From Jaleswar, Digha Beach in West Bengal is 38 km. Chandaneswar Shiva temple is situated in Chandanswar, which is 27 km from Jaleswar. Talsari Beach is 5 km from Chandaneswar. Lakhannath Gara is 5 km from Jaleswar. Some of the prominent pilgrimage tourist attraction sites are Charyasharam, Patharapura, Hanuman Temple, Jagannath Temple, Anukulchandra Temple, Satyanarayana Temple and many other temples.
Raibaniagara, which is having the great historical significance, is also 14.5 km from Jaleswar. Subarnarekha River flows near Jaleswar. Major festivals are occasioned in Jaleshwar are Durga Puja, Basanti Puja, and Ratha Yatra. People in this area concentrated in the different fairs like Jaleswar Balimela, Jaleswar mohotshavo and Simanta Mohotshava
Bhusandeswar Temple is Great Lord Shiva Linga in Asia. It is closed to Jaleswar Station via Paschimbard. The village Paschimbard is a middle portion of Jaleswar to Baliapal
Jaleswar is mainly connected to Kolkata and Bhubaneswar by both the railway and bus services. The National highway and East coast railway is connected with this small town. This town acts an important connection point to go to Digha and other tourist attraction sites.
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