Bhatpara is a town and a municipality under The North 24 Parganas of the State of West Bengal in India. The Bhatpara Municipality is one of the oldest municipalities of the state established in the year 1989. The pin code of the city is 741123. The city is known for its jute production. The jute mills draw a larger force of laborers from the neighboring states of Bihar and Orissa. The recruitment of these labors in the jute mills provides income to many.
Bhatpara is known for its tea estate. This estate was established in 1971 and has been doing quite well since then. Bhatpara municipality keeps giving tenders to public bodies like the PWD for growth and development of the city which can be seen at its website. The city is famous for its temples and ghats. The famous kali temple and the Balram Sarkar Ghat are the major tourist attraction of the city.
Bhatpara has good number of educational institutions. It is mainly known for its Sanskrit cultural heritage. There are a lot of Institutes which promote Sanskrit language and the city has given great Sanskrit scholars to the country. Bhatpara has many co-operative banks in the city. The city is well connected to the other parts of the country.