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Ukrah or Nagarukhra is a village of the Haringhata community development block in the Kalyani subdivision of the Nadia district in the Indian state of West Bengal.


Ukrah, on the south and north banks of Jamuna River, is also called The Place of Festival for the many festivals held there every year.

Get in[edit]

Ukrah is well connected by Kanchrapara-Haringhata-Jaleswar Road along the distance with 11 km, and linked with National Highway 34 & 35 and Kalyani Expressway directly. The National highway 35 also covers the same distance of 11 km from this village. Habra railway station & Kanchrapara railway station are 11 km and 23 km away, respectively.

Get around[edit]

Ukrah Kalibari Temple is about 2-3 minute distance from No. 22 Bus stand & 10-15 min distance from MN3/95 bus stop.


  • Ukrah Kalibari Temple.
  • Auditorium.
  • Chatra Lake.
  • Jamuna River & Ferry Ghatt.
  • Childrens' Park.
  • St. Thomas Catholic Church.
  • Satsangha.
  • Lok Utsav.
  • Rath Yatra.
  • Basanta Utsav.


The Lok Utsav festival is held here in the mid winter at Ekadash Club playground of Ukrah.


Ukrah is one of the largest marketplaces in the Haringhata community development block. Here many different types of markets are individually available for buyers and sellers. Here people can get fresh vegetables from the nearby grocery shops.





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