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Sujit Singh

1 year ago
1: Ramgarhtal

Spread over an area of ​​1700 acres at the south-eastern end of the city, Ramgarhtal is a unique gift of nature. Gorakhpur was named Ramgram in the 6th century BC. The Kolya Republic was established here. In those days the Rapti river used to pass through the present day Ramgarhtal. Later, when the direction of Rapti river changed, Ramgarhtal came into existence from its remains. Ramgarh Tal has become the Marine Drive of Purvanchal. Tourists come from far and wide to see its shade. With a light and sound show, the view of Taal is amazing as the evening falls. Boating and water sports have added to its beauty.

2: Gorakhnath Mandir

People from many states including UP, Bihar, Uttarakhand visit Gorakhnath temple. Guru Gorakhnath is also worshiped in Nepal. The Khichdi of the King of Nepal is still offered. On Makar Sankranti, five-six lakh devotees perform puja. It is believed that while traveling from the place of Jwaladevi, 'Guru Gorakhnath' came and did penance in the coastal area of ​​Bhagwati Rapti and placed his divine samadhi at the same place. There the Gorakhnath temple is built. Its grandeur is visible from afar. Light and sound show along with Bhim Sarovar is the major center of attraction.

3: Kusumhi Forest

Kusumhi is a dense forest. It is situated at a distance of nine kilometers from Gorakhpur Railway Station. Amidst the dense forest is the famous Budhiya Mai Temple. The fame of this temple is far and wide. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath also often goes to the temple to offer prayers. A large number of tourists reach the natural, religiously important place. Attractions within the forest are Vinod Van Park and a small zoo. The Forest Department looks after the tourist facilities.