Tourist Place


Buxa Tiger Reserve

Buxa Tiger Reserve is home to tigers, elephants, bisons, sambar, barking, hog and cheetal deer, wild boars, wild buffaloes and leopards. Go for the open-jeep safaris organised by the Forest Department, which go to a watchtower 12 km inside the park. The best thing about Buxa is the treks that take you through the forest to hilltops, fort ruins, rivers and caves: Buxa Fort (18 km), Jayanti ...read more

Baneswar Shiva Temple

Baneswar is a small town in Cooch Behar district of West Bengal, India.

Baneswar is known for its Shiva temple, and for its tortoises (locally known as 'mohan') which live in 'shiv pukur' near the temple.The word 'Baneswar' came from Ban+eeswar. Ban was a 'king of Asura'. He carried out 'Shiva linga', and wished to bring eeswar (Lord Shiva) to 'Patal', but he failed. The 'Shiva linga...read more

MADAN MOHAN TEMPLE

Madan Mohan Temple is situated in the heart of the Cooch Behar town. Constructed by Maharaja Nripendra Narayan during 1885 to 1889. The deities include Lord “ Madan Mohan “, Ma Kali”, Ma Tara” and “Ma Bhavani”. On the occasion of Rath Puja the traditional Rath Yatra Festival along with Rath Mela is held in Cooch Behar which is among the biggest festivals of North Bengal.

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Cooch Behar Palace

Cooch Behar Palace, also called the Victor Jubilee Palace, is a landmark in Cooch Behar city, West Bengal. It was modeled after the Buckingham Palace in London in 1887, during the reign of Maharaja Nripendra Narayan.The Cooch Behar Palace, noted for its elegance and grandeur, is a property of The Mantri's. It is a brick-built double-story structure in the classical Western style covering an are...read more