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Kutabpur (Bengali: কুতবপুর) (Hindi: कुतबपुर),[1][2][3] a village in Nadia district (West Bengal), situated to the south of the Western bank of the river Bhairab, where the indigo godown was once built. Year back, the English merchants were engaged in the trade of indigo on the banks of Bhairab. Although the village is inhabited by people of all castes and devoted themselves to the worship of deities, Mitra and Mansa.[4]

Religious personality Swami Nigamananda having been born in this village had shown the world, the path of Gyana(ज्ञान)-Shankara and Prema( प्रेम) -Gouranga.[5]


  1. ^ Sir William Wilson Hunter; Hermann Michael Kisch; Andrew Wallace Mackie; Charles James O'Donnell; Sir Herbert Hope Risley (1876). A statistical account of Bengal. KUTABPUR. Trübner & co. p. 206. Retrieved 24 September 2011. 
  2. ^ Society Of Bengal Asiatic Society of Bengal; India) Asiatic Society (Calcutta (1885). Proceedings of the Asiatic Society of Bengal. KUTABPUR. Soc. p. 170. Retrieved 24 September 2011. 
  3. ^ Kumar Suresh Singh; Anthropological Survey of India (1993). The scheduled castes. KUTABPUR. Anthropological Survey of India. p. 774. ISBN 978-0-19-563254-5. Retrieved 24 September 2011. 
  4. ^ Book-Shri Shri Thakur Nigamananda(Oriya), written by Durga Charan Mohanty and Banamali Dash, Page-1
  5. ^ Nigamānanda (1997). The divine universal gospels of Sri Nigamananda: translation, a lucid word to word rendering to English. THE PHILOSOPHY OF ACHARYA SANKARA AND PATH OF GOURANGA DEVA . Amitabh Giri. p. 122. Retrieved 1 October 2011.