Probably the biggest attraction of Kolkata (Previously Calcutta). Built during the British rule, the main idea was a replica of the Taj Mahal which the British weren't successful.
However the lush green well maintained Garden and the Museum, with its magnificent paintings, collection of weapons and also stone statues are a treat to watch. The paintings throw light on the socio-culture situation of Bengal and India in the 19th century.
The best time to visit is from December to February. The Garden is open on all days only the Museum is closed on Mondays.
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