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. … More Frasergaunj- Silent Sea in #Beautifulbengal

Hoogly Imambara: An Example of Islamic Architecture in Bengal

Journey by train in any country is worthwhile for a traveller. Brought up by hearing whistles of trains from Sealdah, I began to explore my neighbouring destinations in Bengal from the late school days. I went for exploring Hooghly when I was in first grade of college years. Bunked from college classes, I, alone, stepped … More Hoogly Imambara: An Example of Islamic Architecture in Bengal

Standing near the Tower of Silent History : Jatar Deul

It was on 26th January 2014. I decided to go Jatar Deul or jatar Deula or Jotar Deul (Jota means the hair stiffed head of Lord Shiva) after visiting some of the websites related to Bengal’s ruined temples. Jatar deul, to me one of the toughest task to go, because there is no easily accessibility … More Standing near the Tower of Silent History : Jatar Deul

Temples around Chetla- Village with a Belief in a City

In the winter morning, if you walk through Tollyganj Lane the fog and mist will not invite you, but you can see the local vendor selling fruits, woman washing the clothes at the filthy Adi Ganga Lane, the hizzy bizzy of market place and what will be most amazing the morning prayers at the 200 … More Temples around Chetla- Village with a Belief in a City