Bamni Falls in Purulia at Ayodhya Hills in west bengal

Bamni Falls in Purulia

Spreading over an area of 6,259 sq km, the Purulia district in West Bengal remains the westernmost region of the state. Paschim Medinipur, Bankura, Bokaro, Bardhaman, Ranchi are some of the places with which the place shares its boundaries.

Purulia


This place acts as a charming diversion for tourists with its serenity, uneven topography, falls, rivers, diverse flora and fauna, dense vegetation etc. In short, it is an absolute delight for nature lovers. So a trip to West Bengal virtually remains incomplete without a visit to this wondrous paradise of picturesque beauty and charm. Bamni Falls remains one of the major attractions of this place.

The falls is located near Bareria village and is flanked by charming landscape and greenery. It makes for a perennial falls. Bamni remains a major draw in Baghmundi along with other attractions like:

  • Charida village
  • Paprakocha Dam
  • Marbel lake
  • Durga Mandir
  • Pakhi Pahar
  • Mayur pahar
  • Marbel Lake
  • Khairabera
  • Suisa (museum)
  • Gaghkocha Falls
  • Dowry Khal
  • Upper dam
  • Lower dam
  • Thurga falls
  • Usuldungri
  • Deuli

Why Should You Visit Bamni Falls?


I can say, from my personal experience that Bamni is definitely worth a visit (that is if you’re venturing out to Purulia anytime soon) simply owing to its sheer natural beauty and landscape. Do not make the mistake of excluding this one from your itinerary.

How to Reach Purulia


Purulia is well connected by bus or rail. Purulia junction is a big rail station. Though Balarampur rail station is the nearest rail station with 14kms from Ayodhya Hills. You can also avail the flight route to the Ranchi airport.

The contact details of Baghmundi Block Development Office are presented below:

Block Development Office, Baghmundu, Purulia
Telephone: 03252-250207
Fax No: 03252-250207
E-mail Id: baghmundi@nic.in

Purulia Baghmundi

Baghmundi is a small community development block located in the administrative division of Purulia. Every year thousands of tourists visit this place to witness the natural beauty of the magnificent Ayodhya Hills and the many dams. The picturesque landscape here consists of undulating hills, cascading waterfalls, lush green forests with rich variety of flora and fauna. Travelers can get a variety of experience from historical and archeological sites to eco tourism.

Ayodhya Hill, not very far from Baghmundi, is of immense mythological significance to the Hindus. It is believed that Lord Ram with his wife Sita had come to Ayodhya Hill during their exile. Lord Ram had pierced the earth with his arrow to bring out a gush of water to quench Sita’s thirst. From then, this place has been named Sita-kunda. On a Baisakhi full moon day, tribals from surrounding villages assemble here to join the game of hunting animals. They hunt small animals like rabbits and jungle hen. Continue reading