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Mishti Doi, Howrah Bridge and Indian Museum visit Kolkata and enjoy its flavour. This winter explores the City of Joy. Kolkata is full of surprises for the travellers. The spectacular view of Hooghly River or witnessing one of the oldest Indian Museum, Kolkata has enough to bring you back again. Read on for more information.

Kolkata is the dazzling capital of West Bengal. Maach( fish), Mishti ( Sweet) and Durga Pujo well describe the choices of the Kolkata dwellers. It was a Communist hub of India and is always known for its culture and heritages. Kolkata, the city of Joy is one of the beautiful destinations in India to spend a quality time with your


family and friends. The city is full of sweet surprises and festivals. The city has a unique pace of life. Crazy about football, fish, Durga Pujo and Rabindranath, Bengali people of Kolkata are really different in nature. Well, the city offers some wonderful array of places to enjoy. When you are standing on the Howrah Bridge, you will have a peculiar urge to cross the bridge and step into the beautiful land of joy. Yes, you are standing on one of the finest cantilever bridge in the world. During the British Era, it was the Floating Pontoon Bridge and now it is the important link between Kolkata district and Howrah district.

It is one of the busiest bridges of the world. As soon as you cross the bridge, you will enter a very famous area known as BurraBazaar. As the name suggest it is a big market as well as the residential


complex of the merchants. Predominantly occupied by Biharis and Marwaris you will also find South Indian communities. Slowly moving towards the central you will see the famous Eden Garden, Fort William, the very famous Park Street and the Indian Museum Kolkata. Indian Museum Kolkata is the largest and oldest museum in India. Founded by Asiatic Society of Bengal, the museum houses a 4,000 years old Mummy, fossils of prehistoric animals, rare antiques and collections. All total it has six sections. It is also known with the foundation of this museum in 1814, the museum movement started in the country. So, it is a must-visit place when you are in Kolkata. The museum remains open all day except Monday. After exploring such a heavy and important place, chill your mind in New Market area. Gariahat and New Market are the two marketplaces which are an apt place for shopaholic. Gariahat is situated in South Kolkata and New Market is in Esplanade just near the museum. Restaurants, cinema hall and shops are situated along the lane. Right from jewellery to household utilities you will find every little thing. Satisfy your tummy with some local chats and mishti. As gradually you move you will see Victoria Memorial, St Paul's Cathedral and Nandan, the government film and culture centre. These are now some of the common places to hangout too. South Kolkata is posher than North Kolkata. However, Saltlake and its extension New Town is fast growing as IT hub. Politics, football, adda (gossip) at cha shop, maacher jhal (fish


curry) and Durga Pujo, this what excites the Kolkatans. Reaching the city of the joy is not a hectic as it is well-connected to the rest of the country. If you are travelling from Delhi, you can check Kolkata to Delhi train and fix your plan accordingly.

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