Deoghar is a holy city located in the state of Jharkhand. The temple is considered to be a sacred place of Hinduism. Here is one of the twelve Jyotirlingas of Hinduism. The city has archaeological and historical value. The sacred temples of the city make this place for pilgrimage and tourists. The temple is considered to be the most famous place in the month of Shravan. The name Deoghar seems to be of recent origin and probably the temple of Lord Baidyanath was built. Deoghar is also known as “Baidyanath Dham”, and “Baba Dham”. The city is considered one of the 51 holy Shakti Peeths of India. Deoghar is the 5th largest city in Jharkhand
Visiting place in Deoghar
Nandan Pahar is an amusement park built on top of a hill. Nandan Pahar includes a garden, lake, and serves as an amusement or amusement park. Nandan Pahar is located at a distance of about 3 km from Baba Baidyanath Dham station. There is a belief in this place that when Ravana forcibly entered the abode of Lord Shiva, Nandi stopped Ravana. Nandi was the gatekeeper of Lord Shiva. Ravana got angry and threw him down at this place and hence, this hill is known by his name. This is a famous place for locals. The place also has a boating style which attracts the tourists who come there.
Baidyanath Temple is also known as Baba Vaidyanath Dham and Vaidyanath Dham. This temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. According to Hindu mythology, this temple is considered to be one of the 12 sacred Jyotirlingas. This temple is considered to be the holiest abode of Shiva. It is a temple complex that includes the main temple of Baba Vaidyanath. There are 21 other temples on the premises of this temple. According to Hindu mythology, the demon king Ravana worshiped Shiva at the present site of the temple, saying that he would later wreak havoc on the world. Millions of participants collect holy water from the Ganges at the Baidyanath temple in Jharkhand.
This temple is located in Dumka village near Deoghar. Basukinath is considered to be a famous place for Hindus. The temples of Shiva and Parvati are located opposite each other in the Basukinath temple. This temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. The temple is believed to have met Lord Shiva and Parvati at that time. The temple is very crowded in the month of Shravan.