Bibhutibhusan library was established in 1950 in the honour of the great Bengali writer Bibhutibhushan Bandopadhyay. In the year 1930, he visited Galudih from Kolkata during one of his weekend holiday and developed a liking for this place. He included the descriptions of mesmerizing beauty of this place in many of his literary works.
Phuldungiri is a beautiful hillock situated at a little distance from Galudih. A spiral pathway takes the tourists atop the hill. Abundant Sal trees cover this hill and pathway is adorned with red pebbles.
Burudih lake was created during the British rule in India. A number of speed and paddle boats take the tourists on a voyage in the lake. On the bank of the lake, Binda Mela is celebrated every year in the month of October. The place is also famous for housing a famous stone known as Panch Pandav.
Ratmohona is located on the bank of Subernarekha River. The place offers mesmerizing views of sunrise and sunsets.
Dharagiri waterfall descends down from Dharagiri hill from a height of about 20 feet. Prehistoric stone carvings and a Kali temple are the famous tourist attractions of this place. It is also a famous picnic spot owing to its hilly forest terrain.
Temple Complex of Royal Dhalbhum Palace
The place is famed for a number of ancient temples including Dashbhuja temple, Tribeniswar and Langta Kotal Mandir. The temple belongs to the royal family.
Ruins of Rajbari are also located in Galudih.
Other Tourist Places in Galudih
Other tourist attractions of Galudih enlist Galudih dam, Shalpial forest, majestic hills and the beautiful landscape around Subarnarekha River. There are a number of enchanting places near Galudih which can be easily reached from this place. Panchapandav Mountain, Ghatshila and temple of Rukminidevi are situated very near to Galudih. Another captivating site near Galudih is the confluence of river and the sea.
Long walks along the waters of Galudih in the calm and pleasant weather are immensely pleasing. Galudih is an excellent destination for nature lovers. Wandering in the forest areas of Galudih is a refreshing experience. The forests of this region also houses deer and elephant which descend down from the mountains for drinking water in the pools of the villages. Important hills near Galudih are Phuldungri, Rukmini hill and Nekra Dungri which treat the trekkers in a wondrous way. A number of mountain rivers come down from Dharagri mountain ranges as waterfalls. Autumn is the best time to visit this charming place.