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Barisha to, halisahar, in what is now mostly in the Kolkata (formerly called.Kali Kshetra, Land of Goddess Kali) area, were acquired by the.Sabarna Roy Choudhury family from the, mughal emperor, jahangir.3, with the decline of the once flourishing.
Saptagram port, traders and businessmen, such as the Basaks, the Sheths and others, started venturing southwards and settled in or developed places such.They set up a cotton and yarn market.Chitpur was a weaving centre and, baranagar was another textile centre.Kalighat was a pilgrimage centre.Hooghly, there were places such.
Kalikata was a lesser known place.While both Sutanuti and Gobindapur appear on old maps like Thomas Bowrey's of 1687 and George Herron's of 1690, Kalikata, situated between the two, is not depicted.However, one variant of the name, Kalkata, is mentioned in Abul Fazal s Ain-i-Akbari (1596).3 4 At that time it was recorded as a revenue district of Sirkar Satgaon.5 In 1698, Charles Eyre, son-in-law of the early colonial administrator, Job Charnock, acquired the zemindari rights of Gobindapur, Kalikata and Sutanuti from the Sabarna Roy Choudhury family.4 Subsequent to the fall of Siraj-ud-daulah, the last independent Nawab of Bengal, the English purchased 55 villages in 1758 from Mir Jafar.
These villages were known en-bloc as Dihi Panchannagram.3 After the Treaty of Allahabad, the East India Company was granted Diwani rights (the right to collect taxes in 1765, in the eastern province of Bengal-Bihar-Odisha.In 1772, Kolkata became the capital of East India Company's territories, and in 1793, the English took full control of the city and the province.Development of Kolkata's infrastructure started and in the early 19th century, the marshes surrounding the city were drained.