A unique getaway nestled in the lap of nature, tailor-made for the traveler who wants exclusivity and some peace and quiet, the delightful and charming scenic beauty of Khairabera Eco Adventure Resorts is further augmented by luxurious tents and activities like trekking, kayaking, snorkeling and camping.
Durga Bera lies near the Ranga village of Ayodhya Gram Panchayat at the Baghmundi Block in Purulia, West Bengal. It is located at an altitude of 2000 ft. above the sea level and is 58 Km from Purulia via Srikabad. Durga Bera is a blue tinged water body hence gets its name “Nil Jal”. It is home to plenty of fish and is popular to visitors for fishing. This area is rich in flora and fauna. The lake is dotted with colourful flowers and the mountain slopes are covered with chinar, poplar and willow trees. Durga Bera is also a birds’ paradise.
Deulghat, near Boram, has the ruins of 15 temples near the Kansai River. Notable for the stucco style of architecture found in the temples.
It is located in the north of Begunkodar within Jhalda Block and is about 55 km. from Purulia town. The dam is on the tributary of Kangsabati river. This is a popular picnic spot with scenic views of the Ayodhya hills.
Located on the way to Baghmundi from Ayodhya, approximately 52 Km. from Purulia town via Sirkabad. Breath-taking scenery and a picturesque drive make this place a must visit.
Located on the way to Baghmundi from Ayodhya, it is 57 km. from Purulia town via Sirkabad. Scenic landscape of hills and forests – a photographer’s delight!
Masks of Charida village in the Baghmundi area of Purulia (WB) are used in the martial dance “Chhau” which is internationally famous.
This project can generate 900 MW power instantly by discharging stored water from Upper dam to Lower Dam through reversible pump-turbine and generator motor. The project located in Ayodhya Hills in Baghmundi village of Purulia district.
42kms away from Purulia via Sirkabad, Ayodhya is a famous tourist destination. It is a woody mountain with table top. Many small streams make their way through the slopes of the hill to meet Subarnarekha on the west and Kangsabati and Kumari from the northern slope. The view from the hilltop is beautiful. Two beautiful waterfalls fall from the side of the hill tract, making the place even more endearing.
Chhau Dance is a genre of India tribal martial dance which is popular in the Indian states of Odisha, Jharkhand and West Bengal. Purulia is the birthplace of Chhau Dance.
Natua, an ancient dance form, features in the Shiv Puranas and is performed during the Shiber Gajan (between March and May) and occasionally at weddings.