Calcutta High Court

December 22, 2014 Kalyan Panja 0 Comments

Calcutta High Court is the oldest High Court in India. Its duties consisted in the control of the constitutionality of laws passed by Parliament, in checking the compatibility of the laws and regulations of the State with respect to the statute and limited their effectiveness in the territory, as well as in criminal proceedings for crimes committed in the exercise of their duties.



TATA Centre

December 19, 2014 Kalyan Panja 0 Comments

Tata Centre is one of the largest industrial groups in India with a long history in various industrial sectors. The Tata Group was founded by Jamshedji Tata and from the foundation of a member of the Tata family has almost always been at the helm of the group. Currently the chairman is Ratan Tata who succeeded JRD Tata in the nineties . The group consists of 93 companies in seven business sectors that employs about 220,000 employees. About 65% of the ownership of Tata Group is controlled by the Foundation.



Hooghly River

December 16, 2014 Kalyan Panja 0 Comments

Hugli, often referred to in its transliteration English Hooghly, is a river of India of 250 km, branch west of the delta of the Ganges. It forms a Santipur near the town of Baharampur, flows in the state of West Bengal, passing between the twin cities of Howrah and Kolkata and empties into the Bay of Bengal near Diamond Harbor. Its two main tributaries are the Damodar and the Rupnarayan.



Purnima Full Moon

December 15, 2014 Kalyan Panja 0 Comments

Purnima or full moon or Poornima is the date of the full moon, the day considered particularly favorable by Hindus, which in some communities is celebrated by fasting from dawn to dusk. It is believed that fasting Purnima aid to purify from sins committed.



Nicco Park

December 14, 2014 Kalyan Panja 0 Comments

Set up in Salt Lake, on the eastern fringe of Kolkata, Nicco park is an amusement park covering an area of 40 acres with a variety of fascinating and interesting rides including Asia's largest wooden roller coaster.



Sandesh Sweet

December 13, 2014 Kalyan Panja 1 Comments


Sandesh is a dry sweet made of curd, milk and sugar, that originated in Bengal and is very popular here. In the region of the Bay of Bengal, where the delta of the Ganges, divided in two by the border of Bengal, the region is famous for its fish and sweet.



Khichuri Bhog

December 11, 2014 Kalyan Panja 0 Comments

Khichdi made mostly religious festivals, finds favor in every home any time. The crunchiness of roasted peanuts complements. It is a tasty dish, where the aroma of the spices is mixed with the smoky flavor of the rice with perfect balance. I do not like to serve for breakfast, as it would be a must, but I'd recommend it for lunch a little exotic or for a Indian dinner as an alternative to the classic fried rice.



Indian Coffee House

December 08, 2014 Kalyan Panja 0 Comments

A round tower of red brick emerges from the asphalt near the bus station, a stone's throw from the College Street, a work of the British architect Laurie Becker, inspired by Gandhi who left Europe to build low-cost housing and ecological in India. An old Victorian building, with the high ceiling internal balcony and a gallery similar to a movie theater or the women's gallery of a church. The entrance cramped and dark conceals ample space and noisy inside.



Mani Square

December 06, 2014 Kalyan Panja 0 Comments

Mani Square, which opened on June 2008, is one of the leading shopping centers in Kolkata. With over five years of experience and more than fifteen million visitors has always been a reference point for shopping in the east of Kolkata, near Salt Lake. The Mall is frequented not only by the inhabitants of this beautiful place, but also by the many tourists and travelers who have the pleasure to stop for a relaxing break from shopping or dining.



Jalebi: Fritters in Syrup

December 05, 2014 Kalyan Panja 1 Comments


The jalebi, or imaratee or jilawii and sometimes jalibi is a sweet, typical of Persia and parts of the Indian Subcontinent such as India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal, and Bangladesh. They are made ​​of batter fried in the form of pretzel or circular shape, which are then soaked in syrup. These cakes are served hot or cold. They have a slightly rubbery consistency inner and an outer surface harder because of the sugar that is crystallized from outer coating. Syrup are often added or replaced other products such as the juice of lemon, rosewater or other flavors such as kewra .