Parasnath Hills

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A hillock close Musafirana viewpoint is popularly known as the abode of the Shiva deity named Pareshnath in Mukutmanipur which has a very ancient origin. Consistently in the period of January, a mela is sorted out by the local people which draws in explorers and traveler from close-by regions. Upon the arrival of Makar Sankranti, the tribals of Bankura and Purulia praise the Tusu celebration in the long stretch of Poush month. Tusu fair is likewise held on the bank of Pareshnath Hill. According to local people and old history, it is said that 20 from 24 Teerthankars have accomplished the liberation from the most noteworthy pinnacle present in this range which is Sammet Sikhar. There are in excess of 20 temples present in this goal and from which some are more than 2000 years of age.

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Parasnath Hills  trip
Parasnath Hills  trip
Parasnath Hills  trip
Parasnath Hills  trip
Parasnath Hills  trip
Parasnath Hills  trip
Parasnath Hills  trip