Birbhum is one of the well-known districts of West Bengal where you can feel the pleasure of its folk culture, itinerant singers that are known as bauls. It is known for the Rabindranath Tagore’s home, and visitors can feel the existence of unique tourist haven. Shantiniketan is the major attraction point of the town rich in folk culture, and it reflects the heritage of India and is a home to wonderful gardens. The place is best for those who are fond of visiting the unidentified places and wish to explore the unknown.
Birbhum tourism stimulates those individuals who wish to know how different festivals are celebrated in West India. Few places like Tagore’s Ashram, Chattimtala, Rabindra Bhaban Museum, and Uttravan complex are some of the tourist destinations to visit. One can find various eating places and cuisines and it is also surrounded by various small and medium restaurants.
A train is one of the easiest ways to reach the place and well connected to the Kolkata city. Visitors have the options to get in the city via bus. Birbhum is well connected with Panagarh-Moregram Expressway linking Grand Trunk Road (NH 2) with NH 5. The towns surrounded the Birbhum in West Bengal are well connected by roads and Totos are the most appropriate ways to move around this place.