Muslim dynasty (Adina) and many Indian dynasties under British rule. In this investigation five heritage buildings were selected for the study of wall flora was carried out. These are Gour; Adina: Jami Masjid, Pandua: Eklakhi Mousoleum; Jagjibanpur-Nandadirghi Vihara; Chanchol and Harishchandrapur Rajbari.
Rituparno Basu To trace the origin and evolution of the art of Cartooning in Bengal, we have to go back to the days when the native scroll painters or Patuas, in their typical colourful style and flourish, churned out the ‘pata chitras.’ The ‘Pata Chitras’ whose staple theme included the divine and scenes from mundane […]
People like Kartick Das and his sons, never believe in ‘more income’, but they love to make the children happy with their job. They love doing it.
Faruque Abdullah Beedi industry has grown-up as an important business in Murshidabad district in the state of West Bengal. In this industry, women outnumber others. Women laborers engaged in beedi industry account for 72.4% of the whole women working force in Murshidabad and this percentage may increase as all of them are not always registered. […]
Asis Kumar Chatterjee Introduction We have majorly noted previously that the true picture of the Bengali society was justly mirrored in the panels of the temples of this culturally enriched region. Furniture posed itself as a rather interesting perspective of these many reflections. This niche subject is short but extremely fascinating, and this is what […]
15 feet in height, 8 iron-made wheel, and square shaped structure is about 7 feet in length. The banisters are well decorated. The shape of pitcher is being used in decoration. Also there was two horses and a charioteer made of brass is used to beautify it.
Smoking is an innate member of the human civilization. Smoke and smoking have been used abundantly across cultures and geographies since the beginning of civilization, for religious purposes, as addiction catalysts and regarding medicinal uses.
Another Visnu icon of the Sridhara form found from this site is in the collection of a local club called Netaji Sangha
Written by Dr. Tilak Purkayastha It seems quite lovable is going on the ground of the village of ‘Lal Moram'(soil) of Bengal. Walking below the cloudy sky. On the right, the cold wind is blowing over the river, Kangsavati and is giving relief. However, this ‘lalmati’ (‘red soiled’) road seems to be covered very […]
No colourful advertisement or standards outlets, only the faith and the quality makes it possible to survive even after hundreds of years.