Located at the confluence of the Kangsabati and Kumari rivers, close to the Jharkhand border and approximately 30 km from Bankura city & around 300 km from Kolkata, Mukutmanipur is also famous for its massive earthen dam, the second largest in India. The 86 sq km reservoir formed by the Kangsabati Project is truly spectacular, too, particularly when water flows across the rocky river.
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Morning pick up from Kolkata & start your Mukutmanipur Tour. Mukutmanipur is approx 300km by road travel from Kolkata via Bankura, it’s take around 6 hrs to reach. (It is well connected by rail also from Howrah station). By lunch time we will reach at Bankura. After lunch further transfer to Mukutmanipur. Mukutmanipur is a small town in the rarh region of West Bengal and is situated near the confluence of rivers Kangsabati and Kumari. Green forests surround the vast bluish tract of water. Evening time free for leisure. Overnight stay at Hotel
After breakfast start our today’s programme, first visit Kangsabati Dam, the second largest earthen dam in India was built on the confluence of River Kumari & Kangsabati. You can enjoy a boat ride (on direct payment basis) to visit on the huge water body of the dam area. Further visit Pareshnath Shiva Temple, Ambika Temple & Deer Park. Overnight stay at Hotel.
After breakfast check out from Hotel & drive back to Kolkata. Tour end with sweet memories.
Kangsabati Dam, the second-largest earthen dam in India seeks attention for its vast water body and the way it whispers with the enchanting nature. The dam is 11 kilometers in length and was built under the administration of the then Bengal’s Chief Minister, Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy. See the Sun casting golden rays down upon the water and turning the color of it into fire red; When the Sun comes half into the water, you will experience a vision beyond your imagination. Experience the divine beauty of Sunset and touch the solitude of the golden hour.
Have you ever seen a Moonrise standing on the top of a hillock?
Be the witness of a captivating Moonrise from Musafirana view point. The immense beauty of lavish green and graceful water will definitely force you to click the shutter from here. Spend quality time with spouse or friends sitting under mushroom shaped shades from where you can get a divine view of eye-soothing greenery saluting sky-blue water. See the Full Moon rising out from the vast waterbody and sparkling over the water. Cool breeze, reflection of silvery moonlight on water under the stars and serene environment will make you feel like heaven. You will definitely get stunning landscapes of nature from here.
Pareshnath Shiv Mandir is an open temple of Mahadev as well as a holy place for local people. During the construction of the dam, the idol was found by digging the Earth and it is considered to be an evidence of Jain culture. You may see many stone idols there and people strongly believe that some of the idols were Jain deities.
Many people come here to celebrate ‘Maha Shivratri’ festival. You will get the best view of mesmerising Sunset from here. The setting sun starts sinking beneath the horizon slowly. When the fiery ball comes down half into the water, its reflection in the dam made it look complete and creates a brilliant view. The clouds glow with orange hue and tweeting birds fly the nest across the sky. Make a moment for a lifetime.
Bonpukuria Deer Park is a perfect place for family outing as well. You will feel the nature murmuring here and the deer will come to welcome you with the astonished eye for sure. Towards Bonpukuria, there is a road where the trees made an arch like structure covering the road. Strange green sun-rays come through the canopy of branches and make a majestic painting of light and shadow on the road. Arrange a picnic and enjoy to the fullest in Bonpukuria village. Explore the Bonpukuria village and see tribal paintings on huts.
Noadihi is a place after Baroghutu. To come this place you have to follow the road towards Peerless Resort then take a diversion to Baroghutu. After crossing baroghutu you will reach Noadihi. Recently Govt. of West Bengal are making an accommodation which is still under construction. This is place with ultimate silence to recharge your soul. You will hear chirps of several birds with the beautiful sunset experience.
Ambikanagar Temple, situated in Ambikanagar village is the place where Goddess Durga is being worshipped as Maa Ambika for last 700 years. According to local people, Maa Ambika is very much alive. Let’s make your ‘Durga puja’ an unique one this year with the raw fragrance of ancient rituals at Ambikanagar Temple. Far away from bustling crowd and noise, the rich emotion of local people and their welcoming nature will definitely immerse you into happiness.
is one of the places to visit on weekend tours to Bankura-Purulia. It is a small hill with not much elevation. It also resembles a elephant while viewed from a distance. There is also a spot where there is enormous supply of water without any stop throughout the whole year which is believed to be holy. Winter is the best time to visit this place.
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|Per Person Cost Based On 6 Pax||Inr 6,550/-|
|Per Person Cost Based On 4 Pax||Inr 7,900/-|
|Per Person Cost Based On 2 Pax||Inr 10,650/-|
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