After a busy and hectic week at the industrial town of Durgapur every mind and soul searches for some destination to spent the weekend away from work. Murshidabad at a distance of only about 190 Km is an ideal destination to spent a weekend discovering the rich history of Bengal during the era of Nawabs and rejuvenate as well. So Durgapurians, pack your baggage and plan your next weekend at Murshidabad.
Sabujban – a plant museum, 85 Km (approx) from the Steel City of Durgapur is an ideal weekend gateway to relax and rejuvenate in the midst of nature. Plan your next weekend trip to sabujban and get lost in the midst of the greenery of plant museum. You can also spent an entire day and come back. Durgapur Adda provides all the details of Sabujban Trip.
Deul near the Steel city of Durgapur is an ideal weekend destination where one can spent an entire day in the close vicinity of nature. The brick temple of Ichai Ghosh on the bank of River Ajay and a park is the main attraction of Deul, which has grown into a popular picnic spot for Durgapurians. Durgapur Adda provides all the details of Deul tour.
The industrial town of Durgapur is one of the most polluted cities of West Bengal. High level of pollution in this industrial hub of Bengal is known to cause several chronic diseases like gastritis, asthma etc. To combat these diseases “Water Therapy”, followed by the Japanese and Chinese, has been proved to be most effective.
Durgapur, the Steel City of Bengal became honoured by the visit of Nobel Prize winning scientist Dr. Johann Deisenhofer. This Nobel Laureate came to the Steel City to inaugurate a science exhibition at Hem Sheela Model School and attend a seminar on Structural Biology at CMERI. This famous scientist came to Durgapur at the behest of Dr. Rabindra Nath Roy, the founder of Hem Sheela Model School and Professor of Drury University.