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Weekend Destination

Achipur, Budge Budge

Drive Distance : 29 km/1:24 hr.

Accessable Transport : Train,Bus,Cab

Description: On the southern of Budge Budge, Achipur is a Chinese settlement and the place got its name from the Chinese businessperson, Tong Achi who set up a sugar process on the banks of Hooghly River, amid the season of Warren Hastings. A sugarcane manor was claimed by him adjacent that gave crude material to his plant. With the pulverization of the sugar ranch and factory, the place was betrayed by the Chinese people group.

Chandraketugarh, Barasat

Drive Distance : 54 km/1:56 hr.

Accessable Transport : Bus,Cab

Description: Chandraketugarh is a archeological site situated alongside the Bidyadhari River, in the locale of North 24 Parganas, at a separation of around 35 kilometers north-east of Kolkata. The relics found in this place with Maurya period, Gupta period, Kushanas period and late Gupta period. For a long time, this place has been uncovered and relics of a few periods uncovered, for example, Northern Black Polished Ware (NBPW) relics, confirmations having a place with the time of 400 BC to 100 BC. 

Banshberia, Hooghly

Drive Distance : 65 km/1:45 hr.

Accessable Transport : Train,Cab

Description: Present Bansberia was one of the main villages of ancient Saptagram and was once the commercial complex and main port of that area. The existence of the place dates back to the period of Shah Jahan. An area including Bansberia was part of the Mughal Empire and the Zamindar was Raghab Dattaroy of Patuli. The place derived its name from the legend that a fort was built by Raghab’s son after clearing a bamboo grove. The tourist attractions of Banshberia are the Hangeshwari and Ananta Vasudeva temples comprising intricate terracotta works. The five-storied Hangseshwari temple is built in a unique architectural style, comprising thirteen lotus bud-shaped minars and inner layout following human anatomy. The temple is dedicated to Goddess Kali.

Guptipara, Hooghly

Drive Distance : 94 km/2:22 hr.

Accessable Transport : Bus,Cab

Description: Guptipara is celebrated for being the primary spot in West Bengal to begin network Durga Puja  which is a rustic town in Chinsurah subdivision. Situated close to the Hooghly River, Guptipara is similarly renowned for gupo sandesh (assortment of sandesh pieces) and makha (sandesh blend) other than being the origination of the celebrated artist Bhola Moira. The Terrracotta temples are the greatest attractions of the place.

Taki, Hasnabad

Drive Distance : 74 km/2:28 hr.

Accessable Transport : Train,Bus,Cab

Description: This is Basirhat subdivision and has great degree quiet place to rest in a bagan bari close to the banks of Ichhamati river too a decent place to go touring, Taki is the place to be this end of the week. You can appreciate the mid-waterway experience of meeting the compatriots of Bangladesh, on the Ichamati River, where visitors from the two nations ride on vessels to get a nearby perspective of the other nation.

Dwarhatta, Hooghly

Drive Distance : 56 km/1:32 hr.

Accessable Transport : Bus,Cab

Description: The terracotta temples protected by rich green bushes makes Dwarhatta quiet and tranquil. Found 41 km from Kolkata, Darhatta is one of the towns in Haripal, in the West Bengal's Hoogly region. With its terracotta temples, straightforward and perfect ancestral cabins, Dwarhatta invites you to put in a few hours in the quiet climate of its town. You can find out Vishnu and other spiritual activities.

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