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Kanchenjunga peeked again

Md Magem Ali
November 10, 2021 11:24 am
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Panchagarh representative.

Kanchenjunga, the third highest mountain in the world, has peeked out again from different parts of Panchagarh, the northernmost district of the country known as the daughter of the Himalayas. Over the last few days, the world’s largest Kanchenjunga, located on the border of Sikkim and Nepal in India, has been seen due to cloud cover.

Kanchenjunga seems to be inviting nature lovers with open arms to match the eye-catching beauty. As the red glow of the sun reaches the top of Kanchenjunga, it contains a red sky. It looks as if someone has scratched the forehead of the bride. Kanchenjunga changes its form from time to time as the day progresses. Kanchenjunga is well visible from sunrise to 11 pm and from 4 pm to sunset. Tetulia Dak Bungalow is a suitable place to see this breathtaking view. The fun of seeing Kanchenjunga with a cup of tea in hand is different.

Earlier, Kanchenjunga appeared from September 11 to 14 this year. Since the sky was cloudy, it was not seen again. This amazing scene has been clearly visible before the eyes since Wednesday morning. In previous years, such a scene could be seen from the beginning of October. After the sudden onset of Kanchenjunga in September this year, it spread through the media and social media and tourists from home and abroad started coming to Tentulia. But he was disappointed not to see Kanchenjunga and went back. Kanchenjunga has been clearly visible for the last few days and it has spread on Facebook. From then on, all public and private rest houses and hotels in Tentulia started booking in advance.

According to the locals, every year the locals enjoy the enchanting beauty of Kanchenjunga. This is the first time they have visited Kanchenjunga. Tourists from all over the country flock to Tentulia in November-December to enjoy the winter and Kanchenjunga scenery.

A local by the name of Ashraful Islam said that Kanchenjunga scene can be seen from dawn in the cloudless sky. This scene can be seen with the naked eye from all parts of the district. However, the best view is from the banks of the border river Mahananda adjacent to the Tentulia post bungalow and the border villages of Shalbahan and Buraburi Union. Kanchan has been clearly seen since Tuesday morning.

Mizanur Rahman, a student of Rangpur Carmichael College, said, “The view of Kanchenjunga, the last golden color of white snow in the morning sky, gives us joy. Besides, Kanchenjunga of various colors fascinates everyone during sunset. In a word, its beauty is not to be described without seeing it with one’s own eyes.

Tetulia weather monitoring officer in charge. Russell Shah said Kanchenjunga was visited every year from October 15 to December 15. This time 3/4 days appeared in September. Since then, there have been no more clouds in the sky. However, as the sky has been cloudless for the last few days, Kanchenjunga can be seen clearly from different parts of the district.