We all know England is a picturesque country but not many know that the country preserves some of its historical medieval streets which have not lost its glory by time. The streets are as picturesque as its new and modern streets. From the Roman age to the Tudor, these streets
Situated at 65/2 Baghbazar Street, “Basubati”, the palatial mansion of Nandalal Basu and Pashupatinath Basu is an iconic landmark of Calcutta which still stands as the witness of its glorious past. The Basu family had huge landed property (Zamindari) in Gaya district of Bihar. Mahendra Basu, the eldest son of the
Rides are the most amazing part in an amusement park. The excitement, the thrill, the adrenalin rush all are unexplainable for the ride lovers. But how many of you experienced some insanely dangerous rides? Come on, let’s experience some crazy rides today Formula Rossa at Ferrari World in Abu Dhabi You like speed!
Organized by the St Petersburg City Administration, the White Nights Festival begins in May, along with Stars of the White Nights, a classical ballet, opera and orchestral performances at the Mariinsky Theatre and the Mariinsky Concert Hall. The festival officially ends in July. However, some performances connected to the festival
Though the 5000-year-old city is known to the world as Mohenjo Daro, actually nobody is aware of its real name. Till date, nobody has enabled to decipher its original identity. In fact, the expression "Mohen-Jo-Daro" is also incorrect. The correct expression or pronunciation is "Moen-Jo-Daro". It is a Sindhi term
In the early 18th century Ramdulal Deb was one of the first Indians to make his riches under the British rule. He constructed his residential building “Ramdulal Niwas” at 67E, Beadon Street in North Calcutta, which is now a heritage venue. The brick-red building, situated near the present Beadon Street