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Outdoor Activities and Events Travelling with Children

Must See Places for Children in East India

Payal
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Must See Places for Children in East India

As the second installment of my four-part blog on the places to take your children before they grow up, here I will talk of places in East India- with special reference to Kolkata.


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Meenu

| Feb 22, 2014

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Anupama Gujadhur

| Sep 24, 2013

The ancient temples are all so scientifically sound.

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Anupama Gujadhur

| Sep 24, 2013

Payal! I'd just like to add up to your comment ..... Ramayana and Mahabharata are epics and most of it is historical facts.

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Payal

| Mar 16, 2013

Neetu and Anurima, Im so glad you liked the selection. As Kolkata is my home town I have personally been to these places and they hild a special place in my heart even now. I have started doing these rounds with my daughter and hope she will love these too.

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Payal

| Mar 16, 2013

Sudhendra, myths and history are two sides of the same coin. I hear you... I should definitely add making them aware of our amazing history and heritage. That is what our country has most to offer.

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Anurima

| Mar 14, 2013

Your blog makes me want to go home now Payal! I can say that I have done most of the things mentioned here barring a few. Will surely try to make up the next time we are there. Thanks Payal.

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Neetu Ralhan

| Mar 13, 2013

The ongoing poll on Parentune shows that East India does not feature on the preferred holiday destinations for many parents. This blog therefore is very relevant and much needed. Although Kolkata and the bengali culture have always mesmerized me, never thought of it as a holiday destination.. the east is beautiful and there's much to explore.. thanks for the quick reference list.

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sudhendra bagayat

| Mar 13, 2013

Payal Mukherjee!! I am excited to go to East India once again... (I have stayed in that part during my adolescence).... I would disagree with what you have mentioned in 3 point of "5 things to do in East India" - "...... Help them learn the myths.... " I would rather take them to show them the remains of our Marvelous Ancestral HISTORY... :)

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