Simultala is a hamlet in Bihar in India. It is a famous as a health resort. The temperate climate is inviting. In the past, people used to stay here for months. These days, they stay for a few days only in fear of devoloping crime happened to the tourists.
Shimultala, though on the Main Line of Eastern Railway is yet to develop. It is still a virgin country with valleys. hillocks, brooks and rivulets. Electricity is scarce and at this age, Mobile Phone signals are very weak to absent. Here you get tranquility, solitude and peace seldom found else where. The sound of silence, the far bigger sky dotted with innumerable twinkling stars and the pristine settings makes one go back to the nostalgic past. There is not much of site seeing involved. This is a place where one goes for lazy walks mile after mile through forest and hillocks and come back refreshed. Drinking the water of the wells make one hungry even a few hours after a sumptuous meal. You only sit back with your favorite book or with your family or with your friends and friend's friend and watch time go by. Visit here to get a refreshing weather anytime of the year. Local people are cozy in welcoming and food is cheap and best. Look for the mammoth old buildings mostly deserted but great in style.
Simultala is 348 km from Howrah. It is on the Howrah-Delhi mainline route. Some of the trains which stop at Simultala are as follows.
There are picturesque place around to make the journey to Simultala a worthwhile experience.To visit places around, auto rickshaw, hired car, cycle rickshaw and tongas are available at the raiways station. Regular auto rickshaw runs from Simulatla to Telwa bazar, which is a market place situated at 4 km from the Simultala railway station.
Food is one of the best things you get in Simultala. Chhanna-Murki is very famous and delicious sweet. Other than this, Gulab Jaamun, Bundiya, Nimaki, Ganthiya are good as snack and sweets. Kachaudi and Jalebi is a stapled breakfast that people have it when they visit this place. For lunch, you get rice, daal, sabji and aaloo chokha as regular stuff. For dinner, roti and sabji with some milkmaid items, like kheer, sebayi, halwa are typical.
There has been Naxalite Activity in the area. Please inform the nearest police station when visiting. Or if possiablle stay in JHAJHA or Deoghar insteatof Shimultala, Enjoy the day only, as elericity is a big problem there as well as transport only trains can help you, anyway this is place you can see the demolition economics there this very painfull to see the old locked industrise.....