Laxmi Narayan Mandir

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Icon of Lord Krishna was installed by Krishnananda Sevayet of Laxmi Narayan temple in the year 1964. The temple is also registered under Indian antiquity act like monument. The main temple was constructed with some financial assistance of the royal family of Tripura. According to the legendary tale of the Bhagavata, Tamal tree is closely associated with the life sport of Lord Krishna, probably considering this aspect, the sevayet planted Tamal tree in front of the temple about 35 years back. The branches of the Tamal tree have spreaded so nicely forming like a Canopy, which is indeed attractable.
Every year, the Janmasthami and Durga puja festival is observed with great sublimity.
Location : Bhagaban Nagar, beside Kailashahar Dharmanagar Road. 5 km from District Head quarter (Kailashahar).

  • Tamal Tree at Laxmi Narayan Bari
  • Tamal Tree at Laxmi Narayan Bari

How to Reach:

By Air

Nearest Airport is at Agartala which is around 178 KM from Kailashahar by road. The place is around 5 KM from Kailashahar town.

By Train

Nearest Railway Station is at Kumarghat which is 26 KM from Kailashahar. Bus, Autorickshaw and other small vehicles ply between Kailashahar and Kumarghat. The place is around 5 KM from Kailashahar town.

By Road

Nearest cities like Guwahati, Silchar, Shillong and Agartala is connected with Kailashahar by Bus and other small vehicles. The place is around 5 KM from Kailashahar town.