Sankosh River: West Bengal-Assam Border, a Popular Summer Destination

Sankosh River

Sankosh River is identified with different names as per the region it flows. In India it is the Sankosh River, in Bhutan the river is called Punatsang Chhu (Wang Chu), some other synonyms of the river are Svarnakosha and Gadadhar. In India the river has a major significance as it flows on the border of […]

Lepchakha – The Queen of Dooars

Lepchakha Village Dooars

Lepchakha Village is considered as the “Queen of Dooars”. It is a tiny hamlet located on the ridge of Buxa Tiger Reserve. The enchanting natural beauty of this province perfectly outfits the title. Due to its proximity to Buxa Tiger Reserve, this far-flung provincial site boasts of surreal natural surroundings. Being endowed with nature, the […]

Totopara – The Idyllic World of Toto Tribes

Totopara derives its name from its unique inhabitants; the Toto tribe. Totos are one of the primitive tribes in the world. They are known for their peculiar ethnicity and culture. A solitary haven for indigenous tribes, Totopara is one of the exotic destinations in the dooars region. Inhabited by the peculiar tribe, the village is […]

Chatakpur – An Infinite Serenity Amidst Unexplored Mountain Hamlets.

Chatakpur, Chatakpur Eco

Chatakpur : Stress has become a staple word in people’s vocabulary these days. Everybody’s stressed! Be it because of work, studies, family or any other reason, people are struggling to get that mental peace. While each individual has their own way of letting out their stress, traveling is something that works for all. Just going […]

Bhramari Devi Temple (Jalpaiguri) – Shri Bhraamari Shaktipeeth, Trishrota

Bhramari Shakti Peetha is among the 51 Shakti Peethas spread across the world. One of the known legends behind Shakti peethas is that lord Vishnu had to cut goddess Sati’s body (who had sacrificed herself) into 51 parts which fell on various places on earth and became sacred sites. These Shakti Peethas are one of […]

Changey Waterfalls Kalimpong – How To Reach Changey Falls

Changey Waterfalls Kalimpong - How To Reach Changey Falls

Changey Waterfalls Kalimpong – When planning a trip to Darjeeling-Kalimpong don’t forget to add Changey falls to your itinerary. Changey is one of the most touristic places in North Bengal. Located just 14 Kilometers away from Lava, this is a serene hideaway surrounded by greenery. Falling from a height of 400ft it is said that […]

Malbazar Park – The Best Attraction In Jalpaiguri

malbazar Jalpaiguri

Malbazar Park , also popularly known as “Mal” is a prominent town in North Bengal. Due to its proximity with the Indo-Bhutanese border town Jaigaon, it is regarded as a flourishing business confluence in the district of Jalpaiguri in the state of West Bengal, India. The town is located at a distance of 65 kilometers […]

Pagla Jhora Waterfalls Is One Of The Flourishing Tourist Attractions in North Bengal

Pagla Jhora, Darjeeling

Pagla Jhora Waterfalls is one of the flourishing tourist attractions in North Bengal. It’s named so for the area encounters continuous landslides, especially during heavy rainfall. Despite being a shrinking zone, Pagla Jhora is the home to several beautiful and undulating waterfalls, silver streams, lush floras, exotic birds, and tranquil surroundings. Location & how to […]

Mayfair Tea Resort Siliguri – First Boutique Tea Resort In Siliguri

Mayfair Resort Siliguri

Mayfair Tea Resort Siliguri – Established closely amidst the luxuriant greens and serene environment, MAYFAIR Tea Resort in Siliguri retains the spellbinding blend of classic elegance and modern world conveniences. The gigantic heritage property stands amidst the flawlessly manicured tea gardens thriving on the mightily unfurled Northern plains. Tracing its Colonial origin, MAYFAIR Tea Resort […]

Junglee Baba Mandir – Bangdubi, Bagdogra, Dalkajhar Forest, West Bengal

Junglee Baba Mandir

Junglee Baba Mandir is a sacred retreat for explorers of every kind. Ideally, a “highly recommended” weekend retreat for peace-seeking localite, it comes under the list of places to explore in Siliguri, which is an en-route province. The city interlinks the entire Indian states with the Northeast and with the neighboring countries Bhutan, Bangladesh, Nepal, […]

Namthing Pokhari – Abode Of Endangered Himalayan Salamanders

Namthing Pokhari is nestled at Shelpu Hills of Kurseong in the District of Darjeeling. Seating at an elevation of 4500 ft above sea level, Namthing Pokhari is seasonal in nature. Apart from being a rare and offbeat attraction in Darjeeling Hills, it is as well a home to rare species many flora and faunas. The […]

Biswa Bangla Shilpi Haat Siliguri

Biswa Bangla Silphi Haat

Biswa Bangla Shilpi Haat: Biswa Bangla Shilpi Haat represents the authenticity and the essence of traditional crafts and merchandise of Bengal. It is home to the ancestral art creations. It solely depicts the ancestry and further serves as an approach to conserve the skill and authenticity through handmade art and crafts. Biswa Bangla Shilpi Haat […]

Hanuman Mandir Malbazar West Bengal

Hanuman Mandir Malbazar West Bengal

Hanuman Mandir Malbazar: Well, we all know the narrative of Ramayana. The epic explicitly defines the notable role of mighty Hanuman in king Rama’s victory over Ravana. The greatest Brahmachari, Hanuman is also regarded as one of the Chiranjivi (amongst 7 immortals in Hinduism). He, aka Bajranbali was an ardent devotee of Rama. Born in […]

Jatileswar Mahadev Temple – A Sacred Shrine in Mainaguri

Jatileswar Mahadev Temple

Jatileswar Mahadev Temple, Mainaguri can be regarded as an embodiment of North Bengal’s cultural beliefs. Art of Bengal, which is mainly religious, is explicated through temples. Brick temples of Bengal, established between the 16th and 19th century unfolds one of the most distinctive groups of sacred monuments in India. Due to multiple artistic attractions portraying […]

Rasikbill, Cooch Behar- Abode to Migratory Birds

Rasikbill, Cooch Behar

You are probably aware of how spending time in nature is important for you in various ways. But, in case if that no longer seems significant to you due to your hectic schedule or, due to other situations that bars your mind from stealing some time for yourself, then you are missing all the amazing […]

Teesta Udyan Jalpaiguri – Best Attraction in Jalpaiguri Town

Teesta Udyan

Jalpaiguri is an old town and a seat of the British colonial rulers. It is also the divisional head of the seven districts of North Bengal. Once upon a time, the town housed the offices of big tea companies and old landlords. However, after the partition of India in 1947, Jalpaiguri found itself isolated in […]

LaliGuras Picnic Spot Samsing || Dooars

LaliGuras Picnic Spot Samsing || Dooars

If you are a nature lover, one of the best areas to visit in North Bengal (LaliGuras Picnic Spot) is the lower hills region and the foothills flanked by three beautiful rivers – Chel, Neora and Murti in Western Dooars. The major tourists’ spots on the Dooars belt are all found in this terrain. These […]

Bhutan Ghat- Indo-Bhutan Border, Dooars

Bhutan Ghat

Bhutan Ghat: In our fast-paced media-driven culture, being able to shut off all the noise and focus on the present moment is becoming increasingly invaluable. It is so easy to become so busy and focused on all the drama in our daily lives and around the world that we begin to let the moments that […]

State Biodiversity Park, Tendong, Sikkim

Out of 18 biodiversity hot-spots in the world, 2 are located in India. One in the Western Ghats and the other in Eastern Himalayas. Sikkim, the tiny state in the Himalayas alone covers 0.2% of India’s forest area. The state has about 9 types of major forests. It has more than 26% of the flowering […]

Murti – Sightseeing In Dooars.


Murti Dooars: What fascinates you the most? Is it the glitter of the cities or, the peace and natural splendor of the faraway places? Well, if you prefer the latter, you don’t have to travel that far to experience one! Located at a few hours driving from Siliguri, Murti remains as one of the major […]

Suntaley Khola Picnic Spot And Resort

Suntaley Khola

Suntaley Khola obtains its name from the Nepali dialect. Suntaley means “laden with oranges” and Khola means “mountainous river or, a stream”. The place gets its name due to the presence of orange orchards and a stream through it. Secluded from the urban uproar, it is one of the beautiful destinations in Dooars and North […]