Inspired by Roman architecture, the Baldeoji Temple has a gothic feel which interests the pilgrims coming from across the globe. On visiting the temple, the pilgrims will come across a large hall called ‘Maha Mandapa’ which is built on a raised platform with massive pillars. The reason behind such a construction is to make it easier for the devotees to worship Lord Balram (the elder brother of Lord Shri Krishna) even from outside the main gate. Also, the huge structure of Shri Baldeoji is built with black Shaligram Stone enhancing the beauty of the statue even more. In addition to this the Baldeoji temple is considered to be the finest building in area, representing the zenith of Panna architecture. Tourists planning to visit the holy place with friends and family is sure to attain peace in the environment inside the temple.
Best Time to Visit Baldeoji Temple
Tourist planning to seek blessings at Baldeoji Temple can make a visit to the popular religious place all throughout the year. Entering the Baldeoji Temple one finds themselves in an atmosphere full of sanctity. The ideal season to be considered for visiting the temple is during summer and winter season. Mentioned below is the seasonal breakup that will help the tourists plan a trip to Baldeoji Temple accordingly.
25°C to 40°C March – June
As Panna experiences scorching heat during the summer season (between March and June), seeking blessings in Baldeoji Temple during the summer season can be planned.
8°C to 27°C Oct – Feb
Baldeoji Temple in the winter season (between October and February) is the best time to visit as the weather remains favourable for exploring without getting exhausted. The temperature during this season varies from 21°C in the daytime to 8°C at night.
24°C to 32°C Jul, Aug, Sept
Panna experiences rainfall during the monsoon season (between July and September). Planning a trip to Baldeoji Temple during this time can be a little difficult. But for the ones who love rain can make it to Baldeoji Temple even during the monsoon season.
How to Reach?
Being one of the popular religious destinations in Madhya Pradesh, Baldeoji Temple is visited by pilgrims from different parts of the country. Tourists planning to make a visit to the Baldeoji Temple to seek blessings can choose any means of transport including air, rail and road. Mentioned below is the detailed description in the ways to reach Baldeoji Temple.
The nearest airport is the Khajuraho Airport which is well connected to the other major cities of the country. Tourists getting down at the airport can avail the public transport facility (bus/taxi) to reach the Baldeoji Temple.
Travelling to Baldeoji Temple is convenient as Panna is linked to the nearby cities by NH 75. Also, tourists can make it to the Baldeoji Temple by travelling by private and public bus.
The nearest railhead to Baldeoji Temple is Satna Railway Station and Khajuraho Railway Station which are connected to the major cities of the country. Tourists getting down at the railway station can avail the public transport facility that helps in reaching the Baldeoji Temple