Nadia district is a district of the state of West Bengal,India. The district is borders with Bangladesh to the east, North 24 Parganas and Hooghly districts to the south, Bardhaman district to the west and Murshidabad district to the north.Nabadwip and Nadia were great centres of learning for five centuries and were referred to as “Oxford of Bengal”. Spreading over 390027 Square kilometers in area and the Tropic of Cancer divides the district in two parts. Krishnanagar is situated on the bank of river Jalangi and is named after Raja Krishna Chandra Rai. The Rajbari built here during the reign of Raja Krishna Chandra Rai is a prominent place of tourist attraction. A dilapidated structure of the exquisite places with carving on its inner walls exists today. Places of interest are Nabadwip, Mayapur, Shantipur, Palashi, Ballal Dhipi,Shivaniwas, Krishnanagar, Bethuadahari, Bahadurpur Forest, Hasadanga Beel, Mangaldwip Char, etc. One must visit the Ghurni Putulpatti which is an arcade for selling Mud Sculpture and this place is known for Making one of the best Mud Sculpture in the Country.