Inside an 18th-century rajbari, a mansion amid lush orchards, and a home beside 500-year-old terracotta temples near Kolkata.
From Chinese breakfast and phuchka to biryani, the city's lanes brim with diverse fare brought in by migrants from around the world.
From tigers and tea to folk arts and history—there is a story in every frame in Bengal.
A photo exhibition in a Kolkata mansion calls for action to save Bengal's fragile architectural heritage.
A few hours from Kolkata, the Rajbari Bawali is a study in understated grandeur.
The chilly winter is ideal to explore these lesser-known places in West Bengal.
A mother navigates the chaos of a resplendent city with her young children in tow.
The traditional art of making Jewish and Parsi cheeses lives on in the city’s kitchens. Photographs by Manjit Singh Hoonjan.
And how to plan your trip to Sundarbans National Park.
Chandernagore was one of the first outposts of India’s colonial past, a French colony rather like Puducherry.