Kolkata Tourism

Fondly called as ‘the city if joy’, Kolkata is the third largest city of India and capital of West Bengal. It’s a city enriched with art and culture. And thus, it has been considered as the cultural capital of India. Being one of the most distinctive metropolises of the nation, this is a city that redefines vibrancy and dynamism with a never-give-up spirit of life. Once being the capital of British India, this is the city where one can evidently enjoy the fusion of heritage and modernization, the charm of the past and the allure of the present. And this is adding a unique evocative charm to the city.

This eccentricity of Kolkata is adorned with some beautiful city landmarks like Indian Museum, Kali Temple, Victoria Memorial, Eco space, Kolkata Gate and what not. Being a perfect destination for travel enthusiasts, Kolkata witnesses a great footfall in the month of between October and February, as this is the most pleasant time to visit the city. ‘Durga Puja’ in Kolkata is a heavenly and once-in-a-lifetime experience to have. Overall, with the hues and hymns of festivity, art and tradition, Kolkata is one city that is filled with endless love and life.

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Travel Guide Victoria Memorial Kolkata
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Victoria Memorial

The Victoria Memorial is one of the major tourist attraction in Kolkata and built during british Raj to commemorate the Queen's visit to India is a magnificent architecture made out of white marble set in a big garden.

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Travel Guide Howrah Bridge Kolkata West Bengal
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Howrah Bridge

The most famous structure and engineering marvel, the Howrah Bridge built over the holy river Ganges, separating the Kolkata from Howrah. The Howrah Bridge is an iconic Landmark of Kolkata and Now bridge name change as Rabindra Setu.

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Travel Guide Kalighat Kali Temple Kolkata
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Kalighat Kali Temple

The Kalighat Temple is one of Shaktipeetha temple among the 52 Shakti Peetha shrines in whole India and located in the heart of the city Kolkata of West Bengal.

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Travel Guide Fort William
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Fort William

Fort William was built in Kolkata during the British rule in India. It is on the bank of river Hooghly. The ford is named after the king William iii. The fort covers an area of 70.9 hectares. The largest park of the city is the front part of this fort.

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Travel Guide St Pauls Cathedral
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St Paul's Cathedral

With Anglican background this Indo-Gothic architectural masterpiece is located in Kolkata, in the state of West Bengal, India. It is the largest cathedral in India and a tourist spot. After partial damage caused by earthquake in 1934 the church has been renovated again.

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Travel Guide Birla Mandir Kolkata
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Birla Mandir, Kolkata

The Birla Mandir is a magnificent edifice sculpted intricately in white marble to produce a brilliant white marvellous structure of a temple dedicated to Hindu deities Radha & Krishna. The temple has been constructed under the patronage of the influential industrialist family Bir....

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Travel Guide Indian Museum Kolkata
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Indian Museum Kolkata

Located at 27 Jawaharlal Nehru Road in the Park Street area of Kolkata, India, the Indian Museum is the largest and oldest museum in India as well as the Asia-Pacific region.

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Travel Guide National Library Kolkata
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National Library of India

The hour of operation in National Library Kolkata is between 9 am to 8pm. According to statistics, the National library of India ranks 14th in the category of the largest libraries across the world.

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Travel Guide Tipu Sultan Mosque Kolkata
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Tipu Sultan Mosque Kolkata

The inheritance of Tipu Sultan led towards building of an identical mosque in Esplanede. These places are considered to be of extreme religious importance. These mosques represent the beautiful architecture of the Mughal dynasty.

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Travel Guide Marble Palace Kolkata
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Marble Palace, Kolkata

Marble Palace located in Kolkata, West Bengal (a state in India) is a famous mansion which was built only with marble. The floor, wall, pillars, sculptures; everything was made with pure marble. This house was built by Raja Rajendra Mullick in the year 1835.

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