The Konark Wheel, The Sun Temple, Konark The Sun Temple, Konark Buddha, Shanti Stupa, Dhauli The Victoria Memorial, Kolkata The Victoria Memorial, Kolkata Below the Howrah Bridge, Kolkata City of Blinding Lights — Park Street, Kolkata at 1750 Hours All pictures taken this month while I travelled to Orissa and Kolkata. Your comments, as always,
Though I have always believed that Indians have been, on the whole, more open to changes related to technology, I have also found out how various (Indian) organizations, which would have otherwise benefited from people using more technology, have failed to realise this and have lost a lot of money and goodwill, on the way.
Now that I have travelled to all the four metros of the country (and lived for 10 years in two of them), I hereby proclaim that Kolkata is the most metropolitan city of all. You could be surprised but that is what I feel. Of course, like always, you may or may not agree with
Orissa may be the land of temples and The Holy city of Puri may as well be its “Temple capital”, but my stay there was a terrible story in itself. According to the Hindu mythology, we are living in the Kalyuga — The material age and the one in which mankind will be the farthest
…after a long and exhaustive trip from Bhubaneswar and Kolkata. More on it, soon.
As I write this, India has just won their first ever Twenty game. It finishes within 4 hours, a timespan little over than a Bollywood flick, provides a carnival like atmosphere for the players and spectators, a high degree of excitement. They say that this game could be the future of Cricket. All said and