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Four Day Kolkata Industrial Tour Itinerary

 

Day 1, Arrive at Kolkata, meet and greet by our representative , transfer to pre-booked hotel, check in , relax a bit, post lunch Kolkata Industrial Visit at First Company,  followed by Dinner and Night Stay at the Hotel .

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Day 2, After Breakfast, depart for industrial visit , after industrial visit , visit Indian Museum, the largest museum in the Asia Pacific region and one of the oldest in the world. Founded in 1814 by the Asiatic Society, this multi-functional, three-story museum houses, galleries of art, archaeology, geology, industry and animal collections. You'll find a vast collection of rare artifacts, fossils, and more, including 4,000-year-old Egyptian mummies

Followed by dinner and Night stay at the Hotel.

Day 3, After breakfast visit Victoria Memorial, Built in 1901, it is one of the most beautiful buildings in America. This white architectural masterpiece was created in honor of Queen Victoria shortly after her death.

A fusion of European and Mughal architecture inspired by the Taj Mahal. Victoria Memorial Hall has an exquisite collection of original Western and Indian paintings, rare photographs and manuscripts. You'll also find works of art created by inmates at Alipore Jail.

After lunch visit Eco Park , a theme park spread over 480 acres is the largest urban park in India. You can rent a bicycle or a tram, or even buy a small tram ticket to explore the vast park. With a nominal entrance fee of just Rs 30 per person, this huge green oasis is divided into a large number of themed areas.

There is a large man-made lake for boating and water sports, surrounded by a beautiful lakeside promenade lined with coconut trees,  butterfly gardens, orchards, wildflower meadows and rose gardens. These are some notable places for nature beauty.

 

Park has a sculpture garden displaying sculptures of legends from the 19th and 20th centuries, a mask garden with a large display of traditional masks, Biswa Bangla Haat  is a supermarket of artworks. authentic art from the cottage industries of West Bengal and Rabi Aranya, a grove dedicated to Rabindranath Tagore's Literary Pieces.

Ecopark's most famous highlight  is the Seven Wonders Park, home to beautiful replicas of the Roman Colosseum, the Great Wall of China, the Rio Christ statue, and other man-made wonders of the world. Some areas are free to enter, while others, such as Seven Wonders Park, require an additional fee.

Day 4, After breakfast visit Dakshineswar Kaali Bari, one of the most revered temples in India. Photography is prohibited inside the temple. Shoes and electronics should be stored in a secure external locker. Built in the Navaratna style, Dakshineswar is an architectural treasure. Commissioned by Rani Rashmoni Devi in ​​1855, the temple is dedicated to her goddess Kali.

Sri Ramakrishna Paramhansa and his wife Sarada Devi lived here. He was a teacher at Swami Vivekananda and  advocated the unity of all religions in this temple.

Post visit time for shopping and then drop at railway station or bus stop , board bus or train to your destination.

Note : This is Just a Proposed itinerary and might change as per various reason like arrival and departure timing, Kolkata industrial visit dates and timings etc

 

Kolkata is a major business, trade and financial center in East India. Kolkata`s role as one in all India`s preeminent monetary centres is rooted in its production industries, its monetary and change activities, and its function as a first-rate port; it's also a first-rate centre for printing, publishing, and newspaper circulation, in addition to for endeavor and entertainment. Among the goods of Kolkata`s hinterland had been coal, iron, manganese, mica, petroleum, tea, and jute. Unemployment, however, has been a persevering with and developing hassle because the 1950s. Kolkata is India's third largest economy after Mumbai and Delhi. Kolkata has a GDP (PPP) of US $ 60,447 million and is home to the Calcutta Stock Exchange, India's oldest stock exchange. Kolkata has many industrial units operated by large public and private companies. Major sectors include steel, heavy industry, mining, minerals, cement, pharmaceuticals, food processing, agriculture, electronics, textiles and jute.

Kolkata is the centre of India`s huge jute-processing enterprise. The jute enterprise become installed withinside the 1870s, and generators now expand north and south of the town centre on each banks of the Hugli River. Engineering constitutes the town`s different important enterprise. In addition, town factories produce and distribute quite a few purchaser goods—substantially foodstuffs, beverages, tobacco, and textiles—different mild manufactures, and chemicals. Kolkata`s industries had been in a popular decline for the reason that Indian independence in 1947. Major elements contributing to this decline had been the lack of the japanese a part of Bengal at independence, an standard decline in Kolkata`s commercial productivity, and the shortage of commercial diversification withinside the town.

List of Major Companies based in Kolkata

  1. ITC Limited

     

  2. ABP Group

     

  3.  CESC Limited

  4. Exide Industries

     

  5. Emami

     

  6. Eveready Industries India

     

  7. Lux Industries

  8. Rupa Company 

  9. Berger Paints

     

  10. Patton International Limited

  11. Birla Corporation

     

  12. Khaitan India Ltd. 

  13. Peerless Group

     

  14. Britannia Industries

     

  15. Jai Balaji group

     

  16.  Shyam Steel Industries Limited

     

  17. Philips India

     

  18. PricewaterhouseCoopers India

     

  19. Tata Global Beverages

     

  20.  Tata Steel

     

  21. Coal India Limited

     

  22.  National Insurance Company

     

  23. Garden Reach Shipbuilders & Engineers

     

  24. Tea Board of India

     

  25.  Geological Survey of India

     

  26.  Zoological Survey of India

  27. Botanical Survey of India

  28. Jute Corporation of India

     

  29. National Test House

     

  30. Hindustan Copper

     

  31. Ordnance Factories Board

     

  32. Indian Ministry of Defence

     

  33. Damodar Valley Corporation

     

  34.  India Govt. Mint

 

The name Kalikata was mentioned in the rent-roll of the Mughal emperor Akbar (reigned 1556–1605) and also in the Manasa-mangal of the Bengali poet Bipradas (1495). The history of Kolkata as a British settlement, known to the British as Calcutta, dates from the establishment of a trading post there by Job Charnock, an agent of the English East India Company, in 1690.

It became India`s capital underneath the British Raj from 1773–1911. Today it`s acknowledged for its grand colonial architecture, artwork galleries and cultural festivals. It`s additionally domestic to Mother House, headquarters of the Missionaries of Charity, based with the aid of using Mother Teresa, whose tomb is on site.

According to the 2011 Indian census, Kolkata is the seventh-maximum populous town in India, with a populace of forty five lakh (4.five million) citizens in the town limits, and a populace of over 1.forty one crore (14.1 million) citizens withinside the Kolkata Metropolitan Area. It is the third-maximum populous metropolitan location in India. In 2021, Kolkata metropolitan location crossed 1.five crore (15 million) registered voters. The Port of Kolkata is India`s oldest working port and its sole essential riverine port. Kolkata is seemed because the Cultural Capital of India.

Kolkata, which was formerly the centre of Indian business, culture, and politics, suffered decades of political unrest and economic stagnation after independence in 1947.
Kolkata's culture is marked by quirks such as uniquely close-knit neighbourhoods (paras) and freestyle talks, despite the city's ethnic diversity (adda).
Tollywood, West Bengal's film industry, and cultural institutions including the Academy of Fine Arts, the Victoria Memorial, the Asiatic Society, the Indian Museum, and the National Library of India are all located in Kolkata.
The Agri Horticultural Society of India, the Geological Survey of India, the Botanical Survey of India, the Calcutta Mathematical Society, the Indian Science Congress Association, the Zoological Survey of India, the Institution of Engineers, the Anthropological Survey of India, and the Indian Science Congress Association are among the scientific institutions in Kolkata.

What is the best way to get to Kolkata?


By Air: The largest hub in eastern India is the Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport, which is located near Dum Dum, some 17 kilometres from the city centre.
The airport serves a wide range of domestic and international destinations, including Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Hyderabad, Guwahati, and Bangalore, as well as overseas destinations including as Bhutan, China, Bangladesh, and Southeast Asia.
AirAsia, Air India, Bhutan Airlines, IndiGo, Vistara, SpiceJet, China Eastern Airlines, Druk Air, GoAir, Emirates, Etihad are some of the major airlines that operate out of Kolkata.

By Rail: Kolkata's two major railway stations, Sealdah and Howrah, are where intercity and interstate trains enter and depart.
Each of these stations receives close to 2 million visitors every day.
The Sealdah Rajdhani Express and the Howrah Rajdhani Express both depart from here towards Delhi.
Apart from the Santragachi Pune Humsafar Express, some of the important trains departing from Howrah include the Howrah-Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminal Duronto Express and the Howrah Mumbai Mail (12321).

By Bus: Within Kolkata and across West Bengal, the West Bengal Transport Corporation (WBTC) maintains a fleet of Volvo AC and non-AC buses.
It has bus depots in Salt Lake, Belghoria, Howrah, Lake Depot, Garia, Maniktala, and Thakurpukur, and was previously known as the Calcutta State Transport Corporation (CSTC).
Kolkata to Asansol, Durgapur to Kolkata, Kolkata to Bolpur, Kolkata to Digha bus, and Durgapur to Kolkata airport are just a few of the major bus routes outside of Kolkata.

 

Best Time to visit Kolkata

 

Best Season in kolkata

Kolkata is best visited in the autumn and winter months, from October and February, when the weather is pleasant and there are many festivals to enjoy. This is the time of year when the most tourists arrive, especially around Durga Puja. Kolkata's climate is tropical in the east, with mild winters and hot, humid summers. Summers are the least appealing seasons for tourists, and monsoons, while beautiful, are not the ideal time to visit.

Kolkata has a hot and humid summer from March to May, with daytime temperatures reaching 40 degrees Celsius and nighttime temperatures dropping to roughly 30 degrees Celsius. The humidity is also really high. Traveling during this time of year may be difficult, especially with the heat and wetness clinging to your skin, making you feel parched.

The Kolkata monsoon months, which run from late June to early September, are influenced by southeasterly monsoon winds. The monsoon in Kolkata floods the city by clogging the sewers, causing pandemonium on the streets and bringing daily life to a halt. The temperature reaches 28 degrees Celsius throughout the day, with heavy humidity, while the evenings cool down to around 20 degrees Celsius. Sightseeing, heritage walks, shopping, street-side eating, park visits, or simply relaxing by the Ganges ghats are all out of the question during this season.

 

 

Industrial Visit to Kolkata

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Cultural capital of India

Kolkata is known not only as the “City of Joy”, but also as the cultural capital of India. The city is known as the birthplace of modern Indian literature and Indian nationalism. In
, the perfect fusion of Western and Indian cultures gave rise to various organizations that contributed to the development of Calcutta’s cultural life.

Kolkata is very rich in traditions, arts and values. The best part is that while you’re on the streets you can see people of all ages discussing cricket, exhibitions, politics and everything else at “Adas”. under the sun. Calcutta has always made a major contribution to the world of literature and art. The city was the birthplace of the British Empire and is known as the home of Rabindranath Tagore and Mother Teresa.

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Kolkata, Bengali Kalikata, former Calcutta, city, capital of West Bengal and former capital of British India (1772–1911). It is one of the largest cities in India and one of the main ports. The city is located on the eastern bank of the Hooghly River, once the main waterway of the Ganges (Ganges), about 154 km upstream from the source of the Bay of Bengal. Here, port cities developed as transshipment points for goods from water to land and from rivers to sea. A city of commerce, transportation and manufacturing, Kolkata is the dominant urban center of eastern India.

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This large and vibrant Indian city thrives amid seemingly insurmountable economic, social and political challenges. Citizens show great joy in life, manifested by a high level of intellectual vitality and political consciousness, as well as a preoccupation with the arts and culture. Calcutta’s book fairs, art exhibitions and concerts bustle with crowds and lively debates on the walls earned Calcutta the nickname ‘City of Posters’.

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