Baranti is a small picturesque hamlet surrounded by hillocks,forests and a beautiful lake under Santuri Police station in Purulia District.It is adjacent to Asansol and is the home for local tribal people with rich heritage.To enjoy peace & wonderful scenic beauty with full privacy,Baranti is the ultimate option you should look for.Baranti Hill is located in between Panchet & Biharinath Hill.The village is located just there on the lap of the Hill.The place also has a big and a vast Baranti Lake,you will be delighted to walk on the reddish roadside beside the lake,the lake shows its pure divine beauty during the full moon & is definitely an out of this world experience.The USP of this place i the calm,peaceful & scenic nature.For winter tourists,an additional award is migratory birds.Even if you are looking for wildlife experience,you may also find deers,wild boars,wolves & so many other wild creatures.So,if you are looking for a peaceful and an attractive atmosphere and want to stay far away from the busy,crowded & loud city,Baranti is surely the place you are looking for.
Biharinath is the tallest hill of Bankura District,in the Indian state of westbengal,and one of the dense forest areas of the district,it is a part of the famous Eastern Ghats(1,480 ft) high.The prime attraction of Biharinath is the lush nature all around and Biharinath hill.
Garhpanchkot name evolved from the gar or garh (fort) of the king of Kashipur, who constructed a garh and a temple in this hill. The hight of the Panchkot hill (also called Panchet hill) is around 2000 feet. The Panchet hill is dotted with tropical trees and looks lash green in rainy season. Below the hill flows the Damodar River. Natural splendor of woods and hills with fresh air makes the place an ideal weekend destination. Walk along the forest of Sal (Shorea robusta), Tamal, Sonajhuri (Acacia auriculiformis), Palas(Butea monosperma) – the aroma of the flowers and leaves will refresh you. Due to tropical weather summer and winter can be felt distinctly in this place. The region had a rich culture and religious past. The kings of Panchakot family, who are still surviving had ruled this region uninterrupted from 940-1750 century under the name Garh Panchkot had to shift their fort to Kashipur due to Mughal attacks.
There are scattered ruins of many teracotta style temples around Garpanchkot. The famous is the Panchratna Temple ruins.
Panchkot / Panchet dam is a must see place. You can walk along the concrete road and enjoy the moist cool breeze coming from the Damodar River basin. There is a facility of boat ride in Panchet dam.
Joychandi Pahar is a hill which is a popular tourist attraction in the Indian state of West Bngal. It is three kilometres from the subdivisional town of Raghunathpur, Purulia District. It is on the Purulia – Barakar road, is a popular tourist centre and major attraction for rock climbing.It is also a place where Hirak Rajar Deshe was shot.