Itinerary Bankura, Bishnupur, Mukutmanipur Tour


Highlights of Tour.

This is a complete guided tour.

All accommodation will be in 3 star category Hotels.

Starting Point and ending will be Exide Crossing/Bengal Club.

​Maximum of 25 people in Group.

 
Day 1 - Starting From Kolkata at 8 am. Breakfast on the way. On the way our first stop will be Dwarhatta Rajrajeswar Temple(Build 1728, included in List of Protected Monuments by the ASI) of Singha Roy family with atchala, triple archway has tight scroll work above the archways, figures along the base & around the façade. Rare examples of Pancharatna temples with ridged rekha turrets have facades fully decorated with figures. Then we stop at Joypur forest for tea break, then arrive at Bishnupur town. After checkin at hotel & lunch we visit all temples & monuments of Bishnupur namely Jor Mandir, Rasmancha, Radhamadhab Temple, Kalachand Temple, Madan Mohan Temple, Radha-Gobinda Temple and Shyam Ray Temple. Evening time enjoy in shopping. Dinner & overnight stay in Bishnupur.


Day 2 - After breakfast and checkout from hotel leave for Susunia hills. after that proceed for Mukutmanipur. After lunch visit Kangsabati dam by battery operated eco-friendly vehicles. A boat ride at the time of sunset will give you a mesmerizing view of the lake. Besides you can explore Pareshnath Shiv-Mandir, Musafirana View point and Deer Park. Dinner and Night stay in Mukutmanipur. 

 
Day 3 - After breakfast checkout and proceed for  Joyrambati & kamarpukur to see the birthplaces of Ramakrishna Paramahansa and Maa Sarada and their temples, Lunch will be provided here. Then start return journey for Kolkata. Reach Kolkata about 5 pm to be dropped at Exide Crossing.


Package Includes
Accommodation in AC/Geyser Rooms.

All meals as per Itinerary.
Transporting in AC Bus.
Driver Expenses
Toll Charges
Entry Tickets
Car Parking Charges
Local Sightseeing with Eco-Friendly Vehicles


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***Tour can be customized for group of 8 persons.

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Bankura district is located in the mid western part of the state of West Bengal. It is a near to Bardhaman Division of the State and is included in the area known as "Rarh" in Bengal. Bankura district is situated at. The Damodar River flows along the Northern boundary of the district. Bankura district is bounded by Bardhaman district in the north west and Paschim Medinapure district in the south.


Bishnupur is a tourist spot of Bankura district. It is 152 km from Kolkata and 34 km from Bankura Town. This place has a historical importance as it was the capital of Mallabhum. It is known for terracotta temples and Baluchari sarees. It is popular for classical music dalmadal and painting. There are approximately 16 temples, most of which are made in the decade of Mallaraja. Temples of Bishnupur include Jor Mandir, Rasmancha, Radhamadhab Temple, Kalachand Temple, Madan Mohan Temple, Radha-Gobinda Temple and Shyam Ray Temple.


Joyrambati is 98 km from Kolkata. It is a holy place as it was the birthplace of Sree Sree Maa Sarada Devi. Temple of Singha Bahani Devi and Mayerepukur are also visiting sites.


Susunia Hill is also a tourist spot of Bankura District. It is 50 km from Bisnupur and 21 km from Bankura town . It is known for a natural spring and a historical stone engraving .


Biharinath Hill is the tallest (448 m) of Bankura District. It is in the northwestern edge of the district. It is 57 km from Bankura Town. It was an ancient centre of Jainism, and known for its natural environment. Biharinath has hills, dense forest, water bodies, river Damodar, and a temple of Lord Shiva.


Mukutmanipur is a tourist spot of Bankura District. It is 55 km from Bankura District headquarters. It is the second biggest earthen dam of India. Jhilimili has a dense natural forest. It lies 70 km from Bankura Town. Mukutmanipur and Jhilimili nearby are major tourist attractions. The second biggest earth dam of India is located in Mukutmanipur 55 km away from Bankura. The undulating terrain along the southern edge of the Kangsabati water reservoir spreads as a three-dimensional necklace in green and terracotta. Approximately two kilometers from the lake is the Bangopalpur Reserve Forest, a home of many species of flora and fauna. Four kilometres from the dam is the ancient town of Ambikanagar, once an important place of pilgrimage for Jains. However, a flood destroyed most of what remained in 1898. Mukutmanipur is home to a 10.8 km-long man-made mud-banked fresh water barrage. It canalises Kangshabati and Kumari rivers into the three drought affected districts of Bankura, Purulia and Midnapore for irrigation in the summer months.


How To Reach Bankura

Bankura Junction railway station is on the Adra-Midnapore rail route. It is in Bankura city. It is the originating and terminating station of Bankura Damodar Railway which will connect to Howrah-Bardhaman Chord section. Computerized reservation facility is available. Going towards north-west, Adra Junction Railway Station is the nearest main station and moving to south, Midnapore Railway Station is the major station next to Bankura. National Highway 14 (India) running from Morgam (in Murshidabad district) to Kharagpur (in Paschim Medinipur district), State Highway 9 (West Bengal) running from Durgapur (in Paschim Bardhaman district) to Nayagram (in Jhargram district) and State Highway 5 (West Bengal) running from Rupnarayanpur (in Bardhaman district) to Junput (in Purba Medinipur) pass through Bankura. NH 14 links Bankura to NH 12 and NH 16. Both NH 14 and SH 9 link Bankura to NH 19 (Grand Trunk Road).

Terracota Temples of Bankura

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