Dragon Palace Temple

Dragon Palace Temple

The Dragon Palace Temple was founded in 1999 on land purchased by Sulekha Kumbhare and Noriko Ogawa. Kumbhare was at the time serving as the mayor of Kamptee, while Ogawa was the president of a Japanese company with business connections in the area. Ogawa was also the head of the Ogawa Foundation, a charitable trust that contributed to Buddhist charitable causes. The foundation envisioned the Dragon Palace Temple as both a place for Buddhist education and meditation, as well as a symbol of Indo-Japanese friendship. This original plot of 10 acres was expanded by 40 acres in 2003.

Travelling Mode

By Train – 47 Min

11039 – Maharashtra Express

12856 – Bilaspur InterCity Express

18240 – Shivnath Express

58112 – Itwari – Tatanagar Passenger

68714 – Itwari – Balaghat MEMU

68716 – Itwari – Gondia MEMU

68754 – Itwari – Ramtek MEMU

68756 – Nagpur – Ramtek MEMU

By Car  – 41 Min (17.5km)        

Drive from Central Ave/Dongargarh – Nagpur Rd/Nagpur – Bhandara – Rajnandgaon – Raipur Hwy and Old Kamptee Rd to Sanjay Nagar Bengali Colony, Kamptee

By Walking

via Bhandara Rd and Old Kamptee Rd  3 Hour 39 min (17.8 km)

via Bhandara Rd 3 Hour 42 min (18.0 km)

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