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Saturday, 9 March 2013

Beach Tourism

Digha is a popular long and hard beach resort in the Indian State of West Bengal. The beach is girdled with casuarinas plantations along the coast enhancing the beauty of the shore. The sea is calm but, shallow for about a mile from the beach. more

Some of the interesting places in and around Digha:

Chandaneshwar is in the Balasore district of Orissa. It is famous for an old Shiva temple. A huge annual fair in the Pana Sankranti, the first day of the Oriya calendar, is celebrated on the premises. A large number of pilgrimages from all over the country visit the temple during this period. more

Junput is an unexplored beach in Bankiput of Contai, bordered by a dense forest of Casuarina trees with millions of red crabs popping their heads from their burrows. Brackish Water Fish Cultivation and Research are done here by the State Government Fisheries Department. Some of the interesting places at Bankiput are the fully operational Lighthouse nearby Dariapur and, the temple of Kapalkundala (as mentioned in Bankim Chandra’s novel).

Mandarmani is a seaside resort village, lies in East Midnapore district and at the northern-end of the Bay of Bengal. It has a small fishing harbor. more

Shankarpur is a regular fishing harbor. The reflection of the Sun Raise on the sea waves in the east, and the local fishing boats on the coast offer excellent photographic opportunities. more

Tajpur, located in East Midnapore, is one of the recently discovered beach destinations of West Bengal. It is fringed with a dense forest of Tamarisk trees. The beach is infested with infinite number of red crabs whose presence makes the beach look crimson. more