Four hours from Kolkata, a world of sculpted gorges and ravines.
There's no place like home, especially when it involves walks down Park Street.
See Sachin’s bat, P.V. Sindhu’s jersey, and Bengali periodicals from the 1800s. | By NGT Staff
Homemade khana and lessons in Bengali culture at this charming stay.
There's far more to West Bengal than Darjeeling.
Soak in lake and mountain views on this trail through Senchal Wildlife Sanctuary. | By NGT Staff
Wandering minstrels known as Bauls converge for a fest during Makar Sankranti. | By Anurag Mallick and Priya Ganapthy
Every December, the festival transforms the otherwise quiet university town into a riotous carnival.
Tea experiments are revolutionizing the classic cuppa in this colonial hill station.
Painting the town red, and yellow, and green. | By Ranjabati Das