Udaipur Beach: A Treat in Monsoon with Silence

Follow my blog with Bloglovin When I researched on Udaipur Sea Beach, I found that there are so many articles written, where Udaipur is considered as the virgin sea beach near New Digha,… Continue reading

Kakdwip, South 24 Parganas District

Have you ever heard the story of Nabakumar in Kapalkundala by Bankim Chandra Chattopadhaya? It is the late medieval Bengali romantic novel, where Nabakumar, the hero met with Kapalkundala and fell in love… Continue reading

TALSARI BEACH- See the end and a new begining

Directions: Take Howrah to Digha bound train and reach Digha there. Tamralipta Express, Paharia Express, Howrah – Digha Super AC Express, Kandari Express are the train accessible from Howrah Station. After that take… Continue reading


Shankarpur is a hot weekend destination stuns the photographers during sunrise and sunset. Visit to Shankarpur will comfort you from your shoebox every day life.

St. Andrew’s Church

St Andrew’s Church is a Scottish kirk located very near to St John’s Church and Jewish Church at Braboune Road. It has the history of British East India Company and the relation with the British Government with the Scottish people living in India at that time.

St John’s Church, Kolkata

St John’s Church is an early British monument of Kolkata, built by Jame Agg on the land donated by by the Raja of Shovabazar Rajbari. The church occupies the vast tract of land with the graves and the war memorials.

Metcalfe Hall

Metcalfe Hall has the Greek order architecture and this building acted as the library from 1903, but before it was the hall of conferences during the time of Reformation of Bengal in society. Having close similarity with the ancient buildings of Greece, Metcalfe hall is named after Lord Metcalfe who initiated for the freedom of press in colonial India.

Rabindra Sarobar- Oxygen of South Kolkata

Rabindra Sarobar which is previously named as Dhakuriya Lake is a green zone for Kolkatans. It is widely regarded as the hot spot for the painters, sculpture lovers, lovers and morning walkers.

Frasergaunj- Silent Sea in #Beautifulbengal

Frasergaunj is a nice weekend gateway, about three and half hours drive from City of Joy; located just ahead of Bakkhali. It will give you the peace in mind and soul in the midst of forest society and silent sea. Not only that, when I travelled in this area in winter noon, the silence provokes me to think of self. Frasergaunj echoes not only nature, but also the tragic love tale of British general.

Shantiniketan- The Place of Peace

Shantiniketan. It is the name of peace. It is the name of solitude. It is the name of isolation. While I move in the silent roads of laterite sands, echoes a poem “…..and… Continue reading