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Deoghar

74 kilometres from Naya Dumka Directions from Naya Dumka to Deoghar

Best Time: October to March

This pilgrim city is called 'Deo'-'Ghar', The Adobe of God for housing the Baidyanathdham temple, one of the twelve Jyotirlingas in India. Tourists from around the world flock to this sacred place every year to be in the humbling presence of Lord Shiva and also to witness the traditional customs and culture that is unveiled here. The pilgrimage does not end in Bidyanathdham, a number of temples in different forms and shapes for different deities can be ...

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Tarapith

87 kilometres from Naya Dumka Directions from Naya Dumka to Tarapith

Best Time: September to April

Tarapith is a tiny hamlet of Sahapur Gram Panchayet, Margram Police Station found on the banks of River Dwarka in the state of West Bengal. It is settled in the flood plains amongst the green paddy fields. It resembles a typical Bengali settlement with thatched shelter huts and fish tanks. The village is placed 6 km from Rampurhat Sub-Division in the Birbhum district. Tarapith is known for its The Tantric Hindu Temple is devoted to the goddess Tara, a f...

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Santiniketan

115 kilometres from Naya Dumka Directions from Naya Dumka to Santiniketan

Best Time: Between August to March

A small town near Bolpur in Birbhun district of West Bengal, Santiniketan is home to the brilliant Indian poet and writer, Rabindra Nath Tagore. Known to few, the town is located at a distance of 80 kms from Kolkata. Today, the town is home to Visva Bharati University established by Maharshi Devendranath Tagore and later expanded by his son Rabindranath Tagore radically changed the concept of education of India. The gracefully laid out campus is an exc...

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Durgapur

118 kilometres from Naya Dumka Directions from Naya Dumka to Durgapur

Best Time: October-January

A metropolitan city and a municipal corporation in West Bengal,  Durgapur happens to be the second planned city in India and also the only city to have operational dry dock in Eastern India. NH 19 passes through the city and SH 9 originates from the city. It is the most chosen gateway while travelling to other districts like Bolpur, Bankura, Birbhum and many more. It is an industrially advance city compared to the others in Eastern India. A small popula...

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Murshidabad

149 kilometres from Naya Dumka Directions from Naya Dumka to Murshidabad

Best Time: October-March

Murshidabad, which was at first known as Maksudabad, is one of the greatest places of interest in West Bengal known for its chronicled significance that has seen a portion of the renowned Nawabs as the rulers of the spot. Nawab Murshid Quli Khan, who was the Diwan of Bengal under the reign of Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb, moved the capital to Maksudabad from Dhaka and renamed the spot as Murshidabad. Located on the banks of the Bhagirathi, it is a city of w...

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Bankura

171 kilometres from Naya Dumka Directions from Naya Dumka to Bankura

Best Time: October-March

With much authentic noteworthiness, Bankura is a town well known for its slopes and temples and a treat for adventure sports lovers, for example, trekkers and climbers. The locale can genuinely invest heavily in having a wide scope of spots drawing in sightseers for an assortment of reasons extending from arts and architecture, terracotta temples, thick virgin backwoods, slopes and the grand spots at Mukutmonipur and so forth. Since antiquated occasions...

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Bokaro Steel City

172 kilometres from Naya Dumka Directions from Naya Dumka to Bokaro Steel City

Best Time: September-February

Bokaro is a region having a place with the territory of Jharkhand which was framed in the year 1991. With a height of 210 m from the sea level, Bokaro is situated on the Chhotanagpur Plateau. The city is chiefly included valleys and streams. Located in the truly flawless environment of the southern banks of waterway Damodar, Bokaro city has the Parasnath Hills, the stream Garga and the close-by Satanpur Hillocks. Bokaro can be called as one of the excep...

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Bardhaman

184 kilometres from Naya Dumka Directions from Naya Dumka to Bardhaman

Best Time: November to March 

Bardhaman is a city and a municipality located in the state of West Bengal, India.  It is the biggest agricultural hub in the state, placed in what has been traditionally termed the "granary of Bengal". It is an influential transportation focus with railway and highway connections all nearby. Since freedom, it has developed as a leading learning centre as well. It is the headquarters of the Purba Bardhaman district, having grown as a district capital th...

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Purulia

185 kilometres from Naya Dumka Directions from Naya Dumka to Purulia

Best Time: October to February

Purulia is the westernmost district in the state of West Bengal. It is a fascinating destination bestowed with breathtaking natural appeal. Purulia is gradually growing famous amongst the tourists. The town is adequately linked with the rest of the nation and grants a perfect getaway from the tedious lives in the cities. The serene destinations that will help you relax and unwind coupled with the calm ambience will take you another world. The fresh bree...

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Bishnupur

186 kilometres from Naya Dumka Directions from Naya Dumka to Bishnupur

Best Time: November-February

Bishnupur is a town in the Bankura District of West Bengal and is situated at around 132 km from Kolkata. It is popular for its terracotta temples and Baluchari sarees. The town has a superb past that is reflected in its rich heritage, music, and crafted works, for example, stoneware and weaving. Confronting a lack of stones to fabricate temples, the Malla rulers manufactured terrific terracotta places of worship to praise their adoration for Lord Krish...

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Malda

194 kilometres from Naya Dumka Directions from Naya Dumka to Malda

Best Time: September-November

Malda, also known as the gateway of North Bengal, is a city in the state of West Bengal that is located in the Malda district and is at a distance of around 350 km from Kolkata, the capital city of the state. It is located at the confluence of the rivers Mahanadi and Kalindi. The city is most popular for its mangoes, Fazil that is distributed throughout India as well as beyond. Silk and jute are also among the popular products of the district. The city ...

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Mukutmanipur

209 kilometres from Naya Dumka Directions from Naya Dumka to Mukutmanipur

Best Time: October-March

A mainstream end of the week escape for Kolkata local people, Mukutmanipur in the Bankura region of Kolkata is a peaceful town with rich green woods, clear blue water and green slopes in the background. Renowned for the Mukutmanipur Dam which is the biggest earth water supply in India having been worked in the mid-50s to serve water for the irrigation system to ranchers, it is spread in more than 8000 sq km. Bangopalpur Reserve Forest is home to numerou...

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Navadvipa

209 kilometres from Naya Dumka Directions from Naya Dumka to Navadvipa

Best Time: November-February  

Nabadwip literally means nine islands and is an eastern town in the province of West Bengal and is near Bangladesh. Nabadwip, more than being celebrated as a traveler’s destination, is known for its various religious campaigns. The islands are fixated on Antardvipa and resemble an eight-petal lotus blossom. It is additionally acclaimed as a temple town with around 185 temples in the region. It is where Shaiva, Vaishnava and Buddhist religions combine to...

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Ramgarh

245 kilometres from Naya Dumka Directions from Naya Dumka to Ramgarh

Best Time: October-May

Ramgarh is an ideal retreat for tourists who are searching for peacefulness and serenity, in the lap of nature. Packed with verdant apple, peach, pear and apricot plantations, Ramgarh, is a pleasant hill station situated at a height of 1789 m in Kumaon district of Uttarakhand. The spot is divided into two sections – the one situated on a rise, which is known as 'Malla'; and the other found downhill, which is alluded to as 'Talla'. This place is addition...

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Hazaribagh

255 kilometres from Naya Dumka Directions from Naya Dumka to Hazaribagh

Best Time: October - March

Jharkhand's most valuable possession after coal and minerals is its abundant forests. The state is situated on the Chhota Nagpur plateau, giving it an elevation from sea-level of about 600 meters. One such place blessed with untouched, raw forests is Hazaribagh. The town is full of nature's blessings in the form of hills, lakes and forests. One such highlight of the place is the wildlife sanctuary which is extremely beautiful.  There are three natural ...

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Jamshedpur

263 kilometres from Naya Dumka Directions from Naya Dumka to Jamshedpur

Best Time: November to February

An industrial city developed around a steel plant, yet surprisingly blessed by nature. The Jamshedpur city might seem like a dry and exploited piece of land if you are to know about the industrial development that the place has undergone. But this landscape has survived and transformed into something unthinkable over the years. the artificial Lakes built as a reservoir to supply water to the industries has become an aquatic ecosystem, parks and gardens ...

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Rajgir

266 kilometres from Naya Dumka Directions from Naya Dumka to Rajgir

Best Time: October-March

Rajgir was originally known as Girivraj and is one of the first capitals of the Maghada empire. Under the rule of the Maghada dynasty, Rajgir was called as Rajgriha which literally means "the home of Royalty". Shishunaga claimed Rajgir to be it's capital under the Shishunaga Dynasty before it moved to Pataliputra. History also remembers this place to be one of the first places where Lord Gautam Buddha came for meditation. Located in the lush green and ...

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Nalanda

268 kilometres from Naya Dumka Directions from Naya Dumka to Nalanda

Best Time: October-December

India is an abode of underrated tourist hubs, each of them offering unique experiences, having exquisite cultural backgrounds, with profound history attached. Some have a marvellous architecture which was light years ahead of their times and some, sadly, almost forgotten. Such a gem is Nalanda, a beautiful integration of history, culture, knowledge, architecture and spirituality! Nalanda located in Bihar is around 100kms from the state capital, Patna an...

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Chandannagar

268 kilometres from Naya Dumka Directions from Naya Dumka to Chandannagar

Best Time: October-February 

Chandan Nagar is a small district in the interiors of West Bengal. Chandan Nagar has been ruled by three prominent reigns. It was initially ruled by the Nawabs, however, history doesn't have records of the Nawabs ruling Chandan Nagar. French colonial rule is significantly prominent in history. It is said that the French created this town with the amalgamation of various small towns around the area. The British colonial era saw Chandan Nagar lose its thr...

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