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Shankha Ghosh, the quiet revolutionary

The Jnanpith awardee was diagnosed with Covid this month

First Indian ‘Man of Letters’ of USA was a Bengali

Dhan Gopal Mukerji, a Stanford graduate and his children’s books

House where ‘Ramakrishna Kathamrita’ was scripted

Mahendranath Gupta: The annalist of the doctrines of Ramakrishna

Kiriti Roy, created by Dr. Nihar Ranjan Gupta

Dr. Nihar Ranjan Gupta’s ‘Kiriti Roy’ is a hit among readers of all age

Falling in Love with Bengal’s Monohara

A sweet that steals your heart

Surya Sen Street – As defiant as its namesake Masterda!

A name which immortalize the revolutionary struggle for Indian independence

Tulsi Chakraborty: The actor who ruled the Bengali cinema with pure comedy ...

Demand for Heritage status of Tulsi Chakraborty’s Howrah house

Gita Chandra – Bengali brave-heart and India’s first female paratrooper...

Gita had para-trooped seven times as part of the training

When ‘copywriter’ Rabindranath Tagore sold FMCG products

Tagore was a successful and brilliant copywriter

Beef and Bread-eating youths of Cornwallis Street

Why were they forced to embrace Christianity

Chitpur Bridge — The Bridge that protected Kolkata from Maratha Bargis

A 3-mile long moat was dug to protect Calcutta from the marauding Bargis

Isa Guha: First Asian in the England cricket team

A three-time Ashes Winner, Isa Guha is a real inspiration to young female cricketers across the globe

Biswajit Chatterjee: The evergreen tinsel star of all seasons

One of the first male movie actors in India to portray a woman’s role

Suhasini Biswas’ Gitanjali Diary – The Anne Frank of Bengal

How Tagore’s Gitanjali helped her survive in a Japanese Detention Camp

Bengal Lamp: First to manufacture electric bulbs in India

The Lamp that once illuminated Bengal

‘To reach a port we must set sail,’ Sonali Banerjee

Story of India’s first female marine engineer

Kolkata’s eminent educational institution – The Presidency University

A 200-year-old institution that heralded a new era of education in India

Kolkata’s only ‘Samovar’ Tea shop

Continuing the tradition of the unique charm and heritage of ‘Samovar’ tea

Comic King Narayan Debnath has been awarded Padmashri

Narayan Debnath receives Padmashri Award

Brief history of the Duel Avenue of Kolkata

The venue that witnessed one of the most famous duels of colonial India

Bengal Soap Factory— Pioneering entrepreneurship in Bengal in early 1900s...

Founded in 1902-03 by late Abani Mohon Ghose at 4 Raj Kumar Chatterjee Street

Are Bengalis 'Army Shy?'

Army veterans give their views on the perception

Cornwallis Street’s legendary shop: Kar-Mahalanobis

The first sports equipment store on Chowringhee by Bengali entrepreneurs

The House where Sandesh Magazine was born

At present, Athenaeum Institution functions from this house

Abala Barrack: A house that epitomizes Bengal’s glorious past

The building on Cornwallis Street that once housed Upendrakishore Ray Chowdhury

Deviprasad Roychowdhury: The Maverick Sculptor of the Twentieth century

An artist immortalized through Gandhiji’s “Dandi March” sculpture

Harsh Neotia- Leader with diverse business interests

“We are considering 2021 as a year of hope and betterment”

Transformation of Old Trams

Tram World at Gariahat Depot all set to highlight Kolkata’s heritage and culture

Bengal paved the way for the first Peasant Revolution in India

Farmers forced the British to pass new act

Walking down the Historic lanes

Houses on Cornwallis Street that scripted Bengal Renaissance

From Palms to Pots

Sap Tappers of Bankura give lessons on micro-entrepreneurship

Asit Haldar - Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, London

He was the first Indian to be elected a Fellow

Vaccination during colonial time

Bengal had Smallpox vaccination application a century ago

Inclusiveness reflected in Festivals of Bengal

The tradition of making Goddess Kali’s hair

How was Bengal’s favourite ‘Posto’ born as ‘left-over’ of British...

Agricultural land in Bengal Presidency transformed into poppy fields

Durga Puja is not just fun, it sustains a huge unorganized sector – Liste...

Installation artists of famous Arjunpur Amra Shobai Club speak to GB

Famous Installation artist Asim Paul creates ‘natural’ barricades to ke...

Santoshpur Trikon Park Sarbajonin Durgotsab follows social distancing norms

AGOMONI – Corporatization of Kolkata’s theme Durga Pujas

How commercial needs infiltrated into a festival

Artist Debasis Barui stuck to social distancing installation at Barisha Sar...

No artisans from villages could be brought, locals were used

AGOMONI -- How Street Installation Art became part and parcel of Modern Dur...

Who brought in installation art to Bengal’s festivals?

Father of Bengali sci-fi fiction Jagadananda Roy wrote in 1892, even before...

Travels to Venus was one of the earliest sci-fi book of Bengal

Swami Vivekananda was at Hathras a century ago where he met trusted discipl...

Sharat Gupta was the additional station master of Hathras

AGOMONI – Why Durga’s Chalchitra of Rani Rashmoni’s zamindar house wa...

Bengal’s Chalchitra artistes are facing a bleak future

‘Afghanistan is my watan, but Kolkata is my mulk’ – stateless Kabuliw...

How are the Rahmats of Tagore’s Kabuliwala fame doing?

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