The Sevokeshwari Kali Temple
The mesmerising ancient temple present here with scenic views to enjoy makes this place a truly holy destination to visit in the city of Bagdogra. The Sevokeshwari Kali Mandir is dedicated to the powerful Hindi goddess Kali and the place is visited by many Hindu pilgrims at a wider range. There is are many small shops present nearby the temple from which you can buy the things for the “puja”. Along with that many traditional accessories are also sold nearby the temple in local stalls. The attractive temple is indeed located in a very pleasant atmosphere and locality itself is very much attractive.
The Salugara Monastery
The awe-striking Monastery is a sacred Buddhist shrine and is visited by many followers of Buddhism every year. The beautiful shrine is very important and holds a special place in the heart of every worshipper out there. This monastery was founded by the followers of the Dalai Lama, a great spiritual leader. The Salugara monastery was built by the Tibetan monks and today the 100 ft stupa present here is highly cherished by many. The stupa is constricted in such a way that you will get a glimpse of all five relics in Buddhist culture.
The Jore Pokhri Wildlife Sanctuary
The sanctuary houses some high-altitude species found here and is a home to several birds. The name of the sanctuary comes from the two twin lakes nearby it and also the region is considered to be very scared as there a n number of temples located nearby the sanctuary. You can visit the place is you love wildlife and meet some rarely found species from around the world. There are several species like Himalayan Salamanders, monkeys and migratory birds found.
The Gurdwara Sri Guru Singh Sabha
A perfect stop to make while heading to explore the gloriousness of Darjeeling. The massive beautiful Gurudwara welcomes so many tourists from around the world and often stands as one of the most visited places in the city of Bagdogra. A must to visit stop as the peaceful atmosphere is truly attracting. The gurdwara has a huge hall which can have 200 people at the same time. There is also free food provided here as a form of “Seva” done in most of the other gurudwaras.