20 Attractions to Explore Near Amar Kutir Shantiniketan
Amar Kutir was once a place of refuge for independence movement activists in India and Bangladesh. Now it has been turned into a cooperative society for the promotion of arts and crafts.
This lush territory is situated close Santiniketan in Bolpur subdivision of Birbhum District was created in 1977. It is home to three water bodies which is the host for so many migratory birds and there are also so many wildlife populations also.
Kala Bhavana is well-known as a distinguished centre for Visual Art practice and research in India. It is an institution of education and research in visual arts, founded in 1919, it was established by Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore.
This is an institution of primary and secondary education in Santiniketan Founded by Rabindranath Tagore in 1901. This school is characterized by its philosophy of learning with the heart in closeness to nature without any superficial barriers between teachers and students.
Kankalitala is one of the sacred destinations of Hindus. which is the holy abode of Goddess Sati. It is an ideal destination for those spiritually inclined. Daily a lot of people visit this temple. The surrounding of this temple is very calm and quiet which is good for meditating.
An ancient temple located on the banks of the Dwarka River. It is one of the 51 Shakti Peeths in India. Historically important temple and is an architectural wonder full of mysteries and exciting facts which make it a must-visit.
The planetarium is located near the front gate of Burdhaman University. It is the classic spectacle of scientific evolution. Human Performance, Life Science, Fun Science Galleries, 3D Theatre, Taramandal, Science Park are the major attractions.
Maluti temples are a group of 72 extant terracotta temples located in the Maluti village near Shikaripara in Dumka district on the eastern part of the Chota Nagpur Plateau, Indian state of Jharkhand. These temples, according to the Indian Trust for Rural Heritage and Development (ITRHD), were built between the 17th and 19th centuries. The kings of Baj Basanta dynasty built these temples in Maluti, their capital, inspired by goddess Mowlakshi, their family deity. Many of the temples are deified w
Made from precious stones and black rocks, The sculpture is also believed to be a symbol of the continuity of life as its made from the stones found on Damoder riverbed . An important temple in Bardhaman.
Mayurakshi River is a major river in Jharkhand and West Bengal, India, with a long history of devastating floods. It flows through Jharkhand and then through the districts of Birbhum and Murshidabad in West Bengal before flowing into the Hooghly River. The river is about 250 kilometres (160 mi) long.
Sarbamangala is a form of Durga. This temple was formed in the year of 1740 A.D. The temple is highly revered by the natives of Bardhaman. The temple structure is very interesting and Lot of peoples comes to see this temple and its beautiful surroundings.
Massanjore Dam is a hydropower generating dam over the Mayurakshi River located at Massanjore near Dumka in the state of Jharkhand, India. The Massanjore dam (also called Canada Dam), across the Mayurakshi, was commissioned in 1955. It was formally inaugurated by Lester B. Pearson, Foreign Minister of Canada. The Mayyrakshi River at the dam site has a catchment area of 1869 sq.km.
Joypur forest is thickly forest stippled with a lot of trees. The clam forest is not only famous for the trees, and there is also large varieties of wild living beings also. An observatory inside the forest gives a panoramic view of the entire forest.
This is a beautiful oxbow lake located in the heart of Bardhaman. This river-fed eco-system also forms a cluster of large and small islands. This is home for a lot of migratory birds and a lot of people visit this place every day and is a beautiful picnic spot.