|• Total||4.25 km2 (1.64 sq mi)|
|Elevation||6 m (20 ft)|
|• Density||21,000/km2 (55,000/sq mi)|
|• Official||Bengali, English|
|Time zone||IST (UTC+5:30)|
|Sex ratio||1.06 ♂/♀|
Bagula is a town situated in Nadia district of West Bengal, India. It is 93 km from Kolkata. Near about 90000 people is living here. It comes under Ranaghat North-East Legislative Assembly and Ranaghat Lokshabha.
Bagula is located at  It has an average elevation of 6 metres (20 feet)..
Bagula is known for Akanno (51) Pith Kali Pujar Mela, which is held in a famous Cremation area situated beside the railway station. This Village also has a famous Post Office ( Bagula Post Office) & cultural Hall.The people of surrounding villages (e.g. Durgapur,Harindanga, Haritala, Koikhali, Pandit pur, Bara Chupria, Garapota, Bhawani pur, Kuti Para, Gour Nagar, Mura Gacha, Haldi Para)are connected with Bagula for their daily needs, transport and banking. The Famous folk singer Late Gostho Gopal Das used to reside in Bagula at Puratan Para (Near Dhan Hata), and mesmerized person of Bengal through his melodious singing. Specially for the songs dedicated to Late Indira Gandhi and honored by Late Prime Minister Rajeev Gandhi. Bagula spread her popularity by her sons and daughter in all over the World.
Bagula is an educated area. Near about 70% people are service holder in Government and private sector. In between Bagula panchyat (1 & 2) there is a college, 8 High School and 12 Primary School (Up to class Five) and in between these school all High school and 8 primary school are government sponsored. Srikrishna College of Bagula is a notable educational institution of West Bengal. Notable schools are Bagula Higher Secondary School, Bagula Purbapara Higher Secondary School, H.C.S.C. Srikrishna Balika Bidyapith.Ramnagar High School(H.S),Bhawanipur High School, Haritala High School, Muragachha High School,Ulasi J.S.Vidyapith, Patikabari High School, Hanskhali Samabay Vidyapith (H.S.), Haldipara High School, Bhyana High School, Taraknagar Jamuna Sundari High School, Garapota High School, Gazna High School,etc. And many Primary Schools. There is also an English medium preschool Kids Academy and many K.G. Schools, they are named Bagula Kids Academy followed by I.C.S.E curriculum,Shri Hari Shishu Niketan, Smritikona Juvenile Academy. In the year 2012, with the effort of a group Bagulites and their thinking for a better future of the pupils of that area, a new English medium school has been set up, the "Bagula Public School", at Bangshinagar. It is based and is running on C.B.S.E curriculum.
Bagula is connected by Road, Railways. The local train connects Bagula with Kolkata via Ranaghat. A few notable halt stations come en route to Ranaghat are Bhaina, Bahirgachhi, Aranghata, Panchbaria, Bankim Nagar. Although notable halt stations come en route to GEDE are Halish Nagar, Bunpur, Majdia, Taraknagar, Mayur Hat. Although it connects to Gede India-Bangla Desh Border through Train via Maitri Express.Gede Sealdah Route is the main route of Sealdah section. Bagula also connects Ranaghat and Krishnanagar by bus as well. Bus route to Kishnnagar is via Hanshkhali, which is known for Churni river. Now there is available road transport directly to Bagula from Ranaghat beside the train line. It takes maximum half an hour to travel to Bagula from Ranaghat by Private car or Motor bikes or small public transport (Trecker, Auto, Tata Magic etc.).
Health & Security
"Bagula Rural Hospital" is the only government Health center of Bagula. 2 posted doctor, 8 Nurse, 9 group D staffs and 1 Ambulance is always ready to serve their best to the people of Bagula. It has 30 bed capacity which is very low but good as something is better than nothing. There are two private nursing home named "Sanjeevani" and "Shyamali" nursing home also servicing for the people of Bagula and near about locality. There is also an Animal health center in Bagula which is government sponsored. For the safety of people all the staffs of "Hanskhali police Station" and "Bagula Police Fandi" doing their best.
Now know about some financial condition of Bagula. In this town there is 7 banks namely SBI, BOI, BOB, ALBK, central bank of India, central co-opearative bank and Gramin Bank. There are two sub branch of SBI is situated at Gazna and Haritala. In the year 2001 Bagula post office was take first place whole over the India for money transaction through "Western Union Money transfer" and Bagula SBI branch take the first place in West Bengal for their maximum business. There are 13 ATM's of various bank situated at Bagula's main Area.
Bagula is well known for its various social and cultural activities. Lots of clubs and organisation organize different type of activities in different times throughout the whole year. Club "Yubaghosthi" organize the Knockout Cricket Tournament at the beginning of the January month. The BPL(Bagula Premier League) Organize the Cricket tournament from November to March. All the matches played on every Sunday through this time period. They have a Facebook Page also. https://www.facebook.com/Bagula-Premier-League-201274290016056/. This organisation has a football coaching center for juniors. This coaching center is totally free. All the expenditure paid by the member of this BPL Group. The football Coaching center Facebook page is https://www.facebook.com/bplcoaching2015/. Club "Pragati Sangha" organize a knockout Football tournament on every Independence Day. This Tournament is very popular in Bagula and also in West Bengal. Even players from outside of the India come to take part in this tournament through the participating club. Except this lots of cultural program happen in Bagula. Like "Puspo prodorshoni(Flower exhibition), Chatro Yuba Samiti's Program etc.
Bagula is divided into two "Panchyat" area known as 1 no Panchyat and 2 no Panchyat. It comes under Ranaghat North-east legislative assembly and Ranaghat Loksabha. Political leaders has a support to updated Bagula from an unknown village to popular village at this time.
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