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Bahirgachhi
বহিরগাছি
village
Bahirgachhi is located in West Bengal
Bahirgachhi
Bahirgachhi
Location in West Bengal, India
Coordinates: 23°16′14″N 88°37′58″E / 23.27056°N 88.63278°E / 23.27056; 88.63278Coordinates: 23°16′14″N 88°37′58″E / 23.27056°N 88.63278°E / 23.27056; 88.63278
Country  India
State West Bengal
Languages
 • Official BengaliEnglish
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
Coastline 0 kilometres (0 mi)

Bahirgachhi Halt is a village and small railway station (Halt) in Nadia district of West Bengal, India. This is known for railway stations which connects Gede, Ranaghat and Sealdah in Kolkata Suburban Railway system in West Bengal Railways.

Geography[edit]

It is located at 23°16′14″N 88°37′58″E / 23.27056°N 88.63278°E / 23.27056; 88.63278.


Location[edit]

Bahirgachhi is 84 km north of Kolkata (Calcutta). It is connected to Aranghata, Bhaina, Bagula by road and rail.


Amenities[edit]

Bahirgachhi is a typical Bengali village with all basic amenities. The Bahirgachhi Gram Panchayat includes a High School, a Playground, a Post Office, a Grameen Bank, a Telephone Exchange, two Haat (Local Market), a Railway Station, and several Primary Schools.

The nearest Police Station is in Dhantala.


Administration[edit]

Krishnanagar is the district headquarters for Bahirgachhi gram panchayat.

Ranaghat is sub-division, where the SDO is administrative head of the region.

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