Chandraketugarh

Chandraketugarh

Blogger:- Shreya Dutta

 When the tales of the past fascinate you to the extreme, when the nightmares of yours gradually give you an insight into a life that seems so familiar and yet does not exist, when the past beckons you to relish in your nonfound existence, Chandraketugarh gives you the opportunity to explore its discovered ruins.



Visitor Information:

Famous for: History, Archeology

Entry Fee: No entry fee is required.

Visiting Time: 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. (Daily)

Visiting Duration: 1 Day



Best time to visit: If you don’t want to get roasted, the winters would be the perfect time to visit.

How to Reach: Located 35 km from Kolkata, you can reach Chandraketugarh easily by hiring a cab from the prime locations of Kolkata.



Things to Do There:

  • Relish in the architectural ruins of the past that tell a tale of their own.
  • Learn about the exotic art and culture of ancient India while taking a keen observation towards the well-preserved terracotta, wooden structures, and precious artifacts made of gold, silver and ivory, and, above all, the peaceful ambiance.
  • Enjoy a tour of the museum.





Nearby Attractions:

  • Dakshieswar Temple
  • Adyapith Temple
  • Bally Bridge

Thus, Chandraketugarh, the Mohenjodaro of Bengal, is a must visit for a historic elegance.

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