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Temples in Ballia

Ballia is one of the holy cities situated in the eastern most part of Uttar Pradesh. The city is just about one hundred and thirty five kilometres away from Varanasi. This historic city is famous since pre-Independence period. Besides being historically significant, this city is also a birth place for many saints and sages. Due to the existence of various saints in the past, many temples and ashrams were built here by their followers. Many people from Varanasi visit Ballia for a weekend in order to seek the blessings of various deities in Ballia. Some of the well-known temples in Ballia which are worth visiting are listed below:

Bhrigu Temple in Ballia

Bhrigu Temple or commonly known as Bhrigu Mandir is one of the oldest and famous temples in Ballia. This temple is so famous that the city of Ballia is also called as Bhrigu Pradesh. This temple is built in the loving memory of Bhrigu Baba or saint Bhrigu. According to Hindu mythology, Bhrigu was one of the famous saints in the country. Most of the people in Ballia and neighbouring cities follow Bhrigu Baba and, hence, visit this temple very frequently to offer their prayers. It is believed that the couples who take blessings at Bhrigu temple lead a successful and happy life. There are many small temples in Bhrigu Mandir complex. Out of the various small temples Mahadev and Devi Mata temples are of utmost importance. Bhrigu Ashram is also situated here.

Bhrigu temple is located at the below address:
Ballia station road, Balli HO
Ballia – 277001

Timings of the temple – The temple remain open entire day from 7.00 am.

Bhrigu Temple

Ballia Baleshwar Temple

Another famous temple here in Ballia is Baleshwar temple. Devotees come all round the year to offer their prayers. Devotees have faith in Baleshwar lord and hence visit this temple frequently. This beautiful temple has unique architecture on its pillars and one of the major attractions of this temple is huge ‘Ghantas’. These Ghantas or in simple words bells are one of the things which are worth noticing. These Ghantas lies at the main entrance itself in the corridor of the temple.

Ballia Baleshwar temple is located at the below address:
Ballia station road, Balli HO
Ballia – 277001

Timings of the temple – The temple remain open entire day from 7.00 am.

Apart from these temples, there are various small temples in and around Ballia which include the following:

Jangli Baba Temple near Ballia

This temple is located in Garwar which is about sixteen kilometres from Ballia. This temple is famous for Dhanteras fair which is held a day before Diwali. Jangli Baba Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. The temple is located at the below address:

Jangli Baba Temple
Garwar Ratsar Akail Marg
Ballia - 277071

Nath Baba Temple

This temple is located in Rasra.This temple is dedicated to Sri Nathji, one of avatars of Lord Krishna.

Address: Rasra station road, Near rasra railway station, Ballia - 221711

Jalpa Mata Temple

This is located in Sikanderpur area of Ballia. This temple is dedicated to Mata Ambadevi and many devotes visit this temple to offer their prayers.

Kameshwar Temple

This is also known as Shiv temple. Dedicated to Lord Shiva, this temple is mostly over populated during the Shiv months of Shravan.

Narhari Das Kuti Temple

This temple is built in the memory of famous poet Tulsi Das.

Bramani Mata Temple

This temple is situated about 5 -6 kilometers from Ballia and is dedicated to Bramani Mata.

It can be said that though Ballia is a small district in Uttar Pradesh it is one of the popular ones due to the existence of its well known temples.

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