Gopalpur is a census town in the Indian state of West Bengal. It is situated in the Ranaghat subdivision of the Nadia district. The town lies towards the east of Hooghly River, with rich and fertile alluvial plains. Mostly an agricultural city, the economy of Gopalpur is driven by the cultivation of food crops as well as cash crops. The commonly cultivated crops in this city are paddy, pulses, cereals, potatoes and other vegetables. This town has a meager population of around 8000 people who are mostly employed in the agricultural sector. The town is a suburb to the metro city of Kolkata and is well connected via railway and roads. Bengali is the most commonly spoken language in Gopalpur.
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