The City of Joy !
Amar Saisaber Darjeeling ta!
Home of Royal Bengal Tigers
Greatest examples of Bengal Terracotta works
Malda - Adina Mosque, Gaur , Pandua
Katra Mosque, Murshidabad
Ambika Kalna is a city and a municipality in Purba Bardhaman district.
The town can be accessed by rail or road or river. By rail it is connected on the loop line route from Howrah towards Katwa. Ambika Kalna, 81 km from Howrah, is the main railway station. There are several local trains as well as express trains on the route and almost all of them stop at the Ambika Kalna rail station.
Beautiful Terracotta works on Char Bangla Temple
Dooars (Jaldapara National Park)
Ghum (also spelt Ghoom) is a small hilly neighbourhood in the Darjeeling Himalayan hill region.
Ghum railway station of the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway is the highest railway station in India. It is situated at an altitude of 2,258 metres (7,407 ft)
Belur Math : the Headquarters of Ramakrishna Math and Ramakrishna Mission
NJP (New Jalpaiguri) Station is the entry point to various beautiful locations in Himalaya - Darjeeling district in WB or state of Sikkim. You can also go to Nepal or Bhutan from this place as those borders are not far away from this place. This is major railway station nearest to the city of Siliguri
The Victoria Memorial is a large marble building in Kolkata, West Bengal, India, which was built between 1906 and 1921.
One of the most busiest station in the world - Howrah station is the entry point of the city for the majority of the domestic travelers of India.
Howrah bridge (Rabindra Setu)
It is possibly the oldest church in the Kolkata area. It was built in 1724 by Agha Jakob Nazar after a fire destroyed the previous Armenian church that had been built on the land in 1688
Job Charnock's mausoleum
Maghen David Synagogue
St. John's Church
Lady Canning's Memorials inside St John's Church complex
Prasadhan, Kangra, Pahari, 18th Century CE
Parsi (Zoroastrian) Fire Temple
Beth El Synagogue
Guinness World Records holder, this 250 years old banyan tree with 3616 prop roots is spread across 1.6 Hectares : Largest canopy by a single tree
In Shibpur, Howrah