Blog Entry# 4453728
Posted: Oct 10 2019 (10:52)
Last Response: Jul 30 (11:20)
I am writing a message from Rampurhat, Birbhum, West Bengal about the Tarapith Temple which is situated in a village Tarapur which is only 9 Km away from Rampurhat Railway station (RPH).The Tarapith is regarded as one of the 52 Shakti Peethams of India. It is said to be so called because the eye ball (tara) of Sati fell here. Others say that Tarapith is not a pith but the place owes its sanctity to the fact that the Sage Basistha here worshipped the Goddes Sati in the form of Tara. The Kamakhya Temple in western part of Guwahati city in Assam is also one of the oldest of the Shakti Peethams. The Kamakhya Temple is well connected to the other part of India through direct train (example – Kamakhya-Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Katra Express, Kamakhya- Puri Express, Kamakhya –Ranchi Weekly Express, Kamakhya -Anand Vihar Weekly Express, Kamakhya –Mumbai LTT Karmabhoomi
But I am giving you answer.
Check your information about tarapith: click here
You need to check it in list (already uploaded) in terms of income and number of passengers as it is a NSG-3 catagory.
1 Howrah HWH NSG-1