"Cascading waterfalls, divine temples and vivid greenery"

Keonjhar Tourism

Abundant with green hills, vivid forests and roaring waterfalls, Keonjhar is an often overlooked holiday destination sitting on the Northern fringes of Odisha. Also known as Kendujhar, the city serves as the district headquarters of Keonjhar district. Beyond the city limits lie a picturesque landscape dotted with exciting tourist attractions that will fill your heart and soul. The beauty of eye-soothing greenery against a backdrop of distant hills weaves a magical spell on the minds of visitors.


"The place where the first uprising for independence took place in 1857"

Barrackpore Tourism

A treasure trove of history, Barrackpore is a lovely weekend getaway located at a very close proximity to Kolkata. Although it is now more or less considered an industrial town, but the reminiscences of the past still linger in every corner of the town. Standing on the bank of Hooghly River, this historic place has been a witness of both the grandeur of British Raj and the hard days of struggle for freedom from colonial rulers. It is at this very place where the first uprising for independence took place on 29th March 1857, when a young soldier of Bengal Infantry named Mangal Pandey rose in revolt against his British superiors. He was later arrested and hanged for his misconduct.


"Once the capital of Kamtapur"

Gosanimari Tourism

Gosanimari is a heritage village situated near Cooch Behar in West Bengal. It is located at a distance of 132 km from Jalpaiguri and 15 km from Dinhata. The place marks the site of the ancient capital of Kamtapur kingdom which was established by Maharaja Sandha Roy in the year 1228 AD. Gosanimari is an ideal place for those love history and long to get a glimpse of the past. But if you're not a history fanatic, then you can simply spend some time walking around the place while enjoying its unmatched peace and tranquility.


"A lake surrounded by luxuriant forest"

Patlakhawa Tourism

Patlakhawa Forest is located 30 km from the town of Cooch Behar in West Bengal. Once upon a time, it was the game reserve of the Koch dynasty. The forest consists of Sal, Sishu, Teak, Mahogany, Groundnut, Babla and Devdaru trees. A beautiful semi-lunar wetland flanked with lush green forests, just beside Torsa River, provides for an unforgettable experience. Patlakhawa is also a heaven for bird watchers and photographers.


"Patachitra and Pater Gaan"

Pingla Tourism

Pingla is a village tourism destination situated in Paschim Medinipur district of West Bengal. The place is famous for its Patachitra and Pater Gaan. There are around 250 Patuas (painters) who live in Naya village in Pingla. The paintings are traditionally done in a series of frames on long scrolls of cloth with natural colours extracted from local flowers and leaves. They also produce apparels, stationery and home decor products with Patachitra motifs which are an unique showpiece of cultural expertise and superior craftsmanship.