Iphone 7 Unboxing and Review

Iphone 7 Unboxing and review
The iPhone 7 Plus is available in Apple Stores and other outlets starting last Friday in mostly four colours - Rose Gold, Gold, Black and Silver.Apple's latest iPhone 7 models sport two new color finish options: a solid matte Black and a high gloss Jet Black. Both appear to be in high demand, so if you're on the fence (or in line) we've taken some photos and videos highlighting the differences, including their almost invisible new seam lines, Apple's enhanced leather case options and the new Lightning headphones.

About Apple iPhone 7 Plus

Apple iPhone 7 Plus smartphone was launched in September 2016. The phone comes with a 5.50-inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 1080 pixels by 1920 pixels at a PPI of 401 pixels per inch. Apple iPhone 7 Plus price in India starts from Rs. 57,999.

The Apple iPhone 7 Plus is powered by quad-core Apple A10 Fusion processor and it comes with 3GB of RAM. The phone packs 32GB of internal storage that ca…

Amazon Great Indian Sale September 21- September 24

Amazon Great Indian Sale September 21- September 24

The Amazon Great Indian Festival Sale will commence from September 21 and end on September 24.


RAJARHAT ECO TOURISM PARK India, currently, has a population of about 1.2 billion people. More and more people have been migrating to metros, cities, and urban tracts. With pollution and lack of greenery and growing concrete jungles becoming a growing concern, promotion of eco-tourism could be the saviour that brings both tourism money and saves our cities. That is perhaps what the West Bengal administration thought when they initiated work on the Eco tourism park at New Town-Rajarhat, one of Kolkata’s upcoming plush locales. Inaugurated on 29 December 2012, by the CM of the state, Mamata Banerjee, Eco park, Rajarhat is a 480-acre park that showcases the rich natural and cultural heritage of the state. The park has come to be known as Prakriti Tirtha (Nature pilgrimage), an apt description of the conjunction of various ecological zones. It is currently Kolkata’s most popular attraction, picnic spot, and recreational area.

Getting There

Address: Eco Tourism Park, Major Ar…

City of Joy part 2 (Princep Ghat)

Princep Ghat Kolkata
Prinsep Ghats (Bengali: প্রিন্সেপ ঘাট) is a ghat built in 1841 during the British Raj, along the Kolkata bank of the Hooghly River in India.
Located between the Water Gate and the St George's Gate of the Fort William, the monument to Prinsep is rich in Greek and Gothic inlays. It was restored by the state's public works department in November 2001 and has since been well-maintained.[1] In its initial years, all royal British entourages used the Prinsep Ghat jetty for embarkation and disembarkation.
Built in the year 1841, this monument is named  after James Prinsep (thats why you will find it spelled as Prinsep Ghat in many places). James Prinsep was an extraordinarily brilliant researcher and architect, who also served as the honorable Secretary of the Asiatic Society. He was the seventh son of John Prinsep, a wealthy East Indian merchant and Member of Parliament.
*An Evening At The Ghat:  One of my Kolkata friends told me…

City of Joy Part 1 ( Victoria Memorial)

Victoria Memorial, The crown of Kolkata "In Calcutta – a city of European origin and construction — where all the main buildings had been erected in a quasi-classical or Palladian style, and which possessed no indigenous architectural type of its own – it was impossible to erect a building in any native style"  – Lord Curzon, regarding Victoria Memorial’s design   Victoria memorial hall is dedicated in loving memory of Queen Victoria and now it’s a museum having British raj , paintings,monuments,statues,weapons,maps,coins,stamps,and some other great stuffs which let us know about history behind the Victoria memorial and people who belong to it.
Unarguably the first location on every tourist’s itinerary when visiting Calcutta, the massive Victoria Memorial complex, one of the finest structures ever built in the country, has become an icon for the beautiful city that Calcutta is and also for the prominent architectural and artistic heritage left behind by the Brit…

The Kolkata haunted Dock – Khidderpur

The Kolkata haunted  Dock – Khidderpur The Port of Kolkata (Bengali: কলকাতা বন্দর) is a riverine port in the city of Kolkata, India, located around 203 kilometres (126 mi) from the sea.[4] It is the oldest operating port in India, and was constructed by the British East India Company.

In the 19th century Kolkata Port was the premier port in British India. After independence its importance decreased because of factors including the Partition of Bengal (1905), reduction in size of the port hinterland and economic stagnation in eastern India.
This  place was originally owned by Nawab Wajid Ali Shah of Awadh. After his kingdom was snatched from him by the East Inda Company in 1856, The Nawab took refuge in the area which now holds the Kolkata docks. There are a few eerie stories about the complex. It is believed that the spirit of the Nawab resides here to take revenge on the British Empire. Since Nawab was a fond follower of music, hair rising stories of how classical music …

A budget trip to Digha

A budget trip to Digha
It was one of those unplanned trips that just takes place on the spur of a moment. The trip was to get away from the monotony of the sapping work life. It was decided to take a trip on the sea shores of the sea that can be accessed locally from the city of joy. That well everybody’s guess is Digha and it was.It was a winter time. My friends was planning for trip to nearby location. After a small meeting, it was unanimously decided to go to Digha, The Sea queen of Bengal  .
Digha is a place at Midnapore district in WB, India. It is one of the popular tourist destinations in West Bengal. For a short holiday, it's an ideal place to stay for a few days. It's very easy to reach Digha. There are frequent buses from Calcutta. Also, recently train services have started. Two trains run everyday: at 6.30AM and at 2.30PM from Sealdha Station. It takes about 5 hours by bus & 3.5 hours by train to reach Digha.
We took Tamralipta express ( fare for g…