Top 5 in Travel

Here are the feature of this week of May 2018. Our favorite photos in Travel category, chosen by our editors

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College street, colloquially known as "Boi Para" is an eminent center of Calcutta's literary crowd. It is second home to the intellectuals, students & book lovers of Calcutta. It is a one of its kind book market place in the world which draws locals & tourists alike from every corner of the globe. It's more of a paradise for the book lovers and is the largest book market in India. . So Here's to the bookworms . Happy World Book Day #igers #like4like #instagood #ig_calcutta #calcuttacacophony #streetphotographykolkata #streetsofkolkata #storiesofkolkata #amarkolkata #onlyinbengal #sctl_photography #wearebengal #calcalling #kolkata_calcutta_city #_ccal #_soi #_moi #creativeimagemagazine #cnntravel #indiaphotosociety #indiaphotoproject #bengal_ig #the_bong_theory_ #palsmaniaakolkata #lonelyplanetindia #wahhkolkata #wahhindia #worldbookday #mainbhisadakchap

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‘College street, colloquially known as “Boi Para” is an eminent center of Calcutta’s literary crowd. It is second home to the intellectuals, students & book lovers of Calcutta. It is a one of its kind book market place in the world which draws locals & tourists alike from every corner of the globe. It’s more of a paradise for the book lovers and is the largest book market in India. . So Here’s to the bookworms….’

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‘This is taken at Prinsep Ghat in Kolkata and this is Hooghly river. Prinsep Ghat is one of the oldest recreational spots of Kolkata. The Ghat was named after James Prinsep. Located along the banks of the beautiful Hooghly River (River Ganges), the Ghat is surrounded by greenery and overlooked by the Vidyasagar Setu. Around evening, people flock the place and enjoy long strolls along the bank.’

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‘Sun set in golden colors at Dal lake which is located in Kashmir.’

4.

‘Rani Ki Vav, a UNESCO world heritage site at Patan, Gujarat’

5.

‘Panache’

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