VISIT WEST-BENGAL

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West Bengal was formed after the division of India in 1947. The eastern part of Bengal became a new country East Pakistan and Bangladesh in later and western part became West Bengal , a state in the eastern region of India . West Bengal is the nations fourth and seventh most populous sub-national entity in the world with more than 91 million inhabitants. The capital Kolkata formerly known as Calcutta was the capital of the country during the British Rule (1700-1912 AD) . The Hill stations, National Parks , Wild Animals and many historical places are the major attractions of West Bengal. In the article I'm going to write some of the interesting places which you must visit if you travel West Bengal.

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GORUMARA NATIONAL PARK : It's located in the northern part of West Bengal, in the Dooars region of the Himalayan Foothills. Gorumara is a medium sized National Park with grasslands and forests and mostly known for its population of Indian rhinoceros.

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JALDAPARA NATIONAL PARK : This park is situated very close to Gorumara National Park, at the Foothills of Himalayas on the bank of Torsa river. It has the largest population of Indian one horned rhinoceros. The nearby Chilapata forest is an elephant corridor between Jaldapara and Buxa Tiger Reserve.

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DOOARS : Dooars means doors, the lowest portion of Himalayas in the north-east part of India . Specially forests, small hills , zik-zak and up-down roads are the main attractions of Dooars. This's one of the best places for bikers .

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Darjeeling : It's often known as the second Kashmir for its beautiful pleasant climate, every year lakes of national-international come to visit it. It's located in the lesser Himalayas at an elevation of 6,700 ft. Darjeeling is noted for its Tea Industries, Kanchenjanga - the world's third-highest mountain, and the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway, an UNESCO world heritage site.

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COOCH BEHAR PALACE : A historic place in the Cooch Behar city, West Bengal. The palace was modeled after the Buckingham Palace in London in 1887, during the reign of maharaja Nripendra Narayan . The mixture of Classical Western and Italian Renaissance is noted for its elegance and grandeur. Now it's a property of ministers, but anyone can visit it.

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MORGAN PALACE : Early known as Singamari Tourist Lodge or Durpin Tourist Lodge, is a Britist colonial mansion built by an English jute Baron Mr George Morgan in 1930 in Kalimpong. Now it's a hotel managed by State Government. Many famous bollywood celebs like Kishore Kumer, Nargis and American ambassador in India Chester Bowles stayed here.

Mentioned all the places are located in North Bengal, and nearby Siliguri is the biggest city . In my next posts I'll further describe all the places one by one.

Hope you like it and thanks for your supports . See you in the next post, bye-bye take care.

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Darjeeling looks amazing. I will make sure to visit it when I come to India

wow
great job keep it up

nice post, thank you for sharing it on discord! cheers!

A good post of course...Is love stuffs anything related to travel.
And you know I love west Bengal...Precisely kolkata...The people with unconditional love...Read a small portion from my travelogue which I not published yet

every visit I fell in love with this
lovely city. Kolkata is called as City of Joy
and in literal meaning they gave joy during the visit to this place with their unconditional
love, their hospitality, warmth they showered every time irrespective of their designation
from office boy to Manager in the office or it is the unknown strangers outside the level
of affection remained same, same care, same love which still makes nostalgic.

It looks incredible, thanks for sharing.

Great article! Darjeeling has been on my list to visit for a while now, the Himalayan railway looks like so much fun!

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Welcome, I live here!

Wow, interesting country! Hope some day I could be here, visiting this place, and your country. Thanks for share. :)

it's really very lovely place for travel

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Nice article @facttechz... West Bengal is in my travel list now...

So beautiful do you leave in Bangladesh

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very beautiful

fantastic and great article

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I like ..
Very useful article about india history ..

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I like ..
Very useful article about india history ..

Great Blog, I love to travel and I will put this beautiful places on my travel wish list.

To much beauty in those photos, I should definitely go

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Great article! Nicely written.