bridges

Vidyasagar Setu at Night

January 30, 2013 Kalyan Panja 0 Comments


Vidyasagar Setu. A cable stayed bridge is a bridge type suspended in which the deck is supported by a series of cables the head stays anchored to pylons or towers support. Compared to a suspension bridge of conventional type, in which the deck is in fact suspended by hangers to the vertical load-bearing cables that take the form very similar to a parabola, the stays of cable-stayed bridge connecting directly to the floor of the deck to the towers and assume a form apparently rectilinear.

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sports

Salt Lake Stadium

January 27, 2013 Kalyan Panja 1 Comments


The frenzied excitement of the Indian club football scene with crowds that turn up in tsunami esque proportions is a scene worth witnessing. It's only befitting that Asia's biggest stadium, the oval shaped Salt Lake Stadium, popularly referred to as the Yuva Bharati Krirangan has a seating capacity for 120000 spectators.

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cabs,

Howrah Taxi

January 26, 2013 Kalyan Panja 0 Comments


Howrah Station Taxi Stand Prepaid and Postpaid taxi services. The taxi is a car that performs a service carrying passengers on the public square for a fee, or on parking in designated public areas, specifically in a city with a guide to the driver, described as taxi or taxi driver.

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people

Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Airport

January 23, 2013 Kalyan Panja 0 Comments



The International Airport of Kolkata Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose also called simply Calcutta Airport is an airport located 17 km from the center of Calcutta, in India. Originally the airport was called Dum Dum Airport before he was given the name in honor of Subhas Chandra Bose. It is the largest airport in eastern India. It is the center for all flights to the northeastern India and Bangladesh.

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trees

Date Palm

January 22, 2013 Kalyan Panja 0 Comments


The date palm is a plant belonging to the family Arecaceae. It was known since antiquity among the Egyptians, the Carthaginians, the Greeks, the Romans, the Berbers for its edible fruits called dates. Because of the antiquity of cultivation, its native range can not be determined with certainty, considering that it was already cultivated in 4000 BC in Babylon.

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heritage

Ambassador Hindustan Motors

January 21, 2013 Kalyan Panja 0 Comments


The Hindustan Motors is a car manufacturer of India, based in Kolkata in the state of Bengal. It is part of the Industrial Group Birla Technical Services. The company was the largest producer of automobiles in India before growth, and the consequent passing by the Maruti Udyog. The Hindustan still produces model Ambassador, derived from the Morris Oxford English from 1954, widely used as a taxi or as self representation.

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transport

Kolkata Ferry Service

January 20, 2013 Kalyan Panja 0 Comments


The Ferry service connects Kolkata to Howrah and provides a cheap alternative route to the Howrah rail terminus. A ferry is a means of transport that allows crossing a water obstacle encountered along a path, usually over a relatively short distance, and with a service implemented regularly. The ferry can also take place through a vessel that carries passengers at the same time with their cars or commercial vehicles and rail cars this usually ship is equipped with special ramps and movable bridges to facilitate the boarding of vehicles and is called Roll-on or Roll-off .

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people

Acharya Jagadish Chandra Bose

January 19, 2013 Kalyan Panja 0 Comments


Jagadish Chandra Bose was a physicist and botanist Indian, pioneer of radio. Born in Bengal now Bangladesh during the British government, was the son of a magistrate. At nine years old he was sent to study in Calcutta. He had as teachers Jesuit Father Eugene Lafont, who played an important role to develop his interest in the natural sciences, and the son of Charles Darwin, Francis Darwin.

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roads

Red Road

January 18, 2013 Kalyan Panja 0 Comments


Red Road. Prominent occupy in road design considerations geological, since problems relating to this field can in some cases push the designer to radically alter the path chosen initially because of even serious problems of this nature. For this reason it is also necessary during the design, check with a geological and geotechnical feasibility of the work.

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fruits

Malda Mango

January 17, 2013 Kalyan Panja 0 Comments


Popularly called the Mango City, Malda, is the fifth largest city of Bengal. The mango, is a tree belonging to the family of Anacardiaceae, native of India and cultivated in all areas tropical. The word mango is derived from the word Portuguese manga. The first attestation of the word in a European language is found in 1510 in a text by Ludovico de Varthema in Italian as Manga.

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cuisine,

Puchka Panipuri

January 13, 2013 Kalyan Panja 0 Comments


Puchka or Panipuri is a spicy tangy thirst quenching street food that there is so much one can talk about this famous dish which is popular all over made ​​with flour of cereals and water, as all the other loaves, but without having undergone the process of fermentation and without added yeast.

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culture

Murshidabad Baluchari

January 11, 2013 Kalyan Panja 0 Comments



The district of Murshidabad, West Bengal, is renowned for its production of silk. This district is also the city of Baluchari, from which originated the style of the same name already presented. Murshidabad silk is smooth and shiny; is often printed with tribal motifs, batik or playful geometric patterns.

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river

Damodar River

January 10, 2013 Kalyan Panja 0 Comments

Damodar river

Damodar River is a river flowing across Bengal and flows 368 miles to reach the south western fringes of Kolkata to join the river Hooghly. Rich in mineral resources, the valley is home to large-scale mining and industrial activity. The two minerals that are widely available in the land beneath and around this river are coal and mica. As per the history of Damodar River, it used to flow from west to east in Bengal and joined Hooghly River near Kalna. But later on, it changed its travel route.

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cuisine,

The Magnificent Hilsa Fish

January 09, 2013 Kalyan Panja 0 Comments

Hilsa Fish ilish khoka

The monsoon delicacy Hilsa fish locally known as Ilish is an addiction of Bengalis and is the ultimate in Bengali cuisine without which a Bengali platter is never complete. Most fish is oviparous, that is, reproduces by means of eggs that are fertilized and develop outside the mother's body. Some fish leave the eggs randomly, others build a nest or covered with sediment. Only a few species take parental care, protecting the nest or young fry.

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cuisine,

Radhaballavi

January 08, 2013 Kalyan Panja 0 Comments

Radha Ballavi kachori puri luchi

Radhaballavi is a delicious Bengali soft, fluffy, lentil stuffed bread which is stuffed with Bengal gram paste, very popular in breakfast and as evening snack served either with Cholar Dal. The pure, or poori Puri, is an unleavened bread Indian non leavened, consumed mainly in India, Pakistan, Turkey and Bangladesh as before breakfast , snack or quick meal. It is also usually served along with other dishes vegetarian during ceremonial functions and as part of the offer to the gods in the prasadam.

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cuisine,

Rasmalai

January 07, 2013 Kalyan Panja 0 Comments

Rasmalai sweet

Rasmalai is a Bengali sweet dessert sweet rustic made on the farm with homemade cheese and milk milled on site. It's a simple sweet, an old recipe but it is very tasty and very nutritious ie full of calories.

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food

Malgudi Junction

January 06, 2013 Kalyan Panja 1 Comments

Malgudi Junction kolkata

Malgudi Junction is a small eatery on Camac Street serving pure vegetarian, South Indian food. As the name suggests this place is inspired by the railway station, celebrated in the sketches of R K Narayan. Rasipuram Krishnaswami Narayan is one of the great fathers of Indian literature of the twentieth century. He is the author of numerous novels, many of them set in Malgudi, fictional village in southern India.

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landmarks

22 Camac Street

January 04, 2013 Kalyan Panja 0 Comments

22 Camac Street kolkata

22 Camac Street is a high end shopping destination running in the central business district a major thoroughfare in Kolkata. Located in the heart of Kolkata, is home to the first permanent home of the high end shopping destinations. Is still the center of the shopping district of Kolkata, so much so that the term Camac Street indicates, for par excellence.

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places,

Shakespeare Sarani

January 03, 2013 Kalyan Panja 0 Comments

Shakespeare Sarani Theater Road

Shakespeare Sarani earlier Theater Road is a street running in the central business district of Kolkata from Park Circus to Chowringhee Road. Shakespeare lived between the sixteenth and the seventeenth century, a period when the company was making the transition from medieval to the modern world. In 1558 the throne of the kingdom had risen Elizabeth I of England, ushering in a period of artistic and cultural flowering that she took the name.

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education

St Xavier's College

January 02, 2013 Kalyan Panja 0 Comments

St Xavier's College

St. Xavier's College is a master's college founded in 1860, named after St. Francis Xavier, a Jesuit saint of the 16th century, who travelled to India. This college accommodates approximately 5000 students from across India and around the world in its programs in art, science, Commerce, information systems and application programs.

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