Tourist Places in West bengal – Kolkata

|$ Kolkata Kolkata developed as the biggest colonial trade center in Asia during the British Raj and thus it earned the epithet ‘Jewel of the East.’ The erstwhile capital of British India boasts magnificent Victorian buildings, ornamental pools, intricate stone-paved footpaths, figured lamp posts, and sweeping esplanades, although much of …

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Places to visit in WEST BENGAL

WEST BENGAL Capital: Kolkata. Area: 88,752 sq. km. Population: 8,01,76,197 (Male: 4,14,65,985 Female: 3,87,10,212). Population density: 904 per sq. km. Sex ratio: 934 females per 1000 males. Principal languages: Bengali, Hindi, Urdu. Literacy: 68.6% (Male: 77.0% Female: 59.6%). Districts: 17. Lok Sabha seats: 42. State Assembly seats: 294. Airports: Kolkata …

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Places to visit in CHHATTISGARH

CHHATTISGARH Capital: Raipur. Area: 1,35,191 sq. km. Population: 2,08,33,803 (Male: 1,04,74,218 Female: 1,03,59,585). Population density: 154 per sq. km. Sex ratio: 989 females per 1000 males. Principal language: Hindi. Literacy: 64.7% (Male: 77.4% Female: 51.9%). Districts: 16. LokSabha seats: 11. State Assembly seats: 90. Airports: Raipur, Bilaspur. Tourist season: Septemberto …

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Places to visit in Ranchi

  Ranchi: This picturesque hill station is also the capital of Jharkhand. It was once the summer capital of Bihar during the British rule and is still full of old world colonial charm. It is of special interest to anthropologists as the Tribal Research Institute and museum is located here. …

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Places to visit in JHARKHAND

Introduction Jharkhand is situated on the Chotanagpur Plateau and is one of the three new states created in India in 2000. The state is known for its diverse wildlife, ebullient waterfalls, flora, fauna and amazing national parks. Jharkhand is an extremely mineral-rich state that has the potential to become the …

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