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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

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

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

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

Bhoot Chaturdoshi & Halloween

HALLOWEEN AND BHOOT CHATURDASHI: CELEBRATION OF THE TWO MYSTIFYING EVENT

We live in different countries, celebrate various festivals with other names, but a thin thread attaches all these festivals. Halloween & Bhoot Chaturdashi is one of these festivals, celebrated so differently yet so similar to each other. Let’s see how…. Most of the Western world countries are marked by the arrival of Halloween. And its relationship with the world of the dead at the end … Continue reading HALLOWEEN AND BHOOT CHATURDASHI: CELEBRATION OF THE TWO MYSTIFYING EVENT

Hugely Popular Bengali Breakfast Dishes

The Bengalis are gourmets by nature. They love food and cherish hosting occasions for opportunities to have food. Talking about food, we all know that breakfast is an essential meal of the day and we should break our fasts like a king, as a famous proverb says. But, how’s the Bengali breakfast scene? What are the food items that govern the breakfast tables of common … Continue reading Hugely Popular Bengali Breakfast Dishes

Gazing At Neighbours Book

Gazing At Neighbours – Travels along the line that partitioned India: Book Review

The book by Indian author Bishwanath Ghosh, – ‘Gazing At Neighbours: Travels along the line that partitioned India’ speaks about the history of Radcliff line and its present day Socio-geographic texture as well as a memoir of the partition scar. In one of the powerful fictional pieces on India’s partition, ‘Nilkantha Pakhir Khonje,’ a character called Isham Khan laughed at the two quarrelling factions as … Continue reading Gazing At Neighbours – Travels along the line that partitioned India: Book Review

Plants Around Us and We Humans

Pandemic thoughts (Part 2): Life with the plants around us

-Angana “The plants around us not only give oxygen to our lungs but also to our souls” Anonymous Continued from Part 1 Our neighbourhood  Let us look at our green neighbour – the plants around us. These species of organisms scattered on the earth’s surface spend their entire lives confined in one single place. They are, by nature, immobile. They cannot change their geographical location … Continue reading Pandemic thoughts (Part 2): Life with the plants around us

Pandemic thoughts (Part 1): Life beyond physical mobility

– Angana Now more than one year has passed – almost from the beginning of 2020- the life of the most dominant species of this planet has been under the grip of the covid-19 pandemic. This epidemic has badly hit not only our bodies but also our mind. The human mind is not keeping well; many people are suffering from severe mental health conditions. The … Continue reading Pandemic thoughts (Part 1): Life beyond physical mobility