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East India Travel Destinations

It’s all about the East India Tourism !

Looking like resplendent bride, India welcomes everyone at this time of the year with all the fervour and charm it has ever known..India is beautiful in all the seasons, but the most comfortable at this time of the year. The eastern part of the country consists of the states of Bihar, Jharkhand, West Bengal and Chattisgarh. These states are yet in the nascent stages of total urban development, yet the natural and rustic beauty is something to look forward to..

West Bengal as a state is rich in literature and arts. The capital of West Bengal is known as Kolkata. famous by the name of ‘City of Joy’, Kolkata has tourists’ delights galore. With many architectural delights like the Howrah bridge, Victoria memorial, Birla temple and many more. Park street is one of the most famous places. Apart from being a famous shopping destination, it is one of the most hang out for youngsters and adults alike. Indian classical music patrons have a special affection for this place as all the musical geniuses known have their abodes here.

The merto rail is a famous and convenient way of commuting. Known for its sweets, West Bengal not only has Kolkata but also other places based in the outskirts of the city. ‘Chau’ is a very famous form of dance which can be found in a place called Purulia. It’s a small town that also has a big crafts markets. The Indian Institute of Technology is in Kharagpur that is known to have the longest platform in the whole of Asia.

We now move to Bihar. Bihar is one of the lesser explored states of India. Rich in minerals and other raw materials, Bihar is a major industial hub. Its capital, Patna, is located on the southern bank of Ganga. It has one of the longest bridges of the world called as mahatma gandhi Setu. Earlier known as Patliputra, it has a lot of historical remnants. Patna museum is a must visit. The famous place called Nalanda is only at a short distance from Patna.

Jharkhand was a state within Bihar but was divided later. It is enshrined amidst beautiful and wide landscape consisting of lush green fields and hills. A photographer delight, Jharkhand is as rustic as it can get. The capital of this state is Ranchi. One of the famous temples of ranchi is Chinnamasta temple where the deity, Goddess kali, is without her head. There are sacrifices made here. It could be a little gory but definitely worth a visit.

Ranchi is also known to have pleasant weather throughout the year. Netarhat is a famous hill station. Famous tourist places are barhi, Dhanbad, Deogarh and Mahuban. Tatanagar, the first industrial city of India is one of the cleanest places in the world. Known for an extremely secular cosmopolitan crowd, tatanagar is a must visit for the sheer greenery that the town has.

Chattisgarh is a state that is mostly covered by Jungles and forests. This place is known to be rich in minerals and the basic source of income here are the art facts that sell in large number. So the entire eastern part of the country will acquaint you with the essential charm of trip to India.. Rustic, traditional and shy, yet economically independent. But then east or west, India is the best!

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