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Tipu Sultan Masjid Kolkata
Tipu Sultan Masjid Kolkata

One of the rare relics of Islamic heritage and culture in the bustling megacity of Kolkata is Tipu Sultan Mosque. It is most definitely one of the most important buildings in Kolkata dedicated to Islamic architecture and is one of the most important heritage buildings in the city.

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St. Paul's Cathedral Kolkata
St. Paul's Cathedral Kolkata

St Paul’s Cathedral is one of the first Anglican churches within the British territory which attracts a spectrum of tourists round the year. It’s an imperative sight of attraction in the ‘City of Joy’. The cathedral is a beautiful Episcopal Church with embedded charm and glistening lights. The edifice is located right adjacent to Victoria Memorial in the heart of Kolkata, holding historical and architectural richness for the tourists.

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Belur Math Kolkata
Belur Math Kolkata

Kolkata, the third-largest city and undoubtedly the “Cultural Capital of India” has been a pioneering conurbation in Indian Renaissance. The city- squalid, desperate, and simultaneously noble, until today, reflects the edifying core of India. If you think Kolkata is only a pandemonium, a nascent and soul mollifying religiosity thrives among the millennial residents as well.

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Kalighat Kali Temple Kolkata
Kalighat Kali Temple Kolkata

Against the chaos of the skyline, Kolkata stands out as one of the most immaculate cities of India that has an idyllic fusion of both ancient traditions and the new. The city dwells in different domains like dance, culture, art, literature, freedom movements, and religiosity- bestowing peace to the confused soul.

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Dakshineswar Kali Temple Kolkata
Dakshineswar Kali Temple Kolkata

Dakshineswar Kali Temple is one of the holiest places for Hindus in the district of North 24 Parganas and is marked as a top-notch attraction of Kolkata tourism. On a visit to the metropolis, make sure you schedule time in order to pay a visit to this antique temple in Dakshineswar and seek blessings from the presiding deity, Bhavatarini, who is an aspect of Kali. It is situated on the eastern bank of River Hooghly and its construction dates back to 1855.

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