Kolkata is very well connected in terms of airlines. There are a number of domestic as well as international airlines that connect rest of India as well as the rest of the world with kolkata. All the major cities of India like ahemdabad, bagdogra, Bangalore, Chennai Delhi, Lucknow, Mumbai etc enjoy direct flights to kolkata. Most of the international airlines have also a stop in kolkata.
The rail route to kolkata is also very efficient. Kolkata has two railway stations called Howrah and sealdah. These stations are very well linked with the other cities of India and a number of super fast trains like rajdhani and shatabdi also connect kolkata with Delhi and other places that are nearby.
It is said that what Bengal thinks of today, India will think tomorrow and what Bengal is thinking today kolkata has already thought it yesterday. Kolkata is the city of the jhola slung intellectual gentlemen. The city is overcrowded and volatile but at the same time vibrant, exhilarating and charismatic. Kolkata is the intellectual capital of India and also is one of the most important cities of the east.
Kolkata was the capital of the British during their reign in India and kolkata still retains that elegance. One can love kolkata or hate it but can never ignore it.
Owing to the fact that it was once the capital of the British, the effect of the Britons on the architecture of the buildings in kolkata becomes very evident.
There are a number of buildings made in the British period of historical importance. Being a tourist in kolkata, it becomes very difficult to decide between places. A tourist would have to consider visiting the fort Williams, the st Johns church, the royal Calcutta turf club and the Eden gardens where many historical cricket battles have been fought and many legendary cricketers have played.
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