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East India - West Bengal


Andaman and Nicobar         Arunachal Pradesh        Assam        Bihar        Manipur        Meghalaya

Mizoram      Nagaland      Orissan      Sikkim     Tripura       West Bengal

Calcutta     Sunderbans    Jaldapara Sancturary     Bakkhali    Shantiniketan    Vishnupur    Darjeeling    Plassey    Digha
Sagardwip (SAGAR ISLAND)        Raiganj Bird-Sanctuary         Kurseong
        Kalimpong         Durgapur        Buxa Tiger Reserve


Calcutta, three hundred years old, traces its history to the landing of Robert Clive on the banks of the Hooghly beside three villages. It was from here the monumental British Raj was launched in India. The capital of West Bengal, Calcutta is the major entry point.

If Delhi is the elegant capital of the nation, and Bombay its major industrial city, then Calcutta ranks as the intellectual capital. Poets, thinkers and film directors of international renown hail from this city where avant garde plays and art exhibitions go on show practically every day of the year. Calcutta was the first headquarters of the East India Company, and some of its best known monuments were built by this British trading house. However, the city has, within its 300 years’ history, hosted other communities both from other parts of India as well as abroad - Chinese, Armenians, Jews - all of whom have left their imprint in pockets of Calcutta. Sightseeing in this fascinating city includes Raj Bhawan, the residence of the Governor of Bengal; Victoria Memorial, the city’s landmark; Botanical Gardens, which are notable for the oldest banyan tree, and orchid house; Armenian Church; Marble Palace, one family’s collection of memorabilia; and the Birla Planetarium. Darjeeling, the state’s most popular hill resort, is a slice of England 2,134 metres above sea level. Surrounded by tea gardens growing the prized leaf known as Darjeeling, the little town faces some of the Himalaya’s highest peaks. Darjeeling is an abrupt variation from the lowlands of West Bengal. Buddhism, being a major faith here, Darjeeling and the nearby town of Kalimpong have, between them, several Buddhist monasteries, chiefly of the Yellow Hat sect.

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Grown from mangrove swamps, Calcutta is the largest metropolis in India. Calcutta's role in the national economy is of crucial importance as the Gateway to Eastern India. Ships were the begining of Calcutta's history & the river Hoogly was the key to the city's fortunes.


Area : 187 sq. kms.
Altitude : 5.8 metres
Climate (deg c) : Summer- Max. 41.7, Min. 38.1; Winter- Max. 29.3, Min. 9.6.
Rainfall : 158 cms June to Mid September
Clothing : Tropical
Languages Spoken : Bengali, English, Hindi etc.
Season : Throughout the year.
STD Code : 033.


  • Air : India Airlines connect Calcutta with Bombay, Delhi, Madras, Port Blair, Nagpur, Bhubaneswar, Ranchi, Patna, Lucknow, Tezpur, Jorhat, Dibrugarh, Silchar, Imphal, Bagdogra, Agartala, Bangalore, Vishakhapatnam (Vizag), Guwahati, Dimapur, Hyderabad and Car-Nicobar.

  • Rail : Howrah and Sealdah, two main railway stations are there in Calcutta. Calcutta is connected by rail to most of the important places in India.

  • Road : Good motorable roads connect Calcutta to all the major cities in India. Some of these are: Puri-560 kms, Bhubaneshwar-498 kms, Shiliguri-000 kms, Darjiling-678 kms, Krishnanagar-000 kms, Baharampur-000 kms, Patna-547 kms, Ranchi-000 kms, Alahabad-000 kms, Kanpur-000 kms, Lucknow-000 kms, Haridwar-1586 kms, Varanasi-681 kms, Bombay-2060 kms, Delhi-1490 kms, Madras-0000 kms, Panaji (Goa)-0000 kms.

  • Local Transport : Metred Taxis, Cycle & Man-pulling rickshaws, city buses, Trams, Electric Trains & Metro rail services are available.

Deluxe - Taj Bengal, The Oberoi Grand. Standard - Park Hotel, Airport Ashok, Hotel Hindustan International. New Kenilworth International, Rutt-Dean, Lytton, Astor. Budget - Astoria, Minerva, Swagath, Carlton, The Shamilton, Host International, Shalimar, Udaychal Tourist Lodge, YMCA, YWCA.

Belur Math 16.5 km, Botanical Garden 19.2 km, Dakshineshwar Temple 20 km, Howarh Bridge 6.4 km, Jain Temple 9 km, Kali Temple 3.2 km, Marble Palace 6.8 km, Nakhoda Mosque 6 km, National Library 1.4 km, Rabindra Sarobar 4.2 km, Raj Bhavan 3 km, Ramakrishna Mission Institute of Culture 5 km, Sahid Minar (Ochterlony Monument), St.Paul's Cathedral, Victoria Memorial 0.5 km, Zoological Gardens 3 km.


  • Academy of Fine Arts, Tel: 248-4302; Asutosh Museum, Tel: 34-7472;

  • Birla Academy of Art & Culture, Tel: 76-6802;

  • Birla Industrial & Technological Museum, Tel: 247-7341;

  • Birla Planetarium, Tel: 242-1554/-6619;

  • Gurusaday Museum; Indian Museum, Tel: 29-9902;

  • Nehru Children's Museum, Tel: 248-3517;

  • Rabindra Bharati Museum, Tel: 34-5241;

  • State Archaeological Gallery, Tel: 243-6636;

  • Victoria Memorial Hall Museum, Tel: 248-5142.

Digha Beach 185 kms, Santiniketan 213 kms, Bakkhali Beach 132 kms, Chandannagar 39 kms, Diamond Harbour 51 kms, Sundarban 131 kms, Tribani 48 kms, Gangasagar 140 kms, Malda 340 kms, Kalna 82 kms, Navadweep 110 kms, Mayapur 134 kms, Murshidabad 221 kms etc.

Vishnupur : 152 kms. Famous for the exquisite 17th & 18th century terracotta temples, Seat of classical music. The Stylised, "Bankura horse" symbolic of excellence in rural handicrafts is native to this district.

Belur Math (16 km) is a modern temple within the grounds of the Ramakrishna Mission. Dakshineshwar Temple (20 km) dedicated to Kali is built in the architectural style of Bengal. Botanical Gardens (8 km) cover 110 hectares and have a number of rare plants, including a 200 year old banyan tree. Murshidabad (221 km) centre of Bengal’s silk industry and the residence of the erstwhile nawab of Bengal. Shantiniketan (167km) now a university, founded by the Nobel literature laureate, Rabindranath Tagore.


  • Government of India Regional Tourist Office, EMBASSY, 4 Shakespeare Sarani, Calcutta - 700 071, Tel : 242-1402, 242-5813.

  • Government of India Tourist Information Counter, New Terminal Building, Calcutta Airport, Calcutta - 700 052, Tel : 552-8299.

  • West Bengal Tourist Bureau, 3/2 Binoy Badal Dinesh Bagh (East), 1st Floor, Calcutta - 700 001, Tel : 248-8271.

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A thrilling cruise through the largest estuarine delta in the world and the biggest colony of the `Royal Bengal Tigers' - the Sundarbans. These evergreen mangrove forests pulsate with a myriad forms of life. Above the Kingfisher and White-bellied Sea eagle add a brilliant burst of colour. The sea creeps in at high tide. The forests float. The ebbing waters reveal nature so alive on the glistening mud flats. The land is split by numerous rivers and water channels all emptying into the Bay of Bengal. Venture further to discover a rich tribal folklore. It is believed that Bonbibi, the goddess of the forest, protects the wood-cutters, honey-collectors and fishermen on their hazardous missions. For, as the saying goes, `Here the Tiger is always watching you'.

Delta-forest home of the Royal Bengal Tiger. The Ganges, which is rightly known as the Ganga, carries silt and fertility from its ice-melt sources in the high Himalayas, through the lush plains of India, past the riverine port of Calcutta. Here, however, it is no longer the Ganga because it has become one of the major distributaries. For, in the flat grey-clay lands of Bengal, the great river splits into numerous channels, dividing and sub-dividing like the roots of a tree, till it pours through many mouths into the Bay of Bengal.

Between Calcutta and the final outpouring of the river are the lands knows as The Sunderbans: literally, the Beautiful Forests. Some people, believe that they could," however, have got their name from the profusion of Sundari trees. These forests are extremely dense, often impenetrable, fringed by mangrove jungles and are one of the most intriguing wilderness on earth. Most journeys through these humid forests are done by boat, and it is a fascinating trip. Fishermen’s boats, like black scimitars, drift past, spreading nets for the fish that teem in these rich waters. Near the delta villages the clay is relieved by green vegetation. When the tourist ferry stops, occasionally, visitors walk ashore on palm- and-bamboo jetties to enter forest areas fenced in by bamboo corrals.

Fiddler crabs extend their cherry-red claws out of their mud burrows; curious, air- breathing, mud skipper fish climb the stilt roots of the mangroves on their flipper-like fins, viewing intruders with pop-eyed amazement. Tribes of honey gatherers live in these dark forests. They believe that the giant, saline water drinking Royal Bengal Tigers always attack from the rear and so they wear masks on the backs of their heads. This is why a posse of armed policemen accompanies all visitors who venture into these beautiful forests. Other wild creatures which lucky visitors might see are spotted deer, boar, monkey, crocodile, python, Salvator lizards, and a wide range of water birds.


Area : 2608 sq. kms.
Altitude : Sea Level.
Temperature (deg C) : Summer- Max. 42, Min. 37; Winter- Max. 29, Min. 9.2.
Clothings : Summer- Tropical / Cotton, Winter- Woollens.
Languages spoken : Bengali, Hindi, English.
Best season : September to March. July to September for Sajnekhali Bird Sanctuary.
STD Code : 03219.


To visit Tiger Project area including Sajnekhali Bird Sanctuary permission is to obtained from:
The Joint Secretary (Forest), Govt. of West Bengal, 4th Floor, G-Block,Writers' Building, Calcutta- 700 001, Tel: 225-5601 Extn 411/754.


  • Air : Nearest airport is Calcutta (131 kms). Indian Airlines connect Calcutta with the all major cities in India.

  • Rail : Sundarbans is accessible only by riverine waterways. From Calcutta there are suburban train to Canning and buses to Namkhana, Raidighi, Sonakhali and Najat from where Motor launch services are available for Sundarbans.

  • Road : Above mentioned embarkation points from Calcutta are: Namkhana (105 km), Sonakhali (100 km), Raidighi (76 km), Canning (64 km), Najat (92 km).

  • Waterways : Approximate time taken between various points are :
    1. From Namkhana - Bhagabatpur Crocodile Project (2.5 hours) Sagar Island (2.5 hours) Jambudwip (3.5 hours)
    2. From Sajnekhali - Sudhanyakhali (40 minutes) Buridabri (Tiger Project Area) (5 hours) Netidhopari (3.5 hours) Holiday Island (3 hours)
    3. From Sonakhali - Gosaba (1 hour)
    4. From Raidighi - Kalas (5 hours)

  • For Private Launches Contact: West Bengal Launch Owners' Syndicate, Calcutta

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Jaldapara Sancturary

Jaldapara Wild Life Sanctuary situated in Alipurduar Sub-Division of Jalpaiguri district in West Bengal was constituted in the year of 1941 for the protection of wild life, particularly single horned Rhinos. River Torsha runs through this riverrain forest sanctuary which is mostly covered with tall grasses. The wild life, in addition to the famous single horned rhinos, consists of Royal Benggal Tigers, wild elephants, deers, swamp deers, hog deers, wild pigs, bisons and a number of birds, pea-fowl etc.


Area : 100 sq. kms.
Altitude : 61 metres.
Best season : October to May. (Particularly March & April, when new grass is growing).
Clothings : Summer- Cottons, Winter- Woollens.
Languages spoken : Bengali, Hindi, Nepali, English.


  • Air : Bagdogra is the nearest airport from where tourist can reach Jaldapara by road-route, noted below. (Shiliguri to Bagdogra - 13 kms).
    Fare : Calcutta- Bagdogra (Mon,Wed,Sat,Sun) Rs.2019 (J), Rs.1462 (Y).

  • Rail : All the mail & express trains stop at Birpara/Hasimara railway stations both are 20 kms away from the sanctuary. Only passenger trains stop at Madarihat railway station which is 7 kms away from the sanctuary. Madarihat Tourist Lodge is in walkable distance from the rly. station.
    Fare (approx) : Calcutta- Madarihat Rs.775 (I), Rs.240 (II).

  • Road : Jaldapara is connected by road with Darjeeling and Shiliguri.
    (a) Darjeeling-Shiliguri-Jalpaiguri-( via New Teesta Bridge )-Mainaguri- Dhupguri- Gairkata- Birpara- Madarihat ( 140 miles or 224 kms.)
    (b) Darjeeling- Siliguri- Sevoke- Bagrakot- Mall- Chalsa- Nagrakata- Binaguri- Madarihat ( 214 kms.). Journey time from Shiliguri is about four hours. Entry-point to the sanctuary is at Madarihat, which is connected with Bagdogra airport and New Jalpaiguri/Shiliguri by road. Distance between Shiliguri and Madarihat is 214 km, takes 4 hours. Rates of private vehicles range Rs.300-400 for a full car. But in season shared vehicles are available,Rs.35-40 per seat.

  • Transport : 11 seater Matador Mini Bus is attached to Madarihat Tourist Lodge which can be hired for the following places:
    (a) To Hollong and back: Rs.50 per head, subject to minimum charges of Rs.350;
    (b) Madarihat to Phuntsholing: Rs.450 (both way).
    For other places Rs.5 per km. subject to minimum charges Rs.200. N.B.S.T.C. buses, Royal Bhutan Govt. buses, Mini buses and Private buses are available from Shiliguri to Hasimara and Madarihat.


Local excursions may be arranged to visit tea gardens to see the manufacturing of tea in the nearby tea gardens by prior arrangement with the authority.Anthropological excursion in nearby Tribal village, TOTOPARA, can be arranged.


Regular (2-day) conducted tours to Jaldapara Wild Life Sanctuary including Dooars and Phuntsholing (Bhutan) @ Rs.650 per head are organised by the Tourist Bureau, Govt. of West Bengal, Hill Cart Road, Shiliguri, Phone: 21632.


  • Tourist Bureau, Government of West Bengal, Hill Cart Road Shiliguri- 734 401, Darjeeling, Tel: 21632.

  • Tourist Bureau, Government of West Bengal, 3/2 B.B.D.Bag (East), Calcutta- 700 001, Tel: 248-8271, 248-8272.

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The second popular sea resort of West Bengal is Bakkhali , situated only 132 km away from Calcutta , It is quiet and charming.


A three hour bus journey from calcutta to Namkhana, a ferry across the river Hatania Doania, and another bus journey for one and half hour to Bakkhali Between Calcutta and Namkhana there are CSTC buses an well as private bus.
Dep : Esplanade (CSTC) 0700 hrs. Fare Rs. 13.50
Arr : Namkhana 1100 hrs

There is also a train service from Sealdah station upto Diamond Harbeur Namkhana is 58 km from diamond harbeur

How To Reach

Kumardhubi (10kms.) and Barakar (12kms.) are the nearest railway stations. Asansol Junction is about 35 kms .fro, here . Regular bus services are available from Dhanbad and Maithon to this place. Taxies are also available. Dhanbad is 50 kms. from here.

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An International University founded by Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore where the cultures of the East & the West could meet and mingle. Named Vishva-Bharati, the University represents Indian traditions while incorporating the best of other cultures. Shantiniketan, the abode of peace, was initially an Ashram or hermitage founded in 1863 by Maharishi Devendranath Tagore. In 1901 his son, Rabindranath converted it into an experimental open-air school with just five students. It proved a success. He widened the scope of studies which gradually formed the nucleus of a University.

Another interesting feature about Santiniketan is that splendid sculptures, frescoes, murals and paintings of Rabindranath, Nandlal Bose, Ramkinkar, Bindobehari Mukhopadhyaya and others adorn the campus.


Temperature (deg C) : Summer- Max.39.4, Min.34.3; Winter- Max.15.7, Min.12.1.
Rainfall : 125 cms ( June to September ). Heavy in July\August.
Season : Throughout the year.

The University remains closed in May-June and for one month during the Puja Holidays i.e. September-October.


  • Air : The nearest airport is Calcutta 213 kms.

  • Rail : The nearest railhead is Bolpur, 2 km away. Trains connecting Bolpur with Howrah/Sealdah (Calcutta) are 3015/3016 Howrah-Bolpur Shantiniketan Exp,  3133/3134 Sealdah-Mughalsarai Exp, 3071/3072 Howrah-Jamalpur Exp, 2557/ 2558 Kanchenjunga Exp., 335/336 Vishwabharati Fast Pgr., Shantiniketan Exp., Danapur Fast Pgr. and Tarapith Passenger.

  • Road : Good motorable roads connect Shantiniketan with Calcutta 213 kms (Bolpur 2-Panagarh 44-Burdwan 48-Calcutta 119), Durgapur 56 kms, Sarnath 197 kms

  • Local Transport : Tourist cars and buses available from the Manager, Tourist Lodge. Charges according to distance and time.


Shantiniketan is a University town and a centre of learning. The Uttarayan complex where the poet lived consists of several buildings such as Udayana. Konark, Shyamali, Punascha and Udichi which reflect the architectural genius of the poet's illustrious son the late Rathindranath Tagore. In addition there are Kala Bhavan (College of Fine Arts and Crafts). Sangit Bhavan (College of Music and Dance), Vidya Bhavan (College of Humanities), Siksha-Bhavan (College of Science) and Vinaya Bhavan (Teacher's Training College), Cheena Bhavan and Hindi Bhavan. The Shantiniketan campus of Viswa Bharati has grown up to be a centre for learning with a bias towards art, music and humanities. At Shriniketan, mainly a Centre for Rural Service and Studies (Palli Samgathan Bibhaga), there is a college of Agriculture (Palli Siksha Sadan) as well. The places of interest are mainly on the campus and have a distinctive feature of some of the best in Indian art and culture.

  • China Bhavan : The Chinese Faculty.

  • Chhatimtala : Here Maharshi Devendranath, the father of Rabindranath Tagore, used to meditate. Prayers are held usually at Convocation time. Successful graduates of the Vishwa Bharati University are presented a branch of five leaves each from the Saptaparni trees which abound in the area.

  • Kala Bhavan : The College of Fine Arts & Crafts has an museum exhibiting sculptures, frescoes & murals and a library of art books.

  • Patha Bhavan : Now a secondary school, it is of particular interest as an example of the traditional `Brahmacharya Ashram'.

  • Prayer Hall : Founded by the poet's father in 1863, the hall is made of glass. Prayers are held on Wednesday.

  • Bichitra : Also called Rabindra Bhavan, a Research Centre and Museum where the poet's personal belongings, paintings & various editions of his works are exhibited.

  • Sangeet Bhavan : College of Dance and Music. The University is replete with works on Art, Music and the Humanities.

  • Uttarayan Complex : The poet lived and worked in the Northern Complex consisting of several buildings as : Udayana, Konarka, Shyamali, Punascha and Udichi. The Bichitra ( or, Rabindra Bhavan ) designed by the poet's son Rathindranath Tagore.


Shantiniketan : Winter:- 1400 to 1630 hours, Summer:- 1430 to 1730 hours. During vacations:- 0730 to 1100 hours.

Shriniketan : Winter:- 1030 to 1230 hours, Summer:- 0800 to 1000 hours.
N O T E : Permission is required from the Public Relations Officer, Vishwa Bharati for taking photographs.


Kala Bhavan, Bichitra (Rabindra Bhavan).


  • Deer Park : Near Sriniketan, 3 kms from Shantiniketan. Originally, the area was a fast eroding `Khowai'. It is now a large wooded area with herds of deer and makes a natural bird sanctuary.

  • Uttarayan Gardens : University Campus.


Fullora (40 kms), Nalhati (104 kms), Kankalitala (7 kms), Bakreshwar (58 kms): Nearest railway station Dubrajpur 12 kms. WBTDC Tourist Lodges & PWD Inspection Bungalows available

Massanjore (78 kms) : Mayurakshi Bhavan, Youth Hostel available to stay there.

Kendubilwa (42 kms) : Buses ply from Bolpur railway station. Buses also ply or Kenduli from Calcutta for tourists.

Nanoor (23 kms) : Birthplace of the Vaisnava poet,Chandidas (14th century). Buses ply from Bolpur railway station. Travet Sng time: one hour.

Tarapith (80 kms) : One can reach Tarapith firstly from Bolpur to Rampurhat by train or bus and then 5 kms by bus or cycle rickshaw. Ramkanai Dharamshala a number of hotels are there.


Guide services available from the Public Relations Officer's Office, Vishwa Bharati. Regular conducted tours from Shantiniketan Tourist Lodge by Uttarayan Travels (Approved by West Bengal Tourism Development Corporation).

Around Shantiniketan : Shantiniketan-Shriniketan-Deer Park-Amar kuthi-Kankalitala. Daily except Wednesday. Rs.75/- per head.

Outside Shantiniketan: Joydeb (Kenduli)-Bakreshwar-Tarapith-Mssanjore. Every Wednesdays and Sundays. Rs.100/- per head.

Outside Shantiniketan: Nanoor-Lavpur-Sainthia-Birchandrapur-Nalhati-Akalipur. Every 2nd & 4th Saturdays. Rs.100/- per head.

Paush Mela : 2 days in December. Rs.300/- per head. With dormitory accommodation and food all inclusive. Joydev Baul Mela : 2 days. Rs.150/- per head.

* Operators/Reservations : West Bengal Tourism Development Corporation.
* Contact : Manager, Tourist Lodge. Available at Bolpur station also.

RESTAURANT Tourist Lodge (on order); Chhuti Restuarent; Kalor Dokan; Nabadwiper Dokan; Samrat; Paushali; Rly Refreshment Room-Bolpur.


Not in force.


Festivals accompanied by songs, dance and dramas are held here throughout the year.


Grameen (Bolpur), Sarvodaya Ashram (Bolpur), (Handicrafts & handlooms) Vishwa Bharati Shilpa Sadan (Shantiniketan), Shantiniketan Co-operative Stores (Shantiniketan).


Maghotsava (February)
It marks the anniversary of the Brahmo Samaj and the Founding of Shriniketan.

Vasanta Utsava (March)
It coincides with Holi. The students, in colourful dress, dance their way into the Mango Grove. Here an open air variety programme is staged.

Varsha Mangagal (Jul-Aug)
Cultural shows are held and a tree planting ceremony preceded by Halokarshan (ploughing).

Sharadotsava (Oct-Nov)
An autumnal festival of song and dance before the University closes for the Puja holidays.

Paush Utsava (December)

The Calendar year comes to a close with a colourful fair marking the foundation day. Tribal dances (Santhali) & Baul singers are a part of the fair. Tribal crafts in silver and Dhokra metalware are popular with visitors.


Tourist Information :

  • Manager, Tourist Lodge, Tel : 398, 399.

  • Public Relations Officer, Vishwa Bharati Office, Shantiniketan, Tel : 651.

Tour Operator : Uttarayan Travels (Approved by Department of Tourism, Govt. of West Bengal) Ram Krishna Mandir Road, Bolpur 731 204, Tel : 430, 330. Calcutta Address: 29/2-B Northern Avenue, Tel : 52-2610.

Railway Booking : Shantiniketan Chowrastha.


  • State Bank of India, Bolpur & Shantiniketan, Tel: 465. (Foreign exchanger but not foreign Travellers Cheques)

  • United bank of India, Bolpur, Tel: 225.

  • Allahabad Bank, Bolpur, Tel:

  • United Commercial Bank, Bolpur, Tel:

Hospital : Pearson Memorial Hospital, Shantiniketan.


  • Janata Pharmacy, Chowrastha, Shantiniketan.

  • Mukherjee Medical Hall, Bhubandanga, Shantiniketan.

Photographers : Studio Vichitra, Chitrangan, Bolpur.

Post & Telegraph : Post & telegraph Office, Chowrastha, Shantiniketan.

Important Tel. Nos.

  • Railway Station : Bolpur 451 and ask for the station.

  • Ambulance : Bolpur 451 and ask for the ambulance.

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