How can a person plan to the Shri Aparna Shakti peetha from north east and west

Temple Timings:-06:00 am to 09:00 pm

Shri Aparna Shaktipeeth Bhabanipur Temple

How to Reach:-
From East:- Manipur-> Sylhet-> Bhairab-> Sirajganj-> Shri Aparna Shaktipeeth , aproxi 725km
From West:-Kanpur-> zamgarh-> Biratnagar-> Bougra-> Shri Aparna Shaktipeeth , aproxi 1,220km
From North:-Sikkim-> Jalpaiguri-> Rangpur-> Bogura-> Shri Aparna Shaktipeeth , aproxi 450km
From West:-Kolkata-> Bangaon-> Kushtia-> Garishapara-> Shri Aparna Shaktipeeth , aproxi 325km
Note:– This route may cross country borders. Verify COVID-19 border restrictions before going, your destination is in different time zone.
According to the Purana, in the Satya Yuga, King Daksha (Son of Lord Bramha) arranged Yagya’s ritual. His daughter Goddess Sati and Her husband, “Lord Shiva,” was not invited. Still, Goddess Sati attended the function. Unable to bear the insult towards Her husband, Lord Shiva, Goddess Sati protested by sacrificing Herself into the fire of the Yagna. Lord Shiva started the dance of destruction across the Universe with Goddess Sati’s corpse on His shoulder, enraged with grief. To stop this, Lord Vishnu cut the corpse of Goddess Sati with the Sudharshan Chakra. As a result, the various pieces of Goddess Sati’s body and Her ornaments fell at various places of the Indian subcontinent. These places are now known as Shakti Peethas. Shakti Peethas are the holy abode of the Mother Goddess. Each temple has shrines for Shakti and Kalabhairava. The Shakti of Bhabanipur shrine is addressed as “Aparna” and the “Bhairava” as “Vaman.” It is believed that Sati Devi’s Left anklet fell here
Temple Timings:-06:00 am to 09:00 pm
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