Kolkata tourism is a great idea for any holiday season.This is a city that is a perfect paradise for a vacation if someone wants to enjoy and collect some nice memories.Kolkata retains the vitality, dynamic quality, and exuberance of an ideal city. No wonder, it is called the City of Joy. Kolkata was the first capital of the British rule in India. The imperialistic vestiges of the now lost British times are quite visible in its buildings. The visitor will be able to see several administrative buildings now housed inside the colonial structures. There is no denying the fact that imperialism had its deep impact on the city's heritage. Yet, Kolkata has its own character and a set of traditions. Kolkata is a mix of diverse societies and religions. Bengalis, Chinese, Anglo-Indians, and the Parsi have made the city their homes. Christmas, Eid and Diwali are commended with the same energy as the Chinese New Year. This symbolizes the harmony of the city. The multicultural bonhomie is reflected in the cuisine, too. Mughlai, Chinese, Continental, Indian, and Bengali, a visitor can find great variety of food to savor. Performing arts constitute a noteworthy part of Kolkata's rich culture. Artists and dancers keep making the city proud. There are a significant number of theaters that organize direct plays every other day. Kolkata is home to the Bengali film industry. Kolkata might seem old-fashioned to some visitors. Yet, taking a closer look, it is not difficult to realize the warmth about this enigmatic city. It exudes a rich portrait of the typical Indian way of life. Explore all the hues of Kolkata tourism during your visit to the city.

Kolkata and the Howrah Bridge are the foremost association to form when a person thinks of Kolkata. The historic and cinematic Howrah Station is one of the worlds biggest railroad terminals. Howrah Bridge acts as the indispensable connecting link to Kolkata. Vidyasagar Setu, or the Hoogly Bridge, is another wonder here that strikes the mind. It is the world's third biggest cable-suspended bridge. Watching the city horizon from here is an enjoyment in itself. Another popular place to visit in Kolkata is the Victoria Memorial which was built to honor Queen Victoria. This historic building tosses a lofty light on the city's noteworthy past. Made of white marble, this Victoria Memorial spans across a vast area. It has a museum and a gallery to its credit. Victoria Memorial is a must-visit on the Kolkata tour. Spread over a large region, the Indian Museum was opened to visitors in 1878. It has more than three floors dedicated to Art, Anthropology, Topography, Archaeology, etc. It is viewed as one of the best galleries. Botanical Garden is next thing to explore in Kolkata. Founded in 1786, the Botanical Gardens add a different shade of beauty and splendor to the city. Explore the rich flora and fauna offered at this place and do not miss to check out the 200-year old Banyan Tree. Visitors can explore a great variety of uncommon trees and plants from China, Nepal, Brazil, Penang, Java, and Sumatra. Dakshineswar Kali Temple is a popular religious site. It is situated close to the Vivekananda Bridge on the banks of the sacred Ganges. This historic temple is the worship place of Goddess Kali. It is viewed as a place of absolute spiritual importance for the Hindus. The uniqueness of this temple lies in its design. It has 12 different sections devoted to Lord Shiva. The sections encompass the primary Kali shrine. The temple is also famous because it is said that Ramakrishna Paramahamsa attained his profound vision here.

Feasting In Kolkata

In Kolkata, visitors must not miss the taste of the true Bengali food.Visitors can appreciate some extraordinary Bengali delights at famous eateries like Oh! Calcutta and Bhojohori Manna. Both these eateries have some expertise in Bengali cooking. Visitors should try the zesty prawn curry and the delicious fish curry cooked in mustard, and the vegetables cooked in Bengali style. Besides all this, people must know that no Bengali dinner is finished without the conventional Bengali desserts. The must-try assortments to mention are mishti doi, Sandesh, and Rosogulla. Some places to devour on these Bengali desserts are K.C. Das, Bhim Nag, Ganguram, and Mochak.



Profile of Soumyadeep Bose
Soumyadeep Bose  •  1y  •  Reply
The city of joy can't be felt through words... you just have to come & visit it, to feel everything about this city..😊
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Ayeshik Roy  •  1y  •  Reply
Dude, u wrote about kolkata-the city that has a soul but your writing kinda lacked it. When you describe a place try to put a little more soul in it. But very informative. Good writing and good luck!
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Shaunak Dam  •  1y  •  Reply
Thank you for your insight. I will surely keep in mind the suggestions.