College Street, Kolkata

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Il semble que vous soyez un expert dans ce domaine, vos remarques sont tres interessantes, merci.

    – Daniel

  2. Manashree says:

    Wow! Merci Daniel! Vos commentaires m'a inspiré pour écrire plus.


  3. Debosmita says:

    Here from the list of attendees of the Indical meet and I am glad that I dropped by. 🙂

    Well, I am a fellow blogger from Kolkata, but I also have an Assamese connection. My ancestral place is in Silchar 🙂

    I am totally enjoying your blog and will drop in more often now. Hope to meet you in person in the meet.

  4. Manashree says:

    @Debosmita, thank you for stopping by my blog. Loved that you commented. 🙂 Yes, lets meet up on the indiBlogger meet. One more thing, I had a friend called Debosmita when I was in Delhi. She vanished suddenly, no news, I miss her….your name really touched a spot in my heart. Glad to have you as a fellow blogger. Looking forward to meet you too.

  5. Anonymous says:

    thank you for taking us – your readers – with you to all those amazing places you are going,it makes me feel I have been there too..I also looked through your photos and wanted to tell you that I super love them,you are seeing the soul of everything you are taking a picture of..that´s very special..great work,thank you for sharing,go on like that,love Nina

  6. Manashree says:

    @Nina Thank you so much for your encouraging words. These comments mean a lot to me. I will try to post more… Keep visiting please.. Thank you! 🙂

  7. very true words only one who have visited the place can realize its warmth ..even in the days of CCD and Barista still Indian Coffee House stand straight with proud and the intellectual discussion there is above all. The Old college/University building silently speaks of their literary movement in the Eastern region. Though a guy of recent time after entering ICH through those dirty staircases with my friends in 2006 and 2007 during my internship at kolkata really it gave a different experience with those fans hanging from tall ceilings etc.

  8. Ronee says:

    you must listen to the song 'coffee house er sei adda ta r aj nei'..was my favourite hangout spot during my college days..endless smokes, coffees, infatuations, illusions and nostalgia – coffee house still bears that strong undertone of bengali culture

  9. Hi Tamojyoti,

    Glad you liked it. I am also happy to learn that you could relive some nostalgic moments of your life through my blog.

    Do keep visiting for more.

  10. Yes Ronee, I couldn't agree more. Thanks for stopping by! 🙂

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