Hooghly district is one of the Indian states of West Bengal. It can alternatively be spelled Hoogli or Hugli. The community is named after the Hoogli River.
Also, the first European to reach this area was the Portuguese sailor Vasco da Gama. In 1536 Portuguese traders obtained a permit from Sultan Mahmud Shah to trade in this area. In those days the River was the main route for transportation and Hooghly served as an excellent trading port.
There have some eminent builders groups are Alcove, Shriram Group, Sugam Group, Eden Realty, etc. The average land area is between 6 acres – 314 acres. Although it’s constantly evolving as investors try to optimize their profits and respond to market demands. Both 2 BHK and 3 BHK are the most common room configurations in the area. The estimated cost for 2bhk on sale is Rs. 18 lacs -Rs. 29 lacs, and 3bhk it’s in the range of Rs. 30 Lacs – 36 Lacs.
The headquarters of the district are at Hooghly-Chinsura (Chuchura). There are four subdivisions: Chinsurah Sadar, Srirampore, Chandannagore, and Arambagh.
Although, the Bengal Renaissance and the fight for Indian independence were both influenced by Chinsurah and the Hoogly. Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay, a graduate of Hooghly Collegiate School, composed “Vande Mataram,” India’s national hymn, in Joraghat, China. Nazrul Islam wrote his revolutionary songs while he was detained by the British in Hoogli Jail.
The Second Hoogli Bridge, also known as Vidyasagar Setu, is a toll bridge that spans the HoogliRiver in West Bengal, India, connecting the towns of Kolkata and Howrah.
Some renowned projects of the locality
The nearest airport station of Hooghly is Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose.