West Bengal is a complete representation of the Indian subcontinent. The rich culture of the state binds the population together through its unique unity in diversity offering matchless geographical variety to its visitors. Darjeeling, its northern end, is embraced by the arms of the mighty Himalayas. The Dooars in the foothills are rich in forests and wildlife. The unconquerable river Ganga flows across the state's rich alluvial plains to reach the Bay of Bengal in the south, through the vast swamps of The Sundarbans, home of the majestic Royal Bengal Tiger. The Bay of Bengal itself offers several pristine beaches. In between are various towns and cities, including the capital city of Kolkata, which offer myriad dimensions of religion, culture, heritage, attractions and society at large. Please navigate below through the districts of West Bengal to check out the various attractions which should be a must-see on your visits to this unique land.