Standing near the Tower of Silent History : Jatar Deul

It was on 26th January 2014. I decided to go Jatar Deul or jatar Deula or Jotar Deul (Jota means the hair stiffed head of Lord Shiva) after visiting some of the websites related to Bengal’s ruined temples. Jatar deul, to me one of the toughest task to go, because there is no easily accessibility … More Standing near the Tower of Silent History : Jatar Deul

Bakkhali

If you are in Bengal and you are looking for a calm sea destination then opt for Bakkhali and it’s adjacent areas. Bakkhali is a beautiful place located in the extreme southern part of Bengal. This place is closer to Bhagabatpur Crocodile Project and Lothian Wildlife Sanctuary of Sundarbans Mangrove Forest Regions. Behold the sound … More Bakkhali

Maachranga Dweep

It is a matter of great comfort, while you will visit Machranga Dweep or Kingfisher Island. Machranga Dweep is a small isle/islet on the Ichamati River near to both Taki and Hasanabad towns in North 24 Parganas of West Bengal. From Machranga Dweep, Taki is easily accessible by boat. Machranga Dweep has Bangladesh on one … More Maachranga Dweep

Kalna: Village of Religious Beauty in Bardhaman

A sojourn to Kalna is simply a treat to eyes, where terracotta art mirrors the medieval Bengal. The terracotta art in Pratapeshwar temple of Kalna is the bliss if medieval Bengal art. Kalna visit will give you knowledge of religious beauty. In the midst of religious beauty, you can feel the gentle breeze while you … More Kalna: Village of Religious Beauty in Bardhaman

Nava Kailasha Temple: A Canvas of Human Traits

108 Shiva Temple of Kalna is a grand example of architectural spirit of colonial modern Bengal. This temple is located in Kalna, just opposite to Pratapeshwar Temple complex of Kalna. 108 Shiva Temple of Kalna was built in the year 1809. These temples are constructed in two circles. The concept of 108 temples was taken … More Nava Kailasha Temple: A Canvas of Human Traits