Chandannagar (also known by its former name Chandannagore and Freanch name Chandernagor) is a city in the Hooghly District in Indian State of West Bengal . It is located on the western bank of Hooghly River, the town was a former French colony. The city has a unique culture due to the mixed Bengali culture and French culture, different from other cities in West Bengal. There have more attractive palces like Chandannagor Museum & Institute, The Sacred Heart Church of Chandannagore, French Cemetry, Chandannagar Gate, Patal Bari, Nanadadulal Temple, Bishalaxmi Temple etc.
Jagadhatri Puja is a major social – cultural event in this region , attracting massive crowds from all over the state of West Bengal. The beginning of Jagadhatri Puja in Chandannagar earlier than 1750. Indranarayan Choudhury performed the Jagadhatri Puja at his own house in Chandannagar. The date of community Jagadhatri Puja in Chandanaagr was 1790. In those days Robert Clive called Loxmigonj of Chandannagore the ‘Granary of Bengal’.The Jagadhatri Puja at Chaulpotty in Loxmigonj is probably the historic example of the ancient community Jagadhatri Puja . One of the main attractions of the Jagadhatri idol of Chandannagore is the ornamental decorations of the goddess with sola and the beautiful canvas of mats with paintings at the back of the image.
Pick-up Points: Pick-up from various locations in the city