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Commercial and residential area with lush green ambience in West Bengal .
Shantipur in Nadia district is famous for the handloom industry located in West Bengal. You will find lush green ambience, residential complexes, nicely designed buildings, temples, and all amenities like shopping malls, markets for buying vegetables, and other spices from supermarkets. Dresses, home items, furnishings etc., in the busiest town where you will find a residential or commercial business organization, relocation is as easy and simple as possible. Just make a phone call to Arpan Shipping for a 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.
Memorial Statue of Mahakavi Krittibas
Mahakavi Krittibas Ojha was a middle aged Bengali essayist. His significance to Bengali composition and culture was the Indian remarkable Rāmāyaṇa in Bengali. His work, the Śrīrām Pā̃cālī, is noticeably known as the Krittivasi Ramayan. Santipur and its suburbs region is famous for its creation in Bengal, the Indian culture and its heritage in collections. Krittibas Ojha was born in a Brahmin family in Phulia town of the ongoing Nadia district in Shantipur.
Bagdevi Mandir is the Temple to visit
Bagdevi Mandir in Shantipur of Nadia district is a place to visit. The God here is very responsive. Your desire and fulfillment is the concern of the temple. The priest is Supriyo Banerjee, the purohit of the local temple by profession is not alive but his ancestors are cooperative for the worshippers to offer puja to the Goddess.
Handloom Sarees are famous in Shantipur
Santipur is famous for handloom sarees from old times. During the partition time of India & Bangladesh, numerous weavers came from Dhaka of Bangladesh, settled in Shantipur and began to dwell here in the Phulia district, a Panchayat area of Santipur. The weavers make sarees of handloom of “Talen” specialization in the modern high-tech machine. Speciality with the unique designs in sarees are branded with the time as like ‘Neelambori’, ‘Bhomra’, ‘Terchi’, ‘Rajmahal’, ‘Chandmala’, ‘Gont’, ‘Dorakho’, ‘Nilambari’, ‘Ganga Jamuna’ etc.
Handmade ethnic Dhotis & Jacquards
Men becomes handsome from here in Santipur. The town weavers of Shantipur is especially known for weaving super-fine quality dhotis and fine quality jacquards for the fashion in traditional style. The ethic and gorgeous look comes automatically in the personality of men for marriage purpose. The Dhotis and Jacquards are available at the weavers pont and also across the markets in India.