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Trikut Pahar - An Exciting Tourist Destination

  • 10th October, 2020
  • Kumar Kunal

Trikut Pahar (Trikut Hills), is situated 10 km away from Deoghar on the way to Dumka in Jharkhand state, India. There are three main peaks on the hill (the "tri-" of Trikutachal). The height of this hill is 2470 feet. A rope way is most famous here it can be used to reach the top of the hill. The hill is covered by clouds in rainy seasons and waterfalls and small streams can be seen from July–September. The view from top of mountain is stunning and solar panels situated in Topovan (First solar energy hub in Jharkhand). Trikut is a popular tourist spot of Jharkhand state.

Tapovan, which is famous for the temple of Taponath Mahadev, is at a distance of 10km from Trikut pahar. River Mayurakshi, which flows through several districts of the state of West Bengal and finally joins River Hooghly, originates from Trikut pahar.

What to Do at Trikut Parvat?

Trikut Hills contain three peaks and the Highest Peak goes to the height of 2470 ft from the Sea Level and around about 1500 ft from the ground making it an ideal location for trekking. Out of the three peaks, only two of the three peaks are considered safe for trekking while the third one is inaccessible due to its highly steep slopes.

The Ropeway takes the Tourists to the top of main peak only. An exciting 360 degree view of Deoghar is available from the Top of Trikut Pahar.


The three main peaks of Trikut Hills symbolize of the Trimurti form of Lord Shiva, represented by Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh, from where it derives its name. It is said that Ravana used to do penance here. Sage Bam Bam Baba also used to come here for penance.

About 200ft above the ground there exists several places of Pilgrimage including Trikutachal Mahadev Temple, Bhagwati Temple, Sage Dayananda Hermitage and Sage Bam Baba Temple. It also has Stream of Fresh and Cool Water.

Forest of Trikut Pahar is called Garden of Lord Shiva because of Applewood Forests. In the month of Shravan, the devotees come here to collect wood Apple leaves.


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