||The mound of Khana-Mihir or Baraha-Mihir on Prithiba Road, Berachampa
||The legend of Khana (also named Lilavati elsewhere) centers around her association with Pragjyotishpur (the Bengal / Assam border), or possibly Chandraketugarh in southern Bengal (where a mound has been discovered amongst ruins with the names of Khana and Mihir associated with it) and that she was the daughter-in-law of the famous astronomer and mathematician, Varahamihira, a jewel among Chandragupta II Vikramaditya's famed Navaratnasabha. Daivajna Varahamihir (505 – 587), also called Varaha or Mihira, was an Indian astronomer, mathematician, and astrologer born in Ujjain (or Bengal, according to some legends). The Indian Parliament building contains pictures of Varahamihira and Aryabhata, among other astronomers. Though little is known about his life, he supposedly hailed from South Bengal, where in the ruins of Chandraketugarh there is a mound called the mound of Khana and Mihir. Khana was the daughter-in-law of Varaha and a famous astrologer herself.
||On Taki Road , from Barasat & Basirhat there is Bus to Berachampa More, and by train to Haroa Road station and from station Berachampa more.
||Chakla Dham is considered one of the most visited pilgrimage or religious place after Dakkhineshwar and Kalighat. It is located near Basirhat few miles away from Barasat, North 24 Parganas of West Bengal.Having the main attraction of Baba Lokenath temple the village has nothing except it still is able to attract a lot of religious people wither for offering puja or simply as tourist. People here come from different corner of India to offer puja and tie a dhaga near the temple to fulfil their wish or to just show their devotion to Him. Even the villagers grew economically well just because of this tourist attraction and earn their living through them which is another very important aspect of Chakla.
||On Taki Road , from Barasat & Basirhat there is Bus to Berachampa More, and by train to Haroa Road station and from station Berachampa more. From Berachmapa more there are bus and Autorikshaw to the temple.