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About Tarakeswar

Tarakeswar (pronounced Tarokeshwar) is a famous sacred city and a municipality in Hooghly district in the Indian state of West Bengal. Tarakeswar is called "Baba Dham" or "The city of Shiva". It is one of the major tourist and holy place of West Bengal as well as India. Tarakeswar is a place of pilgrimage of Lord Shiva sect in West Bengal 58 km away from State Capital Kolkata and about 1,520 kilometres away from National Capital New Delhi. Tarakeswar can be reached conveniently by train and bus from various places of West Bengal. Tarakeswar Station is well connected by Howrah Station. This city is also famous for agriculture, Tarakeswar's (Especially Champandanga) potato is also famous in all over India.

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