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Nadia
Nadia
district (Pron: nɔd̪iːaː) (Bengali: নদিয়া জেলা) is a district of the state of West Bengal, in eastern India. It borders Bangladesh
Bangladesh
to the east, North 24 Parganas and Hooghly districts to the south, Bardhaman
Bardhaman
to the west, and Murshidabad to the north.

Contents

1 History 2 Geography

2.1 Important towns

3 Divisions

3.1 Administrative subdivisions

3.1.1 Krishnanagar Sadar Subdivision 3.1.2 Kalyani subdivision 3.1.3 Ranaghat
Ranaghat
subdivision 3.1.4 Tehatta
Tehatta
subdivision

3.2 Assembly constituencies

4 Constituencies

4.1 Impact of delimitation of constituencies

5 Transport

5.1 Rail

6 Demographics

6.1 Religions 6.2 Flora and fauna

7 References 8 External links

History[edit] Nabadwip, a town in Nadia
Nadia
district, is often referred to as “Oxford of Bengal”.[2] Chaitanya Mahaprabhu
Chaitanya Mahaprabhu
(b.1486–d.1534) was born in Nabadwip. One of the Indian schools of logic (Tarka sastra) called Navya Nyaya system was developed in Nabadwip, which produced great logicians in the 15th century. Nabadwip
Nabadwip
was an important seat of political power in Bengal under Ballal Sen and later Lakshman Sen, kings of the Sena Empire, who ruled from 1159 to 1206.[3] In 1202, Nabadwip
Nabadwip
was captured by Bakhtiyar Khilji. This victory paved the way for Muslim rule in Bengal.[4] Nabadwip
Nabadwip
and some other places in Nadia were centres of learning and intellectual prowess. It was the place where Lord Chaitanya Mahaprabhu, a major Hindu saint, reformer was born and lived. The religious atmosphere of Nabadwip
Nabadwip
is a combination of Vaishnava, Shakta, Buddhist, Shaiva. The main festival of Nabadwip is "Rash Utsab" (Rasa lila). It is also known as "Pat Purnima" or "Rash Kali Puja" or "Shakta Rash". The varieties of Baishnaba, Shakta, Saiba Pratima (Idols) attracts every one. Geography[edit] Important towns[edit] Krishnanagar is the district headquarters of Nadia. It is located on the bank of Jalangi River. Krishnanagar is named after Raja Krishnachandra Roy (1728–1782). This was also a cultural heritage town of ancient Bengal. Nabadwip
Nabadwip
was the capital of Bengal under Ballal Sen and later Lakshman Sen, the famous rulers of the Sena Empire, who ruled from 1159 to 1206.[3] Kalyani is another important city and only smart city of this district. It was identified (and named) by Bidhan Chandra Roy
Bidhan Chandra Roy
to act as an alternative to the city of Kolkata, from which it is about 50 km away. Kalyani also known of education, industrial hub & medical hub in this district. Ranaghat, situated 74 kilometres north of Kolkata
Kolkata
on the bank of Churni River, is famous for its railway communication. Before the Indo - Bangladesh
Bangladesh
partition it was the most important junction station of Sealdah– Ranaghat
Ranaghat
line. Santipur
Santipur
is a very old and popular city in Nadia
Nadia
district. This small town has been declared a city recently. The fort area of this city, also known as Daak-Gharh (calling or gathering room) is thought to have been built by Raja Krishnachandra of Nadia. Chakdaha
Chakdaha
is also an important and old town of this district. Birnagar
Birnagar
is also an important town and oldest municipality of this district. Poet Nabinchandra Sen, writer Rajshekhar Basu (Parashuram) and Bhakti Vinod Thakur are famous person of Birnagar
Birnagar
area. Badkulla
Badkulla
is also an important semi town of this district situated at a distance of 10 kilometres from district headquarters Krishnnaagar. Bethuadahari
Bethuadahari
is an important town of this district. This place is very much famous for Bethuadahari
Bethuadahari
Wildlife Sanctuary. Palashipara is an important semi town of Nadia
Nadia
in the bank of Jalangi River. Shyamnagar
Shyamnagar
is near Palashipara. Its a popular village. Its Pincode is 751155. Siddheswaritala Institution is here. Tehatta
Tehatta
is another subdivisional town of the district. It is the newest subdivision in the district of Nadia. Palashi
Palashi
is a historical town of Nadia
Nadia
adjacent with Murshidabad District. Palashi
Palashi
Monument was erected there in memory of the infamous for the Battle of Plassey. Shimurali
Shimurali
is also a town and railway station of Nadia
Nadia
district. It has renowned for its cleanness and simplicity and it has 150 year old Terracotta
Terracotta
temple near palpara. A government B.Ed college is there. Divisions[edit] Administrative subdivisions[edit] The district comprises four subdivisions: Krishnanagar Sadar, Kalyani, Ranaghat
Ranaghat
and Tehatta. Krishnanagar Sadar subdivision
Krishnanagar Sadar subdivision
consists of Krishnanagar municipality, Nabadwip
Nabadwip
municipality and seven community development blocks: Kaliganj, Nakashipara, Chapra, Krishnanagar–I, Krishnanagar–II, Nabadwip
Nabadwip
and Krishnaganj. Kalyani subdivision consists of Chakdaha
Chakdaha
municipality, Gayespur
Gayespur
municipality, Kalyani municipality and two community development blocks: Chakdaha
Chakdaha
and Haringhata. Ranaghat
Ranaghat
subdivision consists of Shantipur
Shantipur
municipality, Ranaghat
Ranaghat
municipality, Birnagar
Birnagar
municipality and four community development blocks: Hanskhali, Shantipur, Ranaghat–I and Ranaghat–II. Tehatta
Tehatta
subdivision consists of four community development blocks: Karimpur–I, Karimpur–II, Tehatta–I and Tehatta–II.[5] Krishnanagar is the district headquarters. There are 19 police stations, 17 development blocks, 8 municipalities, 187 gram panchayats and 2639 villages in this district.[5][6] Other than municipality area, each subdivision contains community development blocks which in turn are divided into rural areas and census towns. In total there are 29 urban units: 8 municipalities and 15 census towns and two notified areas.[7] Ranaghat, Aistala, Satigachha, Nasra and Cooper's Camp
Cooper's Camp
together forms Ranaghat
Ranaghat
urban agglomeration. Nabadwip, Char Maijdia
Char Maijdia
and Char Brahmanagar
Char Brahmanagar
forms Nabadwip
Nabadwip
UA. Chakdaha, Gopalpur and Parbbatipur
Parbbatipur
forms Chakdaha
Chakdaha
UA. Krishnanagar and Badkulla
Badkulla
together forms Krishnanagar UA. Birnagar, Phulia
Phulia
and Taherpur
Taherpur
together forms Birnagar
Birnagar
UA. Krishnanagar Sadar Subdivision[edit]

Krishnanagar: municipality Nabadwip: municipality Kaliganj (Community development block)
Kaliganj (Community development block)
consists of rural areas only with 15 gram panchayats. Nakashipara (Community development block)
Nakashipara (Community development block)
consists of rural areas with 15 gram panchayats and two census town: Jagadanandapur
Jagadanandapur
and Kshidirpur. Chapra, Nadia
Nadia
(Community development block) consists of rural areas with only 13 gram panchayats. Krishnanagar I (Community development block)
Krishnanagar I (Community development block)
consists of rural areas with 12 gram panchayats and one census town: Baruihuda. Krishnanagar II (Community development block)
Krishnanagar II (Community development block)
consists of rural areas only with 7 gram panchayats. Nabadwip
Nabadwip
(Community development block) consists of rural areas with 8 gram panchayats and three census towns: Bablari Dewanganj, Char Maijdia and Char Brahmanagar. Krishnaganj (Community development block)
Krishnaganj (Community development block)
consists of rural areas only with 7 gram panchayats.

Kalyani subdivision[edit]

Chakdaha: municipality Kalyani: municipality Gayespur: municipality Haringhata: municipality Chakdaha
Chakdaha
(Community development block) consists of rural areas with 17 gram panchayats and two census towns: Darappur
Darappur
and Madanpur and Chanduria - Nadia. Haringhata
Haringhata
(Community development block) consists of rural areas only with 10 gram panchayats and two census towns: Nimtala and Nagarukhra.

Ranaghat
Ranaghat
subdivision[edit]

Shantipur: municipality Ranaghat: municipality Birnagar: municipality Taherpur: municipality Cooper's Camp: municipality Badkulla: gram panchayet Hanskhali (Community development block)
Hanskhali (Community development block)
consists of rural areas only with 13 gram panchayats. Santipur
Santipur
(Community development block) consists of rural areas with 10 gram panchayats and one census town, Phulia. Ranaghat
Ranaghat
I (Community development block) consists of rural areas with 10 gram panchayats and four census towns: Aistala, Satigachha, Gopalpur and Parbbatipur Ranaghat
Ranaghat
II (Community development block) consists of rural areas with 14 gram panchayats and one census town: Nasra

Tehatta
Tehatta
subdivision[edit]

Karimpur I (Community development block)
Karimpur I (Community development block)
consists of rural areas with 8 gram panchayats and one census town: Karimpur. Karimpur
Karimpur
II (Community development block) consists of rural areas only with 10 gram panchayats. Tehatta
Tehatta
I (Community development block) consists of rural areas only with 11 gram panchayats. Tehatta
Tehatta
II (Community development block) consists of rural areas only with 7 gram panchayats.

Santipur
Santipur
is about 16 km from Krishnanagar, the headquarters of Nadia
Nadia
District, in West Bengal. The place has a prominent place in the history of Bengali literature. It is famous as the birthplace of Krittibas, who first translated the epic Ramayana from Sanskrit to Bengali in verses. The residence of Krittibas is now converted into Krittibas Memorial Community Hall cum Museum Library. Adjacent to this is a Gofa, the place of worship of Thakur Haridas. The Ganges River flows close to the town. Santipur
Santipur
is also famous for producing Tangail Saree and Raas Utsaab. The town of Plassey has a memorial of the Battle of Plassey
Battle of Plassey
, which took place on 23 June 1757, on the riverbanks of the Bhagirathi River, about 150 km north of Calcutta, near Murshidabad, then the capital of the Nawab of Bengal. marking a decisive victory for the British East India
East India
Company over Siraj Ud Daulah, the last independent Nawab of Bengal and his French allies. Assembly constituencies[edit] The district is divided into 15 assembly constituencies:[8]

Karimpur
Karimpur
(assembly constituency no. 77), Tehatta
Tehatta
(assembly constituency no. 78), Palashipara (assembly constituency no. 79), Kaliganj (assembly constituency no. 80), Nakshipara (assembly constituency no. 81), Chapra (assembly constituency no. 82), Krishnanagar Uttar (assembly constituency no. 83), Nabadwip
Nabadwip
(assembly constituency no. 84), Krishnanagar Dakshin (assembly constituency no. 85), Santipur
Santipur
(assembly constituency no. 86), Ranaghat
Ranaghat
Uttar Paschim (assembly constituency no. 87), Krishnaganj
Krishnaganj
(SC) (assembly constituency no. 88), Ranaghat
Ranaghat
Uttar Purba (SC) (assembly constituency no. 89), Ranaghat
Ranaghat
Dakshin (SC) (assembly constituency no. 90), Chakdaha
Chakdaha
(assembly constituency no. 91), Kalyani (SC) (assembly constituency no. 92) and Haringhata
Haringhata
(SC) (assembly constituency no. 93).

Krishnaganj, Ranaghat
Ranaghat
Dakshin, Kalyani, Haringhata, Ranaghat
Ranaghat
Uttar Purba and Kaliganj constituencies are reserved for Scheduled Castes (SC) candidates. Along with six assembly constituencies from Murshidabad
Murshidabad
district, Karimpur
Karimpur
assembly constituency forms the Murshidabad
Murshidabad
( Lok Sabha
Lok Sabha
constituency). Palashipara, Nakashipara, Kaliganj, Chapra, Krishnaganj, Krishnanagar East and Krishnanagar West constituencies form the Krishnagar ( Lok Sabha
Lok Sabha
constituency). Nabadwip, Shantipur, Hanskhali, Ranaghat
Ranaghat
East, Ranaghat
Ranaghat
West, Chakdaha
Chakdaha
and Haringhata
Haringhata
assembly constituencies form the Nabadwip
Nabadwip
(Lok Sabha constituency), which is reserved for Scheduled Castes (SC) candidates. Constituencies[edit] Impact of delimitation of constituencies[edit] As per order of the Delimitation Commission in respect of the delimitation of constituencies in the West Bengal, the district will be divided into 17 assembly constituencies:[9]

Karimpur
Karimpur
(assembly constituency no. 77), Tehatta
Tehatta
(assembly constituency no. 78), Palashipara (assembly constituency no. 79), Kaliganj (assembly constituency no. 80), Nakshipara (assembly constituency no. 81), Chapra (assembly constituency no. 82), Krishnanagar Uttar (assembly constituency no. 83), Nabadwip
Nabadwip
(assembly constituency no. 84), Krishnanagar Dakshin (assembly constituency no. 85), Santipur
Santipur
(assembly constituency no. 86), Ranaghat
Ranaghat
Uttar Paschim (assembly constituency no. 87), Krishnaganj
Krishnaganj
(SC) (assembly constituency no. 88), Ranaghat
Ranaghat
Uttar Purba (SC) (assembly constituency no. 89), Ranaghat
Ranaghat
Dakshin (SC) (assembly constituency no. 90), Chakdaha
Chakdaha
(assembly constituency no. 91), Shimurali, Kalyani (SC) (assembly constituency no. 92) and Haringhata
Haringhata
(SC) (assembly constituency no. 93).

Transport[edit] Rail[edit] Nabadwip
Nabadwip
Dham is 65 km from Bandel, 105 km from Howrah
Howrah
and 112 km from Sealdah
Sealdah
on the Bandel-Katwa-Azimganj (B.A.K Loop Line) section of Eastern Railway.[10] It has three Railway Stations as Nabadwip
Nabadwip
Dham railway station (NDAE), Bishnupriya (VSPR) of Howrah Division and Nabadwip
Nabadwip
Ghat (NDF) of Sealdah
Sealdah
Division. Krishnanagar City Junction is 100 km from Sealdah
Sealdah
on the Sealdah-Lalgola Section of Eastern Railway.Important express trains which has stoppage at Krishnanagar City Junction are Kalinarayanpur Junction is 78 km from Sealdah
Sealdah
on the sealdha-lalgola section of Eastern Railway. It is inportent station in nadia district.From this station Santipur
Santipur
railway branch divided.It is situated near Churni River. Ranaghat
Ranaghat
Junction is 74 km from Sealdah
Sealdah
on the Sealdah-Lalgola Section of Eastern Railway.It is the biggest railway station of Nadia District on the basis of huge number passenger and many trains availability. Kalyani Junction is 46 km from Sealdah
Sealdah
on the Sealdah
Sealdah
Main route & 3 station inside the city- Silpanchal, Ghoshsapra & Simanta.This station is very popular for University, Colleges,Schools and Hospitals. Santipur
Santipur
Junction is connected by a branch line to the main suburban network. Demographics[edit] According to the 2011 census Nadia
Nadia
district has a population of 5,168,488,[11] roughly equal to the United Arab Emirates[12] or the US state of Colorado.[13] This gives it a ranking of 18th in India (out of a total of 640).[11] The district has a population density of 1,316 inhabitants per square kilometre (3,410/sq mi) .[11] Its population growth rate over the decade 2001-2011 was 12.24%.[11] Nadia has a sex ratio of 947 females for every 1000 males,[11] and a literacy rate of 75.58%.[11] See also: List of West Bengal
West Bengal
districts ranked by literacy rate Religions[edit]

Religions of Nadia
Nadia
(2011)[14]    Hinduism
Hinduism
(72.15%)    Islam
Islam
(26.76%)    Christian
Christian
(0.65%)    Sikhism
Sikhism
(0.02%)    Buddhism
Buddhism
(0.01%)    Jainism
Jainism
(0.01%)   Others (0.33%)   No Particular Religion (0.07%)

Flora and fauna[edit] In 1980 Nadia
Nadia
district became home to the Bethuadahari
Bethuadahari
Wildlife Sanctuary, which has an area of 0.7 km2 (0.3 sq mi).[15] References[edit]

^ "District-specific Literates and Literacy Rates, 2001". Registrar General, India, Ministry of Home Affairs. Retrieved 10 October 2010.  ^ Cotton, H.E.A., Calcutta Old and New, 1909/1980, p1, General Printers and Publishers Pvt. Ltd. ^ a b Official district website ^ Tourist Department Archived 9 February 2010 at the Wayback Machine. ^ a b "Directory of District, Sub division, Panchayat Samiti/ Block and Gram Panchayats in West Bengal, March 2008". West Bengal. National Informatics Centre, India. 19 March 2008. Archived from the original on 25 February 2009. Retrieved 30 November 2008.  ^ "District Profile". Official website of the Nadia
Nadia
district. Retrieved 30 November 2008.  ^ "Population, Decadal Growth Rate, Density and General Sex Ratio by Residence and Sex, West Bengal/ District/ Sub District, 1991 and 2001". West Bengal. Directorate of census operations. Retrieved 12 November 2008.  ^ "General election to the Legislative Assembly, 2001 – List of Parliamentary and Assembly Constituencies" (PDF). West Bengal. Election Commission of India. Archived from the original (PDF) on 4 May 2006. Retrieved 22 November 2008.  ^ "Press Note, Delimitation Commission" (PDF). Assembly Constituencies in West Bengal. Delimitation Commission. Retrieved 22 November 2008.  ^ Eastern Railway time table. ^ a b c d e f "District Census 2011". Census2011.co.in. 2011. Retrieved 30 September 2011.  ^ US Directorate of Intelligence. "Country Comparison:Population". Retrieved 1 October 2011. United Arab Emirates
United Arab Emirates
5,148,664  ^ "2010 Resident Population Data". U.S. Census Bureau. Retrieved 30 September 2011. Colorado
Colorado
5,029,196  ^ " Nadia
Nadia
Religion 2011". Retrieved 22 March 2017.  ^ Indian Ministry of Forests and Environment. "Protected areas: West Bengal". Archived from the original on 23 August 2011. Retrieved 25 September 2011. 

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Places adjacent to Nadia
Nadia
district

Murshidabad
Murshidabad
district

Bardhaman
Bardhaman
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Bangladesh

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Cities, towns and locations in Nadia
Nadia
District

Cities, municipal and census towns

Krishnanagar Sadar subdivision

Bablari Dewanganj Baruihuda Chapra Char Brahmanagar Char Maijdia Jagadanandapur Krishnanagar Kshidirpur Nabadwip

Kalyani subdivision

Chakdaha Darappur Gayespur Haringhata Kalyani Madanpur

Ranaghat
Ranaghat
subdivision

Aistala Badkulla Bagula Birnagar Cooper's Camp Gopalpur Nasra Parbbatipur Phulia Ranaghat Shantipur Satigachha Taherpur

Tehatta
Tehatta
subdivision

Karimpur Tehatta

Locations other than cities and towns

Krishnanagar Sadar subdivision

Asannagar Bangaljhi Bethuadahari Dhubulia Debagram Dignagar Ghurni Kaliganj Krishnaganj Majhdia Mayapur Nakashipara Palashi Taraknagar

Kalyani subdivision

Mohanpur Ukrah

Ranaghat
Ranaghat
subdivision

Bahirgachi Dhantala Duttapulia Gangnapur Gazna Hanshkhali Mayurhat Nokari Panikhali

Tehatta
Tehatta
subdivision

Baruipara Betai Hogalbaria Iswarchandrapur Kishorpur Mahish Bathan Murutia Palashipara Rahmatpur Thanapara Topla

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Capital: Kolkata

History

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Bangladesh
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movement Nadia
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Raj

Geography

Darjeeling
Darjeeling
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Siliguri
Corridor

Governance

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Division and Districts

Burdwan division

Birbhum Hooghly Paschim Bardhaman Purba Bardhaman

Jalpaiguri
Jalpaiguri
division

Alipurduar Cooch Behar Darjeeling Jalpaiguri Kalimpong

Malda division

Dakshin Dinajpur Maldah Murshidabad Uttar Dinajpur

Medinipur division

Bankura Jhargram Paschim Medinipur Purba Medinipur Purulia

Presidency division

Howrah Kolkata Nadia North 24 Parganas South 24 Parganas

Cities and towns

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Culture

Bônggabdô (calendar) Baul Bhadu Gombhira Chau dance Cuisine Rabindra Sangeet Rabindra Nritya Natya Dolyatra Pohela Baishakh Durgapuja Language Literature Cinema Jatra Ghosts in Bengali culture

Demographics

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People

Rabindranath Tagore Satyajit Ray Kazi Nazrul Islam Anil Kumar Gain Ritwik Ghatak Subhas Chandra Bose Jamini Roy Nandalal Bose Jagdish Chandra Bose Meghnad Saha Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay

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Kokrajhar Dhubri Goalpara Bongaigaon Barpeta Darrang Morigaon Nagaon Cachar Karimganj Hailakandi Kamrup North Cachar Hills

Bihar

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Delhi

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Karnataka

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Kerala

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Madhya Pradesh

Bhopal

Maharashtra

Parbhani Buldana Washim Hingoli

Manipur

Thoubal Senapati Tamenglong Churachandpur Ukhrul Chandel

Meghalaya

West Garo Hills

Mizoram

Lawngtlai Mamit

Odisha

Gajapati

Sikkim

North

Uttar Pradesh

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district topics

General

Bethuadahari
Bethuadahari
Wildlife Sanctuary Gopal Bhar

History

Battle of Plassey Lakshman Sen Sena dynasty

Religion

Chaitanya Mahaprabhu Gaudiya Math International Society for Krishna Consciousness

Subdivisions

Kalyani Krishnanagar Ranaghat Tehatta

Municipalities

Gayespur Kalyani Haringhata Krishnanagar Nabadwip Ranaghat Shantipur

Community development blocks

Krishnanagar Sadar

Kaliganj Nakashipara Chapra Krishnanagar I Krishnanagar II Nabadwip Krishnaganj

Ranaghat

Hanskhali Santipur Ranaghat
Ranaghat
I Ranaghat
Ranaghat
II

Tehatta

Karimpur
Karimpur
I Karimpur
Karimpur
II Tehatta
Tehatta
I Tehatta
Tehatta
II

Kalyani

Chakdaha Haringhata

Rivers

Churni Bhagirathi Ichamati Jalangi Jamuna River (West Bengal)

Transport

NH 34 Eastern Railway zone Kolkata
Kolkata
Suburban Railway Sealdah– Ranaghat
Ranaghat
line Lalgola and Gede branch lines

Railway Stations

Gede Ranaghat

Institutes of higher learning

Indian Institute of Science Education and Research, Kolkata University of Kalyani Bidhan Chandra Krishi Viswavidyalaya Kalyani Government Engineering College

Lok Sabha
Lok Sabha
constituencies

Krishnanagar Ranaghat Nabadwip
Nabadwip
– now defunct

Vidhan Sabha constituencies

Karimpur Tehatta Palashipara Kaliganj Nakashipara Chapra Krishnanagar Uttar Nabadwip Krishnanagar Dakshin Santipur Ranaghat
Ranaghat
Uttar Paschim Krishnaganj Ranaghat
Ranaghat
Uttar Purba Ranaghat
Ranaghat
Dakshin Chakdaha Kalyani Haringhata

Former Vidhan Sabha constituencies

Hanskhali

See also

Cities, towns and locations in Nadia
Nadia
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Nadia
district Villages in Nadia
Nadia
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Coordinates: 23°24′N 88°30′E / 23.4°N 88.5°E

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