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Kolkatta Tour

Kolkata is the capital of the Indian state of West Bengal. It is located in eastern India on the east bank of the River Hooghly. The city has a population of almost 6 million, with an extended metropolitan population of over 14 million, making it the third-largest urban agglomeration and the fourth-largest city in India. Much of the city was originally a vast wetland, reclaimed over the decades to accommodate the city's burgeoning population. The Sundarbans National Park separates the city from the Bay of Bengal, which is located about 154 km to the south.

Palace Of Interest:

Dakshineswar Kali Temple
The temple compound, apart from the nine-spired main temple, contains a large courtyard surrounding the temple, with rooms along the boundary walls. There is a bathing ghat on the Hoogly river, a bookshop, a shrine to Rani Rashmoni, a parking lot and twelve shrines dedicated to the aspects of Shiva, Kali's companion, and to Radha-Krishna. The chamber in the northwestern corner just beyond the last of the Shiva temples, is where Swami Ramakrishna Paramahamsa spent a considerable part of his life.

Tipu Sultan Mosque
Tipu Sultan Mosque is a mosque near the Esplanade, Kolkata, India. The mosque was built in 1842 by Mohammed , the son of Tipu Sultan.Structurally, the mosque is double-aisled and has multiple domes and tall corner towers.The alley behind the mosque is famous for foods like biryani.

Indian Museum
This was the first museum of its kind in Asia. From 1814 to 1878, it was located at the premises of Asiatic Society in Kolkata, but has since moved to its own premises in the city. It occupies a resplendent mansion, and exhibits among others: an Egyptian mummy, the Buddhist stupa from Bharhut, the Buddha's ashes, the Ashoka pillar, whose three-lion symbol became the official emblem of the Republic of India, fossil skeletons of prehistoric animals like dinosaurs, an art collection, rare antiques, and a collection of meteorites.It is also the largest museum in the country and has rare collections of antiques, armour and ormanents, fossils, skeletons, mummies, Mughal paintings, etc.

Raj Bhavan
Raj Bhavan (Bengali and Hindi for Government House) is the the Governor's house in Kolkata, West Bengal. The structure was built in pre-Independence times (1803). Once the residence of Governor-General of India, and called the Government House, the palatial house is now the residence of the Governor of West Bengal. The present Governor of West Bengal, HE Gopalkrishna Gandhi resides in this building.

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