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Once you go there you will realize the place is so beautiful. It was a wonderful feeling really. Jodhpur is a complete package of Heritage Place where you can enjoy every moment of your life in Royal Heritage Feel. Marwari Food is very Spicy and Mouth watering Dal Baati, Mirchi bada, Lassi is One of my favorite from Jodhpur. I had enjoyed a lot when I last stayed there with my many friends and visited many forts and old heritage hawelis.

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Jairambati Overview

Jairambati is a religious destination in the district of Bankura in the state of West Bengal. The region is popular for the birthday celebration of Sri Ramakrishna who was a great saint of India.

The geographical area of Jairambati is surrounded by lush green trees and shrubs, which create a rural atmosphere along with fertile lands. Agriculture is said to be the main source of income of this village. This is supported with a big lake popularly known as Mother Tank, which acts as a major source of water for irrigation.

Barunjjey Pukur is another tank in this county, which is used for irrigational purposes of the village. Barunjjey Pukur is also popularly known by the name of Banerjee’s Tank and is surrounded by Palmyra trees.

The popular attractions of Jayrambati include Dharma Thakur Temple, which is a small temple dedicated to Sundara Narayana Dharma Thakur. Koalpara is a very important site in the Bankura district and has its association with Ma Sarada Devi. The holy temple dedicated to Ma Sarada Devi – the Matri Mandir is also located here. The temple was built in 1923 and in 1954; a marble image of Sarada Devi was installed here. The holy relics of Sarada Devi are encrypted in the Sanctum Sanctorum of the temple, which is visited by a lot of devotees.

Summers here are very hot and dry with a maximum temperature of 41⁰ Celsius in the months of April and May. Winters here are from the months of December to February and have a low temperature of 10⁰ Celsius. The best time to visit Jairambati is between the months of October to March.

Though Jairambati is a popular tourist destination, the transport options available here are limited. The nearest airport is at a distance of 394 kilometres, in Kolkata and the nearest railhead is at Bishnupur, which is about 362 kilometres from Jairambati. Cars can be rented from these places to reach Jairambati.

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