Biharinath Hill situated in 60-70 k.m. away from Bankura Town. Hard to climb, but natural beauty is awesome
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Biharinath is just awesome.I have no idea about Biharinath until I noticed the advt of Biharinath Tourist Point(033-69547111/8017202499), the only perfect accommodation here in a magazine.I searched about Biharinath in web and mostly I collected information from Trip Advisor. Just reaching the place I was bewildered and was thinking why most of the Kolkata Travelers were not aware of this... More
Post breakfast we started from Kamarpukur for a day trip to Biharinath Hills. It was a nice driving experience crossing across the land of red soil, forest, hills to finally reach at the hill top of Biharinath. The amazing landscape, scenic beauty of the forest hills and the trees with hanging fruits all along the hills were the added visual... More
I have visited many short trip from Kolkata but Biharinath beacons me even after 4 months. A place having hills, dense forest with abundant flora and fauna, water bodies of different dimensions, springs, renowned temples,tribal villages, pollution free green surroundings where water is panacea. A good accommodation to stay for a couple of days. One can visit Susunia hill, Jaychandi... More
Bengali tourists travels a lot but for weekend tour they are going after the same old spot again and again. New spot which may be even more beautiful in every respect just cannot bloom for less patronage from the tourists. Only 4 hrs distance from Kolkata and near Durgapur/Asansol there is such a plce namely Biharinath. What it offers? Hills(where... More
We had planned to visit the place after receiving some wonderful feedback on the road in a radio channel. Till Durgapur it was good. But the condition dropped drastically after crossing Muchipara signal near Durgapur. In one word its just pathetic. All dusty, broken village roads and the last stretch of 10km was awful. As such no road exists. Only... More