If you are exploring Kolkata and you love nature photography then Acharya Jagadish Chandra Bose Botanic Garden is the perfect destination for you. The lush greenery consists of 14000 species of plants among which 500 species are rare and about 12000 living perennial plants along with millions of dried out plants gathered from all over the world. The extensive luxurious garden is not only for public display of plants but also for horticulture research work. The plants nurtured and cultivated here for scientific investigation. The large greenery kingdom is calm and peaceful away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Exploring Jagadish Chandra Bose Botanic Garden
Kolkata… The cultural capital of India. It is the city where the first film society was formed. Nandan is located in “Centre of Attraction” of Kolkata in the Rabindra Sadan Area. It is the film and cultural hub in Kolkata under the West Bengal Government. Nandan-Kolkata’s Cultural Hub promotes the cinematic knowledge and awareness among the society.
Long rides are always fun and that too when you are accompanied by a travel enthusiast. After a hectic schedule through the week we planned for a weekend road trip to Kolaghat by bike. Kolaghat is just 70 KM away from Kolkata. Till ten years back, the name Kolaghat spring up with the image of delicious Hilsa Fish, the Queen of Fishes.
Hey!!! Whatsup my fellow travelers…Today we are writing about one of the most prestigious dams of all the total dams in India. This dam holds a great legacy of Canada government in India…any guess!!! Yeh, we know that you already read the title… Worth remembering trip – Massanjore dam. So before the summer heat hits West Bengal, we made a quick plan to escape from this hustle bustle life…
You must be crazy about clay jewelleries? And that too from Santiniketan? Then Khoai Hut is the perfect destination for you beside Khoai River. Here you will get numerous exclusive clay jewelleries of different designs made by local inhabitants. Not only clay jewelleries but also you can get handmade clay toys, showpieces, bags of different Santinekatani prints, garments made of Katha Stitch and Batik Print and even local ethnic Bengalee dishes like pithey and payesh. So we planned A Small Day Trip To Khoai er Haat-Santiniketan.