🔍Read Full Article Durga Puja 2015 Dates and attractions

Durga Puja 2015 Dates and attractions

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Panchmi, 18th October 2015 Sunday Shashthi, 19th October 2015 Monday Saptami, 20th October 2015 Tuesday Ashtami, 21st October 2015 Wednesday Nabami/Dashami 22nd October 2015 Thursday KOLKATA DURAG PUJA ATTRACTIONS 2015 Deshapriya Park-108 Feet Tallest Durga Idol (Near Kalighat Metro Station) Badamtala Ashar Sangha (Near Kalighat Metro Station) Ekdalia Evergreen (Near Kalighat Metro Station) Singhi Park Sarbojanin Durgatsab (Near Kalighat Metro Station) Mudiali Club (Near Kalighat Metro Station) Ajeya Sanghati (Near Haridevpur Post Office.Near Netaji Metro Station) Md Ali Park   (Near M.G Road Metro Station Metro Station) Kumartuli

🔍Read Full Article Kolkata Puja map 2014 and Durga puja dates

Kolkata Puja map 2014 and Durga puja dates

1 Comment 🕔09:21, 29.Sep 2014

In Hinduism, Maa Durga symbolizes the embodiment of shakti, the heavenly elegant power that controls all cosmic developments, lifestyle and modifies.  It is organised that Durga appeared from the combined efforts of all the gods, such as Shiva, Vishnu and Brahma, to vanquish the devil Mahishasura, who could not be beaten by any god or man.  She is thus the sympathetic messiah of all the gods and the galaxy.  Durga prevails in a finish condition

🔍Read Full Article Kolkata Puja Road Map

Kolkata Puja Road Map

1 Comment 🕔08:28, 17.Oct 2012

Kolkata Durga Puja Road Map 2012 Durga Puja is pronunced as Sharadotsav is Bengali or Hindi, is an annual festival in South Asia that celebrates worship of the Hindu goddess Durga. It refers to all the six days observed as Mahalaya, Shashthi, Maha Saptami, Maha Ashtami, Maha Navami and Vijayadashami. The dates of Durga Puja celebration set in the 'Fortnight of the Goddess' festival called Devi Paksha,) according to the calendar and the traditional Hindu week.

🔍Read Full Article Mahalaya and the occult

Mahalaya and the occult

1 Comment 🕔00:00, 14.Oct 2012

The new moon day of the month Bhandrapada Mahalaya is called Amavasya.   The tradition of observing Mahalaya Amavasya has been in trend in India for centuries now. Mahalaya Amavasya is the last day of Pitru Paksha (15 days marked for parents). Dasara celebrations statrsfrom the day after Mahalaya. Hindus believe that those who will reach the heavenly abode exalted celestial positions only if their next three generations feeds him by puja, and other services through religious procedures at least one day each

🔍Read Full Article Lack of proper garbage clearance results in Area Waste

Lack of proper garbage clearance results in Area Waste

0 Comments 🕔09:21, 04.May 2014

On both sides of the Budge Trunk Road there remains indiscriminate garbage. Allegedly, this condition was due not clearing the regular garbage by Maheshtala municipality. Residents say this remains throughout the year and nobody is giving them a solution. Local residents complained a faction, that Maheshtala municipality does not regularly cleared of garbage and there is no system of collection of garbage. Agencies are charge of the whole and the residents complained that the municipality has

🔍Read Full Article CSTC vehicles will have cellular service

CSTC vehicles will have cellular service

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Comeing September  2014  some of the "Calcutta Condition Transportation Corporation" vehicles will have cellular service. A mature CSTC formal said, "We will be the first in the nation to present this program by which the traveler will be able to pay and create a contact. This will be like a cellular community unit." Mobile cellphone places will be available on the vehicles and the commuter will be billed the same amount as that of a community

🔍Read Full Article Health in Kolkata

Health in Kolkata

0 Comments 🕔20:11, 24.Feb 2014

Year 2014 and it’s really very hard to believe that the number of doctors per 1000 persons much higher than any other metropolitan in the country. It’s not that Kolkata is lacking in infrastructure or lack of well educated doctors, but the health department of Kolkata is getting overcrowded with tourist from all over the world. Health Tourism in India is currently gaining popularity. Every year, more foreigners are coming to the country for treatment of

🔍Read Full Article India celebrates 65th Republic Day

India celebrates 65th Republic Day

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Sunday, Januray 26 ,2014 :  India enjoys its 65th Republic Day  vibrant show of India’s social culture, manoeuvres by martial artist airplane and military march past is set to style the occasion during this season's Republic Day celebration.   10.10 am: Republic Day parade begins, President Pranab Mukherjee takes salute at Rajpath.   10.00 am: AP examiner Prasad Babu conferred Ashok Chakra.   9.50 am: President Pranab Mukherjee, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and guest of Republic Day Japanese PM Shinzo Abe reach Rajpath escorted

🔍Read Full Article History about Kolkata

History about Kolkata

0 Comments 🕔18:50, 10.Dec 2013

Kolkata History Three villages prosperous known as Sutanuti, Gobindapur and Kolikata are not grouped to form a city, if not Job Charnock, an agent of the ambitious East India Company had landed on the banks of the river Hooghly about 350 years ago. The British emperor could predict the enormous potential of this place and then began to operate here to do business which was then granted by the Mughal Emperor. Then, Kolkata or Calcutta went

🔍Read Full Article Kolkata Tourism – relishes the Flavors of Traditional India As Well As the scholarly and True Culture

Kolkata Tourism – relishes the Flavors of Traditional India As Well As the scholarly and True Culture

0 Comments 🕔09:35, 01.Dec 2013

Kolkata had been the basic of India beneath the British rule. Since the year 1690, the history of Kolkata as a city-limits has been recorded. Job Charnock, an agent came to India introducing the East India Company for accumulation their business in India. He is been alleged as the founding ancestor of this actual city. Though in the year 2003, the High Court of Kolkata ordered that a city-limits like Kolkata would not be alleged

🔍Read Full Article Kali Puja Celebration in Kolkata 2013

Kali Puja Celebration in Kolkata 2013

0 Comments 🕔11:15, 02.Nov 2013

Amid bursting crackers, Fireworks and dazzling lights, chains adorn the city of joy; Kolkata’s along with the rest of West Bengal is set to celebrate the Kali Puja on the Saturday and Sunday of Diwali.   Kali Puja celebration in Kolkata is considered the second most important Festival after Durga Puja.   Dedicated to the Hindu goddess Kali, celebrated every year on the day of the Hindu month Ashwin in Bengal.   Interestingly, on the occasion of Diwali, all India worships