It was 2002. That’s when we first went on a long trip (before that, my memory was more volatile than it is now, so I don’t remember where we went before that). And that was when we had first visited Agra. But I only have faint memories of Taj Mahal from that trip.
Last year, although I yearned for mountains, Agra was something I was interested in exploring, especially for taking photos of the Taj Mahal from a certain location that my mother had told me about 🙂
There wasn’t too much of pandal hopping this year. There were a couple of adda sessions with my friends, and I went out with my parents and Gunja to visit a few pandals around Kolkata. My birthday coincided with Saptami. It turned out to be really nice. Continue reading
This year I turned 20. This is an unusual post, but my birthday was unexpectedly nice this year, and I received an amazing gift.
I should be starting off from what happened after 12:00 AM on the 20th of October, but then I’d be missing out on a couple of things. So, I’ll start from 6:30 PM, on the day before. Continue reading
Salt Lake City is beautiful. It has all the aspects of a city, but it’s greener than an average city in India and has beautiful parks located within each block. There is a central location in Salt Lake City – the Kournamayee Housing Complex. Near Kournamayee is located a Central park – Banabitan. It is the property of the Forest Department of India, and is home to a variety of birds, butterflies, trees, and an ideal location for morning walkers. Several people fish. Small groups of people exercise.