|View of Mt. Kangchenjunga from Pineridge Hotel, Mall, Darjeeling. Top of the Bhanu Bhawan is also captured.|
Saturday, June 4
Wednesday, March 23
Digha (দীঘা), the ‘Brighton of the East’, is the most popular weekend getaway sea resort in the West Bengal.
|Boulders to protect the beach at Old Digha|
This popular tourist spot is located at 21.68°N 87.55°E, just 183 km from Kolkata/Howrah and in the District of East Midnapore. Digha is situated at the northern end of the Bay of Bengal. It has beautiful beaches.
|Waves on boulders|
|Old Digha Sea Beach|
"Originally, there was a place called Beerkul, where Digha lies today. This name was referred in Warren Hastings's letters (1780) as Brighton of the East. An English businessman John Frank Snaith started living here in 1923 and his writings provided a good exposure to this place. He convinced West Bengal Chief Minister Bidhan Chandra Roy to develop this place to be a beach resort." [Source: Wikipedia]
|At Digha Mohona|
Saturday, May 2
|Rose Valley Park - A View|
|Pranitaa (My 5 years old daughter)|
|Rose Valley Park - other View|
|Pranitaa - Photo shoot|