The deep blue sky, well-knit forests of mahua, sisu, segun on the red-hued soil, a beautiful lake surrounded by hillocks and the reflection of the sunset on its crystal-clear water are what Baranti all about. Sheer opulence of natural beauty of the place attracts photographers and common tourists alike. Bird lovers are likely to be even more delighted with the variety of birds chirping all around. The Temple of Chhinnamasta is an added attraction.


Adra-Chacradharpur Passenger leaves Howrah at 10:40 p.m. and reaches Adra early in the morning. On a local train from Adra one has to reach Muradi and from there a trekker or a rickshaw will take you to Baranti.

Alternatively, one can come to Asansol from Howrah or Sealdah and from there can board on a train for Adra and get down at Muradi.

The rickshaw fare from station to Baranti is Rs. 40/- and a trekker costs Rs. 150/- on one way journey.


Baranti Wild Life and Nature Study Hut
Tel: 09830085483