Monday, 26 September 2016

Digha West Bengal

Digha is West Bengal’s most prevalent ocean resort. Initially known as Beerkul, it is specified as the “Brighton of the East” in one of Warren Hasting’s letters (1780 AD) to his better half.

In 1923, an English visitor John Frank Smith was enchanted by the excellence of Digha and began living here. His compositions about Digha gradually offered introduction to this spot. After autonomy, he persuaded West Bengal’s central pastor Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy to create Digha as a shoreline resort.

A  residential area, Digha is swarmed with inns by and large around one fundamental street. Its closeness to Calcutta (187 kms) draws in sightseers consistently. Digha is a hard shoreline where one can drive amid low tide. The shoreline is however confronting the issue of ocean disintegration. Washing is prudent just amid the low tide. One can see both dawn and dusk at Digha ocean shoreline.

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