West Bengal

Centuries Old Sun Dial of Hooghly Imambara Still Keeps Time

Discover offbeat heritage spots of Bengal with our destination expert Reetwika Banerjee (https://www.facebook.com/reetwika.banerjee)   ‘Imambara’, meaning ‘abode of the angels’, is a congregation hall of the Shia Muslims which is mostly in use during the holy Muharram days. There is a century old Imambara located on the northern bank of Hooghly River near Bandel, whose …

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Indian East coast trip

East Coast Road Trip in India | East Coast Road Trip Ideas

Road trip to the beaches- East coast Road Trip India Welcome to the best travel blog of East coast road trip India that will consist of the beaches in West Bengal and Odisha. The blog contains beautiful images of East coast road trip India . Mandarmani beach- East Coast road trip India Our short trip …

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coronation bridge

Coronation Bridge – An Architectural Wonder by Three Bengali Engineers

Discover heritage places of Bengal with our destination expert Reetwika Banerjee. The Coronation Bridge near Sevoke is often referred as an architectural wonder. Due to the rocky terrains of the Eastern Himalayas and superfluous Teesta River flowing underneath, it was almost impossible to build a suspension bridge over the river. But the British felt the …

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Palace of najafi rulers in Murshidabad

Nimak Haram Deori – The Traitor’s Gate

 Discover offbeat heritage spots of Bengal with our destination expert Reetwika Banerjee (https://www.facebook.com/reetwika.banerjee) At Jafarganj, the patrons built a luxurious palace of Najafi rulers in Murshidabad, during the early sixteenth century. Mir Jafar succeeded it later. The entrance of the royal palace of Najafi rulers in Murshidabad was through a gigantic arched gate with numerous …

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