Bengal Renaissance is the socio-reform movement that took place in the 19th and early 20th century. While India was under the British raj, some scholars and other prominent personalities from Bengal came forward to question the unnecessary and the unjustified traditional values that were going on in India for centuries. In the nineteenth century, Bengal
The city of joy will bring nothing but joy to you. From hogging over the Bengali sweets to enjoying the tram rides, you might want to hop in to a club to end your perfect day even more perfectly. Kolkata has a rocking night life and was once the party capital of India. You shall
Kolkata, the City of Joy as it is lovingly called, is a bustling city with a mixed population coming from different walks of life. It is a known fact that the people of Kolkata love to hog into junk food. Likewise, the city has no dearth of eateries that serve mouth-watering dishes at very reasonable
The main inhabitants of Kolkata are majorly known as Bengalis. After the Partition of India in 1947, two types of Bengalis emerged. The people of East Bengal, known as ‘Bangal’, are people who migrated to West Bengal from Bangladesh after the Indian Independence. The people who are native to West Bengal are also called Ghoti.
Kolkata the capital city of West Bengal, lovingly called the City of Joy, goes far back in time in the history of India. The city has witnessed its fair share of the British grandeur and has retained the old world charm of the bygone British Era. The old buildings and monuments, which stand high &
Being one of the earliest headquarters during the British Era, Kolkata still retains its old world charm that is reflected in its large number of Clubs. Kolkata is home to many rich and wealthy people comprising of industrialists, entrepreneurs, writer, artists and the likes. The various Clubs of Kolkata cater to their socialistic requirements to
Calcutta (or more recently known as Kolkata), is a major cultural city of India (located in the state of West Bengal) and has even been given the nickname ‘city of joy.’ Personally, I’ve been hearing about Calcutta since I was a child, and after a brief glimpse at some of the sights that can be