Well, you love watching rainbows across the horizons. This time, nature riddled us with its colours. A rainbow on the Bamni falls, arching over the mighty rocks, a visual treat you would not come across too often. As we descended over the rocks, balancing our way down, the rays of the March sun peered through the canopy of leaves. Nature has presented its colours through beauty and rage across seasons and time. And this time, it was different, something that one could paint through imaginations in wild fantasies.
The Bamni falls remains one of the places to explore when you are in Purulia. Nested on the way to Baghmundi, 52 Km. from the city, a secluded place can refine your conscience with the serenity of rugged nature. Before you reach the falls, you need to make your way across boulders and rivulets, crossing your path. Springtime in the hills is what poets and nature lovers have admired over the ages. And Purulia gives you a valid reason. Shrouded by dense vegetation, the flora comes has been home for birds of various species. You will find refreshments as you descend down the irregular slope, a few locals offering to be your guides. It is a great place to laze away a few hours with your friends or family.
I am not sure whether this was a ‘moment in a million years’, yet I find myself lucky enough to catch nature’s colours descend down the horizons on the rocks. Located close to the Bareria village, the perennial fall is not far from the Ayodhya Hills. Try out your luck when you are in Purulia.