Tourist Place of Bardhaman District, Part-3 ,Sightseeing in Bardhaman.

Tourist Place of Bardhaman District, Part-3 ,Sightseeing in Bardhaman.

Golap Bag

Set up by Ruler Bijoy Chand Mahatab, in 1884, Golapbag is an ideal spot to unwind in a mitigating feeling. Truly meaning the ‘Nursery of Rose’, the spot is an enchanting site loaded up with wonderful and beautiful roses. The spot likewise has wonderful water tanks. A natural and zoological nursery, it is home to 128 kinds of trees, including Mango, Casuarina, Eucalyptus, Jaam, and Shimul. Golapbag is a stunning incredible sight in the spring season.

Description: Golap Bag

Burdwan Science Centre

Description: Burdwan Science Centre

Arranged at Golapbag Street, close Burdwan College, the science community is one of the well-known vacation destinations in Burdwan. The complex has a historical center and a recreation center, which offers knowledge into the collective of animals and the earth on the loose. The middle is a decent home base zone and perfectly joins amusement with information. The Science Focus of Burdwan gives a great deal of data on science. The round of moving inflatables, balls, the enchantment of science, the mystery behind flying items and others are shown here. What’s more, conversation meetings and PC preparing are likewise sorted out. The Science Place is a result of the joint exertion by the Focal Government, Legislature of West Bengal and the College of Burdwan.

Meghnad Saha Planetarium

The Meghnad Saha Planetarium was developed by the acclaimed Japanese Goto, an optical assembling organization. It was based on 5.1 sections of land offered by Burdwan College and with the assistance of the Administration of India and Japan just as average citizens. The planetarium shows appear on the upset of the earth, the close planetary system, and others in the programmed presentation.

Description: Meghnad Saha Planetarium

Siddheswari Temple

In the year 688 A.D, Siddheswari Kali Mandir was established by Rishi Ambush. The first time the Goddess was worshipped through the ritual of earthen-pot (ghot). The short sticks to a stone winnowing tray. This auspicious image is made of a single Neem log. This image represents Bamakali Idol. The Goddess is worshipped during the new moon in the month of Kartik.

Description: Siddheswari Temple

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