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Tourist spot opened at Bogamati

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GORESWAR, Jan 16 � The Bogamati area is located in the Indo-Bhutan border 30 km off Goreswar. It lies between the two ranges of hills at the foothills of the Bhutan border. The Bogamati hilly area completely belongs to the newly created Baksa district in BTAD. Communication is easy through the Goreswar-Sukla-Uporkhuti (Bholajhar) PWD road and Nagrijuli-Ambarish Nagar PWD road in Baksa district. It is situated 5 km away from Ambarish Nagar bazar chowk. There are no settlers near Bogamati due to the large, thick forest with big trees/bushes growing close together and also the presence of various wild animals in the area. A natural gift of the Bogamati spot is the panoramic view of mountains and a wide area of land beside the river Barnadi, which originates from one of the Bhutan hills and flows through the two ridges of the hills. It divides into three tributaries, namely Mala, Deuchunga and Jabra (i.e Puthimari), the banks of which are covered with soft white sand. Besides, there are two irrigation channels namely Jabra (Deuchunga) and Puthimari, constructed at the initiative of the Sukla Irrigation Project, Goreswar subdivision office. Ganesh Kachari, EM, Suklai Serfang constituency of Baksa district, formally inaugurated the Bogamati tourist and picnicker spot recently. Kachari in his inaugural speech said that with the help of MP fund of Biswajit Daimary, MP (RS), a Buddha statue would be constructed soon at Bogamati with a view to attract the people of Bhutan. The Deuchunga PWD road and the tourist guest house would be constructed here with the help of the world Bank fund this year with a view to provide better facilities to the tourists as well as the picnickers.

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Tourist spot opened at Bogamati

GORESWAR, Jan 16 � The Bogamati area is located in the Indo-Bhutan border 30 km off Goreswar. It lies between the two ranges of hills at the foothills of the Bhutan border. The Bogamati hilly area completely belongs to the newly created Baksa district in BTAD. Communication is easy through the Goreswar-Sukla-Uporkhuti (Bholajhar) PWD road and Nagrijuli-Ambarish Nagar PWD road in Baksa district. It is situated 5 km away from Ambarish Nagar bazar chowk. There are no settlers near Bogamati due to the large, thick forest with big trees/bushes growing close together and also the presence of various wild animals in the area. A natural gift of the Bogamati spot is the panoramic view of mountains and a wide area of land beside the river Barnadi, which originates from one of the Bhutan hills and flows through the two ridges of the hills. It divides into three tributaries, namely Mala, Deuchunga and Jabra (i.e Puthimari), the banks of which are covered with soft white sand. Besides, there are two irrigation channels namely Jabra (Deuchunga) and Puthimari, constructed at the initiative of the Sukla Irrigation Project, Goreswar subdivision office. Ganesh Kachari, EM, Suklai Serfang constituency of Baksa district, formally inaugurated the Bogamati tourist and picnicker spot recently. Kachari in his inaugural speech said that with the help of MP fund of Biswajit Daimary, MP (RS), a Buddha statue would be constructed soon at Bogamati with a view to attract the people of Bhutan. The Deuchunga PWD road and the tourist guest house would be constructed here with the help of the world Bank fund this year with a view to provide better facilities to the tourists as well as the picnickers.

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