of intense spiritual practices and austerities of Swami Satyananda where he performed the Panchagni Vidya, the five fires worship, and other long and arduous Vedic sadhanas or spiritual practices.


Rikhia is eternally blessed, as for twenty years it was the abode and taipo bhumi of the realised sage and visionary Swami Satyananda who embodied the wisdom, tapasya, austerity, and enlightened understanding of the ancient rishis, and great seers. Paramahansa Satyananda revived the glory of the divine heritage of ancient times by bringing the teachings into a modern context through the medium of Rikhiapeeth, which has developed into a dynamic spiritual epicentre where the cardinal teachings of Swami Sivananda “Serve, Love and Give” are practised and lived.

‘Peeth’ means seat of higher learning, thus Rikhiapeeth, in keeping with the word ‘rishi’ from which Rikhia is derived, aims to disseminate the ancient spiritual knowledge as propagated by the Vedic lineage of rishis in the Vedas, Upanishads and Puranas, as well as impart modern skills to all regardless of caste, creed, nationality, religion and gender. The higher learning imparted at Rikhiapeeth is not merely intellectual knowledge, rather the imbibing of tools for evolution in the day to day life, thus enabling each and everyone to realise their true potentials.

Those who are fortunate to visit Rikhiapeeth today would not be able to imagine the dire state of poverty and deprivation that Swami Satyananda found Rikhia panchayat in when he first arrived on the 23rd of September 1989. The signs of prosperity, vitality and most importantly the optimism that these villagers now express is a miraculous transformation that has occurred in a relatively short span of time.


When Swami Satyananda arrived, it was not with the idea of opening an ashram or yoga centre. He came here to live in seclusion. Of course, he remained in seclusion practising his sadhana until the last day of his life, but his vision, inspiration and love for the underprivileged and impoverished manifested in an unparalleled way at Rikhiapeeth.

In 1991, Swami Satyananda received a divine mandate that changed the destiny of Rikhia forever, “Take care of your neighbours as I have taken care of you.” This command awakened his profound empathy for the plight of his neighbours, and from that moment the mission of Paramahansa Satyananda took an entirely different turn at Rikhia. There was no teaching of yoga and meditation as he had established in Munger. Instead, he inspired people to live a life of service following the highest ideals of Atma bhava, feeling and experiencing yourself in others, as outlined in Vedanta.


Swami Satyananda said, “Service is the greatest purifier of karmas and without internal purity spiritual life is meaningless. It is through service that spiritual evolution gains momentum and the inner journey towards the highest knowledge begins.”

The transformation of Rikhia has occurred as a sadhana, spiritual practice, not as a charity. What we see today are the fruits of the intense tapasya, austerities, performed by Paramahansa Satyananda throughout his life and the fulfilment of a divine mandate, which has been exalted here in Rikhiapeeth.

Rikhiapeeth has developed into a vibrant spiritual epicentre abundant in peace, plenty and prosperity. Aspirants, seekers, devotees, householders and sannyasins come from all parts of the world to live and work together for the benefit of others by following the high ideals of Seva, selfless service, sadhana, spiritual practice, swadhyaya, self-study, and Satsang, association with truth. It is a place of inspiration and joy for the thousands of natives who live in the hundreds of villages that surround Rikhiapeeth, as well as for millions of spiritual aspirants and devotees who come to imbibe the spiritual vibrations that abound in this sacred place.

On 25th of November 2006 during the auspicious occasion of the Rajasooya Yajna, which was performed by Sri Swamiji at Rikhia for twelve years, Paramahansa Satyananda officially declared that Rikhia ashram would be known as Rikhiapeeth and announced Swami Satyasangananda as its Peethadhishwari, spiritual acharya. He also gave Rikhiapeeth the mantra of peace, plenty and prosperity, ‘Aim Hreem Klim’ and established the sacred Sri Yantra and mandala of Tripura Sundari as the adhishtatri Devi of Rikhiapeeth.

Swami Satyasangananda has the responsibility to carry on the tradition that was established by her Guru Swami Satyananda. He gave her the Sankalpa or resolve, to ensure that the three fundamental teachings of Swami Sivananda, ‘Serve, Love, Give’ are practised and lived in Rikhiapeeth. Swami Satyasangananda has lived in Rikhiapeeth for over 20 years. She lived closely with Swami Satyananda from the first day he arrived until the final moments when he attained Mahasamadhi, fulfilling the vision that he held for Rikhia. Since the inception, she has been instrumental in creating and developing his Tapobhumi, place of intense spiritual practices and austerities.

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Basukinath Dham Tour

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Basukinath serves as a place of pilgrimage for Hindus.The Basukinath Temple is a popular attraction. Basukinath temple is the court of Baba Bhole Nath. In Basukinath Dham, Shiva and Parvati temple are just in-front of each other. In the evening when gates of both the temples are opened then the devotees are suggested to move away from in-front of the gates as there is a belief that Lord Shiva and Mata Parvati meet each other at this time. Basukinath is famous for the mela of Shraavana (a month of the Hindu calendar), between July and August. Many devotees visit the place from various parts of India and offer holy water of Ganges to the deity collected from Sultangunj, Bhagalpur district in Bihar, which is almost 135 km from Basukinath.

Basukinath is Situated on Dumka-Deoghar Highway, it is close to Jasidih Dumka Railway line. Closest station is Basukinath and Jamtara Railway Station.

Stories Related to Basukinath

There is a belief related to Basukinath that during Sagar Manthan, Lord Shiva was pleased with the services of Nagraj Basuki and blessed him. It is said that this Shivlinga was established here by Nagraj Basuki. In ancient times, many cobras used to worship and perform milk bath to the Shivlinga during night time. When the people came to know about this then the Basukinath temple was built.

There is an another story related to Basukinath, a Sudra had a leprosy. He worshipped Shiva to cure his disease. Lord Shiva got pleased with his worship and came in his dreams and told him to invite the priest of Basukinath temple for a meal. This will cure your disease. The Sudra then took the message of Lord Shiva to the priest but he refused to come for the meal. Next day Lord Shiva told the priest that the Sudra is his devotee so accept his invitation and help him cure his disease.

The priest again refused which angered Lord Shiva and he cursed him of suffering from leprosy. This angered the priest and even he cursed him of facing thunderbolt. The curse of Lord Shiva caused him Leprosy and the priest’s curse caused Lord Shiva face thunderbolt which broke the Shivlinga. After this incident, the priest was very unhappy that due to his curse Lord Shiva had to bear pain. After this the priest accepted the invitation of the Sudra to have a meal in his house. The Queen of that place got the Shivlinga bound from silver.

Beliefs Related to Basukinath Dham

It is said that Basukinath temple is the court of Baba Bhole Nath. Bhole Nath listens to his devotees here so the devotees visiting Baidyanath Dham also visits Basukinath Dham. There is a belief that Bhole Nath does registration of Kanwariya in the Ajgaibinath temple situated in mid of the north flowing Ganga.

It is also said that this Ajgaibinath Mahadev provided bow to Janak which was broken by Lord Shri Ram and then married Sita. After offering Jal in Deoghar, the cases of the devotees ge transferred in the court of Baba Basukinath and when the devotees reach and offer Jal there then their cases are heard and solved.

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Best Places To Visit In Deoghar


This is a list of Best Places To Visit In Deoghar. Darshnam Tours offers you online booking of these famous destinations.

  • Baidyanath Temple – According to Hindu mythology, Ravana went to Mount Kailash and prayed to Lord Shiva, who gave him a Jyotirlinga to take to his land, with the promise not to place the lingam anywhere else. In case that happened, the lingam would remain fixed on that spot forever. The gods, who were unhappy at the prospect of the divine lingam being established in the enemy kingdom, which would render them powerless against their adversary, worked a trick on Ravana. He mistakenly handed over the lingam to a brahmin, who grounded it at Deoghar. Ravana did his best to uproot it but beyond breaking the tip he was unsuccessful. In deep remorse, he used to come to this place every day and worship the lingam by offering water from the Ganges. Historically the temple is dated to 1596. The temple has almost all god & goddess and the whole temple is built on a single rock. During the month of ‘Sawan,’ people from across the country come to offer ganga jal to the divine Shiva ling.

For centuries, devotees, in the month of Shravan (June-July) undertake a rigorous 100-km pilgrimage on foot from Ajgaibinath (Sultanganj) in Bhagalpur district to offer holy water from the Ganges to the lingam at Deoghar. Be advised that it is very crowded in Deoghar during this period as more than 5 million devotees visit every year. Hence it is not recommended for a casual traveller to visit Deoghar during these months.

  • Nandan Pahar – A picnic spot with some basic rides atop a small hill. Vehicles come to the base but one has to walk up.
  • Naulakha Mandir – it is a beautiful temple of Radha-Krishna on the outskirts of Deogarh
  • Satsang Ashram – it is a holy place for the followers of Sri Sri Thakur Anukulachandra. It also has a museum and a zoo with a sarva dharma mandir.
  • Tapovan – A picnic spot with some caves and lots of monkeys. 8 km from Deoghar, Balanand Brahmachari used to meditate here.
  • Balanand Ashram Yogashala, Karnibagh – Yoga Institution.
  • Harila Joria – 8 km from Deoghar, famous for Shiva Temple
  • Trikut – 16 km from Deoghar, source of the River Mayurakshi – vehicles come to the base but one has to walk up. Recently a ropeway has been built to ferry people to the top.
  • Prabhu Jagadbandhu Ashrama – 4 km from Deoghar, on the way to Tapovan, near Charki Pahari crossing – for the short stay in a cool, pristine environment with monks and other ashramiks.
  • Ramkrishna Mission Vidyapith, Tiwari Chowk (Williams Town).