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Temple of Saint Vallabhacharya, Raipur

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Temple of Saint Vallabhacharya is located in Raipur. A visit to Temple of Saint Vallabhacharya represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Raipur tourist route planner to plot your vacation.
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  • This Temple is located in the small quiet town of Champarnya,60 kms from Raipur city ,built to honor the reformer & founder of the Vallabh sect,Saint Vallabhacharya.The interiors are beautifully decor...  more »
  • A nice temple to visit with real soul Holy place very interesting to discover the vallaba sect. Everybody was friendly  more »
  • The drive to Champaran from Raipur is amazing. The temple compound is quite big and colourful. There is a park as well. They also have a dharamshala in case one wants to stay there. When we we had vis...  more »