Gangani Canyon, Gangani, West Bengal 721121
About Gangani Canyon
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.
Attractions near Gangani Canyon
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.
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.
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
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.
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.
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