Kolkata – The Land of Fun, Food, Football and Festivals

Situated on the banks of River Hooghly, Kolkata is the capital of West Bengal. Being the former capital of British government in India, the city has closely witnessed the British colonial era in India. Today’s Kolkata is a great intersection between the Victorian British culture and modern day Indian chaos. This blend has beautifully created the colorful city of Kolkata which is a tourist paradise and technological hub. The city is often called as the ‘City of Joy’ and the ‘City of Festivals’ and any visitor of Kolkata will completely agree. Kolkata has its own charms that make it one of the must visit places in India for the tourists from all over the world.

Kolkata hotels

There is absolutely no dearth of hotels in Kolkata that are suitable for all budgets. They city offers quality budget, deluxe and luxury hotels. The city is also home to numerous business hotels and luxurious tourist resorts. Durga Puja is the biggest festival in Kolkata. Many tourists prefer visiting the city to enjoy its carnival-like atmosphere. Other festivals like Diwali, Ramadan and Christmas are also celebrated here. Most Kolkata hotels are likely to be packed during the festive season from September to December. Hence booking hotel rooms in advance is advised. There are a few princely heritage hotels in the city as well.

Kolkata’s architecture

Most of the older parts of the city are characterized by the 19th century architecture. The influence of various architectural styles, including Baroque, Oriental, European, Neo-Gothic, Neo-Classical and Islamic is clearly visible on various historic monuments and residential areas of Kolkata.

• Victoria Memorial
• Indian Museum
• Marble Palace
• Science City
• Birla Industrial and Technological Museum
• Jorasanko Thakur Bari
• Jawahas Shishu Bhavan
• Gurusaday Folk Art Museum
• National Library ติดต่อแทงบอล ufabet of India
• Writer’s Building
• Bankshall Court
• Raj Bhavan
• Town Hall
• Howrah Station

Kolkata Sightseeing

Kolkata is home to numerous temples including Dakshineswar Kali Temple, Kalighat, Belur Math, Ramakrishna Mission Institute of Culture, Parsi Fire Temple, Japanese Buddhist Temple, Pareshnath Jain Temple, Maghen David Synagogue, Armenian Church, Nakhoda Mosque, St. Paul’s Cathedral and St. John’s Church, etc. You can visit various places in the city like the Outram Ghat, Rabindra Sarovar, Horticultural Garden, Kolkata Maidan, Eden Gardens Stadium, Zoological Garden, Shahid Minar, Race Course and Chowringhee Lane.

Kolkata cuisine

Kolkata confections like Roshogolla, Roshmalai, Mishti Doi, Shondhesh, Patlali Gur should definitely be relished. Kolkata’s Kati Roll, buttery paratha bread with eggs, meat, chicken and vegetables fried and rolled inside. Other famous food items of Ko