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Welcome To English Bazar Municipality

Englishbazar Municipality of Malda district is one of the Oldest Local Bodies in this state. To talk of Englishbazar, few words on Malda may not be exaggeration.  Malda, best known either as ‘Gateway of Doors’ or ‘Land of Mango’ is located at 25.00° N 88.15°E. It has an average elevation of 17 metres. Mahananda, the ancient river is the silent bystander of ups & downs of different Empires. It is lying in the East of Englishbazar.  The weather is usually extremely humid and tropical. Englishbazar Municipality came to existence nearly 153 years ago and through the passage of time, the Municipality has arrived to its present state.
  It had been within the limits of ancient ‘Gour’ and ‘Pandua’ (Poundrabardhana). These two cities had been the capital of Bengal in ancient and medieval ages and are equidistant, north and south from Englishbazar town (once known as Englishbazar established by the British Rulers).
The boundary of Gour was changed at different phases, in different ages since 5th Century BC and its name can be found in Puranic text. ‘Pundranagar’ was the principle capital of Mourya Empire. Gour and Poundrabardhana formed parts of the Mourya Empire as is evinced from the inscriptions in Brahmilipton a seal discovered from the ruins of Mahasthangarh in the Bagura district of Bangladesh. Hiuen Tsang saw many Asokan stupas at Poundrabardhana. The inscription discovered in the district of undivided Dinajpur and other parts of North Bengal along with the Allahabad Pillar inscriptions of Samudragupta clearly indicate that the whole of North Bengal as far east as Kamrup formed a part of the Gupta Empire. After the Gupta`s in the beginning of 7th century AD Sasanka, the king of Gour ruled independently for more than three Decades. Karna-Subarna of Murshidabad was his capital.   From the middle of 8th century to the end of 11th century, the Pal Dynasty ruled Bengal. Buddhism was their religion. It was during their reign, the Jagadalla Vihara (Monastery) in Bannid flourished paralleling with Nalanda, Vikramshila and Devicot.
Englishbazar Municipality of Malda district is one of the Oldest Local Bodies in this state. To talk of Englishbazar, few words on Malda may not be exaggeration.  Malda, best known either as ‘Gateway of Doors’ or ‘Land of Mango’ is located at 25.00° N 88.15°E. It has an average elevation of 17 metres. Mahananda, the ancient river is the silent bystander of ups & downs of different Empires. It is lying in the East of Englishbazar.  The weather is usually extremely humid and tropical. Englishbazar Municipality came to existence nearly 153 years ago and through the passage of time, the Municipality has arrived to its present state.
  It had been within the limits of ancient ‘Gour’ and ‘Pandua’ (Poundrabardhana). These two cities had been the capital of Bengal in ancient and medieval ages and are equidistant, north and south from Englishbazar town (once known as Englishbazar established by the British Rulers).
The boundary of Gour was changed at different phases, in different ages since 5th Century BC and its name can be found in Puranic text. ‘Pundranagar’ was the principle capital of Mourya Empire. Gour and Poundrabardhana formed parts of the Mourya Empire as is evinced from the inscriptions in Brahmilipton a seal discovered from the ruins of Mahasthangarh in the Bagura district of Bangladesh. Hiuen Tsang saw many Asokan stupas at Poundrabardhana. The inscription discovered in the district of undivided Dinajpur and other parts of North Bengal along with the Allahabad Pillar inscriptions of Samudragupta clearly indicate that the whole of North Bengal as far east as Kamrup formed a part of the Gupta Empire. After the Gupta`s in the beginning of 7th century AD Sasanka, the king of Gour ruled independently for more than three Decades. Karna-Subarna of Murshidabad was his capital.   From the middle of 8th century to the end of 11th century, the Pal Dynasty ruled Bengal. Buddhism was their religion. It was during their reign, the Jagadalla Vihara (Monastery) in Bannid flourished paralleling with Nalanda, Vikramshila and Devicot.
 

   Our Chairman
1648645380.jpg Sri Krishnendu Narayan Choudhury is an Indian advocate and politician. He has served as the Cabinet Minister of Tourism and Minister of Food processing and Horticulture from West Bengal.He was former MLA from English Bazar and State General Secretary of All India Trinamool Congress.
Krishnendu Narayan Choudhury, son of sri Manindra Narayan Choudhury, was born in 1958 in a well known jamindar family of Malda District . He is BA and LLB from Calcutta University

 
 
   Chairman    : Sri Krishnendu Narayan Choudhury


 
Online Services
 
 Online Property Tax            -> https://tax.englishbazarmunicipality.in/index.aspx
 Online Building Plan           -> https://obpsudma.wb.gov.in/
 New Online Trade License -> https://edistrict.wb.gov.in/PACE/login.do
 Online Mutation                  -> https://wburbanservices.org/
 

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