Amphan super cyclone disaster

Super Cyclone Amphan and Us

Just a year after the super cyclone Amphan, we are again getting news of another cyclone – Yaas. Though its intensity is forecasted to be lesser, we don’t want to take risks. We have started taking precautionary measures like securing the trees and getting the plants inside our house. Click to get Cyclone Yaas Live Updates. KolkataFusion contributors recapitulate their experiences of living through the … Continue reading Super Cyclone Amphan and Us

Rangoli Design (Alpona)

History and Significance of Rangoli

– Ria S. Mazumdar(Guest Post) A few months ago, an event was organized in the school where I work, wherein the students had to submit a rangoli design made on a piece of paper. Here in Bangalore, the pan-India background of the students is quite obvious. I was intrigued to see the regional touches in the Rangoli designs submitted. Rangoli in West Bengal In this … Continue reading History and Significance of Rangoli

Rabindranath Tagore

Rabindranath Tagore – The Bard whose works will never lose their relevance.

Rabindranath Tagore’s presence in the lives of the Bengalis has been like this song written by the great poet himself. The songs, poems and his other literary works have been a blessing to us and would continue to be so, forever….. “Bohe nirontoro ononto anandadhara…….” (The showers of eternal bliss flows forever) (Rabindranath Tagore, Bhaanga Gaan, written on 1897) However, my acquaintance with the famous … Continue reading Rabindranath Tagore – The Bard whose works will never lose their relevance.

Satyajit Ray Behind The Camera

Reminiscing the legacy of the God of Indian cinema Satyajit Ray

For us, Satyajit Ray is the sole God of Indian cinema. Yes, there have been controversies surrounding him. But, which great man has ever lived without controversies. Parna’s article will take you through his career, his art, his books, and his favourite actor. From a very young age, when I have just learned to read Bengali, I used to be excited when I saw storybooks … Continue reading Reminiscing the legacy of the God of Indian cinema Satyajit Ray

Recommended Bengali Storybooks for kids (3 to 10 years)

The beauty of the Bengali storybooks is that there’s no set age groups you need to stick to when it comes to reading. The same books can be read aloud to the kids when they are toddlers and later on introduced when they can start reading themselves. In fact, the familiar stories to which they have listened as toddlers will inspire them to read themselves. … Continue reading Recommended Bengali Storybooks for kids (3 to 10 years)

Internet Of Things And Arduino

Internet of Things Application on Arduino Projects

-Sayantan Basu Mallick -Guest Post With technological advancement and artificial intelligence, we are now in a threshold of the concept of IoT or the Internet of Things. Our guest blogger, as well as our website developer, Sayantan Basu Mallick, explains his project using Arduino technology. To contact him or to know more about his work, leave your message in the comment box. What is IoT? … Continue reading Internet of Things Application on Arduino Projects

Recommended storybooks for kids in English (3- 10 years)

Recommended storybooks for kids in English (3- 10 years)

Dr. Seuss, a well-known writer and illustrator of the story for kids in English, once said, “You can find magic wherever you look. Sit back and relax all you need is a book!” That’s one of the best definitions of books we have come by in recent times. Indeed, such is the magical experience of reading! By introducing your kids to the hobby of reading, you … Continue reading Recommended storybooks for kids in English (3- 10 years)

Horikhela by Rabindranath Tagore

‘Horikhela’ – Indian Writer, Rabindranath Tagore’s poem on spring and Holi: A review

Holi is a significant Indian festival that ushers in spring with splashes of colours. Almost all Indian writers, including Rabindranath Tagore, have written literary pieces on Holi and Doljatra. Among them, the ballad, ‘Horikhela’ is a masterpiece by him. In this ballad, the Indian writer and first Indian Nobel Laureate in Literature, Rabindranath Tagore, had brought alive a historical event that happened back in 17th … Continue reading ‘Horikhela’ – Indian Writer, Rabindranath Tagore’s poem on spring and Holi: A review

Baby On A Vacation

12 Tips For Travelling With Your Infants (less than 1 year of age)

Most often, new parents get skeptical when it comes to travelling with infants. They get overwhelmed about the preparations to be taken and worry whether their babies will fall ill while on vacation. And after COVID-19, this fear has become more predominant in them. We have shared a few tips that will help you to have a relaxing vacation even while traveling with a baby. … Continue reading 12 Tips For Travelling With Your Infants (less than 1 year of age)