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Here thousands of people take Holy Dip during Makar Sankranti, usually falls on 14 or 15th January every year. Gangasagar pilgrimage and fair is the second largest audience of manhood after the holy Kumbha Mela. The latter is witnessed once in four years at different locations in north, central and central-west parts of the country, Gangasagar fair and pilgrimage is held annually on the Sagar Island's southern tip in the Ganges delta atop the Bay of Bengal.
Sagardwip, 128kms away from Kolkata presents an ideal relaxation for a quiet weekend. A small island in the Sunderban, Sagardwip is bestowed with a quiet charm within the completely perfect and silvery beach on the bay of the enormous Ganga. It has a lighthouse that offers you a panoramic view of the surroundings. Relatively a hot spot for Hindu pilgrimage
The Kapil Muni Temple at Sagardwip is the fourth constructed temple in the island. The first was razed by a tornado and the next two were destroyed by the sea. It was in 1961, the chief minister of Bengal, BC Roy donated Rs.11,000 to construct the present temple which was completed in 1973