Hargauri Temple, Kishanganj Overview
Located in the block of Thakurganj, in the Kishanganj district of Bihar, the Hargauri Temple gets its name from Lord Mahadev and Goddess Parvati, a co-joined statue of which has been safely sitting in the temple for many years.

Considered to be of immense religious significance, the temple is frequented by devotees far and wide to perform Jalabhishek, rudrabhishek and other rituals for seeking their holy blessings. People from all over Bihar and nearby states come to the Hargauri Temple every year during Shivratri to offer holy water and seek blessings from the Shivling here. 

 06:00 a.m. to 06:00 p.m. 

The Hargauri Temple is located in the Thakurganj Block of Kishanganj, around 405 kilometres from Patna

Historical Facts:
-The temple is believed to be at least 100 years old.
-The Hargauri Temple celebrated its Golden Jubilee in 2000.
-Legends suggest that the zamindar of Tagore Estate found the statues of Lord Mahadev and Goddess Parvati joined together in one stone, and thus built this temple.
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