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Belur Math Shrine, Belur

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The spiritual center of the Ramakrishna Movement, Belur Math Shrine, sits on the west bank of the Hooghly River, sprawling across 16 hectares (40 acres). The campus includes temples dedicated to Swami Vivekananda, Sarada Devi, and of course, Ramakrishna. A site for many devoted pilgrims, the grounds include a museum dedicated to the history and legacy of the Ramakrishna Movement. Check the website for the campus' seasonal opening hours. See Belur Math Shrine and all Belur has to offer by arranging your trip with our Belur travel itinerary planner.
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  • Belur math is a nice place to visit.It is situated on the bank of river Ganges .One may astch belongings of swamiji here and the room where swamiji lived his last days. 
  • It is a very big temple and is quite different from the other very ornate temples, with Golden things and various figures of gods. It is a simple and austere Temple, and where you can see the devotion of the faithful when it is the time of prayer. Admission is free, to go up to the temple there to kick off your shoes, but you can leave them at the foot of the staircase. While puts by all public photos can't, people are everywhere with the cameras and mobile phones. Not is if it was because we were very blanquitos, because it is a place of worship or something not very touristic, but while it is normal that in India they look blatantly European or American tourists, it is visit was mainly characterized by the constant surveillance of the local people. It has a very beautiful beams to the river and a pier. I believe that the visit is very recommendable.
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  • Visted Belur math with family The nearest rail station is Belur in Howrah Easter suburban section. It is the 2nd station from Howrah after Lilua. Main attraction is the " Sandhya-Arati". Book stall is...  more »
  • Built by Swami Vivekananda, an Indian monk and disciple of Sri Sri Ramkrishna Dev of Dakshineswar, Belur Math is a peaceful and tranquil place on the west bank of the holy river Ganga(Hooghly). The famous Dakshineswar Kali Temple is situated on the other bank. There is a bridge across the river connecting the two holy places. The prayer room is a serene and quiet place where people find their peace of mind. Belur Math celebrates Durga Puja every year and their special attraction is "Kumari Puja", where an 8 year old maiden is worshipped every year.
  • It is built by swami vivekanand who is the great indian monk and also student of Ramakrishna parmahansh and maa sarda devi.
  • Peaceful place for Hindu community, if any one is in trouble then plz come here and spend one day I garenty you will be tress free and also you find a new way of life. If you are freckle minded then you must attend the evening prayer itz helpful for you feel the peace.. so I welcome to every tourist for visit this place for gather a memorable experience..
  • Belur Maṭh is the headquarters of the Ramakrishna Math and Mission, founded by Swami Vivekananda. It is located on the west bank of holy river Ganga, Belur, West Bengal, India. It is also an cultural and spiritual institutions in India. This temple is the heart of the Ramakrishna Movement. The temple is notable for its architecture that fuses Hindu, Christian and Islamic motifs as a symbol of unity of all religions. It is one of the attractive place in Kolkata. People can go to Dakshinaswer by boat.
  • The place is amazing.It is adjecent to the river Ganga.Big area full to treesand fresh air.If you do not have any spritualism,then also you can come here to enjoy the beauty of the river and the place.