West Bengal- the cultural capital of India
Stretching between the great Himalayan range to the Bay of Bengal, West Bengal is among the most important sites for education-culture-music- trade & commerce as well as for tourism. Kolkata, the cultural and intellectual capital of India is the political capital of the state and among the prime metropolitan cities in the Country.
The major sites of tourist interest
The Kanchenjunga range and the Tiger Hills in Darjeeling, the Susunia hills in Bankura, the ravishing sea beach at Digha, Shantiniketan & Biswabharati University, the Wildlife sanctuary at Jaldapara, the Palace Museum of Hazarduari, the Bandel church are places worth to pay a visit. Besides, there are options like the ravishing Duars, the national park at Gorumara, the Buxa Tiger reserve, the Chillapara forest range keeps on receiving tourists every year. West Bengal houses the dense and vast Sunderban, which is the largest Mangrove forest in the world. The holy temple at Kalighat, the Indian Museum, the Birla planetarium and the Botanical Garden are some of the celebrated spot for the tourists in and around the capital city of Kolkata.
Why you need to visit West Bengal?
You should visit West Bengal to explore the nature, relish the mesmerizing scenic beauty, enjoy the ravishing forests and to visit the edifices with crucial historical significance. West Bengal in also the site for religious tourism as well as business tourism. A visit to the state would enable you to explore some of the witnesses of the most important chapters in Indian history. The state is also the home soils for the galaxies of the luminaries in the religious, cultural, educational perspectives.
The route that takes you to West Bengal
West Bengal houses the railway terminals like Howrah, Sealdah and Kharagpur that are considered the top 3 railway junctions. The International airport in Kolkata is connected with all the major domestic as well as the international air terminals. You can even access the state through the water routes. Aside the Grand Trunk Rod runs through the state that connects it with the other important cities and towns in India