The last seventeen days seem like a decade. We met everyone, explored some places, did things which were part of my life at some…Read More
We had a wonderful time, exploring some of the beautiful places in Kolkata during our vacation. However, as all the good things in life…Read More
“A book is a gift you can open again and again.” Even if we don’t know much about Garrison Keillor, we all know books…Read More
The Victoria Memorial stands tall at the heart of the city, as a perfect example of beauty and grace. A trip to Kolkata is incomplete without visiting Victoria Memorial. You always expect there is something special whenever you will go to any new place, as well as your eagerness to explore the new place a lot more. However, there is a possibility that you may still feel a little unfulfilled, may think that few things will be skipped or missed entirely. Apart from the above, you can visit Rabindra Sadan, which is a cultural centre and theatre, located near the Nandan cinema (a cultural complex) or the Academy of Fine Arts. All these are just a stone-throw away distance from Victoria Memorial.
The city offers almost everything for everyone. Depending on your choice and interest, you can plan your trip accordinglyRead More
Winter in Kolkata is very enjoyable. This is a good time to visit Kolkata. The temparature varies between 10°C to 15°C and a good time for enjoying…Read More
These are some of the places of Kolkata, which you may like to visit if you travel to the city. There are good and there will be bad things in any city. There are plenty of examples or perception to believe the city is not worth a visit or a second look. Whatever I find attractive, may not be as attractive to you. Everyone has their own rights to judge things differently. However, there are so many places around in any city, not in Kolkata alone, to come and explore.Read More
Dominique Lapierre calls it ‘The City of Joy’. For us it is ‘The City of Dreams’ or ‘The City of Hopes’. Calcutta or Kolkata…Read More
I understood the reality by the end of my first few days in Delhi and was trying hard to adopt the new environment. The…Read More
Recently, I went to visit Red Fort and come back home with so many thoughtful memories. It was not my first visit but this trip was an amazing experience.
The Red Fort of Delhi has witnessed so many rulers and an important link between the past and the present. It had witnessed the downfall of Mughal dynasty, as well as pains and sufferings throughout our freedom struggle. It has also witnessed the day when Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of India, unfurled the national flag from the ramparts of the Red Fort on 15th of August, 1947.