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Villages in Arambagh taluk, Hooghly district

List of villages in Arambagh taluka or tehesil is listed below. Please click on a village link to view every detail of the village. Arambagh is under the Hooghly district in the state of West Bengal in India.

  • Arandi-i

    • Arandi-i Arandi-i is a Village in Arambagh Block in Hooghly District of West Bengal State, India
    • It belongs to Burdwan Division
    • It is located 72 KM towards west from District head quarters Hugli-chuchura
    • 79 KM from State capital Kolkata Arandi-i is surrounded by Goghat-I Block towards west , Raina-Ii Block towards East , Pursurah Block towards East , Khanakul-I Block towards South
    • Arambagh , Tarakeswar , Bardhaman , Memari are the nearby Cities to Arandi-i
    • This Place is in the border of the Hooghly District and Bardhaman District
    • Bardhaman District Raina-ii is East towards this place
    • Demographics of Arandi-i Bengali is the Local Language here.

  • Arandi-ii

    • Arandi-ii Arandi-ii is a Village in Arambagh Block in Hooghly District of West Bengal State, India
    • It belongs to Burdwan Division
    • It is located 72 KM towards west from District head quarters Hugli-chuchura
    • 79 KM from State capital Kolkata Arandi-ii Pin code is 712412 and postal head office is Helan
    • Arandi-ii is surrounded by Goghat-I Block towards west , Raina-Ii Block towards East , Pursurah Block towards East , Khanakul-I Block towards South
    • Arambagh , Tarakeswar , Bardhaman , Memari are the nearby Cities to Arandi-ii
    • This Place is in the border of the Hooghly District and Bardhaman District
    • Bardhaman District Raina-ii is East towards this place
    • Demographics of Arandi-ii Bengali is the Local Language here.

  • Batanal

    • Batanal Batanal is a Village in Arambagh Block in Hooghly District of West Bengal State, India
    • It belongs to Burdwan Division
    • It is located 64 KM towards west from District head quarters Hugli-chuchura
    • 9 KM from Arambagh
    • 75 KM from State capital Kolkata Batanal Pin code is 712615 and postal head office is Batanal
    • Azad Pally ( 8 KM ) , Nabapalli ( 9 KM ) , Mandra ( 9 KM ) , Satitala ( 9 KM ) , Arambag ( 9 KM ) are the nearby Villages to Batanal
    • Batanal is surrounded by Arambagh Block towards west , Pursurah Block towards East , Goghat-I Block towards west , Tarakeswar Block towards East
    • Arambagh , Tarakeswar , Bardhaman , Memari are the nearby Cities to Batanal
    • This Place is in the border of the Hooghly District and Bardhaman District
    • Bardhaman District Raina-ii is North towards this place
    • Demographics of Batanal Bengali is the Local Language here.

  • Gourhati-i

    • Gourhati-i Gourhati-i is a Village in Arambagh Block in Hooghly District of West Bengal State, India
    • It belongs to Burdwan Division
    • It is located 72 KM towards west from District head quarters Hugli-chuchura
    • 79 KM from State capital Kolkata Gourhati-i Pin code is 712613 and postal head office is Gourhati
    • Gourhati-i is surrounded by Goghat-I Block towards west , Raina-Ii Block towards East , Pursurah Block towards East , Khanakul-I Block towards South
    • Arambagh , Tarakeswar , Bardhaman , Memari are the nearby Cities to Gourhati-i
    • This Place is in the border of the Hooghly District and Bardhaman District
    • Bardhaman District Raina-ii is East towards this place
    • Demographics of Gourhati-i Bengali is the Local Language here.

  • Gourhati-ii

    • Gourhati-ii Gourhati-ii is a Village in Arambagh Block in Hooghly District of West Bengal State, India
    • It belongs to Burdwan Division
    • It is located 72 KM towards west from District head quarters Hugli-chuchura
    • 79 KM from State capital Kolkata Gourhati-ii is surrounded by Goghat-I Block towards west , Raina-Ii Block towards East , Pursurah Block towards East , Khanakul-I Block towards South
    • Arambagh , Tarakeswar , Bardhaman , Memari are the nearby Cities to Gourhati-ii
    • This Place is in the border of the Hooghly District and Bardhaman District
    • Bardhaman District Raina-ii is East towards this place
    • Demographics of Gourhati-ii Bengali is the Local Language here.

  • Harinkhola-i

    • Harinkhola-i Harinkhola-i is a Village in Arambagh Block in Hooghly District of West Bengal State, India
    • It belongs to Burdwan Division
    • It is located 72 KM towards west from District head quarters Hugli-chuchura
    • 79 KM from State capital Kolkata Harinkhola-i is surrounded by Goghat-I Block towards west , Raina-Ii Block towards East , Pursurah Block towards East , Khanakul-I Block towards South
    • Arambagh , Tarakeswar , Bardhaman , Memari are the nearby Cities to Harinkhola-i
    • This Place is in the border of the Hooghly District and Bardhaman District
    • Bardhaman District Raina-ii is East towards this place
    • Demographics of Harinkhola-i Bengali is the Local Language here.

  • Harinkhola-ii

    • Harinkhola-ii Harinkhola-ii is a Village in Arambagh Block in Hooghly District of West Bengal State, India
    • It belongs to Burdwan Division
    • It is located 72 KM towards west from District head quarters Hugli-chuchura
    • 79 KM from State capital Kolkata Harinkhola-ii is surrounded by Goghat-I Block towards west , Raina-Ii Block towards East , Pursurah Block towards East , Khanakul-I Block towards South
    • Arambagh , Tarakeswar , Bardhaman , Memari are the nearby Cities to Harinkhola-ii
    • This Place is in the border of the Hooghly District and Bardhaman District
    • Bardhaman District Raina-ii is East towards this place
    • Demographics of Harinkhola-ii Bengali is the Local Language here.

  • Madhabpur

    • Madhabpur Madhabpur is a Village in Arambagh Block in Hooghly District of West Bengal State, India
    • It belongs to Burdwan Division
    • It is located 28 KM towards South from District head quarters Hugli-chuchura
    • 57 KM from Arambagh
    • 26 KM from State capital Kolkata Madhabpur Pin code is 712413 and postal head office is Mayapur (Hooghly)
    • Panchghora ( 2 KM ) , Janai ( 3 KM ) , Krishnarampur ( 3 KM ) , Gangadharpur ( 4 KM ) , Naiti ( 5 KM ) are the nearby Villages to Madhabpur
    • Madhabpur is surrounded by Chanditala-I Block towards South , Singur Block towards North , Domjur Block towards South , Konnagar Block towards East
    • Monoharpur , Konnagar , Barrackpur , Bally are the nearby Cities to Madhabpur
    • This Place is in the border of the Hooghly District and Bardhaman District
    • Bardhaman District Raina-ii is west towards this place
    • Demographics of Madhabpur Bengali is the Local Language here.

  • Malaypur-i

    • Malaypur-i Malaypur-i is a Village in Arambagh Block in Hooghly District of West Bengal State, India
    • It belongs to Burdwan Division
    • It is located 72 KM towards west from District head quarters Hugli-chuchura
    • 79 KM from State capital Kolkata Malaypur-i is surrounded by Goghat-I Block towards west , Raina-Ii Block towards East , Pursurah Block towards East , Khanakul-I Block towards South
    • Arambagh , Tarakeswar , Bardhaman , Memari are the nearby Cities to Malaypur-i
    • This Place is in the border of the Hooghly District and Bardhaman District
    • Bardhaman District Raina-ii is East towards this place
    • Demographics of Malaypur-i Bengali is the Local Language here.

  • Malaypur-ii

    • Malaypur-ii Malaypur-ii is a Village in Arambagh Block in Hooghly District of West Bengal State, India
    • It belongs to Burdwan Division
    • It is located 72 KM towards west from District head quarters Hugli-chuchura
    • 79 KM from State capital Kolkata Malaypur-ii is surrounded by Goghat-I Block towards west , Raina-Ii Block towards East , Pursurah Block towards East , Khanakul-I Block towards South
    • Arambagh , Tarakeswar , Bardhaman , Memari are the nearby Cities to Malaypur-ii
    • This Place is in the border of the Hooghly District and Bardhaman District
    • Bardhaman District Raina-ii is East towards this place
    • Demographics of Malaypur-ii Bengali is the Local Language here.