The temple of Banda is the finest stone structure found in Purulia.
Telkupi village is well known for its half immersed temple.
Baranti lake is well-bounded with stones and few places add immense beauty for the tourist
The grand temple is dedicated to the Lord Vishnu’s avatar, Shri Chaitanya a protector of Vaishnuism.
The amazing fact about Garh Panchakoot is the natural resources used by people to build and protect the palace.
The fort is frozen in time bearing the witness of the plundering of Marathas
Garh Pachakoot as the name suggests Garh which means fort in Sanskrit.
I took blessings from Ma Joychandi with a few moments at the top with a beautiful view of a wide range.
The well-maintained stairs will guide you to the top of the hillock.
Online booking is available for Youth Hostel which is a place at a very cheaper cost to stay a night in the mids of the jungle
Joychandi was quite difficult without stairs but now there are well maintained 490 stairs
Mythological stories add a lot of vigour needed for tourists visiting Purulia.
The lush green, dense sal forest with blossoms of Palash flowers in spring gives a rustic ambience to Purulia district
During the winter season, the production of flowers increase and this is the best time to witness blooming flowers.
Khirai produces some of the best ornamental flowers like Chrysanthemum
I wasn’t expecting an isolated Khirai station with scarcely visible life around
A dirt road of village to reach Khirai
The winter season is the best time to witness blooming flowers in Khirai
Bengal’s countryside is well portrayed by the poets as a shy bride with a veil covering her beautiful teenage face.
The fragrance of the untouched countryside with warm-hearted people greets you with absolute adoration.
A short excursion to Khirai, barely to dodge the stressful ordinary life.
The fields of Chitrey, is a great place took a long break to enjoy the view
Srikhola village gets its name from the beautiful stream that passes through it
The picturesque little village Gurdum. The sixth-day camping spot.
Morning view of Aal. The fourth and fifth-day camping spot.
180° panorama view of the four highest peaks from the summit, Sandakphu, the highest peak of West Bengal.
The unwinding trails to Sandakphu from one ridge to another.
The Black Lake, Kala Pokhri. The third-day camping spot.
The view of Tumling village. The second-day camping spot.
Beautiful monastery of Chitrey at the peak of the mountain
The Land Rover, an antique vehicle which is still operating.
The morning in the beautiful town Mane Bhanjan.
View of Sleeping Budha from Tumling.
The entrance of Singalila National Park.
A monk in Chitrey, route from Mane Bhanjan to Tumling
The small trails apart from the road are better routes for a trek from Mane Bhanjang.
Trekking in the Mountains of Singalila Ridge
The active zeal of the villagers has kept the tradition still alive.
The large Chhau masks represent the specific mythological characters
This post is to adore the incredible people who are trying to endeavour their lost tradition and art.
The geographic surroundings of the place are carved by hills, forests and beautiful streams.
The Land of Red Soil “Puruliya”
The caretaker of the Synagogue is a Muslim, the most heartening gesture
Its interior stuns the visitors with its black and white checked tiles
It was built in 1884 by Sir Elias David Ezra in memory of his father David Joseph Ezra
Few Jewish community Synagogues are left to tell the story
The best way to travel in Kolkata is by the iconic yellow ambassador taxi
Kolkata is now a bustling metropolis
Owing to such expansive heritage and rich tradition
Trams dates back to a long-gone era of the city’s colonial past.
Tourist places in Kolkata The Heritage