Tapovan Hill

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    Location: Chihardhandhiya, Jharkhand 814112, India

    Estimated Visiting Time: 2-3 hours

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    Tapovan Hill is well-known for Tapo Nath Mahadev and this mandir is devoted to Lord shiva. These hills are located 10 km from Deoghar Town. On this hill, the only attractive thing is the mandi and only the mandir people visit this place.


    This location is well-known for its serenity, nature, spirituality, and the architectural paintings of this mandir. Let’s talk about the view of this Hill:

    The view of the hill is so good that if you visit there you can not come back. This hill is surrounded by many trees and when the wind blows its environment is so calm and that’s the best view and best feelings ever. You can take a deep breath after reaching there and you feel that your mind and soul are so refreshed. As it’s a holy place you feel so fresh. On this hill, there are so many monkeys and langurs and they are playing all around this hill and its looks so beautiful. 

    The sunset and sunrise view from this hill is the best part of this place. Most people visit there only for the sunrise and sunset view. So, if you go there you must enjoy this view.


    Tapovan was the military camp of the palas in ancient times and we find an inscription Shri Deo Narayan Pal. Most people say that devotees visit tapovan and get the fruits of Baidyanath Darshan. And most people believe that the old Valmiki came here for penance. Sri Balananda Brahmachari and Sri Mohananda  Brahmachari used to come there.

    Inside/Outside Views

    This hill is full of attraction and this mandir attracted this place very much. On the inside surface of the crack, you can see a portrait of Hanuman, and it’s an amazing feat as it is practically impossible to insert a paintbrush in the crack and draw anything. 

    Below the hill, there is a small cemented water body and it is called Sukta Kunda ( Sita Kunda). It’s believed that Sita used to take bath there and that’s why it’s holy water. In the old days, it was a meditation spot for the Nagas.

    Opening Hours

    6.00 Am to 8.00 pm daily.

    Entry & Others Fees

    There are no entry fees on this hill.

    How to Reach

    By Air: Deoghar International Airport is the nearest to Tapovan hill so the year can reach there by air easily.

    By Rail: Deoghar Junction station is the nearest station to This hill. After reaching the station you can take a taxi to reach this hill.

    By Road: You can hire a taxi or take a bus to reach this hill easily. If you have your car then it’s the best way to reach this hill by road directly.

    Tips for Travellers

    You should carry all the essential things of puja in your small bag besides take a small bottle in it.


    Que-01: Is this place safe to visit?

    Ans: Yes, it’s safe to visit this place.


    Que-02: Is photography allowed in this place?

    Ans: Yes, Photography is allowed on this hill and there is no charge for photography.

    Que-03: Are there any parking facilities? 

    Ans: Yes, there are parking facilities and it’s free of cost

    Que-04: Is there any cost of keeping shoes or sandals before entering this hill?

    Ans: No, there is no cost of keeping shoes or sandals before entering this hill.

    Que-05: Are there any restaurants inside this hill?

    Ans: No there are no restaurants inside this hill.

    Que-06: What is the best time to visit this place?

    Ans: You can visit this place anytime. This place is suitable for any of the months of the year.

    Que-07: How many days a week does this hill remain open?

    Ans: This hill remains open all the days of the week.

    Que-08: How much time will it take to visit This hill?

    Ans: It will take almost 2-3 hours to visit this hill.

    Que-09: What is the built date of this Place? 

    Ans: In 2006.

    On this hill, there are so many attractive places, and here is a list of these attractive places:

    We wish you all the best for your journey. Happy Travel!!!

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