Baranti Reservoir / Murardi Lake
Baranti Reservoir / Murardi Lake A calm lake surrounded by mighty mountains covered with a thick carpet of greenery. Less crowded, more peaceful and intimate, this is Boronti in a nutshell for you. From Purulia Town, it is 65 km away.
Ajodhya Pahar 42km away from Purulia via Sirkabad, Ajodhya is a famous tourist destination. It is a woody mountain with table land on top. Many small streams make their way through the slopes of the hill to meet Subarnarekha on the west and Kangsabati and Kumari from the northern slope.
Maharaja of Keshargarh is known to have fought the British rule bravely and looted the Purulia treasury. The Rakab forest used to be the hunting place of Kashipur and is popular known as the forest of 16 cross.
On the bank of Kangsabati in the Manbazar Panchayat Samiti, Doldanga is a popular spot, a beautiful water body, boat ride, deer park and island in the middle of such scenic beauty, the view of this place is very nice.
Gajaburu Hills are the next best thing to paradise, for rock climbers. The Gajaburu slopes are hard, rough and tough which will provide a welcome challenge to tourists looking for a spot of thrill and adventure while camping or picnic. There is also a nature camp organised here, which will show you how beautiful the surrounding areas of Gajaburu are.
Garpanchakot is located in the foothills of the Panchet Hills in Purulia, Garpanchkot is ruined fort that is lately turning out to be a popular tourist attraction in the area. Boasting of utter peace and tranquillity, Garpanchkot reverberates with scenic beauty in the backdrop of the mighty hills. Other than the fort, there is also a temple at the top of the hill that is another major tourist attraction. Khairabera Eco Adventure Club, This is a beautiful place where you will get Hills, Lake and Forest. Sport Activities are also there.
Panchakot Raj Fort Palace
Panchakot Raj Fort Palace Garh Panchkot is a ruined fort located in the eastern part of India at the foothills of Panchet Hill in the district of Purulia, West Bengal. The ruins of the Panchkot Palace are a silent testimony to the Bargi attack during the 18th century.
Ramkrishna Temple, is a place for meditation and spirituality. Impeccably maintained and peaceful like all the Ramakrishna Mission temples around the country and the world this place.
It is located in the north of Begunkodar within Jhalda Block and is about 55 kms from Purulia town. The dam is on the tributary of Kangsabati river. This is a very good picnic spot. The natural beauty of Ajodhya hill is visible from this point.
Saheb Bandh is situated in middle of the town. It’s a great place to relax. Good place for photography also. Wonderful view at evening time. The lake has a good view and is maintained well. It also has a garden for visitors.
Joychandi Pahar is a hill which is a popular tourist attraction of West Bengal in Purulia district. The hill is situated 2 kilometres south from Purulia – Barakar road. Joychandi hill is a popular tourist centre and major attraction for rock climbing. The other rock climbing centre nearby is at Susunia Pahar.
Cheliama, A big village on Ahalyabai Road in Raghunathpur II block and the headquarters of that block. The village contains the temple most richly decorated with terracottas in Purulia district and one of the few surviving from the 17th century in West Bengal.
If the red hills and the rustic charm of Purulia have always attracted your adventurous soul, then give it a soothing break at the Marble Lake of Ayodhya. Locals call it Blue Dam or Patal Dam because of the blue waters of the Lake. A slice of Mediterranean charm in our very own Bengal.
Deulghat, a place near Boram in Arsha PS. It has the ruins of 15 temples near the Kansai River. The stucco decoration is the notable architecture made on the temple. The entrances of those temples are entangled with the branches of trees, casting an eerie. However these temples are the representations of the age, when they were built. The excellent skills are evident in the wreckage of the temples and idols reflect strong evidences of SEN & PAL empires.
Bamni Falls The scene indicates the unblemished purity of nature when not ravaged by human habitation. It represents the vitality, spirit and enjoyment of nature. The air is damp and moist. The smell is of spruce trees which surround the waterfall and stream and of the soggy, wet air. The sound of flowing water is all that can be heard. The water, making its way around, over and through the rocks, makes a beautiful noise. It is 52 Km from Purulia district town via Sirkabad.
Turga Falls It’s a cascading water fall. Its water is the very clear. One can see through it as if it were a piece of glass. The water slid down smoothly as it fell, having no problems with the giant drop. The sleek sapphire descent was simply staggering to observe. Each drop of water fell with its own clarity, making a vast splash upon the level surface below. It is 57 Km from Purulia district town via Sirkabad.
Sita Kunda is located in Bagandi village under Ajodhya Gram Panchyat at Baghmundi Block of Purulia district of West Bengal. It’s a beautiful place surrounded by small water bodies with lotus floating on them. The mesmeric medium dense natural forest with peaceful surrounding makes it a perfect tourist destination that gives a rustic ambience and for whole hearted prayer. According to Hindu mythology, Rama and Sita had come to Ayodhya Hills and stayed during their exile. Sita was thirsty and Ram pierced an arrow through the Earth's soil crust and through that pristine fresh water springs and streams gushed out. Sita quenched her thirst. The place is known as Sita-kunda. It is 47 Km from Purulia district town via Sirkabad.