Kolkata Street Art Festival.

Kolkata Street Art Festival

While this erstwhile city of Palaces is now a city of broken and abandoned walls; why not paint it and gift the passers by, a slice of an artist’s imagination? Berger Paints tried doing just that. Kolkata Street Art Festival is an attempt to fill the city walls with art, created by Barun Saha and his students, spearheaded by eminent […]

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Kolkata’s Street Art / Wall Art / Graffiti: Be Amazed!

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The Kolkata street art scene is intriguing, to say the least; as intriguing as the entire concept and evolution of the street art across the globe. I took an interest in this after I came across the Kolkata Street Art Festival and had set out to find different such pieces across the city. The street art across the globe has […]

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Paradoxes, Irrelevance and Chhapakhana Trails.

chhapakhana trails

Did you ever pick up an engraved wooden block up, dip it into the colour and print that on a sheet of cloth? If you haven’t, you’ve no clue how incredible it feels. The Future of the Past’s participant – The Chhapakhana Trails had given us this unique opportunity to experience this and many more. The Future of the Past […]

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16 Kolkata square frames as clichéd af.

Not always does a young Delhiite come all the way to Kolkata to meet me and see Kolkata around. But when he does, I should make sure he sees all things clichéd, be it the Howrah Bridge or the Victoria Memorial. How could I not tell him and his friend about the Jewish Synagogue or the china town? I even made […]

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The Parsi Fire Temple and 5 things about Parsi community in India

Parsi Temple Kolkata

The Parsi Fire Temple in Kolkata is a place forbidden for any non-Parsi. But the forbidden things seem most tempting, isn’t it? When the temple was under renovation last February, I decided to give the place a visit.   Related Posts:10 thoughts to share today. #Personal20 Kolkata based photographers you should follow…Caving in Meghalaya – Closer to the core10 shades […]

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Two hands full of Durga Puja stories.

Durga Puja spells trouble in my life. A lot of people asks just too many questions about my work, hair fall or for the lack of any other topic – when I plan to get married! Outside my home, it is chaotic with a hundred thousand people vocally exhibiting their enthusiasm, abusively bargaining or busy scolding people around. I still do not understand […]

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Calcutta Times Passions Club – Photography Trail review.

– It is always fun working with any initiative of The Times of India, here in Calcutta. We had previously collaborated for the Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival 2015, Happy Streets and for Calcutta Boys’ Schools fest – Concord 2015. They promise more fun and even more interaction this time with their newest initiative in this city – Calcutta Times Passions […]

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International Yoga Day celebrations in Kolkata

  Did you know? Yoga is one form of exercise which constitutes of full body workout and helps you master your breathing. It also improves flexibility, calms your mind and helps develop immunity. And these are just a few of the many benefits of doing Yoga regularly. Having originated in India, Yoga incorporates philosophy, religion and practices. In the light […]

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Cycle stunts and the “Happy Streets” in Kolkata

Wazid had the most content and satisfied smile on his face, when the rest of us broke into a thunderous applause. He looked at me and I noticed him pant as the sweat dripped down by the side of his eye brows. Related Posts:20 Kolkata based photographers you should follow…10 thoughts to share today. #PersonalCaving in Meghalaya – Closer to the core10 shades […]

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