Ruins from Kolkata’s past.
History by Ritayan MukherjeeFeb 05, 2016
Grace isn’t something one would associate
with decay but Kolkata has that quality; its grandeur may have rusted, but a
certain grace lingers in its neglected columns and statues. Kolkata under the
“Raj” (British Colonial Period) was a melting pot of various cultures. The
nouveau riche of the city absorbed elements of Europe’s Greco-Roman heritage
when they built their sprawling mansions. These houses were studded with
Corinthian pillars and lined with balustrades of delicate grill-w
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