Bally is a town in the Indian state of West Bengal. It is situated in the Howrah District and falls under the Howrah Municipal Corporation. The town is located on the banks of the Hooghly River and strategically stands in between two famous tourist spots - the Dakshineswar Kali Temple and the Belur Math. Bally is very well connected by road, rail as well as water. Three major railway lines pass through Bally - the Howrah-Barddhaman Chord Line, the Howrah?Bardhaman main line and the Sealdah-Dankuni Line. The town of Bally has five railway stations - Bally junction, Bally Ghat, Bally Halt, Rajchandrapur and Belanagar. The Grand Trunk Road passes through this town. Two bridges across the Hooghly river connects Bally with the metro city of Kolkata - the Vivekananda Setu (also known as Bally Bridge) and the Nivedita Setu. Bally also has a ferry pier called Bally Ghat which runs ferry services on the river. Bally is a residential suburb of Kolkata and most of its residents travel to the city for work.
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