19 Attractions to Explore Near Kapil Muni Temple,Gangasagar
The temple of Kapil Muni is situated on the Sagar Island is dedicated to Kapil Muni. The current structure is a recent one and it has a stone block, considered to be the representation of Sage Kapil. There is also a ‘Gangasagar Mela’ held in the place, which is said to be the largest fair in West Bengal.
Gangasagar or Sagar Island is an island in the Ganges delta, lying on the continental shelf of Bay of Bengal about 100 km south of Kolkata. The island is large with an area of 224.3 kms. Gangasagar is a charming tourist destination, which attracts both pilgrims and adventure lovers.
Mousini Island is the example of virgin Islands where most human feet have not left behind their marks yet. It is the perfect amalgamation of peace and beach, sun and sand, sea and rivers. There are several cottages, resorts and all. One can enjoy leisure days here.
A beautiful island near Bakhali. The name, Henry's Island, is derived from a British explorer who arrived on the island back in the 19th century. The place is famous for its tranquillity, its virgin beach and the crabs that thrive on it.
Mandarmani is a seaside resort village in the state of West Bengal, India, and lies in East Midnapore district, at the northern end of the Bay of Bengal. It is one of the largest seaside resorts of West Bengal, fast-developing.
Tajpur is one of the most hidden beaches in India. Tajpur beach lies in the Purba Medinipur district of South Bengal, Surrounded with patches of forests this sea shore destination truly offers great visual pleasure. The sea beach of Tajpur has an unusual shape - unlike the most sorted crescent shape Tajpur has an inverted Crescent shape of the beach which gives an unusual panoramic view of the sea.
Shankarpur gives you the luxury of experiencing the thrill of isolated beaches, calming winds, and that typical old-world charm. Shankarpur is the beautiful beach town that affords to give you the luxury of the sea, as it's meant to be- calm and boundless.
Digha is a seaside resort town in the state of West Bengal, India. It lies in Purba Medinipur district and at the northern end of the Bay of Bengal. It has a low gradient with a shallow sand beach. It is the most popular sea resort in West Bengal.
Digha Gate is an entrance gate built on the National Highway 116B in the coastal town of Digha, India, near the Bay of Bengal. The gate is also known as the Gateway of Digha and the Digha Welcome Gate. The gate was formerly known as Brighton of Calcutta.
This is a beautiful beach that was in the Purba Medinipur district of West Bengal. Digha was discovered as a sea beach resort in late eighteen century. The beach is girdled with Casuarina plantations along the coast enhancing the beauty of this place.
Functions under the National Council of Science Museums inaugurated in 1997. This Science Centre showcases a comprehensive view of scientific principles through its 3D theatre shows, scientific models, Jurassic Park with Light & Sound Show and a digital planetarium.
A palace built by Janardan Upadhyay who often came to the region for business. The area comprises two palaces, an old one and a new one. The new one is inhabited by the successors of the royal family. The ground floor rooms have a good collection of stuffed bodies of animals, paintings, furniture etc. The famous Krishna Temple, Gopaljee Temple, is situated in the courtyard of this palace.
The long stretches sandy beaches with red crabs and whistling casuarinas at Talsari-Udaypur beach attract tourists .Tourists can enjoy the marine drive from Talsari to Udaypur sea beach (3 km) on a cool and calm atmosphere. The sunrise and sunset at Talsari and Udaypur beach is really pleasant scenery for nature lovers.
Chandaneswar is an acclaimed religious and cultural site of North Odisha which is famous for Lord Shiva temple. Chadak Mela is an important festival of this holy shrine. During Chadak Mela(month of April) and Shivarati lakhs of pilgrims, devotees of Odisha , West Bengal, Bihar and other places of India visit place to pay obeisance to Lord Chandaneswar.
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.
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.
The Sundarbans National Park is a national park, tiger reserve, and biosphere reserve in West Bengal, India. It is part of the Sundarbans on the Ganges Delta, and adjacent to the Sundarban Reserve Forest in Bangladesh. On 4 May 1984 it was declared a national park. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site . It is considered as a World Network of Biosphere Reserve.
Also known as Kayal-r Bagan famous for availability of a wide variety of birds, butterflies, ferns, and orchids which is located very close to the metropolis Kolkata. the place is very calm and quiet and nowadays a lot of people come here to wander and explore this place.
The area is mainly mangrove scrub, forest and swamp. It was set up as a sanctuary in 1976. It is home to a rich population of different species of wildlife, such as water fowl, heron, pelican, spotted deer, rhesus macaques, wild boar, tigers, water monitor lizards, fishing cats, otters, Olive ridley turtle, crocodiles, Batagur terrapins, and migratory birds.
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.