Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Rose Apple


Jamrul or wax apple is a tree native to Southeast Asia and widely occurring elsewhere, having been introduced as an ornamental tree and fruit. The tree has been variously attributed to the genus Eugenia Syzygium, where time seems to have been accepted on a permanent basis. There have been some species attributed to it, but now several varieties with different colors of fruit are all recognized as Syzygium. Syzygium jambos has several common names, reflecting the large number of regions in which it manifests itself as a tree garden or fruit or as an invader. 

Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Childrens Day


Every year, November 20, we celebrate the Day of the International Rights of the Child, which commemorates the anniversary of the International Convention on the Rights of the Child, the most organic framework for all initiatives in defense of children's rights approved in 1989 by the General Assembly of the United Nations and recognized in 190 countries worldwide.

Thursday, May 7, 2015

Bengali Wedding


In Bengal marriages encapsulate and symbolize a rich set of rites and rituals, traditions, and sumptuous feast, far exceeding the hundreds of other minor customs passed down from generation to generation. In Bengali culture the wedding ceremony follows an ancient tradition. The rituals of family culture in Bengal is predominantly Hindu.

Thursday, April 16, 2015

Kalighat Kali Temple


The Kalighat temple, dedicated to Goddess Kali, is one of India's most venerated and visited daily by thousands of pilgrims from all over the country. And one of the main attractions of the city of Calcutta. Originally built on the homonymous ghats of the river Hoogly, now sits on the banks of a small canal called Adi Ganga. It is not known exactly when it was built, probably around 1500, but became an important temple in 1800 when the family Sabarna Roy Choudhury, who at that time reigned in Bengal, decided to build a large new building.

Wednesday, April 15, 2015


Bakkhali is a seaside resort in the many deltaic islands spread across southern Bengal just 125 km from Kolkata. Bakkhali is unique in many ways. A few kilometers away from Kolkata, Fraserganj and Bakkhali is one of the best holiday spots for those who seek sun, sand and serenity.

Monday, April 13, 2015

Nababarsha Poila Baisakh: Bengali New Year

Pohela Boishakh or Poila Baisakh or Naba Barsha is the Bengali New Year day falls on the 14 or 15 of April every year. It's the Panjika publishing is a big business in Kolkata with Gupta Press, PM Bagchi. Bengal celebrate Poila Baishakh with happiness is also considered to be the most auspicious month for marriages and new business venture.

Sunday, April 12, 2015

Science City Kolkata

Want fun. Science City an initiative for the promotion and popularization of science is an amusement park as one can expect to see in India. At the entrance you take notes of the attractions you want to do. Visiting the Prehistoric caves scares rainy days, and can be of the impression that it can turn into a horror movie. Otherwise the theater space, the machines here are adventures back in time! Then we find all rooms scientific experiments and mirrors and dusty fishes.