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Bally Canal separating Uttarpara and Bally. Hundreds of Brick Kilns dot the canal embankment  
The scenic Hooghly river - Sail boats still carry cargo across the river
Jumping from Bally Bridge by Children. It is a popular sports among children in the vicinity of the canal - though a 40 ft jump into the canal could be dangerous
Southern Entrance of Uttarpara - Bridge over Bally Canal
Where Bally Canal meets Hooghly river - beautiful scene of the Ganges, Bally Canal and Dakshineswar temple at the opposite bank of the river
Girls' Section - Amarendra Vidyapith
Statue of Biplabi Amarendranath Chattopadhyay
The old gives way to new - Uttarpara is throbbing with new buildings, mostly apartment blocks.
Adda is your mental protein - indulge in it for healthy growth of your cerebral faculty Utarparans seem to be telling the World
Call it Adda, chitchat, buzz, yak, gossip, tittle-tattle, chewing fat - just anything. Social meetd in local tea shop is integral part of Bengali living. Familiar scene in a Uttarpara tea shop - specially on Sundays
Dakshineswar Temple from Bally Bridge - Picturesque Beauty of Bally canal meeting Hooghly River
Uttarpara General Hospital - originally 'Andar Mahal' or inner abode of Raja Peary Mohan Mukherjee
In front of a Uttarpara school
Most Hindu Rituals begin and end with holy dip in the Ganges - culmination of 5-hour long Upanayan (sacred thread) ceremony in Muktakeshi Kali temple
 

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