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Barasat is 22 km from Sealdah Station on the Sealdah–Bangaon branch line.It is at one end of the Barasat-Basirhat-Hasnabad branch line of Eastern Railway.The climate is tropical — like the rest of the Gangetic West Bengal.The hallmark is the Monsoon — from early June to mid September.Colony More: This is a junction of Krishna Nagar highway and Barrackpore Highway road connected to city of joy. 1 and take right to Jessore Road (National Highway 34) or from Shyambazar via Jessore Road off Nagerbazar to reach the same Airport Gate No.1 and head straight to Barasat.Duck Banglow More: This also another junction of Jessore road and Krishnanagar Highway. Barasat is 8 kilometres straight drive from this crossing. The NH 12 (initially under the name Krishnanagar Road) goes towards north ultimately to the North Bengal and is the major link between Calcutta and the North-East India.Indigo cultivation was a major business in and around the town.The indigo merchants were known for their inhuman treatment of the farmers.
As an urban setup in the vicinity of the Kolkata, the town is within the area of Greater Kolkata.
Like other offices it was controlled by Magistrate Office, during that time there was no Chairman of the municipality, Magistrate was the Controller of municipality. The Zilla Parishad of North 24 Parganas came into existence on 26 June 1986 due to bifurcation of erstwhile 24 Parganas district with respect to North South divide on geographical pattern.
Later on after 1882 Barasat Municipality had got its own formation as an autonomous body and became local government. This is the highest tire of three tire Panchayati Raj system having its headquarters at Barasat.
Several significant roads like National Highway 34 (Krishnanagar Road leading towards North Bengal), Jessore Road (road leading to Jessore in Bangladesh via Bongaon); road leading to Basirhat etc. During the period of Moghuls, Ram Sundar Mitra had got the Laminar at Barasat town.
Sankar Chakrabrorty, a commander of Pratapaditya, The king of Jessore (at present in Bangladesh), came to Barasat in 1600, and established himself in Barasat town.