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Tarapith is a town and Hindu pilgrimage site located in Rampurhat subdivision of Birbhum district of the Indian state of West Bengal. The town is particularly known for its Tantric temple and its adjoining Hindu crematory ground. arapith is a town and Hin
Murshidabad is a historical city in the Indian state of West BengalIt is located on the eastern bank of the Bhagirathi River, a distributary of the Ganges.It forms part of the Murshidabad district.During the 18th century, Murshidabad was a prosperous city
As of 2011 census, Berhampore is the seventh largest city in West Bengal. It is located about 200 km (124 mi) from Kolkata, the state capital. It is one of the most important business, administrative, educational and political hub ofBengal as well asIndia
Pandua, also historically known as Hazrat Pandua and later Firuzabad, is a ruined city in the Malda district of the Indian state of West Bengal.It served as the capital city of the independent Sultanate of Bengal fornearly a century,until the capital done
Bishnupur is a town in the eastern Indian state of West Bengal. It’s known for its Hindu temples made from local terracotta, such as the pyramid-shaped Rasmancha, established around 1600. Ornate carvings adorn the walls of Jor Bangla Temple.
Mukutmanipur is a village in Bankura district of West Bengal, India.It is located at the confluence of the Kangsabati and Kumari rivers close to the jharkhand border.It is an ideal getaway where the second largest earthen dam in India is surrounded byrock
GarhPanchkot is a ruined fort located in the eastern part of India at the foothills of Panchet Hill in the district of Purulia,WestBengal .The ruins of the Panchkot Palace are a silenttestimony tothe Bargi attackduring the18thcentury. Agood dayinthisplace
Bamni falls in Purulia Ayodhya Pahar is one of those places which is famous among the tourists for itsunending beauty.The panoramic view of the waterfall is mesmerizing and if uare driving towards Baghmundi from Ayodha u will see the bamni falls in midway
Over the years, Tarakeswar holds a traditional place of pilgrimage and the greatest centre of the Shiva sect in West Bengal. 58 km away from Kolkata, it is well-connected to Kolkata both by road and rail. Taraknath Temple of Tarakeshwar is prominent one .
The Sundarbans is a cluster of low lying islands in the Bay of Bengal , spread across india and Bangladesh , famous for its unique mangrove forests . This active delta region is among the largest in the world , measuring about 40,000 sq km .
Tajpur has also around 1400 acres of land dedicated to Pisciculture. There are a number of bheris or fish pond in the area . As a tourist attraction , it is relatively new as there are fewer hotels compared to Digha and Mandarmani .The beach is clean .
Shankarpur , only 14km east of Digha - Contai Road, an almost virgin beach as yet , is a recent discovery . It is considered to be the twin of Digha, around 10 km from it. It offers nearly all the pleasures of a private beach. It is also a fishing harbour
Diamond Harbour is a small town with a population of 33,000 in South24 Parganas District of west Bengal in India,It is situated on the banks of the river Hoogly,51km south of Calcutta.It is located at the pointwhere the Ganges River turns to Bay of Bengal
Raichak has some of the most beautiful and serene views of the mighty river Ganges. The glistening river at the time of sunrise and sunset, rows of the country boat sailing down the river, is a sight which is so calming and tranquil.
Mayapur is one of the nine dhams of the holy island, which look like petals of a lotus flower. The main attraction in the city is the Chandrodaya Temple which was established by ISKCON in the area . ISKCON Mayapur is the world headquarter of ISKCON.
This ia a part of Bengal, where thousands of pilgrim from across the across the world converge to pay their respect to none other than Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa .Kamarpukur and adjoining Jairambati has thus turned into a divine tourism circuit of Bengal
Gadiara is notable only for its water boies ; its at the confluence of the Damodar, the Rupnarayan and the Hoogly. One can take the ferry to Geonkhali and Nupur.They transverse the rivers in either direction from six in the morning till six in the evening
Nested on the coast of Bay of Bengal , Digha is 4.5 hrs from kolkata. West Bengal is famous place for tourists, only with Digha beach which increases the beauty of Bengal. Pomfret , fish curry , rohu bhetki, tiger prawn and parshe are some popular dishes
Kolkata,or cal as it is still called, is a laidback city. Choosing an area and walking is a good option.Many tourists area are covered by the Metro. Taxis are a popular mode and rickshaws still ply here. And there is of course , the slow nostalgia trip .
Manali a global village atmosphere arising from its popularity with backpackers , this famous hippie haven has river side cafes that waylay your destination .
At Bakkhali, a pristine white beaqch sits against the fringes of a forest delta, offering a unique tropical combination.The beach rest on the south - western tip of the mystical Sunderbans, famous as the habbit of the Royal Bengal Tiger .