Shooting spot of Bengali cinema “Bisarjan”
The shooting of Bangla Cinema Bisarjan was done here.
Ray Chowdhury Palace
Ray Chowdhury Palace The first zamindar Krishna Das Raychowdhury (Guha) was a descendent of Birat Guha- one of the first five kayasthas who came to Bengal from Kanauj. The Nostalgic chandi mandap was one of the first to start the swaparivara Durga puja.
Jora shiv Mandir
Jora shiv Mandir The 300-year-old the Jora Shiv Mandir is not only a place of worship but also history etched into the land of Taki.
Taki Jamidar bari
Taki Jamidar bari A picturesque river retreat by the Ichhamati river, the Jamiidar Bari is a must visit spot when you come to Taki.
Boating on Ichamati
Boating on Ichamati This is a unique experience, the international border between India & Bangladesh lies in the middle of the river, you can see the boats dotting the flags of their respective countries and also see the country demarcations right in the middle of the river.
Chakla Dham, which is believed to be the birthplace of a popular Hindu yogi in the 18th century of Bengal called Baba Lokenath, is considered to be one of the most popularly visited religious places in West Bengal.
Chandraketugarh is an archaeological site located beside the Bidyadhari river, about 35 kilometres north-east of Kolkata, India, in the district of North 24 parganas, near the township of Berachampa and the Harua Road railhead
It is a small island in the middle of Ichchamati River from where you can have a spectacular view of the setting sun over the river.
As the name suggests, the Golpatar jungle is filled with the Golpatar trees. The famous Sundari trees after which the Sunderban is named can also be found here in abundance and may be it is for this reason that the Golpatar jungle is regarded as the gateway to Sunderban.
The Bengali epic-cuisine is HILSA and what better source can you find! Experience true Bengali food experience while in Taki