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    Nandlal Temple is one of the seven Ek Ratna-style temples located in Bishnupur

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    The middle temple still adorns the few scenes of Krishna Lila and Ramayan as the artwork

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    The two temples are considerably big and the same in size as, compared to the third one

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    Pathar Darwaja constructed to protect the royals from enemies

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    A square-raised plinth with descriptive decorated arches has a Char-Chala roof

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    Lalji temple is a prominent terracotta temple of Bishnupur in the Ek-Ratna style

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    The superb terracotta carvings of floral patterns on the wall with a curved roof

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    Radha Shyam Mandir dedicated to Lord Radha-Krishna

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    Terracotta depict the stories from Ramayana, Mahabharata and other Hindu scriptures

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    Jor Bangla Mandir is famed for its ornate carvings of terracotta on the wall

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    The most interesting feature of Rasmancha is the passageways that form arches

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    Rasmancha makes it individual architecture to be found entirely in India

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    Dalmadal Cannon was one of the famous cannons of West Bengal

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    The Oldest Terracotta Temple City of West Bengal

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    Marvel of curved Bangla roof blended along the domes

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    Bishnupur was also called ‘Vishnupur’ during the Malla rulers

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    The temples in Bisnupur withstood a ravage of time

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    The large gateway was the main entrance of the Royal Kingdom of Bishnupur

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    The temple of Banda is the finest stone structure found in Purulia.

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    Telkupi village is well known for its half immersed temple.

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    Baranti lake is well-bounded with stones and few places add immense beauty for the tourist

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    The grand temple is dedicated to the Lord Vishnu’s avatar, Shri Chaitanya a protector of Vaishnuism.

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    The amazing fact about Garh Panchakoot is the natural resources used by people to build and protect the palace.

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    The fort is frozen in time bearing the witness of the plundering of Marathas

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    Garh Pachakoot as the name suggests Garh which means fort in Sanskrit.

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    I took blessings from Ma Joychandi with a few moments at the top with a beautiful view of a wide range.

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    The well-maintained stairs will guide you to the top of the hillock.

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    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

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    Joychandi was quite difficult without stairs but now there are well maintained 490 stairs

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    Mythological stories add a lot of vigour needed for tourists visiting Purulia.

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    The lush green, dense sal forest with blossoms of Palash flowers in spring gives a rustic ambience to Purulia district

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    During the winter season, the production of flowers increase and this is the best time to witness blooming flowers.

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    Khirai produces some of the best ornamental flowers like Chrysanthemum

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    I wasn’t expecting an isolated Khirai station with scarcely visible life around

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    A dirt road of village to reach Khirai

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    The winter season is the best time to witness blooming flowers in Khirai

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    Bengal’s countryside is well portrayed by the poets as a shy bride with a veil covering her beautiful teenage face.

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    The fragrance of the untouched countryside with warm-hearted people greets you with absolute adoration.

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    A short excursion to Khirai, barely to dodge the stressful ordinary life.

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    The fields of Chitrey, is a great place took a long break to enjoy the view

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    Srikhola village gets its name from the beautiful stream that passes through it

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    The picturesque little village Gurdum. The sixth-day camping spot.

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    Morning view of Aal. The fourth and fifth-day camping spot.

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    180° panorama view of the four highest peaks from the summit, Sandakphu, the highest peak of West Bengal.

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    The unwinding trails to Sandakphu from one ridge to another.

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    The Black Lake, Kala Pokhri. The third-day camping spot.

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    The view of Tumling village. The second-day camping spot.

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    Beautiful monastery of Chitrey at the peak of the mountain

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    The Land Rover, an antique vehicle which is still operating.

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    The morning in the beautiful town Mane Bhanjan.

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    View of Sleeping Budha from Tumling.

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    The entrance of Singalila National Park.

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    A monk in Chitrey, route from Mane Bhanjan to Tumling

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    The small trails apart from the road are better routes for a trek from Mane Bhanjang.

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    Trekking in the Mountains of Singalila Ridge

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    The active zeal of the villagers has kept the tradition still alive.

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    The large Chhau masks represent the specific mythological characters

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    This post is to adore the incredible people who are trying to endeavour their lost tradition and art.

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    The geographic surroundings of the place are carved by hills, forests and beautiful streams.

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    The Land of Red Soil “Puruliya”

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    The caretaker of the Synagogue is a Muslim, the most heartening gesture

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    Its interior stuns the visitors with its black and white checked tiles

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    It was built in 1884 by Sir Elias David Ezra in memory of his father David Joseph Ezra

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    Few Jewish community Synagogues are left to tell the story

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    The best way to travel in Kolkata is by the iconic yellow ambassador taxi

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    Kolkata is now a bustling metropolis

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    Owing to such expansive heritage and rich tradition

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    Trams dates back to a long-gone era of the city’s colonial past.

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