Ayodhya Hills, located in the Purulia district is around 260 km from Kolkata, is a part of Chotonagpur Plateau and an extended portion of Eastern Ghats range. With undulated rocky hillocks, rugged landscapes covered with red soil and dense vegetation, Ayodhya Hills is a perfect weekend destination for travel lovers and young rock climbers, who love trekking along these hills. Hindu mythology stated that Rama and Sita stayed here during their exile. There is a place called Sita Kundu, where Sita quenched her thirst. There is also a Forest Rest House on the hill top of Ayodhya Hills. You can experience vivid scenery and Chhau dance with Madal that would take you off from the hustle bustle of the city life.
Kolkata to Ayodhya Hills
Why To Go
Things To Do
What to Eat & Where
There are numerous hotels in Ayodhya Hills that offer a variety of cuisines, from Bengali Thali to Chinese, from special delicacies to local food, you will get all. Further, local restaurants and eateries are spread across to satisfy your taste buds.