Top and Best Nalanda University in India

Nalanda University was established during the 5th century A.D. The university is considered the first residential university ever in the world. The university stands proof for the prominent role played by India in imparting knowledge. The university had 2000 teachers who taught over 10000 students from all parts of the world. The uniqueness of the place could be gauged by the fact that Buddha himself was a teacher here and Hieun-Tsang, Chinese traveler and a great scholar, was a student of this university. Red rocks were used in the construction, which is built in Kushana style of architecture. The remains excavated from the university ruins include stupas, ornamented panels, lecture halls and stairway.

Nalanda University

Nalanda University

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Kulik Forest Big and Famous Tourist Spots in Uttar Dinajpur

Raiganj Wildlife Sanctuary (Bengali: রায়গঞ্জ বন্যপ্রাণী অভয়ারণ্য Raegônj Bonnoprani Ôbhôearonno) (also popularly known as Kulik Bird Sanctuary) is situated near Raiganj in Uttar Dinajpur district in the Indian state of West Bengal. The bird sanctuary is home to 164 species of birds, and some 70,000 to 80,000 migratory birds visit the sanctuary every year.

Kulik Forest


It is located 4 km (2.5 mi) north from the centre of Raiganj town, the district headquarters. NH 34 runs beside the sanctuary. Raiganj is 425 km (264 mi) from Kolkata and 181 km (112 mi) from Siliguri.


The area in this district under Forest is 1483.75 Acre. The forest type is mainly Northern tropical Most Mixed Deciduous Forests. The distribution of forests is very erratic and mostly spread in small pockets. There are some pockets of natural forests of 282.11 acre and comprises of coppice sal except a small patch in Rajabhum mouza in Chopra block which appears to be of seed/seedlings origins


The development of the area began in 1970, as part of the social forestry programme of the Government of West Bengal. The department planted tree species like kadam, jarul, sisoo (Dalbergia sisoo) and eucalyptus which were classified as tropical dry deciduous forest. With the Asian openbill and other species of migratory birds flocking to the artificial forest during the hatching season, it was officially designated as the "Raiganj Wildlife Sanctuary" in the year 1985. It is popularly known as Kulik Bird Sanctuary because the river Kulik flows beside the sanctuary.

Other Tourist Spots in Uttar Dinajpur

  1. Sap nikla forest under Chopra block is 22 km from Islampur and tourists visit the lake and the forest for site seeing. Development of an Eco park is underway.
  2. Eco Tourism at Bijolia More is being developed. Here river Sudhani forms an island by dividing into 2 branches and joining again.
  3. Temple of Goddess Bhairabi at Bindole. Temple of Goddess Bhairabi at Bindole
  4. Mosque of Burhana fakirs. Mosque of Burhana fakirs
  5. Temple of Goddess Kali of Baira.
  6. Kunore-famous for terracotta pottery & Malgaon.
  7. Museum at Karnajora.
  8. Park at Karnajora.
  9. Banabithi Resort at Barui, Barduari.
  10. Farm-House at Samaspur, Hemtabad


Shuvo Noboborsh Pohela Boishakh | Bengali New Year Wallpaper

Pohela Boishakh (Bengali: পহেলা বৈশাখ, or Bengali New Year Bengali: বাংলা নববর্ষ, Bangla Nôbobôrsho), occurring on 14 April , is the first day of the Bengali calendar, celebrated in the Bangladesh and in the Indian state of West Bengal, by the Bengali people and also by minor Bengali communities in other Indian states, including Assam, Tripura, Jharkhand and Orrisa. It coincides with the New Year's days of numerous Southern Asian calendars like Tamil new year Puthandu. The traditional greeting for Bengali New Year is শুভ নববর্ষ "Shubhô Nôbobôrsho" which is literally "Happy New Year". Read more ....

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Bengali New Year Wallpaper

Bengali New Year Wallpaper

Bengali New Year Wallpaper

Bengali New Year Wallpaper

Bengali New Year Wallpaper

Bengali New Year Wallpaper

Most Historical Place Cooch Behar in Paschim Banga India

Cooch Behar, a district in Jalpaiguri, is situated in the north-eastern part of West Bengal. To its south and west lies the Indo-Bangladesh border. The land still has the rich influences of the Mughal era. It is not only famous for the ancient monuments but it is also known for huge water bodies. Here are some important destinations in Cooch Behar. 
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  • Cooch Behar Palace
  • Chilapara Forest Range
  • Rasik Bil
  • Madan Mohan Bari
  • Dangar Ayee Temple

Kalna Historical Place in West Bengal

Ambika Kalna or simply Kalna is a town, a municipality and headquarters of Kalna subdivision in Bardhaman District in the Indian state of West Bengal. It is situated on the western bank of the Bhāgirathi. The town is more popularly known as Ambika Kalna, named after a very popular deity, Goddess Kali, Maa Ambika. It has numerous historical monuments such as the Rajbari (the palace) and the 108 Shiva temples. The town of Kalna, is 60 kilometres (37 mi) from Bardhaman, the district headquarters.Read More...

Kalna Temple Complex

Kalna Temple Complex

Pratapeswar Temple

Pratapeswar Temple
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