Thursday, May 15, 2014

Engineers Day



The desire to bring the ambitions of future engineers to the needs of the labour market was the compelling motive which led to the birth of the first edition of the Engineers Day. A moment of reflection and discussion, designed specifically to bring together two worlds intrinsically and inevitably eager to understand and complete to the best. In parallel, the day represented by the participating companies the opportunity not only to promote the brand and its corporate vision, but the chance to meet new graduates and future engineers, snatch fullest potential, desires and employment goals.

Monday, March 24, 2014

Teachers Day


Teachers Day is a special day in which students thank their teachers, who are crucial to their growth. It is a time to hear for teachers. In India, unlike other places in the world, education is perceived as fundamental, as well as the efforts made ​​by those who work in education. Who knows how to teach well every day receives a small gift and a silent thank you. A day dedicated to what would be the occasion to give the opportunity of even the most timid expressions.

Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Rabindra Sarobar


Rabindra Sarobar previously known as Dhakuria Lake that was created in the 1920s by excavation in a swampy area to provide soil for filling up the low lying areas is an artificial man-made lake in south Kolkata spread over 48 hectares with parks, gardens and walking alleys.

Monday, March 3, 2014

Mother Teresa


On the ground floor of the Mother House, the mother-house in the Lower Circular Road in Calcutta, there is the simple and unadorned chapel where since September 13, 1997, after the solemn state funeral, the mortal remains of Mother Teresa. Inside, however, time seems to stop every time, crystallized into a kind of rarefied bubble the tomb chapel houses a poor and bare, a block of white concrete which has been placed on the personal Bible of Mother Teresa and a statue of Mary with a wreath at the neck, next to a marble tombstone engraved with the above, in English, a verse from the Gospel of John: "Love one another as I have loved you" (15:12).

Thursday, February 27, 2014

Radha Ashtami


Radha Ashtami, or Radhashtami, Radha's birthday is celebrated on the eighth day of the Shukla Paksha, during the waxing moon in the month of Bhadrapad August or September. In Brihad Gautamiya Tantra, Radharani is described as the direct counterpart of Lord Krishna, the primeval power of the Lord. The love of Radha Krishna is the symbol of the union of two souls, infinite and unconditional. Radha is the haladini shakti of Krishna.

Thursday, February 13, 2014

Celebrate Love on Valentine's Day in Kolkata

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Get cosy in a fine rainy day in a public park in Kolkata, at the Victoria Memorial or at the Nandan complex, which are an exceptional lover's zone very popular among youngsters, couples for dating, as also cinema halls put up closed box sitting arrangements to woo couples.

Wednesday, February 12, 2014

National Library of India


The hefty neo-Renaissance National Library of India established in 1836 at Belvedere, near Alipore, once the home of the Lieutenant-Governors of Bengal is the largest repository of print resources in India by volume Built in Italian renaissance style.

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