Even Calcutta’s might not recognize the city!!!
The large St. Paul´s Cathedral is one of the oldest churches in India .
The white façade of the heritage building at Princep Ghat looks impressive against the backdrop of the Vidyasagar Setu.
Hustle and bustle
The play of lights on the marble structure of the Victoria Memorial makes the monument perfect for photographs by evening.
Preparing for evening
The sun sets over the Vidyasagar Setu.
A de-stress drive
The daily grind gets to you sometimes, but driving over the Vidyasagar Setu at night can be a great de-stressor.
Awaiting the evening star
Boats on the river Hooghly turn towards the spectacular view of the illuminated Vidyasagar Setu against an evening sky.
Evenings at Prinsep Ghat
A popular tourist destination on the river Hooghly , Prinsep Ghat is famous for its splendid sunsets.
A rich heritage
People, taxis, and private cars throng the area outside Howrah Station. Here is a typical scene outside the station.
Howrah by night
Here is a view of the Howrah Station by night. The red façade and the bright lights give the railway station a grand appeal.
Ornamenting the Hooghly
The illuminated Howrah Bridge adds a bejewelled look to the river Hooghly flowing silently under it.On the must-visit list
Lights, Colour, Shopping!
The illuminated fountain at New Market adds to the colour and vibrancy of this shopping zone.
Posting a letter
Located at B.B.D. Bagh, the General Post Office building is famous for its landmark clock. Lit up by evening
A trip to Fort William
Here is the picturesque Fort William , once a symbol of the British Raj.
In the evening, the waters of the Nalban Boating Complex resemble a clear, star-studded sky.
The Jawaharlal Nehru Road , better known as Chowringhee, is home to the famous Kanak Building , previously ANZ 41 Chowringhee Branch.
Heaven lies below
The Park Street flyover, illuminated in all its glory.
Raindrops are falling
Here is look at the Park Street flyover on a rainy night.
Cruising by Trincas
The flashy board for Trincas captures the attention of people walking down Park Street .
At the Red Mill
‘Moulin Rouge’ is French for ‘Red Windmill’. This multi-cuisine restaurant on Park Street is popular for its delicious fare.
A breath of fresh air
The colourful lights illuminate the Millennium Park as evening visitors enjoy the fresh air.
The stars look down
The 2.2-kilometre long A.J.C. Bose Road flyover looks resplendent under the starry skies.
The Science City in Kolkata boasts of the Dynamotion. There is none other like it in all of Asia .
It used to be a garbage dump but has undergone a complete transformation. Presenting the swank P.C. Chandra Park on the E.M. Bypass.
Loving our heritage
Located on the Eastern Metropolitan Bypass is Swabhumi, a heritage plaza.
City Center is a place to shop, snack, and take time off from the daily grind. Here’s a view of it from the outside.
The city worships
The illuminated Birla Temple on Ashutosh Chowdhury Avenue attracts large groups of devotees every evening.
Home to the steel tycoon
This is the mansion-like Kolkata’s Alipore area is home to the wealthy. Here is a view of the sprawling Mittal House belonging to the Maharajah of Steel, Lakshmi Mittal.
Remembering John Elliot
In 1810, John Elliot, Kolkata’s police commissioner took on the task of beautifying the Maidan. Elliot Park was named after him. Here, Elliot Park is lit up for the evening.