| West Bengal|
Ranibandh in south Bankura District is a forest area spread over a dozen hills. Shaal, mahua, shishu, kendu, palash and arjun trees fill the landscape. Tribal settlements are scattered in the area. A tribal god is installed at the top of a hill. The view of the Kangsabati River from the hilltop is breathtaking.
Lodging facilities are available at the Ranibandh Forest Rest House and the Zilla Parishad Bungalow.
Updated on 6th February, 2016
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