Category Archive: Cultural Tour

দারিংবাড়ি-গোপালপুর

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এবছরের ছুটির লিস্টটা বেরিয়েছিল একটু দেরী করে – জানুয়ারীর ১৫ র দিকে। তারপর, একটানা ছুটির দিনগুলো জড়ো করে কয়েকটা ট্রিপের নকশা ঠিক করতে করতে কেটে গেছিল আরও হপ্তাখানেক। বছরের প্রথম ট্রিপের গন্তব্য ছিল… Continue reading

সিমলিপাল

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বছর দুই আগে সিমলিপালের সবুজে ঘেরা পরিবেশ আর আশেপাশের জায়গাগুলোর কথা বেশকয়েকটা ব্লগে পড়তে পড়তে ঠিকই করে ফেলেছিলাম – “এখনই হোক বা পরে, সিমলিপালটা একবার ঘুরে আসতে হবে”। তারপর থেকে অনেকবার কথা উঠেছে… Continue reading

Gaya-Rajgir-Nalanda

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‘Wherever you go, whatever you do’, you will find trains filled with countless people without reservation returning home during early-Puja days. Although I realize their pain, such journeys often proves to be harassing. Putting… Continue reading

Troves of Tamluk

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  ‘The last leaf flew aloof in air / but, dreamed to touch the root / to feel freedom in its face / and the spell in its foot …’ The urge to… Continue reading

Pathra

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Spring has just started shading leaves with morning fogs leaving us helpless under the Sun. With sudden and early arrival of summer (as we know spring), one would lack the luxury of day-trips within… Continue reading

Araku-Vizag

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  I planned to spend my puja vacation with my family at some places where we can relax and have fun traveling at the same time. So, after much debate and discussions we… Continue reading

Leipzig Logs: city in a cycle

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Recently I got an opportunity to travel abroad to present in a conference “Web Intelligence 2017” at Leipzig University, Germany. The conference dates (August 23rd – 26th) being in summer in Germany, would attract… Continue reading

A selfie with Kashi

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This city has sheltered a civilization for four thousand years. In 2016, we decided to find out how the great granddad of ‘metro’ cities is doing in the age of smart living. A humble attempt to pen down the experience picked up from the streets of Varanasi. An attempted selfie, which smart phones or camera cannot take. Not just a travelogue.

Pondicherry

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This Pondicherry trip was long due. We had been planning this trip since Tirthankar’s return from Europe. I had been warning about the summer of TamilNadu and wanted to go before March. So, when… Continue reading

Kanda Matsuri

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Kanda Matsuri is one of the three largest festivals of Tokyo. It involves carrying the Mikoshi (or the portable shrine) around places and finally arriving at the Kanda shrine. This small palanquin is… Continue reading