The human habitation named Hooghly-Chinsurah stands as an age old witness to the perennial ebb and tide of the Ganga, also named as Hooghly River. Besides being an ancient town, it has a rich cultural legacy. With the effusive efflux in the greatest river of India close to it, Hooghly-Chinsurah has a fountain head of an opulent and affluent culture and education. The alluring charm of her riches attracted the Pathans, the Mughals, the Portugueses, the Dutches, the Armenians, the French and English in various phases of her history. Interestingly enough, one locality of Hooghly-Chinsurah, even in 21st century is still “Mughaltuli”. Hooghly as a district was formed in 1749 sq.km. The importance of the place can be ascertained in the historical event of setting up of Bengal’s first railway from Howrah to Hooghly, inaugurated on 15th August, 1854.