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Murshidabad: A regal retreat on the banks of river Bhagirathi
Travelling through the bylanes of an old Mughal town, the author steps in history to find the country’s gran...
Anya Theatre's 110-minute-long tour de force is among the best Calcutta has produced in recent years...
Curated city tours go virtual
Taking a walk through the lanes and bylanes of Calcutta, virtually. The Telegraph spoke to a bunch of people w...
Silence of the Lambretta
Many years ago, a scooter, a castaway of a Delhi family, arrived in a coalmine town in Bihar and was reborn a ...
Jab chhor chale... Nakhlau nagari...
A portraiture of the recently departed Kaukab Quder, a man who lived his heritage, loved it, and never tried t...
Mrs Kasalova’s perestroika
A steel city, the iron-curtain and the Russians within, a dancing girl, a truant boy and a broken betrothal...
The blue-blooded own bespoke guns, Purdey proves
There's almost no renowned monarch in Europe who hasn't owned a Purdey. And why shouldn't the new nobility follow suit?...
By Hindol Sengupta
Why royalty still means big business
Some blue blood brands, with a history of imperial customers, are growing because we're sold on royalty...
By Hindol Sengupta
Puja waste chokes 90-year-old pond
Plastic packets, thermocol waste and puja paraphernalia have choked the already dirty Tar Company Talab near Telco...
By Animesh Bisoee
The Downton Abbeys of Dhanyakuria
Wandering in the Bengal countryside could bring you to these accidental Indo-English castles...
By Prasun Chaudhuri
This village can’t watch Raavan burn
For decades, Raavanwalas have been creating effigies for Vijaydashmi...
By Smita Tripathi
Have you been listening for the pedlar's cries?
They are all their own unique voices and selling points. But they're faceless, mysterious...
By Upala Sen
Currency Building hasn't run out of currency
The heritage structure is being turned into an exhibition hall for the National Gallery of Modern Art...
By Moumita Chaudhuri
R K Studio closes, another chapter will open
It's a toss-up between unviable nostalgia and hard-nosed pragmatism...
By Bharathi S. Pradhan
In another eye, another place
Two architects pick a neighbourhood each, one ancient and another comparatively new but fast losing the original characters. How would they reimagine these stretches while preserving their legacy...
By Anasuya Basu
Beef was an offering in Vedic age
Who deemed that the cow should be holy? How did Narad come to be known as the divine mischief-maker? Bitan Sikdar shares a nugget or two from the Indologist's current project...
By Bitan Sikdar
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