If you are planning a pilgrimage in Nalbari then you ought to visit these famous temples surrounded with lush greenery and scenic delights. Hari Mandir, dedicated to Lord Krishna is visited by Hindu devotees in large numbers. It was constructed in the year 1965 and is located in the middle of the town. The temple is thronged by a large number of pilgrims during the festival of Raas Mahostav. Similarly, another temple famous here is Daulashal Temple which is dedicated to Lord Krishna and his brother Balram. It is located in the Nalbari District at a place called Daulashal.
Another temple on your religious itinerary should be the Buddhist Temple. The temple was constructed by the Nepalese in the year 1965. A new Gumba was constructed in the year 1971 by Chhatra Singh. The new Gumba is amongst the biggest Gumba in Nalbari District. Devotees visit the place for the annual Buddha Jayanti celebrations. Your visit to this temple will be accompanied with bliss of natural charms. Likewise, the ancient Billeshwar Temple is believed to be around 500 years old with preceding deity Lord Krishna. There are stories of a Shiva Linga also associated with this place which attracts Shiva worshippers in large numbers.
An ancient Hindu goddess temple is also situated here namely Shripur Dewalay Mandir. It is dedicated to Goddes Parvati and believed to have been built by an Ahom king, Sib Singha.