Pattachitra or Patachitra is a general term for traditional, cloth-based scroll painting,based in the eastern Indian states of Odisha and West Bengal.Pattachitra artform is known for its intricate details as well as mythological narratives and folktales inscribed in it. Pattachitra is one of the ancient artworks of Odisha, originally created for ritual use and as souvenirs for pilgrims to Puri, as well as other temples in Odisha. Pattachitras are a component of an ancient Bengali narrative art, originally serving as a visual device during the performance of a song.This patachitra village is situated at Naya Village under Pingla Community Development Block under Paschim Medinipur and it is one of the most tourist attractive place of this district.
Gopegarh Heritage Park in Midnapore is one of the leading businesses in the Tourist Attraction, also known for picnic spot and Eco-Tourism.Gopegarh Heritage Park falls under Medinipur Sadar Community Development Block.It is also famous for picnic spot and its scenic beauty.
Gurguripal Heritage Park is located in Khasjangal Trailokyapur, WB - 721102. This is the only park listed in Khasjangal Trailokyapur.Gurguripal Heritage Park falls under Medinipur Sadar Community Development Block.It is also famous for picnic spot and its scenic beauty.
A beautiful park in Chandrakona, West Midnapore, WB, India. It's a very beautiful park to come with your family and friends and enjoy the holidays. The park is situated very near to Chandrakona Road railway station.
'GANGANI' is called "The Grand Canyon of West Bengal" which is situated on The Silabati River Bank in Garhbeta, Paschim Medinipur. A natural hill on the river bank of 'Silabati' which is a very popular picnic spot.
Moghalmari or Mogolmari is a village and an archaeological excavation site in the Paschim Medinipur district of West Bengal. The excavation of the site which began in 2002-03, led by Professor Asok Datta of Calcutta University has revealed the presence of a Buddhist monastery dated between 6th to 12th Century. A detailed excavation of the site started in November 2013 by the State Archaeological Directorate led to discovery of several artifacts and six tablets.
The Prayag Film City is world largest filmcity, also known as the Midnapore Film City or Chandrakona Film City or Bengal film city is an integrated film city, located at Chandrakona, West Midnapore, 165 km from Kolkata. Built by the Prayag Group, over an area of 2,700 acres and costing ₹10 billion (US$140 million), Prayag Film City is going to be the World’s Largest Film City in terms of area as well as facilities. The mega size integrated complex and a one-stop entertainment is to be opened to the public in two phases. This is the first of its kind film-making arena in Asia. The complex's first phase, designed by the noted art director Nitish Roy, is opened to public from 15 April 2012. The official brand ambassador of the film city complex is Bollywood star Shahrukh Khan, who is also West Bengal's tourism brand ambassador.
Birsingha is a large village located in Ghatal Block of Paschim Medinipur district, West Bengal. Birsingha village is famous for the birth place of the great Bengali social reformer and the author of Varna Parichay, Pandit Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar.
The Kurumbera Fort is situated in Gaganeshwar village, southeast of Keshiari, at about four kilometres from that town. The fort has small quarters and temples. It is a protected monument under the Archaeological Survey of India.
Pathra, on the bank of the river Kangsabati, is a village of temples. There are 34 temples in the village, all over 200 years old. Barely 10 km from Midnapore town, this nondescript hamlet is a treasure trove for those who like to travel back in time.The village reportedly gets its name from the incident.
Karnagarh is a village located around 10 km north of Midnapore Town. One of the prime attractions of this village is a stone fort that is in ruins presently. One can see the remains of the surrounding walls, barracks, temples and water tanks at the fort.
This is an idol of Mata Durga with eighteen hands and bestowed on Lion "MAHISHA MARDINI" and is the first NABARATNA Temple in the undivided Bengal. The structure of the Temple manifests the unique blending of art and architecture of Terracotta style and popular architecture of the then Bengal.
Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur (IIT Kharagpur or IIT KGP) is a public technical and research university established by the government of India in 1951. It is the first of the IITs to be established and is recognised as an Institute of National Importance. In 2019 it was awarded the status of Institute of Eminence by the government of India
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