The main attraction of Mayapur is the Srila Prabhupada's Pushpa Samadhi Mandir, a memorial to ISKCON's founder. The ISKCON temple consists of devotees of Lord Krishna from all over the world including people from the Western countries as well. The main shrine is surrounded by a museum depicting Srila Prabhupada's life. Since it is the birthplace of Chaitanya Mahaprabhu so, there are some Gaudiya Vaishnav maths which show their devotion to Radha-Krishna and Gaur-Nitai.
The palace was constructed during the reign of Nawab Nazim Humayun Jah by famous architect McLeod Duncan. It follows Greek (Doric) style of architecture in its construction. It has almost a thousand real and false doors, from where it gets its name. Now this palace is a museum with an exclusive collection of various weapons, land revenue records, oil paintings of Dutch, Italian and French artists, porcelain, marble and stucco statues, old maps, palanquin, manuscripts mostly belonging to eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. The history of India's independence took an important turn from MURSHIDABAD, the last capital of independent Bengal and the start of British rule in India. It is situated on the banks of the Bhagirathi river. The Murshidabadi silk is a common apparel fabric, famous all over India.
Relaxation can never be more beautiful other than enjoying on the banks of a lake surrounded by green forests and hills. Mukutmanipur is a small town in Rarh in India. Mainly it is famous for its natural beauty. The Kangsabati river flows adjacent to this town. There is a dam on this river which is considered to be the second biggest earth dam in India.
The water body of Maithan covers an area of about 66 sq km. An exotic natural beauty, adorned with small hills and patches of jungle, makes it a beautiful tourist spot. The area consists a number of small islands as well. It seems that Mother Nature was extra generous to this location. Panchet dam is built on the Damodar River, inaugurated in 1959. It is the fourth of the 4 multi - purpose dams that fall under the first phase of DVC (Damodar Valley Corporation).
Every year millions of devotees gathers at this place to offer Puja and prayer to goddess Kali, the source of power. The place is also famous for Sadhak Bamakhepa, a devotee of goddess Kali. Bakreswar is a romantic escape with its exquisite natural beauty. The main attraction of this place is the famous for its geological beauty, the hot spring. There are 10 hot springs. Taking bath there is a common practise for tourists. Massanjore is an ideal weekend tourist spot. The centre of attraction is the Dumka dam on Mayrakshi river. It is the calm and serene environment, which has a positive effect on the health status of the tourists.
The most significant ambassador of Bengali literature, Nobel laureate, Rabindranath Tagore (1861–1941) founded a school here in 1901, which later developed into the Visva Bharati University. The school and university here has its own rules and methods of teaching, which very very much different from others, thus showcasing the educational instinct of the great poet. It attracts students and tourists from all over India and overseas. There is a Deer Park 3 km from Shantiniketan which is now a large wooded area with herds of deer and makes a natural bird sanctuary.