A few of the numerous temples that surround the main temple at Bakreshwar
Birbhum is a district in the western Rarh region of West Bengal. Birhum is famous for its folk culture, especially the itinerant singers known as bauls. The district is also known as "Ranga Matir desh" because of its reddish soil.
The western part of the district bordering on Jharkhand state is hilly. The eastern part of the district is alluvial plain, often flooded during the monsoons.
Siuri is famous for a sweetmeat - morabba- and for pickles. Morabba is made of various vegetable/fruit items preserved in a sugar base - pataler motabba, beler motabba, chal kumror morabba (known as petha in Agra), sata mulir morabba, amlokir morabba and so on. These are available in the sweetmeat shops.
If you are the adventurous type try the fresh toddy juice as the tappers bring it down early in the morning beside highways in the rural areas. Warning: Once it is late fermentaion sets in. Avoid country liquor shops.
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