December 8, 2022

8 Best Places to Travel in Baghpat

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Top Tourist Attractions in Baghpat

Baghpat, Uttar Pradesh

About Baghpat

The town was originally called ‘Vyagprastha’ – a tigen country, which was found many years ago due of the people of tigers. There are numerous variations of the tale of the naming of the city. The original name of the village was, in one account, ‘Vyagprasth,’ while in another version the village received its name from the Hindi term ‘Vakyaprasth,.’ The town was eventually named ‘BAGHPAT’ and ‘BAGPAT’ in the Mughal era, inspired by those words and variations. After the mourning in 1857, Tehsil Baghpat’s headquarters were built and the city acquired importance.

The city used to be as a tiny town and had a small shopping area called Mandi. Now over 200, Jabita Khan, son of the Chief of Ruhela of Najibabad (Bijnore) Najib Khan, is the creator of this mandi. GUD and Sugar are produced and sold as the principal business activity of the people living in this region. In addition, there are various units involved in the production of shoes and farm equipment.

Best Places to Visit in Baghpat

  1. Trilok Teerth Dham
  2. Shri Parshwanath Atishaya Kshetra Prachin Digambar Jain Mandir
  3. Gufa Waale Baba Ka Mandir
  4. Naag Baba Ka Mandir
  5. Valmiki Ashram
  6. Kali Singh Baba Mandir
  7. Pura MahaDev
  8. IAF Chandinagar

Trilok Teerth Dham

 

Bada Gaon’s Trilok Teerth Dham is a Jain temple. This temple is designed in the shape of the Jain Emblem. This temple stands 317 feet tall, with 100 feet below earth and 217 feet above ground. On top of the temple is a 31-foot-tall statue of Rishabhdev in padmasan position constructed of Ashtadhatu (8 metals). A meditation centre, Samavasarana, NandishwarDweep, TrikaalChaubisi, Meru Temple, Lotus Temple, Parshvanath Temple, and Jambudweep are all part of this temple.

Shri ParshwanathAtishayaKshetraPrachin Digambar Jain Mandir

 

Shri Parshwanath Atishaya Kshetra Prachin Digambar Jain Mandir in Bada Gaon is a Jain temple. This centuries-old shrine is dedicated to the 23rd tirthankar, Parshvanatha. This temple’s Moolnayak is a white marble idol of Parshvanatha found from a well inside the shrine. The idol is thought to be supernatural, and the water from the well is said to have therapeutic properties. Aside from the main idol, numerous other idols were uncovered during excavation and set in other alters.

Pura MahaDev

 

Pura MahaDev Village, located on a hillock on the banks of the Hindon River, is populated by the Malik Jats. There is an ancient temple devoted to Lord Shiva in Haridwar, where Shiva devotees trek all the way from the sacred River Ganges as a sacrifice to Lord Shiva twice a year. Fairs are conducted in the foothills of the Lord Shiva temple in this village on the fourteenth day of Shraavana (sometime in August–September) and Phalguna (February). Mahadev Pura is around 3 kilometres (1.9 miles) from the nearest town, Baleni, which is well-served by the route that runs from Meerut (32 kilometres (20 miles) to Baghpat (28 kilometres (17 miles). According to local legend, the sage Parashurama erected a Shiva temple here and named it Shivapuri, which was later modified to Shivpura and finally shortened to Pura.

Gufa Waale Baba Ka Mandir

 

This temple is a holy location dedicated to Gufa Wale Baba Ji (a.k.a. Kuti Wale Baba). Within this location, there is also Lord Shiva’s mandir. People flock to it during religious festivals such as Holi and Diwali. Every Sunday, worshippers from the surrounding communities gather for religious activities. The temple is located in Sarurpur Kalan village on the Delhi-Saharanpur route (SH-57).

 

Naag Baba Ka Mandir

It is near the town of Bamnauli on the road from Baraut to Budhana through Puchar. Every year on NaagPanchmi, a large crowd gathers here. On Deepawali and Holi, people from local areas come here to worship NaagDevta, as do people from other cities in India.

 

 

Valmiki Ashram

The Valmiki Ashram is located about 25 kilometres from the city towards Meerut, off Meerut road and near the Hindon River in the village baleni, where the Ramayana Luv and Kush sons of Lord Rama were born and raised. This is where Sita settled following the Ram-Ravanyudh incident in the Ramayana.

 

Kali Singh Baba Mandir

This temple is near Laliyana village on the road from Chamrawal to DhauliPyau. Every Sunday, a sizable crowd congregates here. During Diwali and Holi, people travel from nearby cities to worship Kali Singh Baba.

 

IAF Chandinagar

IAF Chandinagar is an Indian Air Force training and Garud Commando Force base near the town of Chamrawal. Within Chandinagar, there is a Kendriya Vidyalaya school, a CSD canteen, and a Punjab National Bank branch.

Best Time to Visit in Baghpat

All Feb: During the month of February, the greatest temperature is 24 C° and the lowest… this is one of the best months to visit Baghpat-

How to Reach Baghpat

Convenience Distance

Nearest Airport : IGI,Delhi-80KM
Nearest Railway Station: Baghpat Road-Aggarwal Mandi (Tatiri) 2KM
Nearest Bus : Stand:Baghpat -Meerut Road

Distance to Nearby Town

Khekra : 11KM
Baraut : 24 KM

Distance to Other Places

Baghpat to Delhi : 40KM
Baghpat to Meerut 52KM
Baghpat to Ghaziabad: 55 KM
Baghpat to Saharanpur: 128KM
Baghpat to Lucknow: 510KM

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