Located on the west bank of the Hooghly River flowing through West Bengal, is a charming city which is a world famous attraction. The name is derived from a Bengali word, Haor, which covers an area of about 1500 square kilometers of the state to explore it. Howrah has become an exciting place, not only does it remain a famous tourist destination in the country, the city is for big things, but it can never give up its super-attractive and heart-touching culture. The number of tourists each time attracts a new sight seeing.
Apart from being an naturally beautiful industrial city, Howrah is also developing as a stronghold of education, although there are many universities here, this tree is spread in many areas. There is a lot of migratory birds here in Santragachhi lake and this place is worth seeing among the photographers. And it is quite popular among the locals that the time of Durga Puja is considered to be the best for visiting Howrah. This festival is celebrated with great gaiety here.
Durga Puja, Dussehra, Kali Puja and Diwali are some of the popular festivals in the region. During the festive season, a large quantity of Bengali sweets are prepared and its popularity is spread across India, so people go to Howrah to see Durga Puja with their family members or friends. Howrah is a tourist destination.
|S.No||Tehsil / Taluk Name||District Name||State Name|
|1||Amta - II||Howrah||West Bengal|
|2||Bally Jagachha||Howrah||West Bengal|
|9||Uluberia - I||Howrah||West Bengal|
|10||Uluberia - II||Howrah||West Bengal|
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