ARA TO DEULI NATURE TRAIL

-Ajodhya pahar is prominent place for organizing Durbars by Tribal chieftains for settling social problems. On Buddhapurnima every year, huge number oftribalpeople from Bihar, Orissa, West Bengal and Jharkhand gather in this place to engage in traditional hunting ritual locally known as Baisakh Kunami. However, in the recent times it has been largely brought undercontrol due to collective efforts of the Forest department.

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AYODHYA TO CHANDRI PAHAR NATURE TRAIL

The Ajodhya hills are a geo-physical extension of Eastern Ghat Ranges (Dalma Hills). The undulating landscape with enormous gullies and rolling slopes of hillocks is rich in biodiversity and vibrant with traditional culture and colourful festivals of tribal people. The river Bamni and the seasonal rivulet Bala traverse the landscape

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BERSA TO KALIJHARNA NATURE TRAIL

Ajodhya Hill is a geo-physical extension of the Eastern Ghat Ranges (Dalma Hills) and the westernmost part of West Bengal in the district of Purulia. The unique undulating landscape with enormous gullies and rolling slopes of hillocks is the most attractive feature of this trail. The area is rich with biodiversity, traditional cultures, and different festivals of the tribal people. The river Bamni and seasonal rivulet Bala traverse the region

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GARH PANCHAKOT NATURE TRAIL

Garh Panchakot or the Panchet Hills, situated in north-east corner of Purulia District of West Bengal, is bordered by the Damodar River and its tributaries. The hill gets its name from its five peaks and the ruins of Panchkot Raj dynasty that lie at its feet. Situated at 650 m above msl the lush green hill stands amidst a lateritic landscape where temperatures range from 7˚C in winter to 40˚C in summer

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JALDHARA TO SUSHUNIA NATURE TRAIL

Susunia is a small village at the foot of Susunia hill located in Bankura district in the eastern part of the Chotanagpur plateau. The 440 meters high hill, predating the Himalayas, is a curious collection of boulders of myriad sizes and large stones called ‘Poppins Peak’. It is located around 30km from Bankura

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BIHARINATH NATURE TRAIL

Biharinath is the tallest hill in Bankura district with some of the dense forests in the District. It forms the extended part of Gondwana land. With an altitude of 451 mts it is located 60km north-west of Bankura town. The region is rich in flora and fauna. The site also has boating facility at a lake near Biharinath temple

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JOYPUR TO LAL BANDH NATURE TRAIL

Joypur forest, consisting predominantly of sal along with pial, mahua, bahera, kend, simul, segun and palas species is a part of the eastern Chotonagpur Plateau. The villages dotting the fringes of the forest offer a captivating glimpse of a rural culture enriched by sacred groves and village deities

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