Kumartuli:Not a Photowalk

Yes, you have heard it right. It is not a photowalk to Kumartuli.

Places Covered
Kobiraj gangaprasad
Sobhabazar 12 chura mondir (lal mondir)
New kumartuli
Kumartuli black pagoda temple at kumartuli
Baneswar shiv temple

Walking With Ghosts

Along the way, see Kolkata by night

As covered in the Times of India and Ei Samay and The Telegraph.
- Come see Kolkata's infamous haunted buildings
- Hear stories of ghosts walking through offices
- Dead wives speaking with their husbands
- Mysterious piano music and
- The screams of the dead!

Bangla Sahity-er Ekal o Sekal

This tour is about taking a tour of some places where Bengali Authors

We walk upto College Street crossing, get up on a tram and then get down near Bina Cinema Hall. Here inside a narrow bylane of Mahatma Gandhi Road is that mess, where Sibram Chakarborty used to stay. The room where Sibram stayed still exists, with a phone number on the wall written by Sibram himself.

Tollygunge Heritage Walk

The walking tour is centered along both the banks of Adi Ganga

Places Covered:

Boro Rasbar

Choto Rasbari

Monadl Temple

Chandra Temple Complex

Kolkata Cemetry Walk

Tour to Cemeteries of Kolkata

Kolkata is famous for it's Burial Ground' area. Please join us to see the well known personalities resting there: literary figures, military leaders, legendary characters in Kolkata's history, Independence movement leaders, and other notable people.

Calcutta to Kolkata Walk

Calcutta to Kolkata Walk

The built heritage of Kolkata has been referred to time and again as a unique architectural wealth by both the domestic and international visitors and experts.LetUsGo has chalked out an interesting walking route to show our glorious past which has led to the development of this city and become the capital of the country.

Central Kolkata Walk

The Royal Fight for Independence

You will cover this following places:
St Teresa Church
Residence of Rashtraguru Surendra Nath Banerjee
House where Kabi Nazrul penned his famous poem 'Bidrohi'
The palaces of Janbazar Rani Maa
The original place where Rani Maa stayed before marriage

Dalhousie – a Siginificant Chapter

Dalhousie - a Siginificant Chapter

From Afghanistan to Hong Kong, the eastern wing of the British Empire was head quartered right here in Cal. The very heart of this was Dalhousie Square - from the nerve center at Writer's, to the financial center at the Currency Building, the gigantic rail wing was controlled from the Eastern Railways HQ, the Governor General lived at Raj Bhawan, the main church was St. John's, the drinking water supply was Lal Dighi.

As a consequence of the HQ being at Dalhousie, the square has a number of firsts - India's first gas powered street lights, later, the first electric street lights, the first ATM, first Tram, the first Rail network, first Metro, we were the city of firsts!

The Unfaithful Walk

Kolkata, in the days of the British raaj, was known as the ‘second city of the empire’ after London.

In this walk you will visit the following : Scottish Church

Mission Church

Catholic Church 3 x Synagogues

Armenian Church

Chinese Church

Parsi Fire Temple

Nakhoda Masjid

and many more....

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