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"The Land of Krishna Devotion"

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Blanketed away in the commotion of West Bengal, Nabadwip - Mayapur is a cluster of nine islands located on the banks of Ganges. This place is one of those few religious shrines whose spirit of devotion is palpable.

The scattered forests, orchids and winding paths leading to small villages give you an excellent sense of peace. With almost 200 temples concentrated in this small rural setting, Navadwipa is God's own land, in every sense of the term. It is unaffected by economy, industry and futile activity. The place is untouched by tides of time and is a perfect treat for your aesthetic sense and devotion. It doesn't matter which faith you believe in, this land of Lord Chaitanya (reincarnation of Lord Krishna) will enthrall you like nothing else.

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What is famous about Nabadwip?

A place of perfect solitude for the divinity seekers.

What is not so good about Nabadwip?

Local cuisine mainly consists of vegetarian food. Limited accommodation options available.

Who should visit Nabadwip?

Ideal for both history lovers and Hindu devotees. Equally suitable for weekend tourists and regular backpackers from places like Kolkata, Kharagpur, etc.

What is the best time to visit Nabadwip?

The place experiences all the seasons. The summers are generally hot and temperatures can shoot up to as high as 40 degrees Celcius. Winters tend to get chilly with temperatures as low as 8 degrees Celcius. Since a trip to Navadwipa would involve heavy outdoor excursion, it's most feasible to travel in days when the weather is pleasant. An ideal time would be in the months of October-November and February-March. The Navadwipa Mandala Parikrama organised by ISKCON Mayapur is especially popular amongst the devotees so do take a look online before deciding a time of visit.
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What is the local food in Nabadwip?

The local cuisine of the place comprises mainly of vegetarian Indian food. Being a religious shrine, Navadwipa doesn't have a large variety when it comes to food. Apart from the local dhabas, some other eating places are open around various temple complexes, serving simple and hygienically prepared food.
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What is the best way to reach Nabadwip?

Navadvipa is well connected to the rest of India by both railways and roadways. There is, however, no direct flight connectivity to  Navadvipa. The nearest available airport is the famous Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport at Kolkata, which is approximately 125 km away from Navadvipa, accessible in the shortest way by NH 19.

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What are the things to do in Nabadwip?

The top things to do in Nabadwip are Sri Chaitanya Saraswat Math, ISKCON Temple, Nabadwip, Radha Rani Temple, Shri Devananda Gaudiya Math, Sri Mahaprabhu Mandir, Shiv Mandir. You can see all the places to visit in Nabadwip here

What are the places near Nabadwip?

The top places near to Nabadwip are Mayapur which is 10 km from Nabadwip, Santiniketan which is located 76 km from Nabadwip, Kolkata which is located 92 km from Nabadwip, Chandannagar which is located 59 km from Nabadwip, Bardhaman which is located 55 km from Nabadwip

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1 year ago
Truely Nabadwip is the greatest place among all in India..thanks..Everyone most welcome here..A Awsome place I ever been.Please bring your family here and enjoy lots.

Rohit Shroff

4 years ago
- Navadwipa welcomes thousands of devotees every year when Krishna devotees from all over the world come over to take part in the Navadwipa Mandala Parikrama.
- Navadwipa Mandala Parikrama is a r (Read More)itualistic walk in which the devotees circle the entire city barefoot, chanting the lord Krishna's name. To facilitate the excursion, the people are divided into groups or mandals, each catering to a different language requirement- English, Hindi and even Russian are the most popular mandal divisions

Rahul Saha

4 years ago
Team, please correct the spelling. It's Nabadwip.
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