Ranaghat is a city and a municipality in Nadia district in the state of West Bengal, India.
It is the headquarters of the Ranaghat subdivision. It is on the Churni River, 74 kilometres
north of Kolkata. The city is situated at an altitude of 13 m above sea level. It is compact
but one of the densely populated cities of West Bengal. In the 2011 census, Ranaghat had a
population of 235,583, out of which 119,578 were male and 116,005 were female. The effective
literacy rate for the 7+ population was 86.10%.
Ranaghat is known for its handloom industry, various types of flowers and floriculture and a flower market. Kolkata is the commercial and financial hub of East and North-East India and home to the Calcutta Stock Exchange. It is a major commercial and military port, and is the only city in eastern India, apart from Bhubaneswar to have an international airport. Once India's leading city, Kolkata experienced a steady economic decline in the decades following India's independence due to steep population increases and a rise in militant trade unionism, which included frequent strikes that were backed by left-wing parties
The climate of Ranaghat city is characterized by a hot sweltering summer, high humidity all year round, and well-distributed rainfall during the southwest monsoon season. The cold season is from about the end of November to the end of February.
The closest airport to Nadia district is the Kolkata airport which is between 100 and 160 km from different parts of the city.
Nadia is situated on the main rail route connecting Howrah/Kolkata and New Jalpaiguri(NJP)
including parts of North Eastern states, the Nadia district can easily be accessed by rail.
The major railway stations are Nabadwip Dham, Ranaghat and others with regular trains to
Kolkata/Howrah/NJP/Guwahati. The International Rail Link connecting India and Bangladesh
passes through Nadia District with Gender as the last railway station at Indian Border.
Bifurcated by National Highway-34 on the North and East, the district can also be accessed by road from other parts of the country. The regional node and the district head Quarter Krishnagar is approximately 110 kms from Kolkata and easily accessible with regular bus service from Kolkata and North Bengal quite convenient for visitors.
The closest branch to Ranaghat is located in Kolkata and is at a distance of 78 km from Ranaghat. The proximity to the branch makes it convenient for customers to comfortably use their services.
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