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UTTARPARA

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Originally appearing in Volume V27, Page 827 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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UTTARPARA, a town of British India, in the Hugli district of Bengal, on the river Hugli. Pop. (1901) 7036. It is famous for the public library founded and endowed by Jai Krishna Mukharji, which is specially rich in books on local topography. There is an aided college, and a girls' school supported by a native association.
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It is interesting that my grandfather late Gour Mohan Bhattacharyya completed F.A. Examination (Faculty of Arts) from this college in the year 1988 I completed I.Sc.(Intermediate in Science) in 1952.
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