by Anindya | Feb 14, 2016 | Photoblogs, Photography |
This is perhaps the largest flower market in Asia where everyday the flowers come, get sorted out and distributed across the city and country. A photowalk here can only mean some amazing shots, getting soaked in their daily lives, struggles and a valiant effort to capture them.
by Anindya | Feb 7, 2016 | Food, Foodblog |
If there is Victoria Memorial, if there is phuchka, if there is Rosogolla, if there is Rabindranath Tagore – then there is Kosha Mangsho also. For every reason and for all seasons this an universally loved dish. The intelligentsia of Kolkata have an unending debate of whether there should be Potatos in Kosha Mangsho or where do you get the best Kosha Mangsho ? I tried to figure out if there is one last dish whih I would like to have before I die why I will have Kosha Mangsho
by Anindya | Jan 25, 2016 | Photoblogs, Photography |
On the 4th day of Tata Steel, Olympic Gold Medalist Abhinav Bindra and Ronojoy Sen author of Nation at Play debate out why India doesnt produce Gold Medal winners ? How we can improve the sports facilities and infrastructure ? Joy Bhattacharya moderated the session in his trademark style.
by Anindya | Jan 24, 2016 | Photoblogs, Photography |
Is it Calcutta? Is it Kolkata? or Kalkatta ? In the third day of Tata Steel Kolkata Literary Meet 2016 the discussion between Author Kunal Basu who has just released Kalkatta and the ever gracious and a true Calcuttan Sharmila Tagore moderated by Yajneseni Chakraborti tried to rediscover the city . Read the detailed story here
by Anindya | Jan 23, 2016 | Photoblogs, Photography |
Tata Steel Kolkata Literary Meet had a gripping session on day 2 -It was Partition through her eyes where eminent personalities with background of research in decolonization . A heart wrenching discussion opened up so many angles and scars too . Read the full story here