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  • Durga Puja

    Durga Puja

    Durga Puja is one of the biggest festivals of West Bengal and is celebrated with unparalleled enthusiasm in Kolkata. The festival symbolizes the homecoming of Goddess Durga for five days to her matrimonial home from Mount Kailash. It is a celebration of good over evil as the goddess vanquishes the ...

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  • Kolkata Book Fair

    Kolkata Book Fair

    The Kolkata Book Fair is one of India’s oldest and the largest book fairs. Initiated in 1976, it is extremely popular with the locals. The fair also has a typical fairground experience with a book flavour - with the presence of picnickers, singer-songwriters, and candy floss vendors on the fair ...

  • Tangra Chinatown

    Tangra Chinatown

    One of Kolkata's greatest assets - Tangra Chinatown is an intriguing place to visit. It is the only Chinatown in the country with a large population of East Asians. Nowhere else in India you will find a place where old Chinese traditions and customs are so well-preserved.

    Both ...

  • Academy of Fine Arts

    Academy of Fine Arts

    One of India's oldest art societies, the Academy of Fine Arts attracts art lovers from different corners of the state and beyond. At present, this academy boasts of having the largest gallery space in the country with eight spacious galleries on the ground floor itself. The entire first floor has ...

  • Aikatan


    Aikatan is the Eastern Zonal Cultural Centre (EZCC) complex, located strategically in Salt Lake. It is a popular cultural centre where regular workshops, theatres and exhibitions on folk art and craft are held. At present, this complex features a well-designed auditorium that has a seating capacity of around 900 people. ...

  • London Paris Multiplex

    London Paris Multiplex

    London Paris Multiplex is one of the popular and most frequented movie theatres in Kolkata. It is built on the 5th floor of Mulki World - a bustling shopping and entertainment complex in the Ballygunge area. All the latest releases from Hollywood, Bollywood and Bengali film industry are played here. ...

  • Netaji Bhawan

    Netaji Bhawan

    Netaji Bhawan once served as home to the renowned Indian nationalist - Subhas Chandra Bose. In 1961, this house was reconstructed and converted into a biographical museum by Netaji Research Bureau. Stocked with a wide collection of items related to Netaji, this museum has attracted and continues to attract countless ...

  • Planet 7D

    Planet 7D

    You don't have to travel abroad to experience 7D any more – India's first 7D technology is here... in Kolkata! 7D is a new dimension of movie watching that is bound to make everyone get wowed. Here, you will find your seat moving in sync with the scenes playing on ...

  • City Centre New Town

    City Centre New Town

    City Centre New Town is one of the ultimate family destinations in Kolkata. Located in Rajarhat, West Bengal's largest planned urban development, this bustling shopping and entertainment complex is built in a large area of 8,700 acres. From unorganised and small to branded, retailers of all imaginable items can be ...

  • CIMA Gallery

    CIMA Gallery

    The Centre of International Modern Art (CIMA) is a celebrated art centre, which is situated in the artistically rich city of Kolkata. It was established in 1993, under the patronage of a leading media group named ABP Limited. The CIMA Gallery was designed in accordance with the guidelines of London ...

  • The Harrington Street Arts Centre

    The Harrington Street Arts Centre

    The Harrington Street Arts Centre is a favourite destination for art and heritage connoisseurs coming to Kolkata. This centre was established with the aim to promote and nurture the illustrative and performing arts that are integral elements of Kolkata's vibrant culture. It is affiliated to the Rajpal Khullar Memorial Trust, ...

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