Places around Barasat with Water

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1/3 Places to Visit in Barasat with Water
Frazerganj Beach Haroa
160 kms from Barasat city limits

Frazerganj Beach of Haroa is located about 160 kms far from the main city Barasat in West Bengal.

The history behind the Frazerganj Beach is quite interesting that the name of the beach is given after by the then Lt. Governor of Bengal Andrew Frazer. Around 100 years ago, the then Lt. Governor of Bengal Andrew Frazer fell in love with this beautiful beach in Haroa that he built a lavishing bungalow near to it in a nearest village called Naraynitala. Later the Bungalow was drowned due to advancing water in Beach but this spot area became so famous because of its beauty among other bea...

2/3 Places to Visit in Barasat with Water
Hatipukur Park
Within Barasat city limits

Hati Pukur Park is a historical park located in Barasat in West Bengal. It is located only 2. 4 Kilometres far from the main city Barsat and it take only just 8 to 10 minutes to reach the fun-filled Hati Pukur Park.

The name of the park i. e, Hati Pukur here, Hati means Elephant. According to locals saying, Nawab Sirajuddoula used to make his elephants (Hatis) have bath here. From then, this waterbody is named as Hati Pukur pond. Hati Pukur pond covers an area of 3. 5 acres and it is maintained by Barasat Municipality. Currently, this Park has renovated with few new inputs like a toy...

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Siddheswari Kali Temple, Barasat
145 kms from Barasat city limits

Siddeshwari Kali Temple is a revered Kali temple located near Barasat. The Siddeshwari Kali Temple is located about 145 kms far from the main city Barasat.

According to temple records and the locals, there used to a Kali worshipper living in Himalayas had a dream in which Goddess Kali ordered him to find a Shakti Peeth to the South of his place i. e, in Bengal. While crossing river Adiganga ( the old river Ganges) through the Kumartoli area where Dacoits used to worship kali with 'bali' ( sacrifice) in these dense forests. He then made a statue with twigs, branches and the soil obtai...