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Situated in the confluence of confluence of Bhagirathi and Jalangi river is well known for its cultural and religious importance.  Nabadwip practically means 9 islands. They are  namely  Simantadwip, Rudradwip, Madhyadwip, Godrumdwip, Ritudwip, Jahnudwip, Modadrumdwip,  Koladwip, and Antardwip (Mayapur). The place is the birth place of great Vaishnava Saint Shri Chaitanya deva who took his birth in 1486. Nabadweep is situated at the confluence of river Bhagirathi and Jalangi. In the era of Sen Dynasty this place served as the capital of Bengal. 186 temples are there in Nabadeep as per government records. It is the world headquarters of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) at Mayapur.

Another attraction of Nabadweep is Raash Festival.  It is also known as "Pat Purnima" or "Rash Kali Puja" or "Shakta Rash" as "Gour Ganger Desh" by various sects of religion.  It is a place for pilgrimage also and is a great crowd puller.

To See

  • Sonar Gouranga
  • Debananda Gourio Math
  • Shree Aruabinda Ashram
  • Shree Saraswat Gourio Asan
  • Fulia (26 kilometers)
  • Santipur (20 kilometers)
  • Mayapur

To Reach

By Air - Nearest airport is at Kolkata (Kolkata Airport), which is air linked with all major Indian and international cities. Nabadweep is 115 kilometers by road from Netaji Subhas Bose International airport. From krishnanagar its one hour by road.

By Rail – Nabadweep local train is available from Howrah Station (Kolkata). To reach this historic place other trains like Teesta Torsha and other Express trains are also available. From krishnanagar its one hour by road.

By Road - Nabadweep is near National Highway (NH 34). And is nearly 105 kilometers, 2 ½ hours drive. It has good bus connectivity to and from Kolkata, Malda, Siliguri, Berhampore, Jalpaiguri, Purulia, Mayapur etc. Private vehicle can also be hired 

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This place is also called as the ‘queen of the hills’. This place is invariably a paradise for nature lovers and adventure seekers.

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