Kangsabati dam

#2 of 4 things to do in Mukutmanipur

Kangsabati dam was built along 11 km to allow water irrigation facilities to the arable place that is known for 8,000 sq. km, covering Purulia, Bankura, Paschim Medinipur and a few pieces of upper Hooghly. This is the principle fascination among Mukutmanipur touring places. This Mukutmanipur dam, known as the second biggest earthen dam in India, was built under the organization of Dr Bidhan Chandra Roy, the then Bengal's Chief Minister. The Kangsabati Dam has turned into an outing spot, frequented by individuals for leisure. In the rainstorm, from July to September, Mukutmanipur sports an alternate look inside and out. At the point when the supply is full and the Kangsabati spills its crevasse the cadenced music of water will abandon you entranced. It is an alternate vibe visiting Mukutmanipur in the winter.

Kangsabati dam Photos