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About Asansol

Asansol

The “Engine of Bengal”, Asansol is the second largest city of West Bengal. The city derives its name from two different words - Asan (signifies a type of tree that is found near the River Damodar) and Sol (signifies a land rich in minerals). Asansol has emerged as the 42nd Indian city in the list of 100 fastest growing cities in the world. Home to industrial commerce and trade, Asansol is noted for its parks, picnic spots, dams and religious sites besides its heavy duty power and steel plants.

Places to Stay
There are good budget hotels in Asansol. Some of them are Hotel Parbati International (Tariff – Rs. 800 onwards), Ispat International Hotel (Tariff – Rs. 700 onwards), and Hotel Regal International (Tariff – Rs. 600 onwards).

Language
The official language of Asansol is Bengali. The other languages spoken here are Hindi, English and Urdu.

Events
The important event of Asansol is Charak Puja held in April.

Places of Interest
There are several places of tourist attraction in Asansol. Some of the places include Churulia (17 km), Kalyaneshwari Temple (20 km), Panchet Dam (28.5 km).

How to Get There

Air:
The closest airport to this place is the Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport at Dum Dum which is approximately 208 km away.

Rail:
The nearest Railway Station is at Asansol Junction which is about 950 km away.

Bus:
Travellers will find bus services connecting Asansol to cities such as Kolkata, Bhubaneswar, Siliguri, Patna and Ranchi to name a few. Some of the bus operators offering good services include Prithvi Tours & Travels, Jai Dada Travels, Purnima Paribahan. Bus ticket booking has become very convenient with online bus reservation facility



About Burdwan

Burdwan

Burdwan, also known as Bardhaman, is a city in the East Indian state of West Bengal. It is a part of the district with the same name. The city was made a district capital during the British Raj, during which the city’s name became Burdwan which continues to this day. There are several places to visit in and around Burdwan.

Places to Stay
There are a couple of good budget hotels in the city. Some of the options which are worth a try are Maithan Tourist Lodge (Tariff – Rs. 600), Hotel Sarada (Tariff – Rs. 500), Shardhanjali Hotel (Tariff – Rs. 500), Parbati International Hotel (Tariff – Rs. 900) and others.

Language
The official language of the area is Bengali. Hindi is also widely spoken and understood.

Events
The important festivals celebrated are Holi in March, Durga Puja in September-October and Diwali/Kali Puja in November.

Places of Interest
Bardhaman will not disappoint you as a tourist. Some of the places which are worth visiting are Maharaja Golapbag’s mansions and gardens, Sarvamangala’s shrine (supposed to contain Sita’s body), Ramana Baga and Sher Afghan’s tomb.

How to Get There

Air:
The nearest major airport is the Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport (NSCBIA) at a distance of 103 km.

Rail:
The city, being a major urban hub in the region has a big railway station of its own, which is called the Burdwan Railway Station, located at a distance of 3 km from the city centre.

Bus:
Mostly state transport buses cater to the needs of passengers in the region. Smaller private operators are also active. Grab any bus ticket online offer when you book your tickets. 




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