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20 Attractions to Explore Near Arabari Range Forest

Arabari Range Forest
Arabari Range ForestGutiamara, West Bengal 721147, India

Arabari Forest Range is the name of a forest range in the West Midnapore district. Conservation efforts were begun in 1972 by an Indian Forest Service. Now the forest is dense green and one can have a safari by the permission of the forest department. There are a lot of wildlife population inside the forest and they are conserved very carefully by the forest department

Nearby Attractions

Karnagarh Temple
Karnagarh Temple16.14 KMs away from Arabari Range Forest

This is a group of two temple which is dedicated to Mahadev and Mahamaya which is associated with the ancient fort of Karnagah. Which stand unhurt and excellent in thin structure. Tourists and devotees come here with a special feeling for these temples. this place is famous for tis views, and architectural beauty. Daily a lot of people visit this place.

Gangani Canyon
Gangani Canyon23.08 KMs away from Arabari Range Forest

Gangani is a natural canyon situated near the town of Garhbeta, in the Paschim Medinipur district also known as the The Grand Canyon of West Bengal is almost 70 feet deep and is formed due to natural erosion of the Shilabati River. Due to its scenic beauty, the place has become a popular tourist spot.

Kansabati River
Kansabati River28.91 KMs away from Arabari Range Forest

This river rises from the Chota Nagpur plateau in the state of West Bengal and passes through the districts of Purulia, Bankura and Paschim Medinipur in West Bengal before draining in the Bay of Bengal. there is a dam built across this river.

Nehru Museum of Science & Technology
Nehru Museum of Science & Technology37.34 KMs away from Arabari Range Forest

Nehru Museum of Science and Technology is a museum situated within the IIT Kharagpur campus. It showcases many exhibits from various institutes and organizations across India and comprises of many technical models from the recent to past. The open area outside the building has many open-air demonstrations and outdoor exhibits including a hunter fighter plane, and a steam locomotive engine.

Garh Mandaran Park
Garh Mandaran Park38.49 KMs away from Arabari Range Forest

This is a very old fort and park which sits in a serene setting. untouched with pollution and noise. which makes it an ideal place to spend time with friends and family.

Hijli Eco Park
Hijli Eco Park39.43 KMs away from Arabari Range Forest

It’s a small natural park very close to IIT Kharagpur campus. There is a small deer park inside and a nursery also. The park has enchanting pathways with tall trees providing a canopy from both sides.

Radha Binod Temple
Radha Binod Temple41.91 KMs away from Arabari Range Forest

A famous Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu which was built in 1659 in Achala style of architecture. Today a lot of people visit this temple every day to view this architectural wonder.

Jhargram Deerpark
Jhargram Deerpark 41.97 KMs away from Arabari Range Forest

Established in the year 1980 within a patch of natural forest at Khasjungle. There are not only deers, but there are also so many animals. this zoo specializes in the management, conservation, and breeding of endangered species of this area. Daily a lot of peoples comes here to visit this place.

Gokulchand Temple
Gokulchand Temple43.91 KMs away from Arabari Range Forest

This is a temple that was the grandest of the few Bengal stone temples. The whole temple complex is surrounded by a high wall, giving it the look of fort rather than a temple.

Chilkigarh, kanakdurga mandir
Chilkigarh, kanakdurga mandir44.71 KMs away from Arabari Range Forest

Kanakdurga temple of Chilkigarh is the main attraction of the district. The temple is covered in the west by a dense forest that is covered with medicinal plant of 433 types and has a beautiful river that flows between the raj palace of Chilkigarh and Kanakdurga temple.

Jhargram Raj Palace
Jhargram Raj Palace45.17 KMs away from Arabari Range Forest

The Jhargram Raj Palace is the current residence of the Malla Deb Royal family founded around 1592 AD by Sarveshwar Singh. About 10 rooms plus three dormitories on the ground floor have been converted into a Heritage Hotel run by the family. The Palace is an opulent Italianate structure set in carefully laid lawns and gardens.

Joypur Forest
Joypur Forest 45.44 KMs away from Arabari Range Forest

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.

Kalachand Temple
Kalachand Temple45.46 KMs away from Arabari Range Forest

This is the earliest of the Eka-Ratna temples found in Bishnupur built in 1656 AD by king Raghunath Sinha. The architecture of this temple is quite astonishing which Comprising of a square ground arrangement and a solitary tower laying on a bent rooftop.

Kurumbera Fort
Kurumbera Fort63.80 KMs away from Arabari Range Forest

Kurumbera Fort is one of the most undiscovered forts in West Bengal. The architecture of this fort is a fusion of Odisha and Mughal architecture and is preserved by the Archaeological Survey of India. It was believed that the fort was built in a single night.

Tamluk Rajbari
Tamluk Rajbari69.30 KMs away from Arabari Range Forest

These ancient ruins of the Tamluk Palace are a brilliant spectacle of architectural brilliance. The temple is believed to be 2500 years old and was inhabited by a West Bengal King. Now it is a protected monument and a lot of people come to this place to visit these architectural ruins.

Bargabhima Temple
Bargabhima Temple70.21 KMs away from Arabari Range Forest

This is an ancient Hindu temple in Purba Medinipur built in 1150 years ago. This temple is considered as 51 shakti path of mother Durga where left lower leg of Sati fell. The temple has been announced by Heritage Site by West Bengal Govt.

Hadal Narayanpur
Hadal Narayanpur70.91 KMs away from Arabari Range Forest

Located on the banks of the Bodai River, the twin-villages of Hadal-Narayanpur is famous for the Mandal family terracotta temples that comprise of Barataraf, Mejotaraf and the Chhototaraf temples.

Antpur temple
Antpur temple70.98 KMs away from Arabari Range Forest

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.

Dudh Pukur tank
Dudh Pukur tank71.56 KMs away from Arabari Range Forest

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.

Devgarbha Shaktipeeth Shri Kankaleshwari Kali Temple, Birbhum

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.