2. Mrinmoyee temple
Experience the oldest Durga Puja of Bengal (1021 years) and rich heritage immersing into a different flavor of religious warmth during the Puja. The festival starts with the worship of “Baro thakurani”, “Mejo thakurani” and “Choto thakurani” respectively, after setting up of a clay pot or “Ghat”. On the sacred moment of “Mahastami- Sandhipuja”, a cannon is fired and then vegetables are sacrificed.
3. Jorbangla Temple
4. Shyam Rai temple
5. Gar Darja
6. Madanmohan Temple
7. Jore Shreni Temple / Poramatir Haat Area
8. Archeological Museum
9. Lalbandh - History remains in water
10. Sareswar and Saileswar Temple
When you are walking across a town that lives within temples, definitely your tour doesn’t end here. Take a trip to Laljiu temple, Madan Gopal temple, Sridhar Temple, Ek Ratna Radheshyama Temple and feel how beauty lies in diversity. You can visit 'Gumghar', ‘Samudra bandh’, ‘Poka bandh’ and ‘Stone Rath’ as well.
Baluchari Craft Centre
Gokulchand Temple Joypur
ARTIFACTS & CULTURE
Bishnupur is famous for Baluchari sarees and terracotta artifacts. The world famous Baluchari-design was inspired by the terracotta tiles of the temples. Take a tour to nearby Panchmura village which is the home to famous terracotta industry. Get a live demonstration on terracotta crafts and take beautiful souvenirs or jewellery to gift your near and dear ones. Enhance the aristocracy of your drawing room with the long necked terracotta horse which is the logo of All India Handicrafts as well. The famous indoor game played by Malla kings was ‘Dashabatar Tash’ and it is internationally famous as a collector’s item.The Lantern and handloom industries are also very much popular here. Be a part of ‘Bishnupur Mela’ and ‘Jhapan Festival’ to create memories for a lifetime. Not only these, the temple town has its own musical origin popularly known as ‘Bishnupur Gharana of Singing’.