About Taki Municipality

At 22.59°N, 88.92°E Taki is the erstwhile capital city of an old and defunct Kingdom of Taki. It is presently a municipality under Hasnabad police station, Basirhat subdivision in North 24 Parganas district in West Bengal, India. It is separated from Bangladesh by the River Ichhamati.

Taki Municipality stands on the bank of the river Ichhamati of the border of Bangaladesh at the farthest end of North 24 Parganas. The Municipality dates back to 1st April 1869 and one of the oldest Municipalities of undivided Bengal.

It is the gateway of Sunderban (Bay of Bengal) and is a Heritage Town and remarkable tourist place in the map of West Bengal. The dreamy river Ichhamati flows and welcomes all with its gentle breeze.

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Sri Somenath Mukherjee

Chairman Taki Municipality

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Announcements

Notice 2

February 5, 2018February 5, 2018
Taki Municipality was established in 1869, on the 1st of April. The progress and development of Taki run tall and wide after the establishment of its Municipality.

Notice 1

February 5, 2018
Situated by the river Ichhamati, Taki was a land of zamindar families. The lives of these zamindar existed from the time of the Mughals, and they served even the British.