The City as a Museum | Field Notes discovering Kolkata

Discover Kolkata with DAG Museums – explore the Hooghly as seen by travelling European painters; take a deeper look into the legacy of the Tagores on both sides of the river; tour the Botanical Gardens; walk through Dalhousie Square (or BBD Bagh), through the studios and presses of Chitpur Road and through the remains of the exiled kingdom of Awadh in Metiabruz.

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Pritika Chowdhry
Pritika Chowdhry
9 months ago

Can’t believe I missed this! But do you already have the Kolkatta Partition Museum on your map?

https://www.pritikachowdhry.com/partition-art

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