Posted on 3 Comments

Uttar Pradesh (Lucknow) database

Lucknow

Uttar Pradesh is the state having countless cities for tourist attraction. Lucknow is the city become famous in couple of years. This capital city of UP (Uttar Pradesh) is administrative headquarter of UP. Lucknow is also identified as artistic and multicultural capital of UP. Nowadays city is turned as big center for commerce, pharmaceuticals, aerospace, design, technology, culture, music, tourism and poetry. City got popularity of fastest job-creation center as well.

The altitude of this tourist place is 123.45 meters from the sea level. The city is spread in 310.1 km2 area surrounded District Barabanki on eastern side. In west side the city is approaching Unnao district. In south Raebareli and north Sitapur exist. Gomti River flows through the city so visitors will take pleasure of various tourist attractions in Lucknow.

This city of Nawab was the part of Awadh region in 1350 AD and ruled by Mughal Empire, Delhi Sultanate, Nawabs of Awadh, and BEIC (British East India Company). Lucknow played the vital role in revolution of India as well. This tourist place was the main center of rebellion of 1857 against British East India Company.

Lucknow is recognized as city of Nawab which means many rulers of Muslim community ruled the city for longer period. Asaf-Ud-Dowlah and Nawab Saadat Khan II are some big names of the rulers of Lucknow in different periods. Historical background of the city is huge as countless rulers administered the city at regular intervals. The detail study about the city is available at various other sources that users can access. Here we will discuss about the popularity as well as the best tourist locations of the famous and big city Lucknow.

Attraction in Lucknow

Bara Imambara:

This famous spot of Lucknow was constructed in 1784 by the Asaf-ud-Daula the 4th Nawab of Awadh.

British Residency:

Another spot is British Residency popular for historical mark of the city. The Archaeological Survey has declared it as a protected monument of this tourist place. Tourist can learn about the living standard of British company by visiting this residency.

Chattar Manzil:

This impressive structural building of Nawabs is next tourist spot. One of the best locations of Lucknow is Chattar Manzil. The different architecture of building is the special thing to watch in this Indian tourist place.

 

Jama Masjid:

This mosque was constructed by Sultan Ahmed Shah in 1423. This finest yellow stone building is famous for complex architectural design and style.

 

Rumi Darwaza:

Another location for visitors is Rumi Darwaza. Year of construction was 1784 done under the supervision of Nawab Asaf-ud-daula. By watching this big door tourist might get the idea about the architectural development style of Awadh.

 

Clock Tower:

This tower is located among Chhota Imambara and the Bara Imambara. Construction of the tower was done by Nasir-ud-Din Haider Nawab in 1880. The tower is famous because of India’s tallest Clock placed on the tower and even the height of tower is also higher comparing to other towers of India.

Moti Mahal (Pearls Palace):

place is Among most beautiful monuments of this tourist city is Moti Mahal comes on the top list. Saadat Ali Khan Nawab constructed this place for his royal living. Because of amazing structural design and countless pearls used during the construction, this place is recognized as Pearls Palace. Visiting Moti Mahal allow visitors to visit border area such as Gomti. The stunning view of Lucknow from Gomti could be most memorable time for travelers. The reason behind construction of Moti Mahal was to watch flying birds and spend time on vacations. This palace is having two other buildings such as Mubarak Manzil and Shah Manzil. However the construction of two buildings was done later by Ghazi-ud-din Haider Nawab.

Lakshman Tila:

According to legends Lord Rama and his brother Lakshman did the groundwork of Lucknow. Earlier the place was named as Lakshmanpur, but later changed to Lakshman TIla. People also believe that Lucknow is the place where Lord human settled later.

Hussainabad Imambara:

The Imambara Hussainabad is the big tourist location of Lucknow. Construction was done by Mohammed Ali Shah in 1837. Travelers can visit to tombs of Nawab Mohammed Ali and his mother. The monument walls are decorated in Arabic poetry carved wonderfully by professional craftsmen. White dome and pillars is the special thing to watch in Imambara. Structure of Imambara is amazing comparing to other tombs or monuments of India.

Sample Data

You can download our sample database from the below location.

Sample database link:

https://drive.google.com/drive/u/0/folders/0B6PjOyynf03ZOVg5ZFR0Q0xXMkk

The Best Digital Marketing Place

We provide SMS and email marketing and database. Get in touch with us for awesome experiences.

 

Posted on Leave a comment

Uttar Pradesh (Kanpur) database

Kanpur

Kanpur is the city of Uttar Pradesh previously known as Cawnpore. The city is popular as big industrial place of state. Kanpur is the oldest trade center of North India which means countless industries are planned in the city at regular intervals. The ground area of city is around 300 km and the average population as per 2011 survey is 3 million.

 

Kanpur is positioned in 75th place in the list of largest city of the world. Experts say the city was founded by Chandela dynasty members. They also believe that the city was named as Kanhiyapur which means home of Lord Krishna who is known as Kanhiya. At the period of British rule the town was identified as Cawnpore. Some people think the name of the city is derived from Karnapur which means town of the fighter Karna.

Attraction spots of Kanpur: the river gange flows from the Kanpur city. The largest revenue of city is earned by export business of leather items. Cotton cloth production is another reason for the popularity of the city. Some of the key spots where tourist can visit in Kanpur are Memorial Church (constructed in 1875), Shri Radha Krishna temple, JK temple, Jain Glass temple, Phool Bagh, Nana Rao garden, Art Gallery, Allen Forest Zoo, and Museum.

Phool Bagh: this is the flower garden situated at center part of the town at Mall Road. This oldest park of Kanpur houses the memorial hall known as Ganesha Shankara Vidyarthi Hall. People refer the hall with K.E.M as well. Here visitors can also view the Ganesha Udyan storey.

Allen Forest Zoo: next location for tourist is zoo established by Sir Allen. He was the botanist and also the member of ICS (Indian Civil Service). The zoo is named after Sir Allen as recognized the Allen Forest Zoo. This zoological park was founded in 1971.

Bhitar Gaon Temple: this shrine is the oldest temple constructed with large bricks. The structure is 15.41 meters tall built during the Gupta period. The craft work of temple makes it different than other shrines of India. Decoration on interior and exterior walls is difficult in shape that’s why the temple is most demanding tourist spot of Kanpur.

 

 

Jain Glass Temple: another attractive spot for tourist in Kanpur is Jain Glass Shrine. This Jain temple is constructed with old traditional style, though the best feature is glass work of the temple. The adorable view of shrine in night is must watch one thing in temple.

Patthar Ghat: experts call the city as religious and customary location. The other big Hindu pilgrim site such as Brahmavarta and Bithoor are available for visitors. The spot Patthar Ghat is located in Bithoor where travelers can take bath in Ganga River. This ghat is made of red stone by minister of Awadh Mr. Tikait Rai.

 

Shri Radha Krishna Shrine: the temple constructed under the supervision of J.K. trust is next tourist spot of Kanpur. The shrine is having another name as J.K. temple. The five small shrines of different gods like God Ardhnareswara, Radha Krishna, God Lakshmi Narayana, God Hanuman and God Narmadeshwar are special things to watch in J.K. Temple.

 

Valmiki Ashram: the other special spot is Valmiki Ashram. As per epic Ramayana Sita Mata came to this place and spent few years of his life. She gave the birth to two sons Lav and Kush in Valmiki Ashram.

Sample Data

You can download our sample database from the below location.

Sample database link:

https://drive.google.com/drive/u/0/folders/0B6PjOyynf03ZOVg5ZFR0Q0xXMkk

The Best Digital Marketing Place

We provide SMS and email marketing and database. Get in touch with us for awesome experiences.

 

Posted on 1 Comment

West Bengal (Siliguri) database

Siliguri

An ideal place Siliguri is our next target for holidays in India. It is the station connects North East India to rest India hence its having huge value in history. Siliguri city comes under Darjeeling region, West Bengal also known as trade center of North Bengal neighboring with Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal and Mynamar countries.

View of Himalayan from Siliguri makes is special destination. It is the gateway to countless hill stations in northeast region of India. Big hill areas such as Darjeeling, Kalimpong, Mirik, Gangtok and Kurseong are closer to the city. It is having religious spots as well as natural locations where travelers can attain.

 

 

Today this city is named as fastest developing city of northeast having huge plantations of tea. Climate of Siliguri is cool all the time, which helps the Tea plants to grow faster comparing to other hill areas of India. Two known rivers Mahananda and Balasan flow through the city having loads of natural beauty scenes.

 

 

Siliguri city is also famous for Indian forces military bases. Indian forces such as SSB (Shashatra Seema Bal), CRPF (Central Reserve Police Force), the Assam Rifles and the BSF (Border Security Force) are having base in Siliguri areas.

Local people of Siliguri are Indian, though many foreign visitors are shifted to Siliguri town. People love playing soccer in Siliguri as its favorite game of localities. Many tournaments are played in Kanchenjunga Stadium, which is close to this city.

Northeast India is popular for Tea plantations and Siliguri is one of them. However, tourism and timber are few other big trades of the city. Visitors can buy the Chinese goods from city, which are comparatively less in price and best in quality.

 

 

Voyagers from around the world are attaining to Siliguri at several intervals. The scenic view and beauty of town attracts the travelers throughout the year. Best scenery is view of Kanchenjunga peak from peak point of town. Loads of tourist destinations like SFRC (Shorea-forest recreation center), MNP (Madhuban Nature Park) and CWS (Chapramari Wildlife Sanctuary) are available for voyagers in North East India.

 

 

Attraction in Siliguri:

Coronation Bridge:

Also identified as Sevoke Coronation Bridge is first place constructed in 1930 on Teesta River. View of Teesta River and Rangeet River from the bridge gives diverse feelings to voyagers. Attaining to bridge allow travelers to visit Sevokeswari Kali Mandir that is one more religious tourist place.

Science City:

referred as NBSC (North Bengal Science Centre) is second tourist place giving ample of knowledge of science. Visitors have to reach northern suburbs of Matigara to reach Science city.

 

Madhuban Park:

other location is Madhuban Park positioned outskirts of City Siliguri established by Indian Army. Madhuban Park is best picnic spot of West Bengal allowing view of amazing natural beauty of northeast areas.

 

Surya Sen Park:

list of tourist spots include Surya Sen garden popular as gathering spot for local public. Park is placed at Mahakal Pally close to city Siliguri. Place having facilities for entertainment in Siliguri is Surya Sen Park.

 

Umrao Singh Boat Club:

people love boating can attain to Umrao Singh Boat Club managed by Indian Army. Here travelers will get different kinds of boats, which give different feeling during boating.

MWWS (Mahananda Weir Wildlife Sanctuary):

located amid Teesta and Mahananda Rivers is next tourist attraction. Park is spread in huge area having vast and dense forestland.

ISKCON Temple:

ISKCON group is having temples all over the world and Siliguri is in the list of their temples. ISKCON (International Society for Krishna Consciousness) is the group working for Hare Krishna Movement. This group constructs the amazing designed temples in various cities of world. Attaining ISKCON temple will refresh the voyagers and give mental peace.

Kali Mandir:

another location is Sevokeshwari Kali Temple, which is very old shrine placed nearby Coronation Bridge. Idol of Mata Durga is placed in form of Maha Kali in the temple.

 

Salugara Monastery:

Finally yet importantly, holiday spot is sacred Buddhist Salugara Monastery. Founded by monks of Tibetan Buddhist Association is top place to visit. Followers of religious Guru Dalai Lama from Tibet are attaining to this monetary frequently.

Savin Kingdom:

one more is Savin Kingdom located close to the city is popular for scenic view of tranquil tea farms.

Sample Data

You can download our sample database from the below location.

Sample database link:

https://drive.google.com/drive/u/0/folders/0B6PjOyynf03ZOVg5ZFR0Q0xXMkk

The Best Digital Marketing Place

We provide SMS and email marketing and database. Get in touch with us for awesome experiences.

 

Posted on Leave a comment

West Bengal (Rainganji) database

Rainganji

Raiganj (Pron:ˈraɪˌgʌnʤ) is a city and a municipality in Uttar Dinajpur district in the Indian state of West Bengal. It is the headquarters of the district as well as a subdivision. The police station was set up 125 years ago and railway connectivity reached the place 115 years ago. The city houses the 106 year old Raiganj Coronation High School. Raiganj got its railway connection back in 1896. The train used to go to Parbatipur junction in Bangladesh from Raiganj

Geography

Raiganj is known for Raiganj Wildlife Sanctuary (also called the Kulik bird sanctuary), home to a large population of Asian openbills and other waterbirds and it is largest bird sanctuary in Asia. Raiganj is situated at the banks of Kulik river which helped the town to become an important place for water connectivity. But, in course of time, navigability of Kulik river decreased and business through the waterway was stopped in the first half of the 1970s, especially after the dam was erected to prevent floods. The port area slowly lost its significance and, at present, it is the most backward locality of Raiganj.

Sample Data

You can download our sample database from the below location.

Sample database link:

https://drive.google.com/drive/u/0/folders/0B6PjOyynf03ZOVg5ZFR0Q0xXMkk

The Best Digital Marketing Place

We provide SMS and email marketing and database. Get in touch with us for awesome experiences.

 

Posted on Leave a comment

West Bengal (Midnapur) database

Midnapur

Midnapore city (Pron: med̪iːniːpur) is the district headquarters of Paschim Medinipur district of the Indian state of West Bengal. It is situated on the banks of the Kangsabati River (variously known as Kasai and Cossye)

History

A number of prehistoric sites of great interest are being excavated throughout the West Midnapore district. In ancient times the region seems to be highly influenced by Jainism and Buddhism. Coins issued by Samudragupta have been found in the near vicinity of the town. The kingdom of Shashanka and Harshavardhana also included part of undivided Midnapore in their kingdom. However, the most significant archaeological site in the region is the bustling port of Tamralipta near present-day Tamluk, a site noted in the travelogues of Faxian and Xuanzang. Later Chaitanya passed through the area on his way from Puri to Varanasi as documented in the Chaitanya Charitamrita. After the fall of last independent Hindu dynasty of Kalinga-Utkala, Gajapati Mukunda Deva in the 16th century, this region came under one of the five Sarkars of Mughalbandi Odisha i.e. Jaleswar Sarkar which was ruled by the Subehdar of Odisha. The north boundary of Jalshwar was Tamluk and south was Soro and Dhalbhumgarh in the west to the Bay of Bengal in the east. Bahadur Khan was the ruler of Jaleshwar Sarkar or Hijli (including Midnapore) during the time of Shah Jehan. He was defeated by Shah Shuja, the second son of Shah Jehan, then the subshdarof Bengal.

During the era of the Muslim rulers of Bengal nawab, Alivardi Khan’s general Mir Jafar fought successfully against Mir Habib’s lieutenant Sayyid Nur near Midnapore town in 1746. This was part of his campaign to regain Odisha and thwart the Marathaattacks on Bengal. Mir Habib came up from Balasore and was joined by the Marathas, but Mir Jafar fled to Burdwan, leaving Mir Habib to retake Midnapore with ease. Alivardi defeated Janoji Bhosle, a Maratha chieftain, in a severely contested battle near Burdwan in 1747 and Janoji fled to Midnapore. The Marathas held on to Odisha including Midnapore until 1749 when it was reconquered by Alivardi. The Marathas continued to raid Midnapore, which proved disastrous for the residents.

In 1756, Alivardi died and his successor was Siraj-ud-daulah. On 20 June 1757, he was betrayed by Mir Jafar to the East India Company under the command of Lord Robert Clive at Plassey. This consolidated the Company’s hold on Bengal and Odisha (along with Midnapore). The district of Midnapore which included Dhalbhum or Ghatshila, now in Singhbhum, Jharkhand was annexed in 1760 along with Burdwan and Chittagong both handed over to the East India Company by Mir Qasim. The last free king of Dhalbhum was imprisoned in Midnapore town.

Some of the Malla kings of Mallabhum in the Bankura district held land in northern Midnapore district, while the Raj rules of Narajole, Jhargram, Lalgarh, Jamboni, and Chandrakona held sway in their local areas. The Raj rulers in Rajasthan would pay homage to Jagannath but carves out their own territories under the supremacy of the Hindu empires of Odisha.

Midnapore is notable for its contribution in the history of Indian freedom movement since it has produced many martyrs. During the British Raj, the city became a centre of revolutionary activities, such as the Santal Revolt (1766–1767) and the Chuar Revolt (1799). The Zilla School, now known as Midnapore Collegiate School was the birthplace of many extremist activities. Teachers like Hemchandra Kanungo inspired and guided the pupils to participate in the Indian Freedom Movement. Three British District Magistrates were assassinated in succession by the revolutionaries Bimal Dasgupta, Jyothi Jibon Ghosh, Pradyot Kumar Bhattacharya, Prabhakangsu Pal, Mrigan Dutta, Anath Bandhu Panja, Ramkrishna Roy, Braja Kishor Chakraborty, Nirmal Jibon Ghosh. Khudiram Bose and Satyendranath Basu were some of the young men that laid down their lives for the freedom of India. Kazi Nazrul Islam attended political meetings in Midnapore in the 1920s. Raja Narendra Lal Khan, ruler of Narajole, who donated his palace for Midnapore’s first college for women, had been implicated, (although it turned out to be false) for planting a bomb.

Khudiram Bose was born in the Habibpur in 1889 and studied at Midnapore Collegiate School up to the eight standard. He was first caught by a policeman for distributing seditious leaflets in Midnapore in 1906. He was an anarchist and protested against the moderate policies of Surendranath Banerjea. Khudiram was sentenced to death for a failed attempt to kill Magistrate Kingsford. Satyendranath was executed on 21 November 1908. Noted freedom fighter and Bengal Province Congress Committee President Birendranath Sasmal practised at the Midnapore High Court.

It is the place Roy’s popularly known as “Babu’s of Jara ” in Jara Ramjibonpur.This Roy Bahadur actual title “Gangyopadhyay or Ganguly” was an effective, powerful royal family during British Raj .Among them Sanatan Roy and many such like him freedom fighters got birth.This is also the maternal house of Sir Asutosh Mukherjee who is known as Bengal Tiger and Raja Rammohan Roy called “The Father Of Modern India”.The Bengali Film “Antony Firingii” by Uttam Kumar was shot in this palace and the story was also taken from this family. It is also famous for its Durga Puja.

Rishi Rajnarayan Basu, one-time tutor of Rabindranath Tagore, Asia’s first Nobel Prize winner, was headmaster of the Zila School in 1850. He founded a girls’ school, a night school for workers, and a public library. The Rajnarayan Basu Pathagar library is still in existence near Golkuar Chowk.

Not only Hindu activists, but also Muslim statesmen originated or spent time in Midnapore. Huseyn Shaheed Suhrawardy founder of the Awami League, a prominent political party in Bangladesh, and the fifth Prime Minister of Pakistan, hailed from a prominent family of Midnapore

Sample Data

You can download our sample database from the below location.

Sample database link:

https://drive.google.com/drive/u/0/folders/0B6PjOyynf03ZOVg5ZFR0Q0xXMkk

The Best Digital Marketing Place

We provide SMS and email marketing and database. Get in touch with us for awesome experiences.

 

.

Posted on Leave a comment

West Bengal (Malda) database

Malda

Malda district, also spelt Maldah or Maldaha (Bengali: [mald̪a][mald̪ɔɦ], often [mald̪ɔɦo]মালদামালদহ) is a district in West Bengal, India. It lies 347 km (215 miles) north of Kolkata, the capital of West Bengal. Mango, jute and silk are the most notable products of this district. The special variety of mango, Fazli (Bengali: ফজলি) produced in this region, popularly known by the name of the district, is exported across the world and is acclaimed internationally. The folk culture of gombhira is a feature of the district, being a unique way of representation of joy and sorrow of daily life of the common people, as well as the unique medium of presentation on national and international matters. According to the National Investigation Agency Malda is believed to be a hub of a fake currency racket.[1][2][3] It is reported that 90 per cent of the fake currency that enters India originates in Malda.[4][5]

District headquarters is English Bazar, also known as Malda, which was once the capital of Bengal. The district maintains the traditions of the past in culture and education. Old Malda, the town which lies just east of the confluence of the Mahananda and Kalindi rivers, is part of the English Bazar metropolitan city. The town rose to prominence as the river port of the old capital of Pandua. During the 18th century it was the seat of prosperous cotton and silk industries. It remains an important distributing centre for rice, jute, and wheat. The area between the historical monument of Jame Masjid (1566) and the landmark of Nimasarai tower across the river Mahananda, constituted a municipality in 1867. Rice, jute, legumes, and oilseed are the chief crops in the surrounding area. Malda is the largest producer of excellent quality of jute in India. Mulberry plantations and mango orchards occupy large areas; mango trade and silk manufacture are the main economic activities. The Independence Day of Malda is 17 August 1947.

History

Pre-Gour Era

Pāṇini mentioned a city named Gourpura, which by strong reason may be identified as the city of Gouda, ruins of which are situated in this district. Examples are legion of the relics of a predecessor kingdom being used in the monuments of the successor kingdoms.

It had been within the limits of ancient Gour and Pandua (Pundrabardhana). These two cities had been the capital of Bengal in ancient and medieval ages and are equidistant, north and south, from English Bazar town (once known as Engelzavad established by the British rulers).

The boundary of Gour was changed in different ages since the 5th century BC, and its name can be found in Puranic texts. Pundranagara was the provincial capital of the Maurya Empire. Gour and Pundravardhana formed parts of the Mourya empire as is evinced from the inscriptions, Brahmi script on a seal discovered from the ruins of Mahasthangarh in the Bogra District of Bangladesh. Xuanzang saw many Ashokan stupas at Pundravardhana.

The inscriptions discovered in the district of undivided Dinajpur and other parts of North Bengal, along with the Allahabad pillar inscriptions of Samudragupta, clearly indicate that the whole of North Bengal as far east as Kamrup formed a part of the Gupta Empire.

After the Guptas in the beginning of 7th century AD Sasanka, the king of Karnasubarna as well as the king of Gauda ruled independently for more than three decades. From the middle of the 8th century to the end of the 11th century the Pala dynasty ruled Bengal, the kings were devoted to Buddhism. It was during their reign that the Jagadalla Vihara (monastery) in Barindri flourished paralleling with Nalanda, Vikramshila and Devikot.

Gour Era

The Pala empire yielded to the emergence of Sen Dynasty, the Sen rulers were orthodox Hindus, and in the habit of moving from place to place within their kingdom. During this time, Buddhism went on the defensive. It eventually disappeared from the demographic map of Bengal. At the time of Lakshman Sen Goud was known as Lakshmanabati. The Sen kings ruled Bengal till Bakhtiyar Khalji conquered Bengal in 1204 AD.

Thereafter the Muslim rule started. The name Mal Daha was coined (Mal= riches, Daha= lake). Sultan Ilyas Shah, Firuz Shah, Sikandar Shah, Raja Ganesha, Alauddin Hussain Shah and Nasiruddin Nasrat Shah are the notable rulers of medieval age. Afghan warrior Sher Shah Suri invaded Gour and was repelled by Mughal emperor Humayun. Humayun, loving the mango of Gour, named the place as Jannatabad (garden of heaven). Firuz Shah Tughlaq, Ghiyasuddin and Mughal army invaded Gour to suppress rebellion several time. Relics of Muslim structures are present as Firuz minar, Adina Mosque (the largest mosque of South Asia then), Qutwali gate etc. During the Mughal rule, the capital was removed to Dhaka due to a course change of the river Ganges. Muslim rule ended in 1757. Koch army invasion increased during the downfall of Gour.

Post-Gour Era

After the war of Palassy, the British rule started in 1757. The English traders settled in the southern bank of the river Mahananda. Some indigo plant chambers, trade centre and offices were established. William Careyworked here. But the glorious days were gone.

1907 Map of Bengal with Sikkim

This district was formed out of some portions of outlying areas of Purnia, Dinajpur and Rajshahi districts in 1813. At the time of Dr. B. Hamilton (1808–09), the present thanas of Gazole, Malda, Bamongola, and part of Habibpur were included in the district of Dinajpur and the thanas of Harischandrapur, Kharba, Ratua, Manikchak, and Kaliachak were included in the district of Purnia. In 1813, in consequence of the prevalence of serious crimes in the Kaliachak and Sahebganj thanas and also on the rivers, a Joint Magistrate and Deputy Collector was appointed at English Bazar, with jurisdiction over a number of police stations centring that place and taken from the two districts. Thus the district of Malda was born. The year 1832 saw the establishment of separate treasury and the year 1859 the posting of a full-fledged magistrate and collector.

Up to 1876, this district formed part of Rajshahi Division and between 1876 and 1905, it formed part of Bhagalpur Division. In 1905, it was again transferred to Rajshahi Division and until 1947, Malda remained in this division. During the first Partition of Bengal of 1905, this district was attached with the newly created province of Eastern Bengal and Assam. Malda has a history of Indigo movement led by Rafique Mondal. The santhals got insurgent and captured historic Adina Mosque in support of Jeetu. Again in August 1947 this district was affected by partition. Between 12–15 August 1947, the fate of the district as to which side it should go, to Pakistan or to India, was undecided because the announcement of the partition award of Sir Radcliffe did not make this point clear. During these few days the district was under a Magistrate of East Pakistan. When the details of the Radcliffe Award were published, the district came over to West Bengal on 17 August 1947. However, the sub-division of Nawabganj was severed from Malda and was given to East Pakistanas a sub-division of the Rajshahi district

Sample Data

You can download our sample database from the below location.

Sample database link:

https://drive.google.com/drive/u/0/folders/0B6PjOyynf03ZOVg5ZFR0Q0xXMkk

The Best Digital Marketing Place

We provide SMS and email marketing and database. Get in touch with us for awesome experiences.

 

Posted on Leave a comment

West Bengal (Kharapur) database

Kharapur

Kharagpur  is an important industrial city in Paschim Medinipur district of West Bengal, India. It is multi-cultural and cosmopolitan city. It is the most populated city of Paschim Medinipur district. The first Indian Institutes of Technology (IIT), a group of Institutes of National Importance, was founded in Kharagpur as early as in May 1950. It is 116 km from Kolkata and forms an important station on Howrah-Mumbai, Howrah-Chennai road and railway route. This city also has one of the largest railway workshops in India, and the third longest railway platform in the world (1072.5 m). Kharagpur also has the Asia’s largest Railway Solid State Interlocking (SSI) system. Kharagpur has an Air Force base in Kalaikunda, and another in Salua. There have been plans by the IAF to allow civil flights in Kalaikunda.. Recently, government have revealed plans to establish a civilian airport

History

Kharagpur received its name from the twelfth king of Mallabhum, Kharga Malla, when he conquered it. Kharagpur was a part of the Hijli Kingdom and ruled by Hindu Oriya rulers as a feudatory under Gajapati Kings of Orissa. Historians claim that in the 16th century, Kharagpur was still a small village surrounded by dense forests. The village was on high rocky barren land. The only inhabited settlement near Kharagpur was Hijli. Hijli was a small island village on the banks of the Rasulpur River, in the delta of Bay of Bengal. It developed into a port town in 1687. Hijli was also a province and it existed until 1886. It covered parts of Bengal and Orissa. It had important towns like Tamluk, Panskura, and Debra, along with the Kelghai and Haldi rivers on the north, south, and east sides bounded by Bay of Bengaland Kharagpur, Keshiary, Dantan, and Jaleswar on the west.

Hijli was ruled by Taj Khan who was the disciple of Guru Peer Mackdram Sha Chisti. It was also ruled by the Kushan, Gupta, and Pal dynasties, and by the Mughals. It is said that Hijli had excellent business and trade centers with judiciary, prison, and administrative offices during the reign of Hindu Kings and during the Mughal Raj. The capital of Hijli was in Bahiri up to 1628 and was shifted to Hijli afterwards. Hijli Province was at its peak in 1754 and was highly prosperous during this period.

Captain Nicolson was the first English colonialist to invade Hijli and captured the port. In 1687 Job Charnock with soldiers and warships captured Hijli, defeating Hindu and Mughal defenders. After the war with the Mughals, a treaty was signed between Job Charnock and the Mughal Emperor. The loss suffered by Job Charnock forced him to leave Hijli and to proceed towards Uluberia, while the Mughal Emperor continued to rule the province. From there, they finally settled at Sutanuti in Kolkata to establish their business in Eastern India. This was the start of the East India Company in India. Hijli as we know it today is only a small part of the Hijli Province, and was created for establishing administrative offices by the British in the 19th century. It is curious that almost the entire Kharagpur division of today has boundaries identical to Hijli Province.

In the 18th century Khejuri, another port town was set up on the banks of the Koukhali River in the delta region. It was established by the British primarily for carrying out trade with European countries. Khejuri was also an island. In the devastating cyclone of 1864, both ports were destroyed. The islands have since merged with the mainland.

Sample Data

You can download our sample database from the below location.

Sample database link:

https://drive.google.com/drive/u/0/folders/0B6PjOyynf03ZOVg5ZFR0Q0xXMkk

The Best Digital Marketing Place

We provide SMS and email marketing and database. Get in touch with us for awesome experiences.

 

Posted on Leave a comment

West Bengal (Haldia) database

Haldia

Haldia is an industrial city and municipality in Purba Medinipur district, in the Indian state of West Bengal. It is a major riverport and industrial belt located approximately 125 kilometres southwest of Calcuttanear the mouth of the Hooghly River, one of the distributaries of the Ganges. The Haldia Township is bordered by the Haldi River an offshoot of the Ganges River. Haldia is a centre for many petrochemicalbusinesses, and is being developed as a major trade port for Kolkata.

Geography

Haldia is located at 22.03°N 88.06°E.It has an average elevation of 8 metres (26 ft)

Climate

Haldia has a typical moderate climate with winter temperatures ranging from a low of around 7 degrees Celsius to a high of 22 degrees Celsius. Summers can be very hot and humid. Usual summer temperatures in May, the hottest month range from a low of 24 degrees to highs around 39 degrees. Although summers are hot and humid, Kalbaishakhis provide a relief to the people, albeit killing some in the process. Rainfall is heavy during monsoons, with an average rainfall of 144 inches and the rainy months are between May and September.

Sample Data

You can download our sample database from the below location.

Sample database link:

https://drive.google.com/drive/u/0/folders/0B6PjOyynf03ZOVg5ZFR0Q0xXMkk

The Best Digital Marketing Place

We provide SMS and email marketing and database. Get in touch with us for awesome experiences.

 

Posted on Leave a comment

West Bengal (Burdhwan) database

Burdhwan

Bardhaman (Pron: ˈbɑ:dəˌmən) is a city in West Bengal state in eastern India. It is the headquarters of Purba Bardhaman district, having become a district capital during the period of British rule. Burdwan, an alternative name for the city, has remained in use since that period.

The history of Burdwan is known from about 5000 BC (the Mesolithic or Late Stone Age). The origin of this name dates back to the 6th century BCE and is ascribed to Vardhaman Swami or Mahavira (599-527 BCE), the 24th Tirthankara of Jainism, who spent some time in Astikagrama, according to the Jain scripture of Kalpasutra. This place was renamed as Vardhamana in his honour.

Geography

The region has an average elevation of 40 metres (131 ft). The city is situated 1100 km from New Delhi and a little less than 100 km north-west of Kolkata on the Grand Trunk Road (NH-2) and Eastern Railway. The chief rivers are the Damodar and the Banka.

The first epigraphic reference to the name of this place occurs in a 6th-century AD copper plate found in Mallasarul village under Galsi Police Station. Archeological evidences suggest that this region, forming a major part of Radh Bengal, could be traced even back to 4000 BCE

History

During the period of Jahangir this place was named Badh-e-dewan (district capital). The city owes its historical importance to being the headquarters of the Maharajas of Burdwan, the premier noblemen of lower Bengal, whose rent-roll was upwards of 300,000. Bardhaman Raj was founded in 1657 by Sangam Rai, of a Hindu Khatri family of Kotli in Lahore, Punjab, whose descendants served in turn the Mughal Emperors and the British government. The East Indian Railway from Howrah was opened in 1855. The great prosperity of the raj was due to the excellent management of Maharaja Mahtab Chand (died 1879), whose loyalty to the government especially during the “Hul” (Santhal rebellion) of 1855-56 and the Indian rebellion of 1857 was rewarded with the grant of a coat of arms in 1868 and the right to a personal salute of 13 guns in 1877. Maharaja Bijaychand Mahtab (born 1881), who succeeded his adoptive father in 1888, earned great distinction by the courage with which he risked his life to save that of Sir Andrew Fraser, the lieutenant-governor of Bengal, on the occasion of the attempt to assassinate him made by freedom fighters of Bengal on 7 November 1908.

Mahtab Chand Bahadur and later Bijoy Chand Mahtab struggled their best to make this region culturally, economically and ecologically healthier. The chief educational institution was the Burdwan Raj College, which was entirely supported out of the maharaja’s estate. Sadhak Kamalakanta as composer of devotional songs and Kashiram Das as a poet and translator of the great Mahabharata were possibly the best products of such an endeavour. Pratap Chandra Roy was the publisher of the first translation in the world to translate Mahabharata in English (1883–1896). The society at large also continued to gain the fruits. We find, among others, the great rebel poet Kazi Nazrul Islam and Kala-azar-famed U. N. Brahmachari as the relatively recent illustrious sons of this soil. Batukeshwar Dutt an Indian revolutionary and independence fighter in the early 1900s was born on 18 November 1910 in a village Oari in Burdwan district. He is best known for having exploded a few bombs, along with Bhagat Singh, in the Central Legislative Assembly in New Delhi on 8 April 1929. The city became an important centre of North-Indian classical music as well.

Sample Data

You can download our sample database from the below location.

Sample database link:

https://drive.google.com/drive/u/0/folders/0B6PjOyynf03ZOVg5ZFR0Q0xXMkk

The Best Digital Marketing Place

We provide SMS and email marketing and database. Get in touch with us for awesome experiences.