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When the world is stagnant, when the oxygen level in the air doubles or triples, people are still stockpiling oxygen cylinders at home, when there is a sense of disbelief among childhood friends, when thousands of people involved in travel and hotel business are lost in the uncertain future, when travel is thirsty.  Exhausted, they showed the way.  They are a group of forty-six female friends.  They are all friends through Facebook.  This is the first time they met on the platform of Sealdah station.  They are all associated with different livelihoods.  Some work, some do drama and some are housewives or brides.  But they all have a great deal in common.  That is, they are all travel-thirsty, nature-loving and open-minded friends.

 Last week their journey was to Suntalikhola in North Bengal.  The day before yesterday they returned to Calcutta.  They reached Siliguri the next day on the night infantry express from Sealdah.  From there we reached a unique beautiful world in a two hour journey.  He is not afraid of any hunter in the world, there is no pain to cover his face because the name of the place is Jaldhaka.  They pitched a tent in a private hotel in Nagarakata.  Then for three days just walk under the blue sky, run and want to touch the indescribable beauty and joy of nature that can touch people to get rid of all the exhaustion of life.  Bathing in the water of the fountain, sitting on a big stone throne, soaking 8 pairs of feet in the mountain river, the story of six red and blue umbrellas in the pouring rain, lost in the nature, in the lap of the mountain river of Laliguras.  A feast at the hotel with fresh fish broth from the hilly river, tasting chicken momos with smoked tea at Samsung's aunt's shop in the afternoon and sitting under a milky shade tree red golden tree in the middle of a dense green tea garden and singing with 6 voices ...
 "My release is light in this sky".

 Based in Nagarakata, they visited Jaldhaka, Rocky Island, Suntalikhola, Chalsa, Metli, Samsing, Laliguras for three days.  These places are very familiar to me due to the fact that I used to work in Siliguri and I used to visit different parts of North Bengal.  On the way back to Siliguri from Cooch Behar, Alipurduar on Saturday, I went down several times with my bag.  There I left the general hotel room in the morning and walked 10-15 km to Metli, Samsing, Laliguras.  I talked to the tea garden workers.  I heard about their misery and then I came back to Chalsa in a tea garden company tractor.  Today, after seeing the pictures shared by the friend of the playwright, I wanted to share them,
The father came to Jhiri with his son to hunt fish.  It is a collection of food, entertainment and education at the same time.  And in this way their indigenous knowledge spreads from generation to generation.  However, this father and son could not give us any good news even though they posed smiling in the picture.  There are no fish in Jhiri.  They didn't come with high hopes because nowadays there are no more fish in the adjacent jhiri.  So at the end of collecting bamboo shoots as a vegetable try to kill a khap.  If it matches, it doesn't match ৷  Nah, nothing matched that day

 But that was not the case.  Even a few years ago, if you used to move around with a towel for half an hour, you would get a vegetable shrimp or fish.  But why is that happening now?  While researching the reasons for this, the specific issue I found was that organic fertilizer is no longer being used in Zoom.  Instead, they have resorted to chemical fertilizers.  And there is the use of chemicals to clean weeds or jungle  So the fish are no longer matching in the adjacent Jumdhoya Jhiri.  Even if the match is very low 6

 In addition to this, we have found some reasons for the decline of fish in the rivers and streams of the mountains, the main reason being unethical fishing.  Due to which the nature and life of our mountain rivers are going to be endangered.  Some unscrupulous local fishermen are applying poison upstream, resulting in pollution downstream and across the river, and mass deaths of fish and other biodiversity.  Some are using a special type of electric dynamo imported from Burma to kill fish by applying electric shock.  The worst thing I saw with my own eyes was bombing and fishing.  Local hunters are wreaking havoc on the water with special bombs and detonators, causing damage not only to predatory fish but to all other species.  In fact, it is a kind of genocide from which no species is excluded.  The hunters are only taking the big fish they need intact. The carcasses of all the other fish are lying in the water of the mountain river.

 In order to protect the biodiversity of forests, hills, rivers and streams in the highlands of the country, this festival of immoral practices (including cutting down trees and lifting stones) must be stopped soon and the BGB and the army have to play a bigger role than the administration.  I have repeatedly said that our army has a golden opportunity to establish itself as a Green Army in the eyes of the world by protecting the natural forests and rivers of the highlands.  Only the army can take itself to a different height by playing the most effective role in the conservation of nature and biodiversity.  I have not lost hope yet because I know that everything is possible in this country if the government and the army are sincere.
First of all let me say that lockdown has an overall bad effect but there are some good things in my life.  For example, for the last 5 years, I did not get a booking even though I thought I would go to Banalata Resort, but unlock 4 ai gave me a chance.  So all of a sudden on Friday I decided to go to Bishnupur with Banalata.  Immediately, the booking was done in the wilderness.  Omni left at 8.30 am on Saturday and reached the forest at around 12.30 am in my own car.  The road from Singur to Arambagh is not good but the road from Arambagh is good.

 This time I will say that the jungle of Jaipur is starting from the resort quite dense jungle, this resort is on the road to Bishnupur later.  Their reception office and canteen are on the side of the road and if anyone doesn't want to stay, they can eat and drink and look inside.  We went inside with room rent in advance, a large pond on the right and some cottages in the back we were in the jungle, straight then the building and the children's park and on the left hand you will find a beautiful earthen cottage and a vegetable farm with a lot of space behind it.  Duck - Chicken - Partridge - Quail - Emu - Karak Nath.

 Now come to Khawadawa, the quality of food is very good but I got what I ordered too late because I have to go to the canteen in front of the road to fetch food.  Must try: 30 / - per piece of rasgolla

 After lunch we booked a car and went out to see Bishnupur and take a guide to visit Jaipur jungle for the jungle. We decided that there would be no place for a guide in our car.  It was 4 o'clock so I went to the forest first and saw nothing but a few foxes.  Inside is a British-era airstrip. I heard the British used to camp here.  There is a dilapidated Watch Tower and nothing like that.  This time we went through the jungle on SH2 to Bishnupur about 16 km.

 Bishnupur was slowly gone at 5 o'clock so I went early to see the Rush temple, the ticket counter was closed, so I did the online ticket with Qr code 20 / - per person for 3 temples.  First Rash Mandir and later Shyam Rai Mandir and Jor Bangla Mandir.  I also saw Gum Ghar, Durga Temple, a huge stone archway, Chhinnamasta Temple and Bishnupuri art shop in front of it.

 Back to the resort after dinner and sleep.  It was my turn to return the next day so I visited the resort well in the morning.  After lunch at 11.30 am I left for home but this time I didn't come to Arambagh. I turned around a bit and went to Bengai.  What more could I want from a monotonous life, with my 8-year-old little one having no problem.
Kamalpur is a very ancient and prosperous village under Chakdaha police station in Nadia district.  The ancient name of the village was Bhattacharya-Kamalpur and it was inhabited by eminent scholars.  A Vidyasamaj was formed here under the patronage of the kings of Nadia.  Many old documents of Nadia district mention the donation of tax-free land for the purpose of educating the scholars of Kamalpur village during the reign of various Nadiarajs.

  In this Kamalpur there is a very old and dilapidated Atchala Shiva temple which is about three hundred and fifty years old with some terracotta plaques of very high quality.  The upper part of the terracotta brick temple is now in a state of disrepair and a huge banyan tree surrounds the entire temple.  Two large terracotta lotus flowers and lovely floral designs can be seen on the leaf-shaped arch at the entrance of the west-facing temple.  Below this are the delicate plaques of the twelve symbol temples in which the presence of Shivling is striking.  On either side of the entrance are terracotta plaques of Radha-Krishna, Kali and other deities.  It is quite understandable that the temple used to have many more lovely terracotta plaques, but most of them are ruined today.  Beneath the cornice of this temple is said to have been an inscription inscribed in brick, but it has been completely destroyed.  The sanctum sanctorum contains an ancient Shivling built of stone, the service of which is now performed somehow locally.

  Built in the late 1800s, the temple is a masterpiece of terracotta sculpture in Nadia district.  This unique example of archeological features has long been in ruins, with banyan trees enveloping the entire temple.  After a long period of neglect, the ancient temple is on the verge of extinction.  It is very unfortunate that no initiative has been taken to renovate this traditional temple officially.  If the dilapidated temple is not immediately protected and repaired, it goes without saying that this temple, which is one of the many lost temples in Nadia district, is going to take its place very soon.
Ancient references to this village are found in Mukundaram's poem 'Chandimangal'.  Many again speculate that in the past the name here was Purbadhuli or Purba Dhulya.  As a result of the erosion of the Bhagirathi, many ancient monuments in the east have disappeared into the riverbed.  Long ago there was a trading post here.  Due to its connection with Calcutta and North Bengal by river and the location of the nearby Navadwip, a lot of goods were bought and sold in Ganj.

 It is said that a man named Govinda Chakraborty built an old temple here about 400 years ago.  Towards the end of Aurangzeb's reign, Ruparam Chakraborty and Mukundaram Chakraborty of this dynasty received zamindari decrees from the king.  In 1944, Pramathanath Roy started construction of a new temple at Buroma.  But due to his untimely death, the construction work of the temple was completed due to the efforts of his wife Kalyanmoyee Devi.

 There is no idol of Buroma, but he is worshiped in the meditation of Kalika.  Hargauri is always worshiped in this temple.  Krishnadev, the chief deity of the Bhattacharya family, is famous as a very awake deity.  A new Kali Mandir has been set up near the police station, most of the expenses of which were borne by Kalyan Moi Devi.  In 1261, Mahendranath Chattopadhyay, a resident of Palashpuli village, established a statue of Goddess Shitala and introduced a fair.  A beautiful temple has been set up near the railway station under the initiative of Satyanarayana Trust and a white stone Lakshi Narayan idol has been erected.

 It is known from the book "Daroga Kahini" that it was a haunt of pirates.  Intensive communication is known with the villages of Ekdala, Paranpur, Chupi, Kankshiyali, Mertala etc.  Boat passengers rest here by buying culinary food items at the Kank Shiyali market

 In the past, there was no Wari Durga Puja in the past.  A Barwari Durga Puja has been introduced since 1954 AD.  There is a statue of Satima in a temple established by Ram Satya Nath in the village.

 Fairs and festivals are held on the occasion of various pujas of the village.  The Hargauri idol was brought to the Hargauri floor during the charak.  The Charak festival fair has been going on for a long time.  In imitation of the Kartik puja of Ras and Katwar in Navadwip, idols of various gods and goddesses are worshiped on the day of Sankranti in the month of Kartik and the next day huge idols are placed on the wheels of bullock carts and marched around the village.  But now it is not seen.  Kartik Sankranti is worshiped in the nearby villages of Chupi, Kashtshali, and Palashpuli.  In the past, there were several tolls for reading Sanskrit in Purbasthali and many famous Nama Pandits used to teach in these tolls.

 Also, when you come to this village, you will see the unadulterated beauty of Bengal and at the same time you will get acquainted with all the unknown birds.  And on the shores of the lake, the view is really compelling.  Moreover, it is very difficult to find people who do not love nature.  And with that, knowing the unknown history is really great.  Bhagirathi, a tributary of the Nadia-Burdwan border, is separated from the mainstream by a huge equestrian lake.
Our destination that day was Moti Jharna.  Crossing the dusty road and some isolated villages, I reached the hilly road almost to the doorstep of the destination.  Towards the end, some of the roads are bad, so the distance is a few kilometers.  I'm walking.  The distant mountains stand leaning against the blue sky.  All around is the noise of green, the chirping of unnamed birds. And the four wandering on the lonely mountain road.  Silence is loud.  A little further on the sound of the fountain began to float, but could not be seen.  Who hid the pearly pearls in the waves with absolute compassion.  A little further on, I saw a naughty girl named White Pearl jumping on a black stone about 50 feet high.  And his smile is spreading like dust particles in the air in the sky.  Oops!  What is his robbery.  After crossing the small ups and downs, I came to the front of the fountain.  Our civic fatigue is being washed away by the dust of the fountain.  Tasting this beauty of calm, secluded nature is an indescribable joyous experience.  I spent the whole day sitting in the shade of the mountains and under the fountain in the middle of the uninhabited calm nature.  It seems that we have reached the very end of the world.  In the soft light of the last afternoon, the mind does not want to go back, ignoring the beauty of the floating water droplets and the slightly yellow naughty girl.  But there is a time when a civilized person has to go back to his artificial environment of bricks, wood and stone.  So I took the way back with the pain of separation.  Moti Jharna is located in Sahebganj district of Jharkhand.  Approximately 24-25 km from Rajmahal.  We got off at the three hill stations and reserved the car.
This is a picture of Kamrup Kamaksha temple in Kamrup district of Assam.  It takes 15 minutes to reach the temple from Kamrup railway station.  Such peaks can be seen in many temples in central Assam.  It is surrounded by the Bengali Charchala architecture.  There is a type of architecture called Antaral, which is similar to Atchala architecture.
 The present temple building was built during the reign of the Ahom kings. [The ancient Koch architecture has been carefully preserved.  When the temple was destroyed in the middle of the second millennium AD, Koch Raja rebuilt the temple in 1585 according to the architectural style of the medieval temple at Chilra.  The beehive-shaped pinnacle now visible is one of the most striking features of temple architecture in Lower Assam. Statues of Ganesha and other Hindu deities are carved outside the temple.  The temple has three main rooms.  The west room is large and rectangular.  Ordinary pilgrims do not use it for worship.  The middle room is square.  There is a small statue of the goddess here.  This statue was later placed here.  There are inscriptions of Naranarayana, other deities and related inscriptions on the wall of this room.  The middle room leads to the main sanctuary.  It is cave-shaped.  There are no statues here.  There is only the vaginal-shaped stone and the underground spring.  Every summer, during the Ambubachi Mela, the menstruation of the goddess Kamakhya is celebrated.  During this time the spring water in the main uterus turns red under the influence of iron oxide.  As a result, it looks like menstruation.
On the way from Thakurgaon district town to Pirganj police station, Shibganjhat crossed the airport. Jamalpur Zamindarbari Jame Mosque is three kilometers west of there. It is said that a man named Raushan Ali came to this area from the zamindar house of Tajpur Pargana and any of his descendants later got zamindari here. He laid the foundation of this zamindar house in 182. The construction of the mosque started in 18 before the construction of the house was completed. There is a large and beautiful archway at the entrance of the mosque. The mosque has three large domes at the top. The top of the dome is carved in glass stone. The main feature of this mosque is the design of its minarets. There are a total of 28 minarets on the roof of the mosque. Each minaret is about 35 feet high and each has various designs. It is a rare thing to see so many minarets in any mosque. The mosque is divided into four parts. The main room, the main room with a roofed veranda, the roofless verandah and the roofless verandah are surrounded by a half wall and the main door with a roof on four pillars in the middle of the east. There are various designs of small minarets on the open porch wall and on the roof of the main door. The measurement from the outside of the main room is 29 ৭ 46 feet and the roofless veranda measures 21 ৭ 48 feet. The corners of the main room have three pillars. It has two windows, three doors and two niches. There are lots of herb and flower designs on the inside and outside walls of the whole mosque.
You can choose to visit Cherrapunji, a country with heavy rains.  Cherrapunji has amazingly beautiful natural scenery.  The two months of heavy rains are July-August.  Go to Cherrapunji anytime during these two months to enjoy the heavy rains.  The city of Cherrapunji is located in the Indian state of Meghalaya.  In July-August it rains continuously.  Wherever you look, you will see the rainy season shining all around like green emeralds.  56 km from Shillong.  Cherrapunji at an altitude of 1300 m in the Khasi hills in the distance.  The Cherrapunji, Shillong-tourist destination is one of the wettest regions in the world.  The bus is going from Shillong.
 The road show to Cherrapunji is not comparable.  Cherrapunji village is around Cherabazar.  There are scattered settlements here.  You see, there are small local food hotels in Cherabazar.  Cheragram is surrounded by orange orchards.  You will see that the clouds are rising up the steep Khasi hills.  During the rainy season, water clouds cannot go over the Khasi hills.  Due to obstruction in the mountains, incessant rains fell in Cherrapunji and Maosinram areas.  July is the month of 36 inches of rain, which is the maximum rainfall.  From the hills here you can see the green plains of Sylhet district.  This scene will cover the eyes.  Sometimes you will say: ‘Two birds on two shores, a river flows in the middle ... the strings of the harp are torn, the identity is erased ...’ These words of the song.
 Before 184, the district government office of the British government was in Cherrapunji.  Cherrapunji is located at an altitude of 1300 meters.  This place is the contribution of the British.  This Cherrapunji is also the apex of Khasi literature and culture.  This place is famous for its limestone caves, coal and honey.  Maosinram, on the southern slope of the Khasi Hills near Cherrapunji, receives 2,300 mm of rainfall annually.  Rain has set a record.
The lion (Panthera leo) is an animal varieties in the family Felidae and an individual from the variety Panthera. It has a strong, profound chested body, short, adjusted head, round ears, and a furry tuft toward the finish of its tail. It is explicitly dimorphic; grown-up male lions have an unmistakable mane. With a run of the mill head-to-body length of 184–208 cm (72–82 in) they are bigger than females at 160–184 cm (63–72 in). It is a social animal categories, framing bunches called prides. A lion pride comprises of a couple of grown-up guys, related females and whelps. Gatherings of female lions ordinarily chase together, preying generally on huge ungulates. The lion is a pinnacle and cornerstone predator; albeit a few lions search whenever openings happen and have been known to chase people, the species ordinarily doesn't. 

Commonly, the lion possesses meadows and savannas, yet is missing in thick backwoods. It is typically more diurnal than other large felines, however when abused it adjusts to being dynamic around evening time and at nightfall. In the Pleistocene, the lion ran all through Eurasia, Africa and North America, however today it has been decreased to divided populaces in sub-Saharan Africa and one fundamentally imperiled populace in western India. It has been recorded as Vulnerable on the IUCN Red List since 1996 on the grounds that populaces in African nations have declined by about 43% since the mid 1990s. Lion populaces are unsound external assigned secured zones. In spite of the fact that the reason for the decay isn't completely perceived, living space misfortune and clashes with people are the best foundations for concern.
Elephants are mammals of the family Elephantidae and the largest existing land animals. Three species are currently recognised: the African bush elephant, the African forest elephant, and the Asian elephant. Elephantidae is the only surviving family of the order Proboscidea; extinct members include the mastodons. The family Elephantidae also contains several now-extinct groups, including the mammoths and straight-tusked elephants. African elephants have larger ears and concave backs, whereas Asian elephants have smaller ears, and convex or level backs. Distinctive features of all elephants include a long trunk, tusks, large ear flaps, massive legs, and tough but sensitive skin. The trunk, also called a proboscis, is used for breathing, bringing food and water to the mouth, and grasping objects. Tusks, which are derived from the incisor teeth, serve both as weapons and as tools for moving objects and digging. The large ear flaps assist in maintaining a constant body temperature as well as in communication. The pillar-like legs carry their great weight.

Elephants are scattered throughout sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia, and Southeast Asia and are found in different habitats, including savannahs, forests, deserts, and marshes. They are herbivorous, and they stay near water when it is accessible. They are considered to be keystone species, due to their impact on their environments. Other animals tend to keep their distance from elephants; the exception is their predators such as lions, tigers, hyenas, and wild dogs, which usually target only young elephants (calves). Elephants have a fission–fusion society, in which multiple family groups come together to socialise. Females (cows) tend to live in family groups, which can consist of one female with her calves or several related females with offspring. The groups, which do not include bulls, are led by the (usually) oldest cow, known as the matriarch
Kalna is a municipal area in Burdwan district in the Indian state of West Bengal.  Located on the west bank of Bhagirathi, this town is popularly known as Ambika Kalna.  The city is named after the local goddess Ambika.  Kalna, located about 60 km from the district headquarters Burdwan, has several attractions.  Notable among these are Rajbari of Kalna, Pratapeshwar Temple, Krishnachandraji Temple, Lalji Temple and 108 Shiva Temple.
 The city became increasingly popular, mainly for its rice business.  In the past, paddy and rice used to reach different parts of the country by waterways.  There are historical temples and mosques scattered in this city of traders. 
 Most of the temples are made of exquisite terracotta carvings. There are 108 Shiva temples in the middle of the city built by the Burdwan royal family.  Shiva temples are arranged in two circles.  There are 64 temples in the first circle.  There are 34 temples in the inner circle.  Inside the temples built during the reign of Maharaja Tej Chandra in 1809, there are white stone and black stone Shivlings.  These temples, built in the Atchala style, look like lotus petals when viewed from a high place.  On the opposite side of 108 Shiva Temple is the Rajbari Complex.  There are 22 old temples in this complex.  The terracotta carvings of some of these temples are eye-catching.  Pratapeshwar temple is built in the style of Rekhdeul in Orissa.  The temple was built in memory of Burdwan Maharaja Pratap Chad.
The best attraction of Murshidabad city is Hazarduari.  The palace was built in 1836 for Nawab Nazim Humayun Khan with a 60-foot high three-storeyed dome.  Although there are actually 900 doors, there are 100 more artificial doors in the palace.  Hence the name Hazarduari.  This magnificent Gothic-style palace is now a museum with memories of ancient Murshidabad.  This is literally a historical museum.  Downstairs are about 2700 weapons used by the then Nawabs.  In which the swords of Alivardi and Siraj and even the knife with which Mohammadi Beg killed Siraj are preserved in this museum.  On the second floor of this picturesque palace is a silver throne, a gift from the British Empress Victoria.  The Nawab used to sit on the throne under a huge chandelier with 181 chandeliers.  Hazarduari is famous for its concealed mirrors, all world-famous clocks collected from home and abroad, oil paintings by European artists such as Marshall, Tishian, Raphael, Van Dyke, and ancient stone statues.  On the third floor there is a collection of books including the historical Koran Sharif of the Nawabi period, invaluable books, manuscripts of Ain-e-Akbari.  The museum also houses some of the most important specimens of British colonial history in India.  There is an 18-foot-long, eight-ton 'Jahankosha' cannon or world-winning cannon made by Janardhan Karmakar in 1848 on the premises of Hazarduari.  It is known that it took 30 kg of ammunition to fire a cannon at this cannon.  It is also known as baby cannon.