India has so much more to offer than the inconvenience one believe they will face. It has vast beaches, calming lakes, picturesque landscapes, and amazing architecture, one of the seven wonders, warm and welcoming people, adventurous treks, great falls, majestic rivers, world-class facilities, natural calm and much more.
Basically Digha is divided into Old Digha and New Digha. While the old Digha is the core tourist attraction with numerous budget hotels, markets, hawkers etc; New Digha has emerged to be a better spot for sea bathing and leisurely stroll. The stretch of beach connecting Old Digha and New Digha is lined with Casuarina trees. New Digha has longer and wider flat beach compared to the rocky and concreted (to counter erosion) beach of Old Digha. Having said that, the charm of Old Digha till wee hours of the night is unmatched.
The university town of Shantiniketan is a veritable nerve centre of Bengal’s art and culture. It was established by Maharshi Devendranath Tagore, and later expanded by his son Rabindranath Tagore whose vision became what is now a Central University, Visva-Bharati University with an emphasis on the study of liberal arts as well as humanity’s relationship in the lap of nature.
He was in a charming armor Bejeweled with humility and grace, I thought. Dazzled my eyes and Robed my soul because I had this firm believe Thy uprightness is all I need ! There was this furore Where reality hit hard, Thine graciousness gone into Bewilderment… Thine humility deluged by Moments of verity. I was…… Continue reading Moment of truth !
To the lovely people whom I can look up to…
The dilemma to use herbal or not to use herbal products ! Well here we will find out soon!
The town is a historical city which has been mentioned in the mythological Hindu epic, Ramayana. It is said that this is the place from where the Hindu god Rama built a bridge across the sea to Lanka to rescue his wife Sita from her abductor Ravana.