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What is the nearest metro station from Baguiati?How to go to baguiati from that station?

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Asked by sudhanwa pal, 16 Nov '09 09:54 am
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Nearest Metro Station to Baguiati is DumDum Metro Station. Simplest way to come to Baguiati From DumDum Station is just Take a Rikshaw,it will take half an hour of time & Rikshaw Paddler will charge about 40/- Rs. Alternative is you take Any bus from DumDum to Airport No1 Gate.Drop down there & pick up a Bus for Baguiati,all BBD Bag Buses will go via Baguiati.All Buses running towards City from Airport that move via VIP road( Najrul Islam Avenue) will go Via Baguiati. Hope this will serve your purpose.
Answered by Santiranjan Pal, 16 Nov '09 12:22 pm

 
  
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Baguiati lies off the Nazrul Islam Avenue, in the eastern periphery of Kolkata city. Baguiati in the past few decades has been developing into an important commercial and trade centre. The locality is about 14 kms from the city center. Krishnapur, Shyam Nagar and Salt lake are the nearby areas of Baguiati.
* The locality of Baguiatis is about 14 kms from the heart of the city. The access into the region is provided by the roadways. Nazrul Islam Avenue connects the region with the rest of the city.
Answered by MajorVLoganathan, 16 Nov '09 10:00 am

 
  
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