If you want to spend some time close to nature, Simultala can be one of the best choices. You will find the place in colours if you visit it during spring, which is the flowering season. Enjoying walks down the dusty roads on a lonely winter afternoon can also be enjoyable. It can also be the best place if you want to stare at a sky full of stars away from the pollution of the cities and towns. There's a lot of greenery and the view of the hills and mountains in the horizon will add pleasure to your eyes.
Simultala is a small station on the Delhi-Patna-Howrah Raliway route around 19 kms from Jhajha, 25 kms from Jasidih and 30 kms from Devghar. Simultala is also connected by roadways to Patna and Devghar. The journey from Patna to Simultala is an eye treat in itself what with the beautiful landscape, deep valleys, serpent like roads and the plush greenery.click for train schedule.
There are quite a few attractions in Simultala.
|Lodge for stay|
Patna lodge (looks like a fort), Palace of Naldanga, and court are the other coveted attractions of Simultala.
You can also go to the queen’s palace located on the outskirts of Simultala. Being located on the Chota Nagpur Plateau, the place is full of undulating lands and hillocks.
The Lattupahar is a popular one. You can go there and climb to the top of Lattupahar, to get a view of the village from that height. , about one and half km away from the Simultala railway station, at an elevation of 1000 feet, is the most imperative attraction of Simultala. The spectacle of sunset from Lattupahar is breathtaking. The shooting of the Satyajit Roy’s movie called “Surja Doba” (Sunset) was done here in Lattupahar.
Enjoy the scenic beauty around while visiting , about 6 km away from the rail line. It is believed that the water of the falls have a curative power. The wilderness of the Leelabaran falls, situated at a distance of 2 km from station, is worth seeing. The Siketia Ashram definitely deserves a visit. Another very popular falls here in Simultala is Dhirhara falls, situated in Bhoyenrogunj. The falls is 2 km away from Telba River and Telba River is 17 km away from .
Hired a vehicle and went to the place. The road was clean and black and the weather was pollution free, so it is a pleasure to make the journey. You can be sited at the roof of the vehicle, to enjoy the wind. You can also climb up some highland at river basin. One side of the river basin is covers with "Palash" flower, it’s also known as (Flame of the Forest).
|Daharara river bank|
If you are looking for some luxurious hotels for staying in Simultala, you are likely to be disappointed. There is hardly any so-called hotel in this hamlet. Yet, you need to have an idea about where to stay in Simultala before you visit the place. Simultala was one of the most popular places among the Bengalis in the earlier times. Simultala was regarded as one of the most popular health resorts. Rich Bengali people used to come to this place to spend their holidays or for retrieving their health. Many of them had even constructed bungalows in Simultala. Many of these are provided on rent now-a-days. You can book any of these before going to this beautiful village in Bihar.
You may border at railway guest house which has a little 2 bedroom building. It is mostly hired to charge electronic gadgets. There have electricity so you enjoy fan and light.
If you feel the loneliness of this area, board at guest house at walking distance from station. It is a big house like palace but there have no electricity.
Electricity: There is no electricity even in these days in Simultala. Some of the guest houses in Simultala offer generator services. However, it is always advisable to carry candles with you while going there. You will also have to face pitch-black darkness if you plan to go outside after sundown. Hence, you should carry a torch and if possible, extra batteries.
Food: Cooking yourself while in these bungalows in Simultala can be a good option. You can also ask the caretaker to help you with this process. You can also go for the roadside restaurants that offer local dishes. Besides, this place is quite well known for different types of sweets, such as chaana-murki, gulab jamun and others. You will also get the Indian snacks, such as samosas in the small shops of Simultala.
Savor the taste of the sweetmeat called “Langcha” from the shop of Gupta. The taste of this Bengali delicacy is wonderful.
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