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Kolkata Kaleidoscope- Part1

Kolkata (erstwhile Calcutta), the capital of the state of West Bengal is by far the largest city in Eastern India. Once the seat of power of the British Raj, the city today is a potpourri of the old and the modern where underground metro railways exists with electric trams, where air conditioned taxis coexist with hand pulled rickshaws, where Victorian era architecture jostle for your attention in company of swanky new buildings, where global eateries like KFC and Mc Donald’s satiate your hunger along with the roadside stalls selling traditional savories like beguni, phuluri, cholar dal, luchi, kochuri, shingara, deemer devil,rolls, jhaal muri, phuchka and ah the list is endless…… 653 more words


Cafe, Coffee, Kolkata and more.....

Kolkata, like all the other metropolitan cities in India, has been progressing effectively in the field of restaurant business. The amount of foodies have been increasing exponentially on social media. 554 more words


Kolkata : More than just a City of Joy.


i had spent my 19 years of my life
Where i had
My first fantasy of a women
My first lie
My first cigarette… 61 more words


In The Body of The World

This weekend, I took my family to watch Eve Ensler perform her extremely powerful play, In The Body of The World. For those who don’t know her, she is most renowned for… 217 more words

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Mys(h)tic Kolkata: 2 days in the City of Joy

This post is part of the Throwback Thursday series in which I will share about some of my memorable trips from years ago.

Part of a short visit to Kolkata in which I dedicated 2 days to my touristy self. 1,148 more words


Sumit Agarwal: The Name Which Inspires the City

Passion, ambition and a brave heart are the 3 things one needs to have to achieve something meaningful in life. It’s all in the mind and self courage that makes you different from others. 501 more words


The Westo-Eastern City

“A city where heritage and urbanisation run parallel to each other”_KOLKATA. The city has been a milestone in Indian history and a ‘common point’ for the eastern and western world. 17 more words