Garpanchkot Garpanchkot is an green, quiet and serene area near the Panchet Dam on the border of Bardhaman district and Jharkhand. Garpanchkot name evolved from the gar or garh (fort) of the king of Kashipur, who constructed a garh and a temple in this hill. There are scattered ruins of many terakotta style temples around Garpanchkot. The famous is the Panchratna Temple. Forest of Sal, Tamal, Sonajhuri, Palas trees.
Panchet Dam Panchet Dam has been constructed a little above its confluence with the Barakar. While Dhanbad district is on the northern bank of Panchet reservoir, Purulia district is on the southern bank. Panchet Hill rises above Panchet Dam. The Panchet Dam is an earthen dam.
Joychandi Pahar Joychandi Pahar is a very popular tourist attracted hill in Purulia, West Bengal. It has an average elevation of 155 m (509 ft). It is 3 kilometers from the sub-divisional town of Raghunathpur, Purulia district. It is a popular tourist destination for rock climbing.
Biharinath Hill Biharinath Hill is the tallest hill of Bankura District, in the Indian state of West Bengal. It is a part of the Eastern Ghats. It is 451 metres (1,480 ft) high. There is an old Shiva temple of Biharinath in the foot of the Hill. Another popular attraction Biharinath dham and a small tank located at the foot of the hill. There is small fountain at the middle of the Hill.
Ajodhya Hills Ajodhya Hills is a hill located in the Purulia district of the state West Bengal.It is also called Pakhi Pahar. Ajodhya is a famous tourist destination. It is a part of the Dalma Hills.The hill has got a full package of attraction including a huge hydro electric project, two massive reservoirs as upper and lower dam and a picturesque road to climb the hill. Bamni falls is one of the main attractions of Ajoydhya Hill. During the full moon day in Baisakh every year tribals of nearby areas come and join in the game of hunting wild animals.