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Home Tour Packages Mandir-Moy Pathra- The Temple Town

Mandir-Moy Pathra- The Temple Town

Duration : 1 Nights / 2 Days

Destination Covered : Paschim Medinipur

5999 Per Person

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* Mentioned prices may vary depending upon date of travel, hotel availability, surge pricing and seasonal rush.

Paschim Medinipur Tour Overview

Paschim Medinipur district or West Midnapore district is among one of the biggest districts of West Bengal. It was formed on January 1, 2002 after the Partition of Midnapore into Paschim Medinipur and Purba Medinipur. Medinipur district is much enriched in its archaeology. Pre-historic features of this region can be proved from its Stone Age evidences, which are collected from the river-beds of Subarnarekha, Kansavati and Tarapheni. Apart from rich history and architecture it is also famous for traditional Indian art which is recognized by UNESCO as an Intangible Cultural Heritage name "Pattachitra".

Pathra: On the bank of the river Kangsabati, is a village of temples. There are 34 temples in the village, all over 200 years old.this nondescript hamlet is a treasure trove for those who like to travel back in time.The history of Pathra goes back to the Gupta age, when the place was the hinterland of Tamralipta port, a gateway to southeast Asia. From 8th Century to 12th Century, it was an important hub for Hindus, Jains and Buddhists. A majestic Vishnu Lokeshwar statue dug out in the village in October 1961 revealed both Hindu and Buddhist influences, indicating that practitioners of both religions frequented Pathra..
The turning point in the history of the village came in 1732, when Nawab Alivardi Khan appointed Bidyananda Ghoshal as the revenue collector of Ratnachawk pargana. Bidyananda established temple after temple in the village, making it a major draw for Hindu pilgrims. The nawab, however, was not too pleased with Bidyananda’s work. He was thrown into prison and then sentenced to death. Legend has it that the elephant that was to crush Bidyananda’s head refused to do so. The village reportedly gets its name from the incident.

Paschim Medinipur Tour Itinerary


Upon arrival meet and greet at railway station and transfer to Shiromoni garh.
Rani Shiromani Garh set in an enchanting expanse of a beautiful lake and surrounding farms, Rani Shiromani Garh offers a Panaromic view of refurbished ruins of ancient temples. Located strategically, near the Karnagarh temples, the eco-friendly resort provides a comfortable night stay in natural surroundings with activities like fishing, bird watching or just witnessing the sunset lying on the deck chairs by the lake side. It certainly is an oasis of luxury amid unending farm stay. Upon arrival check in at resort or hotel. After fresh up proceed for sightseeing visit Temple village Pathra, Karnagarh temple, Pattachitra haat.

Pathra: On the bank of the river Kangsabati, is a village of temples. There are 34 temples in the village, all over 200 years old.this nondescript hamlet is a treasure trove for those who like to travel back in time.The history of Pathra goes back to the Gupta age, when the place was the hinterland of Tamralipta port, a gateway to southeast Asia. From 8th Century to 12th Century, it was an important hub for Hindus, Jains and Buddhists. A majestic Vishnu Lokeshwar statue dug out in the village in October 1961 revealed both Hindu and Buddhist influences, indicating that practitioners of both religions frequented Pathra..
The turning point in the history of the village came in 1732, when Nawab Alivardi Khan appointed Bidyananda Ghoshal as the revenue collector of Ratnachawk pargana. Bidyananda established temple after temple in the village, making it a major draw for Hindu pilgrims. The nawab, however, was not too pleased with Bidyananda’s work. He was thrown into prison and then sentenced to death. Legend has it that the elephant that was to crush Bidyananda’s head refused to do so. The village reportedly gets its name from the incident.

Pattachitra Haat: The village Naya in Pingla is home to around 250 Patuas, a unique community of folk artists who are painters, lyricists, singers and performers-all in one. The tourists can interact with the artists, visit their painted houses where artists make those Patas and learn about how they make colours from the locally available plants and flowers. One can also collect some scrolls or other products as souvenirs. The tourists can visit the folk Art Centre that exhibit different types of scrolls and provide workshop space for them who want to try their hand in painting their own scroll.
In the evening
Overnight stay at hotel/ resort.
After breakfast check out from your hotel or resort, and transfer to Kharagpur. Upon arrival at Kharagpur dropping at Railway station. Proceed for your onward journey.

Inclusions

  • MAP (Room + Breakfast + Lunch/Dinner)
  • Pickup and drop from Kharagpur/ Midnapur railway station.
  • All sightseeing and transfer as per mentioned
  • 1 Breakfast and 1 Dinner.
  • Accommodation in double occupancy room in hotel or resort.

Exclusions

  • Entry fees
  • Tips
  • Personal expenses
  • 5% GST

Payments Terms

  • * 50% Advance Percentage of total booking amount
  • * Airfare/Transport fare to be paid full at one time in advance.

Price & Rates

No of pax Age Limit Price per pax (Rs)
Adult Above 10 years INR 5999 / Adult

Cancellation & Refund Policy

  • * Upon cancellation, refund will be made after deducting the Retention Amount.
  • * Retention Amount varies as per the number of days left before your package start date.
  • * Refund will be made within 15 working days from the date of receipt of the cancellation.

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