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We have enlisted some Hotels and Resorts in Biharinath Hill of Bankura district in West Bengal. You can find actual owner’s name & contact number here. So, you can book the hotels or resort as per your choice and budget directly with contacting the host & without any middle man.
Biharinath is the highest hill of Bankura district in West Bengal. This hill is located amidst one of the dense forests of Bankura district. There is a famous temple situated on the hill. The temple is dedicated to lord shiva and the hill is named after him. This temple is easily accessible since cars reach upto the gate of the temple. So, there is no problem for aged people to reach there. At the time of Hindu festival Shiva ratri, a large fair used to take place here. A park is also there and anyone can spend time inside the park. Trekking option is also there, so trekkers can visit this place and enjoy the nature with adventure.
By Rail or Train : Biharinath hill is situated in between two well known stations. One is Damodar Junction which is about 15 kilometers from Biharinath and another one is Madhukunda station which is about 13 kilometers from Biharinath. Local vehicles are available from both the stations to reach Baranti.
The best way to reach Baranti from Kolkata by train is to catch a train up to Asansole. Then take a cab to reach Biharinath. It is about 15 kilometers by road from Asansole to Baranti and takes more or less 45 minutes to reach.
By Road : To reach Biharinath from Kolkata you need to drive via Durgapur Expressway, Andal, Kajora, Jemua, Ranipur and Mutukbani. The total distance between Kolkata and Baranti is about 220 kilometers.
By Air : Kolkata airport or Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose airport is the nearest airport to Biharinath Hill. The distance between these two places is about 225 kilometers by road. You can reach Biharinath from here directly by cab by pre booking method or can get train from Howrah or Sealdah station up to Asansole and then Up to Damodar Junction or Madhukunda station by Adra line.
1) Susunia Hill : Susunia Hill is situated at the north western part of Bankura district in West Bengal and it is an extended part of Easter Ghats. Many rock climbing training program holds on here in winter by different rock climbing institutes and organizations on account of its elevation and convenient rock faces. Susunia hill is about 32 kilometers by road from Biharinath temple and takes more or less 1 hour to reach.
2) Joychandi Hill : Joychandi Hill or Joychandi pahar is situated at the Purulia district of West Bengal. Joychandi pahar is also well known for rock climbing like Susunia pahar. This place is also an emotion of Bengalis since the famous Bengali film ‘Hirak Rajar Deshe’ by renowned film maker Satyajit Ray had been shot here. A temple is also there at the top of the hill and you have to climb up 500 stairs to reach there. The scenic beauty from the top of the hill is mind blowing. Joychandi hill is about 40 kilometers by road from Biharinath Hill.
3) Baranti : Branti is now a well liked tourist destination in Purulia district on account of its splendid natural beauty with the combination of lake, hills and dense forest. The location of Muradi lake or Baranti lake at the foothill of Baranti hill makes the sight so charming that travellers cann’t resist themselves to come back here again and again. Baranti also offers one of the best sunsets in entire West Bengal. This place is about 20 kilometers by road from Biharinath temple.
4) Garpanchkot : Garpanchkot is a fort at the foothill of Panchkot or Panchet hill which was built by the king of Kashipur. A temple was built there too. The hill is covered with lush green forest of Sal, Tamal, Palash, Sonajhuri, which will refresh you with the fragrance of flowers and leaves. Damodar, the renowned river flows below this hill. The best time to visit Garpanchkot is winter, Spring (most recommended) and of course in monsoon. The distance between Biharinath and Garpanchkot is about 30 kilometers.
5) Panchet Dam : Panchet dam has been constructed across the Damodar river in Panchet area near Dhanbad of Jharkhand district. Panchet dam is one of the two biggest dams (another one is Maithon dam) built by DVC. Panchet dam is situated nearer to Asansole, the district headquarter of Paschim Bardhaman district. This dam is about 29 kilometers from Biharinath hill and temple.
6) Maithon Dam : Maithon is located at the border of West Bengal and Jharkhand across the river Barakar. This dam was constructed with special design to control flood and generate electric power. There is an underground power station which is probably the first in entire India as well as South East Asia. Apart from this technological part, Maithon dam is an attractive tourist places. Boating facilities are available over there with different criteria. In monsoon it becomes paradise for nature lovers. Maithon dam is about 39 kilomters from Biharinath hill.
7) Kalyaneswari Temple : Kalyaneswari temple is situated at Kalyaneswari in Asansole Sadar Subdivision of Paschim Bardhaman district of West Bengal. This temple is very much close to renowned Maithon dam. This small and ancient temple is very famous among local people since it is said that wishes get fulfilled here. It is about 35 kilometers from Biharinath temple to Kalyaneswari temple.
A very few hotels and Resorts are available in and near Biharinath hills to accommodate guests since it is less crowded place till now.
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