Deulti

An Escapade From The Hustles Of City Life At Deulti

Stressed and tired of the everyday city life? Escape the commotion this weekend at Deulti. A quaint destination, Deulti is just an hour and forty minutes drive from Kolkata. You can reach the place via local trains and Paskura local is one of the best options to travel to this little hamlet of peace and serenity.

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On The Way
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Way Back

There are a number of resorts at Deulti, one being the Nirala Resort. From premium private cottages to affordable rooms, the resort offers you different types of accomodation amidst lush green meadows. As you play around in the cool waters of the swimming pool of the resort with your loved ones, the layers of stress wash away.

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The Resort
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Blossoms Of Beauty
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The Soothing Greenery Of The Resort
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Swimming Pool At Nirala Resort

Deulti also beckons you with its rich heritage. The great Bengali author, Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay had spent much of his life here and his house is popularly known as Sarat Chandra Kuthi or Samtaber. The visiting hours of Samtaber is from 3 pm to 5 pm and you can explore the whole of this two storied Burmese styled house to get an insight into the simple living style of the ‘Katha Silpi.’

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Statue of Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay at Samtaber
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The Burmese Styled Cottage Of The Author

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Belongings Of The Author

Last but not the least; bask in the surreal beauty of River Rupnarayan at Deulti. A walking distance from the residence of the writer, the riverside is a sunset point; as the sun bids goodbye to the day, the fusion of red and orange rays create a magical aura over the blue waters of River Rupnarayan.

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River Rupnarayan At Sunset

Hence, inhale some fresh air this weekend far from the maddening crowd, at Deulti.

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