Dr. Jagdish Pathak Travels Kolkata, India for Printing Company

Dr. Jagdish Pathak Reveals Travel Secrets from Kolkata, India

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Where is your city?

Asia

What’s the cheapest way to enjoy this city at night?

Travel in its trams and modern metro which is underground in the city and overground in the outer suburbs.

What’s your favorite restaurant here? What’s so special about it?

Though one can find places for every taste and flavour but never miss the local authentic Bengali cuision of “Bhaj Hari Manna” and its dessert made with the fresh caramelised juices of date palm tree. Heavenly to the taste buds.

What’s your favorite thing to do on a warm Sunday morning in this city?

Go for a long walk in the Esplanade open spaces called ‘maidan’ which has a view of famous ‘Victoria Memorial building of pure white marble reminding you the history of this city’s past. People of allhue take morning strol and you might be lucky to come across many celebrities of the town or the country jogging or strolling in sweat suites.

What were some of the hidden gems in that city? Why?

Kolkata is called the city of joy where a sea of humanity is visible to an average traveller from Europe or North America. People are, in general, courteous and helpful. If you have taste for theater, Kolkata is the place where still you will find high qulity theater performances albeit in local language called Bengali. Park street was a good night spot till 90s and it is till today despite the growth of city and its humanity.

Anything else you want to add?

Kolkata (was also known as Calcutta before some years ) is also called the cultural capital of India where people grow with the musical tunes of Nobel prize winner Tagore who is almost a cult figure in every household of Kolkata and the province of Bengal. Tagore wrote and gave music to thousands of songs. Famous Oscar winning movie director Satyajit Ray was from this city. Mother Teresa lived all her life here and another Nobel winner economist Amartya Sen has his roots in the city.If you like the language of the place which travelers should at least show, people will be very happy. They LOVE and protect their language at any cost.

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What’s the cheapest way to enjoy this city at night?

When you in Hyderabad, India, you have to explore the old city. Old City was the original urban area when the Nizams used to rule city. Here you will find attractions like Charminar, Makkha Masjid and the famous Golkonda fort is also near by. Also, you can shop something like pearls or some traditional clothings to make yourself look like a true Hyderabadi.

What’s your favorite restaurant here? What’s so special about it?

Hyderabad is famous for its Biryani. The best places to try it are Paradise restaurant or Hotel Shabad in old city. If you are looking for something classier, I prefer Biryani at Jewel of Nizams restaurant in Golkonda hotel.

What’s your favorite thing to do on a warm Sunday morning in this city?

Most of the time I am travelling, but its always a good idea to walk from Necklace road around the Hussain Sagar lake early morning or late evening. On the way you will find plenty of spicy street food to start your gastronomic delight.

What were some of the hidden gems in that city? Why?

Hyderabad is plenty of hidden gems like Qutab Shahi Tombs and Chowmahalla Palace. These sites do not get mentioned on travel books or blogs, but you will be amazed if you actually know the history and understand its beauty.

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