Kolkata, the City of joy is the Cultural hub of India and also home for Nobel laureates

Victoria Memorial

Victoria Memorial is one of the most elegant monuments of Kolkata. It was built between 1906 and 1921 in the memory of Queen Victoria’s 25 years reign in India. It is located amidst sprawling garden and lush green lawns.

Howrah Bridge

Howrah Bridge is one of longest cantilever bridges built in 1943 during the British Raj and an iconic landmark of Kolkata. It was renamed as Rabindra Setu on June 14, 1965, after the name of Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore.

Kalighat Kali Temple

Kalighat Temple is an important religious place. Here Goddess Kalika is the presiding deity in this temple. The present structure of the temple building was constructed around 200 years ago.It attracts a large number of devotees coming from different parts of India and abroad.

Vidyasagar Setu

Built over River Hooghly, Vidyasagar Setu is a six lane toll bridge measuring around 823 metre having capacity of carrying around 1 lac vehicles daily. This bridge has been named after Pandit Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar, a renowned educationist and social reformer.