Ahmedpuris a town in the Birbhum district of West Bengal and is located not very far from Jharkhand. The town has gained repute for its sugar mill and an end of the vintage narrow gauge railway. The town is well balanced along religious lines with a harmonious co-existence. Rice and fish curry is a delicacy of Bengal and is a definite must-try for visitors. Ahmedpur experiences a fairly hot summer with a long monsoon.
Places to Stay
The best place for staying while on a visit to Ahmedpur is Bardhaman, a city around 61 km away. Some of the best budget hotel options of Bardhaman are Maithan Tourist Lodge (Tariff – Rs. 600), Hotel Sarada (Tariff – Rs. 500), Shardhanjali Hotel (Tariff – Rs. 500) and Parbati International Hotel (Tariff – Rs. 900).
The official language of Ahmedpur is Bengali. Being in close proximity to Jharkhand, Hindi is also widely spoken and understood.
The main festivals of the region are Durga Puja, Diwali and the two Eid(s).
Places of Interest
The town does not have places of great tourist attraction. The nearby city of Bardhaman, however, has places worth visiting among which Sarvamangala shrine, Curzon Gate, Konkaleswari Kali Mandir and Sher Afghan’s Tomb should feature in a traveller’s list.
How to Get There
The closest major airport to Ahmedpur is the Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport in Kolkata at a distance of 211 km.
Rail connectivity is relatively fine in the town with the Ahmedpur Junction being well connected to other railway stations both in the state as well as outside the state.
Bus connectivity to major towns of West Bengal as well as those in Jharkhand are relatively fair with mostly state-run transport buses plying on the roads. Book your bus ticket online through Ticketgoose.com.
A city in Marathwada region in Maharashtra, Latur is known for its educational technique, which is famously called the Latur Pattern. The city is also well-known for its food-grain trade and oil mills. A tourist hub, Latur surrounded with many historical monuments, which includes the famous Kharosa Caves and the popular place of pilgrimage the Sri Satya Sai Baba Temple. The city is considered one of the best educational centres in the state and has a great number of educational institutions.
Places to Stay
There are many hotels in Latur. Tourists’ visiting the town can stay at Hotel Radhika, Hotel Manas, Aroma Hotel and Hotel Mayura Lodge that offer rooms from Rs.500 onwards.
Annual festivals like Diwali, Dussehra, Ramzan and Christmas are celebrated here.
Marathi is the Local Language here.
Places to Visit
The Siddheshwar & Ratneshwar Temple (2kms), Surat Shahvali Darga (2kms), Ganj Golai (1km) and Kharosa Caves (45kms) are places to visit in Latur.
How to Get There
Latur has its own airport
Latur has its own railway station
Latur bus stand runs regular bus services. Private bus operators like Vishwa Travels, Jai Mata Di Travels, Pushkraj Travels and Saini Travels run regular buses to and from the city. Book your tickets to anywhere in India through Ticketgoose.com’s online bus reservation service.