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Calcutta Riverfront Cultural Heritage & Diasporas 13h
Dawn in Burrabazar. A lovely peach coloured sky as the sun rises on - watery light reflecting off particulates in the air driven by pollution & poor air quality
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Dr.Sujan Chakraborty Jan 12
Imposition of the name of Shyamaprasad on port Trust by is quite artificial & arbitrary. Particularly on the birth anniversary of & martyr day of great , it is totally disrespectful to community & to legacy of history.
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Ketan Jain Jan 18
Sometimes this city ain't too bad
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Calcutta Riverfront Cultural Heritage & Diasporas Jan 18
Walking 's one will find several 18th and 19th century along the old Pilgrims' way. The temples are beautiful specimens of along the , many of the skills are disappearing fast.
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Calcutta Riverfront Cultural Heritage & Diasporas Jan 16
Replying to @HooghlyHeritage
Rabindra Sarani, Burrabazar - before the shops open up & this vibrant & diverse part of the city gets busy. Early morning walking in
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Aishwarya Ashok Jan 18
Summing up in one picture! Presenting the Nolen Gurer Rosogolla.
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Free Voice Jan 18
Is St Teresa of a merchandise? Mother Teresa International Award Committee Chairman says, it is A Free Voice India exposé Read & Watch >
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Calcutta Riverfront Cultural Heritage & Diasporas Jan 14
The team early this morning at the historic Maratha Ditch in north , starting our walking exploration of urban diaspora cultural heritage along the riverfront with
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Calcutta Riverfront Cultural Heritage & Diasporas Jan 16
Boiling milk for early morning . street scenes, life in
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Calcutta Riverfront Cultural Heritage & Diasporas Jan 13
An important aim of the and project is to explore the history of livelihoods along the 's riverfront. Boatmen have historically played an important role in making the riverfront accessible & connectivities possible.
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Kolkata_Personified Jan 17
Kolkata gets its very own first hanging restaurant, Biswa Bangla Gate. 📸
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Lee Bosher Jan 14
Replying to @HooghlyHeritage
The morning exploration in for the project was fuelled by plenty of delicious chai
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Lee Bosher Jan 14
Replying to @HooghlyHeritage
Encountering enchanting streetscapes during our project exploration in
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Surfaces USA 13h
Newly finished fireplace!!! 3”x5”
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kary Jan 17
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Dilsewithjimmy 12h
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FM Rainbow 🌈 Kolkata 107 MHz 16h
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Geri Walton 14h
18th Century : Life for the British - Exactly what British life in Calcutta was like varied. It was often dependent upon a person’s job or status within the East India Company and ...
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Lee Bosher Jan 14
Fascinating morning with , and the rest of the team exploring Bag Bazar and the Hooghly riverbank
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GhoseSpot Jan 18
View of Skyline that even a lifetimes doen’t get to see often. Beautiful colonial architecture lost among tasteless and characterless new structures. The decline in Bengali aesthetics is mind blowing.
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