September 28, 2021

3 Best Places to Visit in Purba Burdwan (Bardhaman)

Purba Burdwan

Top Tourist Attractions in Purba Burdwan (Bardhaman)

West Bengal‘s Purba Bardhaman district is located there. Bardhaman is where the organization’s headquarters are located. After the split of the former Bardhaman district on April 7, 2017, it was created. Rash Behari Bose, the great revolutionary, was born in the hamlet of Subaldaha in the region of Purba Bardhaman.

Best Places to Visit in Purba Burdwan (Bardhaman)

Lord Curzon Gate

In 1903, the Maharaja of Bardhaman erected this massive gate at the intersection of GT Road and BC Road to commemorate Sri Bijoy Chand Mahatab’s coronation. The building was given the name “Curzon Gate” after a visit by Viceroy of India Lord Curzon in 1904. It was called “Bijoy Toron” in the post-independence era.

Chupi Char

Purbasthali Oxbow Lake, also known as Chupi Char, is a tiny birding site in Kalna near Purbasthali. More than 70 species of local and migratory birds flock to the crystal clear waters of the Ox Bow Lake’s 9-kilometer-long waterway and the adjacent fruit orchards.

Sarbamangala Temple

Sarbamangala Temple, located on D.N. Sarkar Road in Burdwan, was erected by Maharaja Kirtichand in 1702. Mata Sarbamangala’s idol is around 1000 years old. It is the undivided Bengal’s first NABARATNA temple.

 Best Time to Visit in Purba Burdwan (Bardhaman)

Anytime

How to Reach Purba Burdwan (Bardhaman)

By Air

Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport and Kazi Nazrul Islam Airport, both in Andal, Paschim Bardhaman, are the closest airports.

By Rail

Burdwan Junction is the closest railway station.

By Road

Kolkata-Agra This area is crossed by National Highway 19 (old numbering NH 2), which covers a major portion of the historic Grand Trunk Road. National Highway 114, State Highway 6, State Highway 7, State Highway 13, State Highway 14, and State Highway 15 are the additional routes that travel through the region. All of the district’s points of interest are easily connected by road.

Author – Animesh Sharma