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Bhattamati is a small village in Murshidabad District of West Bengal. It is about 5 km west of Lalbagh Court Railway Station on Howrah-Azimganj section of the Eastern Railways.

The village is renowned for its Shaivite temple - the Bhattamati Temple. There is a six-armed Lord Krishna in a dancing posture. The temple has a few Shivlingas, which are found scattered in the vicinity of the temple.

Lalbagh, one of the neighboring towns, about 12 km from the district headquarters Berhampore, is famous for an annual festival called Bera Utsav. This festival is held during the Bengali month of Bhadra (mid of September).

Updated on 15th October, 2018
District: Murshidabad
Location: Lalbagh    


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