Hotel Gulshan International

Address: 21 B, Royd Street, Kolkata (Calcutta), West Bengal, 700016, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 21 B, Royd Street, Kolkata (Calcutta), is near Howrah Bridge, Indian Museum (Jadu Ghar), New Market, and MP Birla Planetarium.
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    Kolkata, West Bengal

    A travel blog entry by lifeundefined on Jun 19, 2015

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    ... were still taught by lecture and there were still about 40-50 students in each class. I would consider the school a "village" school just on the outside edge of Kolkata as it has it's own name, but apparently the population is counted in the population of the larger city. The teacher/administrator I spoke with emphasized the low socio-economic status of the schools students, but also said multiple times that 100% of their students passed their exams and about 90% of them ...

    India Intensifies...

    A travel blog entry by jaime.sehn on May 12, 2015


    ... doesn't matter what your religious or ethical background is, the Motherhouse here in Kolkata is a safe haven for everyone. I feel that safety and sigh a breath of relief each and every morning as I enter and am greeted by one of the nuns. As we departed the facility, the sisters began praying the rosary so to keep us safe on the way. I find the Sister's so soft spoken and genuine ..they always have a smile to share and words of comfort to give. They are remarkably ...


    A travel blog entry by vinkor on Jan 29, 2015

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    ... I had to go TO see the tribal villages) who were going to a wedding party in Calcutta. They were traveling from 7 am, almost 24 hours to get to Calcutta. At the end it was a good idea not to go to Koraput because then I would have to travel too, so long to arrive in Calcutta and furthermore most of the villages are not accesible as the government tries to protect them from stupid tourists who treat the people like objects and destroy their culture. ...

    Colonial Calcutta and farewell to India

    A travel blog entry by paul_and_ness on Sep 28, 2014

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    ... mind and body, a glorious shock to the system. It is exhilarating, exhausting and infuriating, a land where you will find the practicalities of daily life overlay the mysteries of popular myth." This is absolutely true of our experience of India, but we say goodbye with fond memories and with a big smile on our faces. Time to move on to a new country and a new culture.... Burma here we come!

    "Ugly Baby"

    A travel blog entry by emilyhanne on Oct 28, 2013

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    ... room had new borns (5 had been born that day or the day before) and the other room had babies who were unadoptable. The unadoptable room had a few very sick babies (both "curable" and "not curable"), one little boy tied to the window whose parents are supposedly still in the picture, and dark-skinned babies who were gorgeous but their skin tone made them "undesirable". All of these babies, mostly from the other room, are bought from ...