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Garbeta, also known as Garhbeta, is a small town located on the banks of the Shilabati River. One of the prime attractions of this town is the Raikota Fort that has four main gates, namely the Lal Darwaja, Rauta Darwaja, Pesa Darwaja and Hanuman Darwaja. Visitors can see seven ponds on the northern side, namely Jaltungi, Indra-Puskarini, Pathuria, Hadua, Mangala, Kobesh Dighi and Amra Puskarini.
The Sarbamangala Temple, located on the northern side of the Mangala Lake, is another important attraction of the town. Bagri's Krishnarai Ji Temple, located on the left bank of the Silaboti River, is another prominent temple and is enshrined with a beautiful idol of Lord Krishna. The Raghunathji Temple, Uriyasaier Tempe and Jhalda Fort are the other popular attractions of the town.
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Garbeta is a small town located in Paschim Medinipur district of West Bengal. It is on the bank of Shilabati River, well-connected by Railway.
The main attraction of this place is Gangani (The Canyon of Bengal on the bank of Shilabati). It is a popular picnic spot now a days but you can go there to be witness of the beautiful and different landform of Gangani created by hydrolic action of Shilabati River. Gangani is not the Grand Canyon of America, but it is as beautiful as the Grand Canyon. Other tourist spots of Garbeta are Raikota Fort, Sarbamangala Mandir and other temples.
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