Katwa

Katwa (Bengali: কাটোয়া) is the headquarters of Katwa subdivision in Bardhaman district of Indian state of West Bengal. The area has a rural charm and natural beauty, but many trading and other business activities have made it clumsy and congested. It is mostly a middle class residential area.

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Purbasthali - Transport
... is 73 km from Bandel and 8 km from Nabadwipdham on the Bandel-Katwa Branch Line of Eastern Railway ... Bandel on S.T.K.K.Road (Saptagram TribeniKalna Katwa Road)it is 80 km towards north, 38 km towards south from Katwa ...
Katwa Subdivision
... Katwa subdivision is a subdivision of the Bardhaman district in the state of West Bengal, India ... It consists of Katwa municipality, Dainhat municipality and five community development blocks Katwa–I, Katwa–II, Ketugram–I, Ketugram–II and Mongolkote ... The subdivision has its headquarters at Katwa ...
Katwa Subdivision - Area
... Apart from the Katwa municipality and Dainhat municipality, the subdivision contains one census town and rural areas of 46 gram panchayats under five community development blocks Katwa–I, Katwa–II ...
Katwa - Education
... Katwa Kashiram Das Institution named after the writer who translated the Mahabharata in Bengali was established in 1857 ... There are many other high and highter secondary schools in Katwa ... Katwa Mahavidyalaya, Katwa Teachers' Training College and Bengal Institute of Technology (BIT) are some of the colleges in Katwa ...
Labhpur - Transport
... and is about 12 km from Ahmedpur on the Ahmedpur Katwa Railway ... One pair of trains run daily along the 52 km Ahmedpur – Katwa narrow gauge (2' 6") line ... Indian Railways took over the narrow gauge tracks between Katwa and Ahmedpur, and Katwa and Bardhaman from McLoyd and Company in 1966 ...