Bardhaman is a city in West Bengal state in eastern India. It is the focal station of Purba Bardhaman territory, having transformed into a locale capital in the midst of the season of British run the show. Burdwan, an elective name for the city, has stayed being utilized since that period.
The authentic scenery of Burdwan is known from around 5000 BC. The beginning stage of this name returns to the 6th century BCE and is credited to Vardhaman Swami or Mahavira, the 24th Tirthankara of Jainism, who put some vitality in Astikagrama, as demonstrated by the Jain holy written work of Kalpasutra. This place was renamed as Vardhamana in his regard.