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Dakshineswar is a locality in Kamarhati Municipality of North 24 Parganas district in the Indian state of West Bengal. It is a part of the area covered by Kolkata Metropolitan Development Authority (KMDA).

Dakshineswar is the most important international pilgrimage centre in the district. Dakshineswar Kali Temple was built in 1855 by Rani Rashmoni. The temple is famous for its association with Shri Ramkrishna Dev, a mystic of 19th Century Bengal. Large number of people gather at Dakshineswar throughout the year especially on the day of Shyama Puja, Shiva Chaturdashi, Bengali New Year’s Day(naba barsha), Akshaya Tritiya and on 1 January every year on the occasion of Kalpataru Utsava (the day Shree Ramkrishna attained siddhi)[3][4][5]

As per the District Statistical Handbook, “Panchabati Ban is the place where Shri Ramakrishna Paramhansha Dev planted five (pancha) trees i.e. Asvattha, Bata, Bel, Asok and Amlaki, under which he used to meditate. The Panchamundi Asan is called so because there are five human skulls buried underneath and Shri Ramakrishna Paramhansha Dev used to sit and meditate on the asan (seat) and attained siddhi (enlightenment/attainment with the Holy Spirit i.e. the God; in his case Goddess Kali).”[5]

Adyapeath Ashram, located nearby at Dakshineswar, is the house of deities of Sri Adya Shakti.[5]
Belghoria Expressway is a tolled expresswayconnecting the junction points of NH 19 and NH 16 near Dankuni to Dakshineswar, across Nivedita Setu, and NH 12 (Jessore Road), near Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport.[9][10]Dakshineswar is also connected by ordinary toll-free roads to Dankuni across Vivekananda Setu (old Bally Bridge) and Dunlop mor (in Baranagar) on State Highway 1 (locally popular as Barrackpore Trunk Road).[11]

Dakshineswar railway station is 13 km from Sealdah railway station on the Calcutta Chord line linking Dum Dum Junction railway stationwith Dankuni Junction railway station.[12]

Dakhsineswar-Belur Math and Dakshineswar-Uttarpara ferry services are available across the Hooghly from Ma Bhabatarini Jetty.[11]

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The 350 m long and narrow Rani Rashmoni Road links Dakshineswar bus stand and railway station to the Kali temple. This road is used annually by 13 million devotees. On festival days 1 lakh people visit Dakshineswar. On 17 March 2015, the Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee laid the foundation stone of a 400 m long, 10.5 m wide elevated walkway over the congested road to be built at a cost of Rs. 63 crore. The road below would be widened and used only by vehicles. The skywalk will have 12 escalators, 4 elevators and 8 staircases. There is provision for 200 shops inside the skywalk.[13][14][15][16]The Skywalk, named Dakshineswar Rani Rashmoni Skywalk, was ianugurated by Mamata Banerjee, Chief Minister of West Bengal, on 5 November 2018.[17]

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The extension of Kolkata Metro Line 1 from Dum Dum to Dakshineswar was sanctioned in 2010-11. It was extended up to Noapara in 2013. The subsequent work was held up because of the encroachments on railway land. The state government has taken steps to remove the encroachment and work is expected to make progress. The metro station is under construction next to the railway station. As of July 2018, the earliest it can be expected to be in operation is September 2019, but may get delayed up to early 2020.

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