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Commercial and residential area with lush green ambience in Kolkata in West Bengal .


Behala is a large area in South Kolkata, and the posh location is the heart of Kolkata, where you will find lush green ambience plus residential complexes and nicely designed buildings, temples, and all amenities like shopping malls, markets for buying vegetables and other related spices from supermarkets. Dresses and home items and furnishings etc. If you find a residential or commercial business organization, relocation is as easy and simple. Just make a phone call to Arpan Shipping for pack and move. Get a Free Estimate and assign the pack and move assignment task to do as per your advice and negotiation done by you with the packers and movers.

Narendra Bhawan in Behala

Narendra Bhawan is a historical place in Purba Barisha where you can view antique collections of several renowned legend Swami Vivekanada of India. You may visit the Narendra Bhawan for the knowledge on history. The place is for deep meditation that will enliven your true spirit.

Siddheshwari Temple

The Siddheshwari Temple is the Hindu temple situated at 485 Diamond Harbour Rd, Auddy Bagan Basti, Behala, Kolkata, West Bengal, where you will find honest Maa Kali. Tourists gather at this Siddheshwari Temple to offer their praying to the Goddess to fulfilling their desire. The Goddess is revered during the new moon in the period of Kartik.

Behala Market

Behala is famous for marketing pleasure. There are various markets like Behala Market, Behala A.C. Market, Behala New Market, and Manton Super Market, where you can find everything, anywhere and at any time. It will make a dream come true for the item you purchase, from textile-made dress materials for men or women, electronics, cosmetics, food items, sweets, and dry fruits to laptops, mobiles and computers.  

State Archaeological Museum

State Archeological Museum hall in Behala, Kolkata, West Bengal, is an archaeological gallery established in 1962 and has assortments including uncommon devices of the Early, Center and the Late Stone Ages from Susunia (Bankura) and different destinations, proto-memorable artefacts from Pandu Rajar Dhibi (Burdwan), earthenware pieces, models, stone and plaster from the Gupta, Maurya, Shunga, Kushana, and Pala eras. Likewise, a part on ‘Verifiable Workmanship’ opened in 1963 shows the significant number of old earthenware pieces, bronzes, wood-carvings, materials and original copies.