It is a well-known historical site in the Neturia Block, 60 kilometres from Purulia town. The remnants of various forts erected by the Panchakot rulers around 1600 A.D. may be found here. The remains of the Panchakote Palace are a quiet testament to the Bargi attack in the 18th century. Garhpanchakote is located in the eastern portion of India at the foothills of Panchakote in the district of Purulia, West Bengal. The melodic chirping and symphony of many species of birds fill this remote, calm, and serene valley. Garhpanchakote is a testament to a rich old historical legacy, in addition to nature's stunning beauty. The Panchakote Hill is also home to a plethora of zoological wonders.
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