Kamarpukur is nestled in the district of Hoogly in West Bengal, India. This place is commonly known as the native place of Saint Sri Ramakrishnan, a great 19th century philosopher. The holy hamlet attracts a massive number of devotees of Sri Ramakrishnan across the year and thus, over a period of time has become a site of pilgrimage. Kamarpukur is predominantly visited by the devotees of Sri Ramakrishna, who seek harmony and tranquility amidst the calm of this little village. These devotees, who visit the Ramakrishna Math and the adjoining places, which are believed to be the abode of Ramakrishna, often also travel to Jairambati, the birthplace of Ramakrishna’s wife. Here are five places to visit in Kamarpukur.