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Mandarmani, Another Pristine Beach in the State Of West Bengal

By Anooppt @anoopppt
Mandarmani, another Pristine Beach in the State Of West Bengal Mandarmani is a beach resort located in Purba Medinipur , which is one of the southern districts of West Bengal . The beach is situated at a distance of around 180 km from Kolkata Airport, placed on the Kolkata - Digha route and is just 14 km from Chaulkhola. The place is one of the recently developed tourist destination in West Bengal, lying close to the renowned places like Digha and Shankarpur. Due to the pristine location of this beach and the captivating sands of the beach, the place has been gradually gaining popularity among the visitors.
Mandarmani beach’s chief attraction is its 13 km long stretched motorable area. It is considered as one of the longest motorable beaches in India. Once you reach the beach, you will surely get allured with the beauty and tranquility of the place. You can even enjoy leisure activities like relaxing and swimming at this beach. The beach is not much crowded and that is the real attraction of this beach. Other activities that you can enjoy at this pristine beach are table tennis, carrom, beach cricket, beach volleyball, and boat cruises. Essential Points Do not forget to pack some cotton clothes in order to avoid the scorching summer heat of this place. A sunscreen lotion is also a must, which will prevent you from extreme tanning. If you want to enjoy a drive at this motorable beach, you got to first collect information on high tides, as during the high tides the water may come up to the beach level, which can be quite dangerous. The best time to visit Mandarmani beach is between the months of August and February. Nearby Cities Kolkata Kolkata, which is also known as the ‘City of Joy’, is situated on the banks of the Hooghly River. This beautiful city of West Bengal is famed for its colorful culture, rich history and promising future. Earlier the city was known as Calcutta and is also the capital city of West Bengal. The city is known for the noble services of Mother Teresa and is also the birth place of some of the popular people like Rabindranath Tagore and Satyajit Ray. The restaurants of the city also offer the scrumptious Bengalis dishes that will make your trip even more enjoyable. There are much more things to explore at this flamboyant capital city of West Bengal. Jamshedpur Jamshedji Nusserwanji Tata is the founder of this vital city of India, which is also known as the ‘City of Steel’.   The city is a perfect business spot as TATA group of industries including Tata Steel is located in its area. Hence, the other name given to the city is Tatanagar. Lord Chelmsford showed his respect to Jamshedji Nusserwanji Tata, by replacing the earlier name of this city to Jamshedpur, in the year 1919. Cuttack
Cuttack is considered as one of the primitive cities of India. The city is situated at a stunning location where Mahanadi and Kathjuri Rivers merge together. Cuttack is the second largest city in the state of Orissa and is popularly known as the cultural capital of the state. The city has a very rich history as the place was ruled under different dynasties.

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