District Headquarter :- Bardhaman
Barddhaman : A district with variety of livelihood, agriculture, industry, and mining, all at their peak. The agricultural production is so high that the district is called the granary of Bengal. Industrial Township of Durgapur is second almost to none. Mining, primarily for coal, is another activity in the district.
Taluk Headquarters :- Chittaranjan, Salampur, Kulti, Asansol, Baraban, Raniganj, Jamuria, Andal, Faridpur, Coke Oven, New Towhship, Kaksa, Budbud, Ausgram, Galsi, Mangalkot, Khandoghos, Bhatar, Raina, Jamalpur, Memari, Ketugram, Katwa, Manteswar, Kalna, Purbsthali.
Burdwan also called BARDHAMAN, or BARDDHAMAN. The city is a major communications centre lying astride the Banka River just north of the Damodar River. Rice and oilseed milling and hosiery, cutlery, and tool manufacturing are the chief industries. Of historic interest are the Rajbari (the maharaja's palace and gardens), several ancient Muslim tombs, and 108 Shiva linga, or phallic, 18th-century temples. The Rajbari houses the University of Burdwan, founded in 1960, with several affiliated colleges in the city. The city was constituted a municipality in 1865. The surrounding locality consists of two distinct regions. The eastern part is a low alluvial plain, densely populated and often waterlogged and swampy. The western region is one of the busiest industrial tracts in West Bengal, with rich coal, fireclay, and iron-ore deposits, especially in the Raniganj coalfield area. The Damodar Valley Corporation provides irrigation, industrial power supply, and flood control. Rice, corn (maize), legumes, and oilseeds are the chief crops in the east.
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