Behala is the south-western town of Kolkata in West Bengal's Indian Province. Behala's large suburb houses the State Archeological Museum, which exhibits regional objects from Stone Age tools to medieval thumbnails.
Behala is one of the city's oldest suburban districts. The area is now being placed on the map by daily salaried workers, the general public, and educated classes, with huge population growth, especially since the early 1980s. The region has been at the radar of both the day-to-day wages, the common people, and educated classes, especially since the early eighties.
Pleasant to hot and reduced to low precipitation. In Behala, the maximum mean temperatures in April are 35°C, and in December, the lowest temperature is 26°C. It is rainy sometimes there, which makes it humid.
Behala is open to numerous ways to reach by:
The nearest railway station to Behala is Brace Bridge Railway Station, Majerhat Railway Station.
Behala Bus Station, Acharya P.C. Roy Rd Bus Station, D.H. Rd Bus Station, Bus station Rabindranagar are located close by Behala Bus Station.
From Behala to Kolkata, You may approach different buses. The recent collapse of the Majerhat Bridge, one of the main roads between Behala and Calcutta, led to huge traffic jams.
The closest branch of Agarwal Packers and Movers Behala is approximately 35 km.
Agarwal Packers and Movers Behala
DLF Galleria, 8 No, Major Arterial Road, South East Extension,
BL-AF, Flat DGK-514, 5th Floor, Kolkata, West Bengal - 700156