There is a little touch of Sikkim in Bengal – Ayodhya hills of Purulia

There is a little touch of Sikkim in Bengal – Ayodhya hills of Purulia

Ayodhya hills are surrounded by shawls, piles, manual. Apurba her beauty. It is located in the Purulia district of West Bengal. A small plateau surrounded by mountains. The Ayodhya hills are on the east side of the Chhotanagpur Plateau. This hill is very beautiful. The maximum height is 612 meters. Nature seems to have adorned this Ayodhya. How beautiful our Purulia district of West Bengal is cannot be understood without seeing these Ayodhya hills. This beauty of being a Bengali is like enjoying us once and for all. In the winter season, we can visit for two days at the end of the week. Let’s start the journey for the purpose of Ayodhya.

Ajodhya

After turning a few turns while climbing the Ayodhya hills, Loharia Dam comes down. Lower dam on the left after rising a few meters. Bluewater in the middle of the mountains is surrounded by green forests. Heavy beautiful. Two dams of PPSP (Purulia Pump Storage Project – PPSP) on the hill. Lower and upper dams.

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The top of the Ayodhya hills is completely flat land. I can’t understand I’m at the top of the hill. There are about 50 tribal villages on the hill. There is a forest of shawls and piyals, but it is also important that various crops are cultivated on the hills. There is the yield of paddy and there is also the cultivation of raw grains. The cultivation of arahat pulses is quite prevalent in the hills. Indigenous designed houses, Nakano mud courtyards; This Ayodhya hill is very beautiful, very beautiful. I don’t know how many more times it will be called beautiful.

Some of the major attractions of Ayodhya include Bamni Falls, Marble Lake, Ayodhya Hill Top, Peacock Hill, Turga Falls, Pakhi Hill, Upper Dam, Lower Dam, Murguma Lake.

Dwarf Falls
If you want to see it, you have to go down about 200-250 feet (500-550 stairs) from the plane. Stone steps after descending a slightly paved staircase. The path down is surrounded by dense green forest on both sides. After crossing the stone steps and descending quite a bit, you can see the magnificent view of the fountain. It is a little difficult to get up and down the stone steps but this beauty of Bamni Falls will alleviate all the troubles. A small lake has been created from this waterfall.
Let’s turn around

Murguia Dam.
I don’t know if I can explain its natural beauty through my writing. Surrounded by hills, this Murguma Dam is built on a tributary of the Kangsavati River. This Murguma Dam and Lake is under the ‘Saharajor Irrigation Scheme’. Surrounded by mountains in the gentle afternoon sun, this lake became magical. What a wonder! At sunset, the sky was red and the water in Murgumara was a red reflection of the mountains. What a wonderful decoration. Morgana in the morning is very enchanting. Calm, gentle sunshine, green hills all around, and birds chirping in the lake water. I think how much peace, heaven has descended on the earth.

Khairbera
The dam is a beautiful dam of calm, secluded, clear water in the lap of Ayodhya hills. On either side of the dam are two green hills and in its lap is the Khayrabera Eco-Adventure Camp. There is kayaking in the lake. From here, there is a fishing waterfall within walking distance along the forest path.
Peacock hill is about one kilometer from the hilltop of Ayodhya. A little uphill and downhill can be broken in the peacock hill. The view around this hill is very beautiful.

Peacock Hill
Marble Lake can be reached by leaving the Upper Dam on the left side of the road to Baghmundi. This is a stone quarry. High rocky hillsides all around, clear crystal clear water in the middle of the lake, this view is very beautiful. Sunset and sunrise in the rocky Tiller’s lap and its crimson reflection in the lake water. Heavy scenic view.

Let’s get out

Bird hills
Whose real name was ‘Muraburu’. There is a history behind the name of bird hill. It can be said that rocky canvas is in the bosom of nature. If you know its history, Pakhi Pahar will definitely attract Bengalis. For the past few years, the artist has been carving birds of different shapes on the rock in the heart of Chitta De hill. Artist Chitta Dey started working with government grants in 1998. He started working in groups with the local indigenous people by training them. At the risk of his life, while hanging from the top of the hill, he is using enamel paint and a chisel hammer to carve the shape of the winged bird. The hills are surrounded by dense jungles and shawls, teak hilly red roads.

Tortuga Falls
You have to go down a little bit through the rough stone stairs through the forest. The road below is quite inaccessible. As you go down, the sound of the water of the fountain comes to your ears. Tortuga Falls is beautiful, with very clear water. This waterfall can be reached very close.
Burnt earthen temple on the banks of river Kangsavati – Name is the temple of Deulghata. The temple has a statue

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