Local Sightseeing of Mukutmanipur Kangsabati Dam Kangsabati dam was built along 11 km to grant irrigation Read More » Pareshnath Temple Pareshnath Shiv Mandir is an open temple of Mahadev as Read More » Musafirana Viewpoint Vast stretch of water at one side, lush green valley Read More » Bonpukuria Deer Park Bankupuria deer park is situated in the middle of the Read More » Other Places of Interest Wonderful Sunrise & Sunset PointsThe view of Mukutmanipur in the evening when its close.. Ambikanagar TempleAmbikanagar Temple , situated in Ambikanagar village is the.. Sutan ForestBesides Sutan is another beautiful village with shades of sal, piyal, mahua.. Jhilimili 12 Mile ForestJhilimili forest is a very famous destination for nature lovers. Talberia LakeTalberia lake near Mukutmanipur is surrounded by greenery all over.. Added Attractions Mukutmanipur MelaWinter comes here wrapping the freshness of festivities. Chilly January welcomes ‘Mukutmanipur Loksanskriti Mela’ with great joy. Bardi Pahar & Sobuj DwipBardi Pahar and Sobuj Dwip are two islands on the bank of Kangsabati River. On the one side bardi pahar is situated with a small hillock and a terrain area. Bishnupur - The temple cityBishnupur, the temple town in the Bankura district of West Bengal is welcoming you with its lavish heritage, proud culture, brilliant architecture and tales of terracotta. Nearby Attractions Susunia Hill Susunia Hill is located in Chatna subdivision of Bankura district of West Bengal. The lash green hill is famous for rich flora, fauna and medicinal plants. Biharinath Hill Biharinath Hill resides at a distance of 57 km from Bankura district and 24 km from Raniganj. It is considered that the hill is a witness of old Jain culture. Ajodhya Hill Ajodhya Hills, is a small plateau with hilly surroundings located in the Purulia district of the state West Bengal, India. Gurrasini Hill Stone has always been in short supply in the vast flood plains of Bengal. Hence the architects had to restore to other substitute.