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Looking for a vacation in the lap of nature which can refresh your mind and soul with new energy. Then Baranti is a must visit place for you. A smallSanthal tribal village surrounded with splash green forest, a big natural lake and few elegant hills. The paradise on this earth have different colours in different seasons. The hills are crowned with green and dark green during rainy season, slightly grey during winter and dotted with fiery red during autumn. The fiery red colour comes from the fully blossomed Palas Tree , a source for natural red colour. The life and habitant around Baranti is very simple. The peaceful tribal village with truthful people and their simplicity is an envy for people stay in big cities and metros.
The place does not have a charter for anything. You can simply be lazy or do whatever you want. Walk along the red mud road along with the Muradi dam or reach the foot of the hill. Stroll along the dense forest – you may spot some wild verity of birds and spices. By luck, you may find some other wild spices like wolf of fox. The forest has a habitant of beer and elephant too.
The tropical forest of Baranti hill and surroundings are made of Bamboo shrubs’, Sal, Piyal, Amloki, Bahra, Haritoki, Neem and other tropical trees. Palash tree is found everywhere. The local habitants collect dry firewood and leaves for their daily needs from this jungle. You will get refreshed with the savour and flavour of those trees. The forest, hill and lake looks mysterious in a full moon day. Sitting in the resort balcony you may hear many unknown sounds of the wilds.
The morning is very pleasant in Baranti when thousands of crippling birds welcomes the day. In rainy season the aroma of wet earth mixed with many other flavours will recharge the day with a new freshness of life. The Baranti dam inhabitants are all kinds of sweet water fishes including king of fishesRohu and Katla. Many other small and big fish spices are also found in the Muradi Dam.
There are many decent and budget accommodation in the form of hotel and resort are available in Baranti. Most of the resorts offer stay facility with Bengali food. Do not expect a star hotel like experience here – the hospitality and care you receive in those resorts are more worth than a star hotel. The taste of food here is marvellous if you like simple yet tasty food because all the preparations are made from fresh ingredients. The cooks do not use powder masala or electric grinder, rather they use Sil-Batta to grind the spices which makes the food simple, tasty and healthy.
You can take the following trains from Howrah and reach Asansol station. You have to hire trekker or private taxi to reach Baranti. Train lovers can reach up to Muradi station by boarding a local train from Asansol. Hired taxi, Auto rickshaw, Paddle Riskshaw or Trekker can take you to your destination.