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LOO AND BEHOLD
With the Pujas here, plans are afoot. The best ones — for the “whole-night”, or an early morning north Calcutta tour, or a foray int...  | Read.. 
 
Puja bonus off the street
The Pujas are only a few days away and the police are in an overdrive. This is an annual ritual and bus passengers are not su...  | Read.. 
 
Children’s treat in autumn
For any Bengali magazine worth its name, the Puja sonkhya, the autumn issue, is crucial. So for Sandesh, the ch...  | Read.. 
 
The pleasure of a bargain
We are moving to Calcutta,” declared my husband. Not that I am a weak woman, but this blow had me reeling. It took months for...  | Read.. 
 
Bigger, better, longer Puja
Gone are the days when the Pujas started on Saptami and ended on Dashami. Now the Puja is bigger, better and longer — formal ...  | Read.. 
 
Next weekend you can be at ... Gangtok
Gangtok or “hill top”, spread over a ridge at 6,500 ft above sea level, is the capital city of th ...  | Read.. 
 
Lament for lost time
The most distinctive feature of Kaliyug is the traffic problem, philosopher Arindam Chakrabarti believes. The eminent scholar...  | Read.. 
 
LOO AND BEHOLD
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The goddess creates new art
When a Durga idol is installed in a hotel, is it art or religious icon' The Durga puja is redefining ...Read..