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Introduction to the career in Content Writing through a pilot webinar

We, the team of KolkataFusion, had organized our first-ever webinar on the basics of content writing skills. We also decided to create a presentation and record it for the benefit of those who couldn’t attend the webinar. In the presentation, we have discussed the required skills and obstacles one might encounter while embarking on the journey of content writing. We have also discussed the different … Continue reading Introduction to the career in Content Writing through a pilot webinar

Subhadra Sengupta

Tribute to lesser-known Children’s Writer – Subhadra Sengupta

A beautifully written article by Edaan Ghosh. It’ll encourage you to study more about this lesser-known Children’s Writer – Subhadra Sengupta. By the end of the article, you might end up adding some of her books to your Amazon cart. Subhadra Sengupta was an Indian writer based in Delhi. She was born in June 1959 and had a master’s degree in history. She was the … Continue reading Tribute to lesser-known Children’s Writer – Subhadra Sengupta

Burmaik-North Bengal Tourism

Burmaik – a rendezvous with tranquility in North Bengal Tourism

There are offbeat places offered by North Bengal Tourism where one can go to find some solace from the hurried life of the concrete jungles. You just simply need to explore such hidden treasures. Parna had been to one such place last year. She shares her experience here with us. In one of his books, Ruskin Bond says, “It is always the same with mountains. … Continue reading Burmaik – a rendezvous with tranquility in North Bengal Tourism

An ode to the Thore Chhechkis and Dnata chocchoris – Bengali Staple Dishes

It’s not just about ghontos, chhechkis or chochhoris, Parna’s perfectly weaved article will take you on a ride to your memory lanes. Those distinct smells that wafted from our mothers’ and grandmothers’ kitchens, those aversion towards food until the dearth was felt..and so much more…. Come Indian summer and the winter beauties like carrots, cabbages, cauliflowers and beans go into annual hibernation. Instead, the Bengalis … Continue reading An ode to the Thore Chhechkis and Dnata chocchoris – Bengali Staple Dishes

Books by Ruskin Bond

Ruskin Bond Books for School Going Children

Ruskin Bond books are timeless and the best picks during this time of disharmony when our minds yearn to be free from stress. Our Guest blogger, Ekta Kubba, an ardent Ruskin Bond fan, has shared some of the best books of Ruskin Bond. The digital world and progressions in technology have altered the way of life. Undoubtedly, it has made students’ life more competitive and … Continue reading Ruskin Bond Books for School Going Children

Upendrakishore Ray Chowdhury – the renaissance man who understood Bengali children

To us Bengalis, childhood is never complete without the healthy doses of Tuntunir Golpo, Abol Tabol’s verses and the Gupi Gyne Bagha Byne trilogy. And all these evergreen creations are from the same family – the illustrious Ray (Chowdhury) family of 100 A Gorpar Road! Upendrakishore Ray Chowdhury created the unforgettable, cute, naughty bird Tuntuni. Through Abol Tabol, his son Sukumar Ray built improbable scenarios, … Continue reading Upendrakishore Ray Chowdhury – the renaissance man who understood Bengali children

Christmas Park Street

The Grand Christmas Carnival At Park Street

Christmas is always celebrated in Kolkata with splendour and joy. A drop in mercury with a chilly breeze indicates that Christmas is in the air and it’s time for some rock and roll with a platter of multi-cuisine delicacies followed by some rich fruit cake as dessert. Park Street, Kolkata, with tons of famous restaurants, cafes, pubs, hawkers, becomes the central hub during Christmas. While … Continue reading The Grand Christmas Carnival At Park Street

Food Crawl in Darjeeling – A rare treasure of the North Bengal Tourism

After a deadly COVID-19 experience, Parna & family could finally make a trip to a place close to our heart – Darjeeling. In this article, we have discussed some of the best restaurants in Darjeeling, where she and her friends managed to visit during her 2 and a half day stay in Darjeeling before travelling to other lesser known spots in North Bengal Tourism. Here … Continue reading Food Crawl in Darjeeling – A rare treasure of the North Bengal Tourism

The Sweetmeats of Bengal – 5: Sweets from the Bankura and Purulia Districts

The Bengali sweets are not all about Sandesh made from cottage cheese or Chhena. There are many varieties of sweets in the drier districts of Bengal which are not made from cottage cheese. In this article, we’ll be discussing about the Bengali sweets that are not made from Chhena. As the regions of Bankura and Purulia are an extension of the Chotanagpur plateau, the weather … Continue reading The Sweetmeats of Bengal – 5: Sweets from the Bankura and Purulia Districts

SIGNIFICANCE OF GOOD SCHOOL MANNERS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF A CHILD

Good school manners are something that children imbibe from their teachers, friends and peers. And it these manners stay with them for their lifetime – they become their lives’ building blocks. We always want to give the best to our children, but being a parent is not an easy job. Amidst this Covid-19 pandemic, we have noticed that our kids are becoming stubborn and rigid, … Continue reading SIGNIFICANCE OF GOOD SCHOOL MANNERS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF A CHILD

DOOARS: The ultimate getaway to the wonderland of the North Bengal Tourism

Who wouldn’t want to take a break from the everyday turmoil of city life? The Dooars, a popular destination of North Bengal Tourism can be the perfect choice with its beautiful and eye-catching landscapes of lush green stretches of tea gardens, pleasant weather, vast deciduous forests along a wonderful view of the Himalayas. In this article, we would be providing you with the details of … Continue reading DOOARS: The ultimate getaway to the wonderland of the North Bengal Tourism