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Kolkata

A pot of rich society, history, literature,art and a heaven for nourishment sweethearts; the primary capital of British India, The avenues bear images of an energetic past that is some place stuck in the present. The famous point of interest of Victoria Memorial with its amazing provincial engineering is an indication of the city's permanent connection with the British East India Company; while Kalighat's antiquated sanctuary committed to Goddess Kali is a marker of Kolkata's profound established confidence in the female force. Social narratives aside, Kolkata is additionally known for the Sunderbans Tiger Reserve, home to the celebrated Bengal Tiger.Enthusiastic about their local craftsmanship and writing and appreciate enjoying unending civil arguments about Rabindranath Tagore's verse, Satyajit Ray's silver screen, the nation's legislative issues and the treats of Bengali food.

A central hub for foodies, particularly angle darlings, Kolkata's road sustenance is a thing of gastronomical legends. On the off chance that you need to experience upscale Kolkata, head to the opulent Park Street for its numerous eateries, bistros, bars and clubs.

A bright city loaded with character, it will never neglect to amaze you with soul blending sights, sounds and discussions.

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Attractions 

Victoria Memorial, Howrah Bridge, Kalighat Kali Temple, Eden Garden and Birla Mandir, Kolkata.

Best time to visit

October-March: Starting from autumn the weather is pleasant and is a great time to visit Kolkata. Apart from the weather, this is also the time for festivals. Kolkata comes alive during Durga Puja.

June to September: This is the famous monsoon season of Kolkata when the city experiences heavy showers.

How to reach

By air: Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport is situated at Dumdum, which is about 17 kilometres away from the heart of the city.

By road: The National Highway number 2 and 6 connect the city with other cities and states in India. Kolkata has a broad network of government and private buses.

By rail: Howrah and Sealdah railway stations are the two major railheads situated in the city.

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