Kestopur

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Kestopur, officially known as Krishnapur, lies on Kazi Nazrul Islam Sarani, more commonly known as VIP Road, Kolkata in the state of West Bengal, India, and is covered under Rajarhat Gopalpur Municipality. Keshtopur square is along the way from Ultadanga to the Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport at Dum Dum (more specifically between Laketown and Baguiati). The community is made up of people of various religions from different states.Kestopur has over the years become an area of great prominence because of its proximity to areas like Salt Lake Sector V and Rajarhat.Kestopur now boasts of a mall called Bazar 365 and there are many markets which sell good quality products at cheaper rates than Kolkata. VIP Keshtopur crossing is one of the busiest of the Kazi Nazrul Islam Sarani. The crossing remains so congested during most of the day, especially the rush hour, that it takes about 15 minutes to cross this intersection. To resolve the issue of traffic a flyover is being constructed along with underpasses.Kestopur comes under North 24 Parganas district.

  • Prafulla Kanan
  • Anurupapally
  • Rabindrapally
  • Talbagan
  • Hanapara
  • Jorakhana
  • Sardar Para
  • Majherpara
  • Samarpally
  • Sholofoot
  • Ghoshpara
  • Samar Dey Sarani
  • Khristian Para
  • Misson Bazar
  • Jagoatpore
  • Sabuj Pally
  • Ananda Pally

Markets[edit]

  • Rabindrapally Market
  • Milan Bazaar Market
  • Keshtopur Market
  • Barwaritala
  • Missionbazar market
  • Jagotpore Market

Banks[edit]

ATMs[edit]

Post Offices[edit]

  • Prafulla Kanan Sub-Post Office
  • Krishnapur Sub-Post Office (Located at Milon Bazar,Ghoshpara)

Telephone Exchange[edit]

  • Krishnapur Telephone Exchange

Schools[edit]

  • Krishnapur Primary School
  • Krishnapur J.N.M.C. High school
  • Krishnapur C.K. Balika Vidyalaya
  • Baishno Devi English Medium School
  • Deshopriya Balika Vidyalaya
  • BRS English Medium School
  • Sunny Pearls School

Library[edit]

Mahishbathan Sadharan Granthagar