Temples of Orissa
The temples of Orissa mirror the outstanding craftsmanship of the by-gone eras. Some of the important temples here are Jagannatha temple, Lingaraja temple, Mukteswara temple, Parasurameswara shrine, Bramheswara temple, Ananta Vasudeva temple, Rajarani shrine, Khirachora Gopinath temple and others. Dotted with numerous Hindu temples the towns of Bhubaneshwar, Puri and Konark aptly constitute the "Golden Triangle" of east.
Temples of West Bengal
Hinduism, Jainism as well as Buddhism are present in West Bengal. Hence temples belonging to these religious beliefs are scattered throughout the state. As far as Hindu temples are concerned they are built on the mores of Nagara style of architecture. Kolkata and its neighbouring regions house several Hindu temples. Some of these, however, are found in the form of ruins nowadays. Buddhism is one of the major faiths in West Bengal. Darjeeling and the nearby towns have several Buddhist monasteries. The Hindu temples have a tomb like feature that is prevalent in all the creations. Dakshineshwar Kali temple, Belur Math, Lalji temple, Suratheshwar Shiva, Hanseswari temple is some of the important one.
Temples of Bihar
The state of Bihar is known for its ancient temples. It is interesting to note that most of the temples of Bihar are dedicated to Lord Budha. Being the seat of Mauryan Empire, shrines such as, Bodhi temple, are to be found here. Other important temples that are frequently visited by the tourists include Jalamandir, Mahabodhi temple, Aranya Devi, Harmandir Takth Gurdwara, Bari Patan Devi, Chaubishi Jain temple, Singheshwar Sthan Temple and several others.
Temples of Jharkhand
The temples in Jharkhand are full of glory and religious heritage of India. The visit to these temples really enthrals the visitor and takes them to a peaceful meditative state of mind. There are many sources yet to reveal in this region and need tourist's attraction. Deoghar, Ajqaivinath, etc are some of the important Hindu temples that are located in this eastern state.
Kamarupa Desa or Pragjyotishapura, which is present in the state of Assam, is the land of Shakti worship for centuries. Also held in reverence here have been the Saivite, Vaishnava and the centres of Sun Worship.
Temples of Assam
Kamaksha Devi temple, Ashvakranta temple, Tamresvari temple, Madan Kamadeva, Hatimura temple, Dah Parbatiya temple, Maha Bhairav temple, Sukresvara temple, Nabagraha temple, Vasisthasrama, Ugratala temple, Nagriting temple, Surya Pahar temple, Hayagriva temple, Umananda Temple and the Shiva Temple.