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20 Attractions to Explore Near Sharatchandra Smriti Mandir

Sharatchandra Smriti Mandir
Sharatchandra Smriti MandirUnnamed Rd, Debanandapur, Bandel, West Bengal 712123, India

This is the house of Bengali novelist, Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay located in the banks of the Rupnarayan river. it now serves as a museum which comprises the works of him and the things he used and all. The house is very old and we can study the architecture of ancient Bengali houses from here.

Nearby Attractions

Bandel Church
Bandel Church3.55 KMs away from Sharatchandra Smriti Mandir

The Basilica of the Holy Rosary is one of the oldest Christian churches in West Bengal. It stands as a memorial to the Portuguese settlement in Bengal. Founded in 1599. A lot of people come here daily to visit this ancient wonder.

Hooghly Imambara
Hooghly Imambara4.61 KMs away from Sharatchandra Smriti Mandir

Imambara which is situated on the banks of River Ganga in Chinsurah. This is a Shiah institution for perpetuating the memory of the twelve Imams. The architecture and the painting of this Imambara is truly amazing and this atttracts a lot of people to here.

Hanseshwari Temple
Hanseshwari Temple4.78 KMs away from Sharatchandra Smriti Mandir

This is a Hindu Temple of goddess Hangseswari. The deity is worshipped as a form of Maa Kali in Hindu mythology. The temple has a distinctive architecture different from the usual pattern of temples. The inner structure of the building resembles human anatomy which is "Tantrik Satchakrabhed" style of architecture. This is a must see place in Hoogly.

Dutch Cemetery , Chinsura
Dutch Cemetery , Chinsura5.02 KMs away from Sharatchandra Smriti Mandir

Constructed on the order of the director of the Dutch East India Company . The cemetery and all its graves are now maintained and Archaeological Survey of India under the protection of ancient monuments and archaeological sites and remains of national importance.

Mulajore Kali Bari
Mulajore Kali Bari11.87 KMs away from Sharatchandra Smriti Mandir

This is an ancient temple that was built in the banks of the Hoogly river. Historically important place. A lot of peoples comes here daily to offer poojas and many tourists also come here to know about this historical place.

Gandhi Smarak Sangrahalaya (Gandhi Memorial Museum)
Gandhi Smarak Sangrahalaya (Gandhi Memorial Museum)18.89 KMs away from Sharatchandra Smriti Mandir

This is a museum in memorial of Gandhiji which is properly utilizing all the present-day museological media and having developed a range of galleries depicting facets of Gandhiji’s life and philosophy along with different phases of India’s Freedom Movement. It provides interesting and highly informative direct research materials regarding the personality, thinking and the programs of the Mahatma or about events in his life.

Mangal Pandey Park
Mangal Pandey Park19.37 KMs away from Sharatchandra Smriti Mandir

This park is made in memorial of Mangal Pandey in the banks of river Ganga in Barrackpore. There is a huge statue of him in the park. this is a very good place to spend the leisure time without any noise or any other disturbs.

Mahesh Jagannath Temple
Mahesh Jagannath Temple22.32 KMs away from Sharatchandra Smriti Mandir

This is an ancient temple which is famous for its architecture and history in the Hoogly, This temple is built in a different style and the surrounding is very calm and quiet. There is a lot of devotees coming every day.

Dakshineswar Kali Temple
Dakshineswar Kali Temple31.17 KMs away from Sharatchandra Smriti Mandir

Dakshineswar Temple is a famous temple of the Hindu Goddess, Kali, which is located on the eastern embankment of the Hooghly close to Kolkata Built by Rani Rashmoni in the year 1855. The three-storey beautiful temple was made in the traditional Bengali style of Nava-Ratna or nine spires which rises up to a height of 100 feet.

Nivedita Bridge
Nivedita Bridge31.44 KMs away from Sharatchandra Smriti Mandir

Nivedita Bridge is an extradosed bridge over Hooghly River connecting Howrah with Kolkata. The bridge is named after Sister Nivedita, the social worker-disciple of Swami Vivekananda. The bridge is designed to carry 48,000 vehicles per day. Another wonder of West Bengal.

108 Shiv Mandir
108 Shiv Mandir31.72 KMs away from Sharatchandra Smriti Mandir

A famous temple in Bardhaman which was once famous for the battles of the Pathans and Mughals. the reason it's known as 108 Shiv Temple is that there literally are 108 small temples contracted side by side in a beautiful vertical pattern.

RAJBARI KALNA
RAJBARI KALNA31.93 KMs away from Sharatchandra Smriti Mandir

Rajbari Complex consisting of a series of temples and other structures built over a period of more than a hundred years. which are adorned with intricate terracotta tiles depicting images from the mythologies and daily life. All of these are maintained by the Archaeological Authority of India.

Belur Math
Belur Math33.70 KMs away from Sharatchandra Smriti Mandir

This temple is one of the architectural wonders of India that represents the idea of Universal Faith founded by Swami Vivekananda. This temple is the heart of the Ramakrishna Movement. The temple is notable for its architecture that fuses Christian, Islamic, Hindu and Buddhist art motifs as a symbol of unity of all religions.

Clive House
Clive House34.78 KMs away from Sharatchandra Smriti Mandir

Clive House is a famous historical place. It may unearth a 1300-year old city beneath Kolkata. This is a famous archeological site. The origin of the Clive House, also known as Burra Kothi, still remains a mystery. The house at Dum Dum was thought to have been acquired by Clive either shortly before the battle of Plessey in 1757 as an operational base.

Dudh Pukur tank
Dudh Pukur tank36.17 KMs away from Sharatchandra Smriti Mandir

One of the principal attractions of the Tarakeshwar town. Tarakeshwar temple often takes a dip in this tank for the fulfillment of their wishes. It is also believed that the water in the tank possesses medicinal properties and a bath here can keep one healthy.

Antpur temple
Antpur temple37.30 KMs away from Sharatchandra Smriti Mandir

This most famous 100 feet temple in Antpur with exquisite terracotta carvings depicting stories from all the 18 Puranas was constructed by Krishna Ram Mitra. It is beautifully carved with wood and by its importance, a lot of peoples come here to experience the beauty and to learn more about this temple.

Parshwanath Jain Temple
Parshwanath Jain Temple38.26 KMs away from Sharatchandra Smriti Mandir

Parshwanath Jain Temple is a Jain temple at Badridas Temple Street and a major tourist attraction in Kolkata built by a Jain named Rai Badridas Bahadoor Mookim in 1867. The temple is famous for its architecture and ambiance. The peaceful surrounding and the silence creates a nice mood here.

Mother's Wax Museum
Mother's Wax Museum38.90 KMs away from Sharatchandra Smriti Mandir

Mother's Wax Museum is a wax museum located in Action Area - II of Kolkata. It contains wax statues of more than 50 personalities. The museum has been named after Mother Teresa. Being famous in Kolkata, a lot of people comes here daily to have a look at those sculptures.

Howrah Bridge
Howrah Bridge38.97 KMs away from Sharatchandra Smriti Mandir

Howrah Bridge is a bridge with a suspended span over the Hooghly River in West Bengal. The bridge is one of four on the Hooghly River and is a famous symbol of Kolkata and West Bengal. Howrah Bridge is currently the sixth-longest bridge of its type in the world.

Jorasanko Thakur Bari
Jorasanko Thakur Bari39.01 KMs away from Sharatchandra Smriti Mandir

This is the ancestral home of the Tagore family. It is currently located on the Rabindra Bharati University. It is the house in which the poet and first non-European Nobel laureate, Rabindranath Tagore was born and he spends his childhood here. and currently, it serves as the Tagore museum for Kolkata.