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Explore the Old World Charm in West Bengal West Bengal tourism has showed tremendous growth in the recent years with the mix of modern and ethnic prevailing in the culture and various tourist attractions. This Indian state is surrounded by the neighboring countries of Bangladesh on the east, Bhutan and Nepal on the north. The diverse topographical nature offers every visitor an opportunity to explore this place’s nature at its best. Kolkata has been crowned as the capital of West Bengali. The city has been formed by combining three villages, namely Gobindpur, Kalikata and Sutanuti. Earlier known as Calcutta, this city was founded by the British administrator Job Charnock. Kolkata is located on the banks of River Hooghly and is often dubbed as the cultural capital of the country. The city adds a lot to West Bengal tourism and is rightly known as the city of joy. The city of noble laureates has many tourist attractions like the iconic Howrah Bridge, Victoria Memorial, Marble Palace, Indian Museum, Birla Planetarium, Kalighat Temple, Fort William and many more. The old zamindar baris and havelis showchase the rich architectural style of West Bengal, while the heritage monuments and buildings depict the British architecture in the state. From the celestial Baul music going international now to the famous lines ‘ Ekala Cholo Re’ by the renowned Rabindranath Tagore, the art of this state includes a wide variety of paintings, dances, sculpture and various other forms of art. The ethnicity in the Culture of West Bengal has always been the chief attraction all over the world. Moreover, the textiles and handlooms here reflect its own story that is worth exploring. When it comes to exploring art of the state, tourists prefer to visit Santiniketan. The ‘adda culture’ is the part and parcel of the daily schedule of the people residing in the Indian state of West Bengal. Here, people make groups and chat for long hours. You can notice these groups on many crossing across the streets of every town and city in the state. West Bengal Tourism provides you a wide scope of wondering into a mixed world of new and old. If you love exploring the wildlife, go out for the same at Bakkhali, Murti, Sunderbans, Birbhum and religious bowing at Tarapith. Traveling through the breathtaking beauty of Mongpong and unique experience of Darjeeling. The fairs and festivals are the important part of West Bengal Tourism. Some of the most popular festivals are Durga Puja, Saraswati Puja, Jagardhattri Puja and Kali Puja. The state has tropical climate in the south and subtropical climate in the north. It experiences four distinct seasons with hot summers and cold winters. The patters of rainfall differ region to region in West Bengal.

Explore the Old World Charm in West Bengal  

The Indian state of West Bengal lies in the eastern region of the country and sprawls from the gigantic Himalyas in the north to the Bay of...

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