Tourist Map of Murshidabad

Murshidabad Tourist Map

Murshidabad Tourist Map

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** This map is not in scale. Can be used as a reference work only. For any suggestion please mail at basunil2001@gmail.com

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KOLKATA HOTELS :: Khorlo

A V HOTELS PVT LTD., ALIPORE GUEST HOUSE, ALLENBY INN, ASHOKA HOTEL, ASTORIA HOTEL, BEEU HOTELS, CAPITAL GUEST HOUSE, CHROME HOTEL, CIRCULAR HOTEL PVT LTD., DEE EMPRESA HOTEL, EXECUTIVE POINT, FAIRLAWN HOTEL PVT LTD., GREEN INN, HEERA HOLIDAY INN, HOTEL AIRLINES, HOTEL AKASH DEEP, HOTEL AKASH GANGA, HOTEL ASTON, HOTEL AVENUE CLUB, HOTEL BENGAL INN, HOTEL CAMAC PLAZA, HOTEL DOWN TOWN, HOTEL EXECUTIVE TOWER, HOTEL GULSHAN INTERNATIONAL, HOTEL HIMALAY, HOTEL HINDUSTHAN INTERNATIONAL, HOTEL HOMELY RAJ, HOTEL LINDSAY, HOTEL MAJESTIC, HOTEL MANGALAM, HOTEL MINERVA, HOTEL MOON GUEST HOUSE, HOTEL NARAYANI ENCLAVE, HOTEL ORIENTAL , HOTEL PARAMOUNT, HOTEL PARK INN, HOTEL PARK PLAZA, HOTEL PLAZA, HOTEL RAJASTHAN GUEST HOUSE, HOTEL ROYAL GARDEN, HOTEL RUSHABH HOME, HOTEL SWISSOTEL, HOTEL SHALIMAR, HOTEL SREE DURGA , HOTEL SWAGATH, HOTEL THE SOJOURN , HOTEL TRIMOORTI, HOTEL VENKATESWARA, HOTEL VICTRERRACE , HOTEL VICTRERRACE INTERNATIONAL, HOTEL VIP CONTINENTAL, HOTEL VIP INTERNATIONAL, HOTEL WALSON, HOTEL WEST END, HOUSEZ 43, HYATT REGENCY KOLKATA [5 STAR DELUXE], INDISMART HOTEL, ITC SONAR, KING CROWN, KINGSTON BOUTIQUE HOTEL, LANDMARK HOTEL, LYTTON HOTEL, MAYUR RESIDENCY, METROPOLE, MIDDLETON INN, PARK PALACE HOTEL, RATNAKAR INN, RITURAJ HOTEL, ROLAND HOTEL, SOUTHERN PLAZA, TAJ BENGAL, THE ASTOR, THE BIG BOSS, THE COMFORT INN, THE GOLDEN PARK, THE JAGANNATH, THE KENILWORTH, THE LOUDON, THE OBEROI GRAND, THE PARK, THE PEARL HOTEL, THE PEERLESS INN, THE SAMILTON, THE SENATOR HOTEL, THE SONNET, THE STADEL, VEDIC VILLAGE

Reservation:

Khorlo Tours & Travels (P) Ltd (Authorised by APTDC, WBTDC, MTDC, STDC  &  Benfish)

Sikkim Commerce House, 4/1 Middleton Street, Ground Floor, Kolkata 700071, West Bengal. Fax: +91 33 30533973 Tel: +91 33 30533974 – 75, Mobile Contact: +91 9831095234, +91 9432236824, +91 9830203973 Email: mailkhorlo@gmail.com Website: http://khorlo.com

Benfish – in – tourism :: Lodges

Orchid (Kalimpong), Himalayan (Darjeeling), Aranyak (Malbazar), Raktajaba Tourist Lodge (Tarapith), Sirajbag (Baharampur), Maharaja (Coochbihar), Kinara (Shankarpur), Tatini Tourist Lodge (Shankarpur), Minakshi (Digha), Taranga (Digha), Dheu (Puri), Ganga (Diamond Harbour), Mohana Nayachar (Haldia), Janhabi (Kakdwip), Sagari (Frasergunj)

Bengal :: History

The region has its beginning in the Vedic times and was known as Vanga. The Aryans settled here after the Vedic period and many principalities and kingdoms were formed. The dynasties of Palas, the Pundras, Guptas, Mauryas and the Sens ruled over the region before the Mughals took control. The strategic location led to trade with the South East Asian countries especially Cambodia, Thailand and Myanmar. Muslim influence was responsible for a rich culture and art. The ease of access brought the Portuguese, Dutch and French influence to its art and culture. The British successfully brought the modern education to Bengal and to this date, Calcutta has been considered the land of intelligentsia. No wonder that most of the Nobel Prizes for India have come from this State; Tagore, Bhabha, Mother Teresa and Amratya Sen.

The State has the alluvial plains known as the “dooars” in the South & the mountainous Himalaya in the North. The diversed geography of Bengal is always fascinating. The Darjeeling district is known as her scenic beauty & the tea. The dence forest region of Dooars is renowned by its collection of rich flora & fauna. The alluvial plains in the South are the basin of river Damodar, also known as the “Sorrow Of Bengal”. Other main rivers are Ganga & Hoogly. The coastal fringes of Midnapore have a curios mix of large shifting sand dunes & marshes. The district 24 pargana (South) has Sundarbans, the largest delta consists of swamps, quick sand & thick, impenetrable mangrove forest belt.