Many historical and religious places can be seen in the India’s first heritage village of Paragpur. There is a beautiful pond named Taal situated in the middle of the village.
A large temple and water pond are situated at a place named Rani Tal in the centre of Nahan town, which is a beautiful picnic spot. Ducks and cranes enhance the beauty of this site manifold.
The evergreen Barahamakamal, which is believed to be enshrined by Lord Shiva, blooms above the chopped idol of Lord Ganesha inside this cave.
People who come to Gurej valley also visit to see the gateway. It is also called the central part of the valley. Nestled in the lap of hills, this gateway resonates with the sound of flowing rivers.