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Anyone who visits India and not try street pani puri has actually not been to India. I know the hygiene and cleanliness and all that jazz but, this days there are some pretty neat stalls of pani puri and it's a crime to miss out on them.

Anyone who visits India and not try street pani puri has actually not been to India. I know the hygiene and cleanliness and all that jazz but, this days there are some pretty neat stalls of pani puri and it's a crime to miss out on them.

For peace and tranquility visit at Rabindranath Tagoree’s small town "Shantiniketan"

For peace and tranquility visit at Rabindranath Tagoree’s small town "Shantiniketan"

Poush Mela, Shantiniketan    http://oddroad.com/destination.php?name=Shantiniketan=175  http://www.facebook.com/myoddroad

Poush Mela, Shantiniketan http://oddroad.com/destination.php?name=Shantiniketan=175 http://www.facebook.com/myoddroad

Kolkata: Princep Ghat      http://oddroad.com/destination.php?name=Kolkata=100      [Image Courtesy: Google]

Kolkata: Princep Ghat http://oddroad.com/destination.php?name=Kolkata=100 [Image Courtesy: Google]

Puchka at Vivekanada Park, Kolkata    http://oddroad.com/destination.php?name=Kolkata=100  http://www.facebook.com/myoddroad

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Bengali Sweets     http://oddroad.com/  http://www.facebook.com/myoddroad

Bengali Sweets http://oddroad.com/ http://www.facebook.com/myoddroad

Kolkata Baazar  http://oddroad.com/destination.php?name=Kolkata=100  http://www.facebook.com/myoddroad

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Victoria Memorial Hall, Kolkata [formerly Calcutta). Sir William Emerson (1843-1924), with input from the supervising architect, Vincent Jerome Esch (1876-1950). 1903-1921. Indian marble from the Makrana quarries, as used in building the Taj Mahal. Queen's Way, Kolkata.

Victoria Memorial Hall, Kolkata [formerly Calcutta). Sir William Emerson (1843-1924), with input from the supervising architect, Vincent Jerome Esch (1876-1950). 1903-1921. Indian marble from the Makrana quarries, as used in building the Taj Mahal. Queen's Way, Kolkata.

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