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Aronnyok_by_Shraboni A lifestyle boutique which reproduces motifs from nature in a modern way. Also follow me @bonnie_1708 Aronnyok on Etsy : aronnyok.etsy.com

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  • দশমীর দিন যখন সবাই কে বিজয়ার শুভেচ্ছা পাঠাব ভাবছি হঠাৎ ফোনে টুং টাং শব্দ করে একটা মেসেজ ঢুকলো, whatsapp এ, খুলে দেখলাম সুতৃষ্ণা একটা মেসেজ পাঠিয়েছে, একরাশ শিউলি ফুল আর তার সাথে লেখা, 'আমাদের গাছের. এই কুড়িয়ে আনলাম. তোমার জন্য পাঠালাম. '  আমার বিজয়া শুরু হল. 
এইটুকুতেই একরাশ পাওয়া, শুধু এই জন্যই তো বেঁচে থাকা... কাজ করা... অনেক আদর... সবার আগামী বছর এই ফুলের মতন সুন্দর কাটুক <3

বলা দরকার আমার কিন্তু আজ অবধি  সুতৃষ্ণার সাথে সামনা সামনি দেখা হয়নি, কিন্তু কিছু সম্পর্ক হয়তো এরকমই হয়, আত্মার যোগাযোগ. .
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On the day of 'dashami' when I was contemplating sending messages of 'shubho bijoya' to everyone, a message came in my whatsapp, opening it I saw this picture sent by Sutrishna with a message saying these flowers are from her garden, she just picked them up and have sent them to me.  My 'bijoy' started from that moment. 
These are the moments that make a difference forever,  moments like this make life so beautiful and make hard work worth it. 
May the year ahead be as beautiful as these flowers for each one of you <3

P. S. - I have never met Sutrishna in person yet,  but some relations grow beyond this when souls connect.
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#aronnyok
  • দশমীর দিন যখন সবাই কে বিজয়ার শুভেচ্ছা পাঠাব ভাবছি হঠাৎ ফোনে টুং টাং শব্দ করে একটা মেসেজ ঢুকলো, whatsapp এ, খুলে দেখলাম সুতৃষ্ণা একটা মেসেজ পাঠিয়েছে, একরাশ শিউলি ফুল আর তার সাথে লেখা, 'আমাদের গাছের. এই কুড়িয়ে আনলাম. তোমার জন্য পাঠালাম. ' আমার বিজয়া শুরু হল.
    এইটুকুতেই একরাশ পাওয়া, শুধু এই জন্যই তো বেঁচে থাকা... কাজ করা... অনেক আদর... সবার আগামী বছর এই ফুলের মতন সুন্দর কাটুক <3

    বলা দরকার আমার কিন্তু আজ অবধি সুতৃষ্ণার সাথে সামনা সামনি দেখা হয়নি, কিন্তু কিছু সম্পর্ক হয়তো এরকমই হয়, আত্মার যোগাযোগ. .
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    On the day of 'dashami' when I was contemplating sending messages of 'shubho bijoya' to everyone, a message came in my whatsapp, opening it I saw this picture sent by Sutrishna with a message saying these flowers are from her garden, she just picked them up and have sent them to me. My 'bijoy' started from that moment.
    These are the moments that make a difference forever, moments like this make life so beautiful and make hard work worth it.
    May the year ahead be as beautiful as these flowers for each one of you <3

    P. S. - I have never met Sutrishna in person yet, but some relations grow beyond this when souls connect.
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    #aronnyok
  • 21 0 7 hours ago
  • নয়নতারা ও পুরোনো মন্দির. . . . 
Nayantara and old relics. . . . 
#aronnyok
  • নয়নতারা ও পুরোনো মন্দির. . . .
    Nayantara and old relics. . . .
    #aronnyok
  • 40 0 9 October, 2019
  • This #pujo,  go natural,  let the greys remain grey. 
Happy Ashtami !!
  • This #pujo , go natural, let the greys remain grey.
    Happy Ashtami !!
  • 31 0 6 October, 2019
  • পুজো সবার খুব ভালো কাটুক !
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Happy #pujo to all !!
#aronnyok
  • পুজো সবার খুব ভালো কাটুক !
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    Happy #pujo to all !!
    #aronnyok
  • 25 0 3 October, 2019
  • Some dresses.  If you think it is difficult to wear a saree and go about the whole day pandal hopping or touring the special 'pujos', dresses like this can be your refuge... they are light,  smart,  trendy,  and eco friendly... aren't they perfect for a puja day?? For details please feel free to INBOX or WHATSAPP at 9830263128.

#aronnyok
  • Some dresses. If you think it is difficult to wear a saree and go about the whole day pandal hopping or touring the special 'pujos', dresses like this can be your refuge... they are light, smart, trendy, and eco friendly... aren't they perfect for a puja day?? For details please feel free to INBOX or WHATSAPP at 9830263128.

    #aronnyok
  • 30 0 1 October, 2019
  • Some dresses.  If you think it is difficult to wear a saree and go about the whole day pandal hopping or touring the special 'pujos', dresses like this can be your refuge... they are light,  smart,  trendy,  and eco friendly... aren't they perfect for a puja day?? For details please feel free to DM or WHATSAPP at 9830263128.

#aronnyok
  • Some dresses. If you think it is difficult to wear a saree and go about the whole day pandal hopping or touring the special 'pujos', dresses like this can be your refuge... they are light, smart, trendy, and eco friendly... aren't they perfect for a puja day?? For details please feel free to DM or WHATSAPP at 9830263128.

    #aronnyok
  • 37 0 30 September, 2019
  • !! S  O  L  D !! FOR THE LOVE OF KOLKATA !! #kolkataseries 
Last but not the least,  we visited Birendra Krishna Bhadra's house, his house... the alley... we had to visit as he is related to each and every Bengali's soul no matter where they live... he is a legend no doubt,  but above all he is an emotion. 
He was born in 1905,  in Ahiritola, to Kali Krishna Bhadra,  a well known linguist,  who had bern awarded the title 'Roy Bahadur' in 1927,  and Sarala Bala Devi,  daughter of the then police court lawyer Kalicharan Ghosh.  Birendra Krishna Bhadra was a poet,  writer,  playwriter and director, editor... he was a multi-faceted person, he joined All India Radio in 1928 and became the lead vocal of Pankaj Kumar Mallik's ' Mahishasur Mardini'. Mahishasura Mardini without which pujo will be incomplete is the famous 90-minute musical piece which was composed in 1931 under the direction of Pankaj Kumar Mullick,  the script by Bani Kumar is a combination of a narration,  hymns,  and Bengali devotional songs on the creation of goddess Durga to kill the demon king Mahishasura. For several years Mahishasura was played live with well known artistes including Manabendra Mukhopadhyay,  Arati Mukhopadhyay,  Supriti Ghosh,  Bimal Bhusan,  Utpala Sen,  Tarun Banerjee,  Shyamal Mitra,  Sandhya Mukhopadhyay, Sumitra Sen,  Ashima Bhattacharya,  Shipra Bose and Pankaj Mallik.  It was only recorded in 1966,  after which the recorded version was played everywhere. 
All India Radio, Kolkata,  has tried several times with different voices,  one of it was by noted actor Uttam Kumar in 1976,  but none of it managed to create the magic woven by Bhadra.  The legend passed away on November 3,  1991,  at the age of 86,  leaving us the legacy of his unmatched, haunting voice that continues to mark the beginning of Pujo in Bengali households on the day of Mahalaya. 
Saree : khesh-mulmul,  a weave from Birbhum,  Bengal and 'shiuli' embroidered on it. 
Feel free to INBOX  or WHATSAPP at 9830263128

In frame : Amrita Sengupta 
Framed by : Pratik Mondal

SHUBHO MAHALAYA !!
  • !! S O L D !! FOR THE LOVE OF KOLKATA !! #kolkataseries
    Last but not the least, we visited Birendra Krishna Bhadra's house, his house... the alley... we had to visit as he is related to each and every Bengali's soul no matter where they live... he is a legend no doubt, but above all he is an emotion.
    He was born in 1905, in Ahiritola, to Kali Krishna Bhadra, a well known linguist, who had bern awarded the title 'Roy Bahadur' in 1927, and Sarala Bala Devi, daughter of the then police court lawyer Kalicharan Ghosh. Birendra Krishna Bhadra was a poet, writer, playwriter and director, editor... he was a multi-faceted person, he joined All India Radio in 1928 and became the lead vocal of Pankaj Kumar Mallik's ' Mahishasur Mardini'. Mahishasura Mardini without which pujo will be incomplete is the famous 90-minute musical piece which was composed in 1931 under the direction of Pankaj Kumar Mullick, the script by Bani Kumar is a combination of a narration, hymns, and Bengali devotional songs on the creation of goddess Durga to kill the demon king Mahishasura. For several years Mahishasura was played live with well known artistes including Manabendra Mukhopadhyay, Arati Mukhopadhyay, Supriti Ghosh, Bimal Bhusan, Utpala Sen, Tarun Banerjee, Shyamal Mitra, Sandhya Mukhopadhyay, Sumitra Sen, Ashima Bhattacharya, Shipra Bose and Pankaj Mallik. It was only recorded in 1966, after which the recorded version was played everywhere.
    All India Radio, Kolkata, has tried several times with different voices, one of it was by noted actor Uttam Kumar in 1976, but none of it managed to create the magic woven by Bhadra. The legend passed away on November 3, 1991, at the age of 86, leaving us the legacy of his unmatched, haunting voice that continues to mark the beginning of Pujo in Bengali households on the day of Mahalaya.
    Saree : khesh-mulmul, a weave from Birbhum, Bengal and 'shiuli' embroidered on it.
    Feel free to INBOX or WHATSAPP at 9830263128

    In frame : Amrita Sengupta
    Framed by : Pratik Mondal

    SHUBHO MAHALAYA !!
  • 40 0 28 September, 2019
  • FOR THE LOVE OF KOLKATA !! #kolkataseries 
Kolkata is also a name of emotions,  many emotions... it is those emotions, those lagacies, those memories, those stories that make Kolkata what it is... a city of joy ! 'Putiram' is one such emotion,  having breakfast at Putiram was something to look forward to,  it still is... like Putiram there are many more eateries which has their speciality and which make them a must visit.... Putiram is famous for its 'misti-daal' and 'kochuri'. 'Bonedi Bari' and their 'pujos' are a special attraction of Kolkata's pujo.  These houses have a charm of their own.... 'thakur dalan', 'jharbati', 'barir bhog', 'ek chalar thakur'... all these and many more is an experience if you have not yet visited a 'bonedi barir pujo'. Plan to visit one or many more such 'barir pujo' this year if you are yet to experience them. 
All these emotions make our Kolkata !

Saree : geometric block print on gachi tussar with blouse piece. 
Feel free to INBOX or WHATSAPP at 9830263128 for any details. 
In frame : Amrita Sengupta 
Framed by : Pratik Mondal

#aronnyok
  • FOR THE LOVE OF KOLKATA !! #kolkataseries
    Kolkata is also a name of emotions, many emotions... it is those emotions, those lagacies, those memories, those stories that make Kolkata what it is... a city of joy ! 'Putiram' is one such emotion, having breakfast at Putiram was something to look forward to, it still is... like Putiram there are many more eateries which has their speciality and which make them a must visit.... Putiram is famous for its 'misti-daal' and 'kochuri'. 'Bonedi Bari' and their 'pujos' are a special attraction of Kolkata's pujo. These houses have a charm of their own.... 'thakur dalan', 'jharbati', 'barir bhog', 'ek chalar thakur'... all these and many more is an experience if you have not yet visited a 'bonedi barir pujo'. Plan to visit one or many more such 'barir pujo' this year if you are yet to experience them.
    All these emotions make our Kolkata !

    Saree : geometric block print on gachi tussar with blouse piece.
    Feel free to INBOX or WHATSAPP at 9830263128 for any details.
    In frame : Amrita Sengupta
    Framed by : Pratik Mondal

    #aronnyok
  • 28 0 28 September, 2019
  • FOR THE LOVE OF KOLKATA !! #kolkataseries 
Today we visit the alleys of kolkata where the Chinese community has been living for centuries.  They are an integral part of kolkata's society and culture,  food and aesthetics.  They have contributed in their own way in enriching Kolkata's socio-economic development. 
In the 1840's,  world experienced many unrestricted immigrations of Chinese population. During each historical period there was continuous socio-economic adaptation and community development which affected the quality of preservation of Chinese identity. Emphasis has been made specifically on Kolkata Chinese community as it is an immigrant enclave community which is intrinsically linked with the larger society.  The fight for survival in the various challenging situations had led them to segregate from the common social  mosaic. 
The Chinese in Kolkata offering an indespensible part of the city's cultural mosaic and without this story of Chinese community in Kolkata some of the spice would be taken out of the experience of living here.  This diverse society in Kolkata has given birth to different subgroups of Chinese like Hakkas,  Cantonese,  Hubinese,  Shandongs etc.  Theyengaged as shoe sellers,  dentists,  and some of them have restaurants since 19th century. Man pulled rickshaws, unique in India and a part of Kolkata's life,  were brought to the city by the Chinese. Moreover the Chinese-Indian food that was invented by the Chinese immigrants and their descendants that everyone in the city seems to savor still now were the most gratifying pleasure of kolkatans have ever had. 
Saree : linen shibori with weaved silver  border and embroidered floral motifs all over the saree.  It has a blouse piece with it. 
Feel free to INBOX  or WHATSAPP at 9830263128 for any queries. 
In frame : Amrita Sengupta 
Framed by : Pratik Mondal 
#aronnyok
  • FOR THE LOVE OF KOLKATA !! #kolkataseries
    Today we visit the alleys of kolkata where the Chinese community has been living for centuries. They are an integral part of kolkata's society and culture, food and aesthetics. They have contributed in their own way in enriching Kolkata's socio-economic development.
    In the 1840's, world experienced many unrestricted immigrations of Chinese population. During each historical period there was continuous socio-economic adaptation and community development which affected the quality of preservation of Chinese identity. Emphasis has been made specifically on Kolkata Chinese community as it is an immigrant enclave community which is intrinsically linked with the larger society. The fight for survival in the various challenging situations had led them to segregate from the common social mosaic.
    The Chinese in Kolkata offering an indespensible part of the city's cultural mosaic and without this story of Chinese community in Kolkata some of the spice would be taken out of the experience of living here. This diverse society in Kolkata has given birth to different subgroups of Chinese like Hakkas, Cantonese, Hubinese, Shandongs etc. Theyengaged as shoe sellers, dentists, and some of them have restaurants since 19th century. Man pulled rickshaws, unique in India and a part of Kolkata's life, were brought to the city by the Chinese. Moreover the Chinese-Indian food that was invented by the Chinese immigrants and their descendants that everyone in the city seems to savor still now were the most gratifying pleasure of kolkatans have ever had.
    Saree : linen shibori with weaved silver border and embroidered floral motifs all over the saree. It has a blouse piece with it.
    Feel free to INBOX or WHATSAPP at 9830263128 for any queries.
    In frame : Amrita Sengupta
    Framed by : Pratik Mondal
    #aronnyok
  • 27 0 26 September, 2019
  • FOR THE LOVE OF KOLKATA !! #kolkataseries 
That iconic writer's building.  It is an identity of Kolkata. 
The Writer's Building, often shortened to just Writer's, is the secretariat building of the State Government of West Bengal in India.  It is located in West Bengal's capital city of Kolkata.  The 150-meter long building covers the entire northern stretch of the iconic Lal Dighi pond in the downtown area of B. B. D. Bagh. It originally served as the principal administrative office for writers ( junior clerks) of the British East India Company.  Designed by Thomas Lyon in 1777,  the writer's building housed the office of the Chief Minister of West Bengal until October 2013. The majority of government departments were subsequently moved out to another building named Nabanna in Howrah on a temporary basis for facilitating renovation.  The building has been called a mini-township of sorts with a built up area of around 550, 000 square feet.  Before the shifting of the state secretariat,  the building housed 34 departments and other offices of the state government,  with approximately 6, 000 employees. 
You will see this beautiful red building as soon as you enter Kolkata through Howrah. 
Saree : linen jamdani.  Half saree is weaved in gold on linen.  It has a blouse piece. 
Feel free to INBOX or WHATSAPP at 9830263128 for any details. 
In frame : Amrita Sengupta 
Framed by : Pratik Mondal

#aronnyok
  • FOR THE LOVE OF KOLKATA !! #kolkataseries
    That iconic writer's building. It is an identity of Kolkata.
    The Writer's Building, often shortened to just Writer's, is the secretariat building of the State Government of West Bengal in India. It is located in West Bengal's capital city of Kolkata. The 150-meter long building covers the entire northern stretch of the iconic Lal Dighi pond in the downtown area of B. B. D. Bagh. It originally served as the principal administrative office for writers ( junior clerks) of the British East India Company. Designed by Thomas Lyon in 1777, the writer's building housed the office of the Chief Minister of West Bengal until October 2013. The majority of government departments were subsequently moved out to another building named Nabanna in Howrah on a temporary basis for facilitating renovation. The building has been called a mini-township of sorts with a built up area of around 550, 000 square feet. Before the shifting of the state secretariat, the building housed 34 departments and other offices of the state government, with approximately 6, 000 employees.
    You will see this beautiful red building as soon as you enter Kolkata through Howrah.
    Saree : linen jamdani. Half saree is weaved in gold on linen. It has a blouse piece.
    Feel free to INBOX or WHATSAPP at 9830263128 for any details.
    In frame : Amrita Sengupta
    Framed by : Pratik Mondal

    #aronnyok
  • 31 0 26 September, 2019
  • !! S  O  L  D !! FOR THE LOVE OF KOLKATA !! #kolkataseries 
The Indian Museum in Kolkata, also referred as the Imperial Museum at Calcutta in British India era is the largest and the oldest museum in India and has rare collections of antiques, armour and ornanents, fossils, skeletons, mummies and Mughal paintings of 1600ce.  The founder curator was Nathaniel Wallich,  a Danish botanist. 
The Indian Museum originated from the Asiatic Society of Bengal which was created by Sir William Jones in 1784. The concept of having a museum arose in 1796 from members of the Asiatic Society as a place where man-made and natural objects could be collected,  cared for and displayed.  The objective began to look achievable in 1808 when the society was offered suitable accomodation by the Government of India in the Chowringhee-Park Street area.  In February 3,  1814,  Nathaniel Wallich,  a Danish botanist,  who had been captured in the siege of Serampore but later released, wrote a letter supporting the formation of a museum in Calcutta which he said should have two sections : an archeological and technical section and a geological and zoological one.  The museum was created, with Wallich named the Honorary Curator and then Superintendent of the Oriental Museum of the Asiatic Society.  Wallich also donated a number of specimens to the museum from his personal collection. 
The museum is a must visit if you are in Kolkata. 
Saree : hand batik in floral motif on pure silk with blouse piece. 
Feel free to INBOX or WHATSAPP at 9830263128 for queries. 
In frame : Amrita Sengupta 
Framed by : Pratik Mondal

#aronnyok
  • !! S O L D !! FOR THE LOVE OF KOLKATA !! #kolkataseries
    The Indian Museum in Kolkata, also referred as the Imperial Museum at Calcutta in British India era is the largest and the oldest museum in India and has rare collections of antiques, armour and ornanents, fossils, skeletons, mummies and Mughal paintings of 1600ce. The founder curator was Nathaniel Wallich, a Danish botanist.
    The Indian Museum originated from the Asiatic Society of Bengal which was created by Sir William Jones in 1784. The concept of having a museum arose in 1796 from members of the Asiatic Society as a place where man-made and natural objects could be collected, cared for and displayed. The objective began to look achievable in 1808 when the society was offered suitable accomodation by the Government of India in the Chowringhee-Park Street area. In February 3, 1814, Nathaniel Wallich, a Danish botanist, who had been captured in the siege of Serampore but later released, wrote a letter supporting the formation of a museum in Calcutta which he said should have two sections : an archeological and technical section and a geological and zoological one. The museum was created, with Wallich named the Honorary Curator and then Superintendent of the Oriental Museum of the Asiatic Society. Wallich also donated a number of specimens to the museum from his personal collection.
    The museum is a must visit if you are in Kolkata.
    Saree : hand batik in floral motif on pure silk with blouse piece.
    Feel free to INBOX or WHATSAPP at 9830263128 for queries.
    In frame : Amrita Sengupta
    Framed by : Pratik Mondal

    #aronnyok
  • 22 0 26 September, 2019
  • FOR THE LOVE OF KOLKATA !! #kolkataseries 
Victoria Memorial lies on the Maidan by the bank of the Hooghly River.  It was built between 1906 and 1921 in the memory of Queen Victoria and is now a tourist destination and a museum under Ministry of Culture.  It is a beauty that greets you as you enter Kolkata. It is an identity of Kolkata. 
In January 1901,  on the death of Queen Victoria,  The 1st Baron Curzon of Kedleston,  the then Viceroy of India,  suggested the creation of a fitting memorial.  Lord Curzon proposed the construction of a grand building with a museum and gardens. The Prince of Wales,  later King George V, laid the foundation stone on 4 January 1906,  and it was formally opened to the public in 1921. In 1921,  before the construction of the Victoria Memorial was finished, King George V announced the transfer of the capital of India from Calcutta to New Delhi.  Thus,  it was built in what would be a provincial city rather than a capital.  The Victoria Memorial was funded by Indian states,  individuals of the British Raj and the British government in London. The princes and people of India responded generously to Lord Curzon's appeal for funds,  and the total cost of construction of the monument,  amounting to one crore, five lakhs of rupees,  was entirely derived from their voluntary subscriptions. 
The construction was delayed due to Curzon's departure from India in 1905. Its foundation stone was set in 1906 and the building opened in 1921. After 1947,  when India gained independence,  additions were made. 
Saree : khadi weaved cotton with blouse piece. 
For queries feel free to INBOX or WHATSAPP at 9830263128.

In frame : Amrita Sengupta 
Framed by : Pratik Mondal

#aronnyok
  • FOR THE LOVE OF KOLKATA !! #kolkataseries
    Victoria Memorial lies on the Maidan by the bank of the Hooghly River. It was built between 1906 and 1921 in the memory of Queen Victoria and is now a tourist destination and a museum under Ministry of Culture. It is a beauty that greets you as you enter Kolkata. It is an identity of Kolkata.
    In January 1901, on the death of Queen Victoria, The 1st Baron Curzon of Kedleston, the then Viceroy of India, suggested the creation of a fitting memorial. Lord Curzon proposed the construction of a grand building with a museum and gardens. The Prince of Wales, later King George V, laid the foundation stone on 4 January 1906, and it was formally opened to the public in 1921. In 1921, before the construction of the Victoria Memorial was finished, King George V announced the transfer of the capital of India from Calcutta to New Delhi. Thus, it was built in what would be a provincial city rather than a capital. The Victoria Memorial was funded by Indian states, individuals of the British Raj and the British government in London. The princes and people of India responded generously to Lord Curzon's appeal for funds, and the total cost of construction of the monument, amounting to one crore, five lakhs of rupees, was entirely derived from their voluntary subscriptions.
    The construction was delayed due to Curzon's departure from India in 1905. Its foundation stone was set in 1906 and the building opened in 1921. After 1947, when India gained independence, additions were made.
    Saree : khadi weaved cotton with blouse piece.
    For queries feel free to INBOX or WHATSAPP at 9830263128.

    In frame : Amrita Sengupta
    Framed by : Pratik Mondal

    #aronnyok
  • 27 0 26 September, 2019
  • FOR THE LOVE OF KOLKATA !! #kolkataseries 
The fourth in this series in Maidan,  oxygen of Kolkata. It is opposite For William and has Eden Gardens,  Victoria Memorial in its vicinity.  The vast space of greenery is eye soothing and a blessing of your lungs.  You would love to visit Maidan early in the mornings,  it will give you enough energy and oxygen to sustain the whole week.  The horses roaming about,  the kids playing,  morning walkers,  trams going by it.... a place which can lift your mood instantly and bring a broad smile.  It is a must visit place in Kolkata. 
Saree : matka weaved in floral motif.  The flowers in multi coloured are weaved with silver zari.  It comes with a blouse piece. 
In frame : Amrita Sengupta 
Framed by : @pratikmondalphotography

#aronnyok
  • FOR THE LOVE OF KOLKATA !! #kolkataseries
    The fourth in this series in Maidan, oxygen of Kolkata. It is opposite For William and has Eden Gardens, Victoria Memorial in its vicinity. The vast space of greenery is eye soothing and a blessing of your lungs. You would love to visit Maidan early in the mornings, it will give you enough energy and oxygen to sustain the whole week. The horses roaming about, the kids playing, morning walkers, trams going by it.... a place which can lift your mood instantly and bring a broad smile. It is a must visit place in Kolkata.
    Saree : matka weaved in floral motif. The flowers in multi coloured are weaved with silver zari. It comes with a blouse piece.
    In frame : Amrita Sengupta
    Framed by : @pratikmondalphotography

    #aronnyok
  • 27 0 22 September, 2019
  • Madhumita and Ananya is acid paint #tussars from #aronnyok.  How pretty they look !! These pictures made my day and brought a big big smile and made my pre #puja days so much more colourful.  Big big hugs to you ladies <3
  • Madhumita and Ananya is acid paint #tussars from #aronnyok . How pretty they look !! These pictures made my day and brought a big big smile and made my pre #puja days so much more colourful. Big big hugs to you ladies <3
  • 24 0 22 September, 2019
  • !! S  O  L  D !! FOR THE LOVE OF KOLKATA !! #kolkataseries
Third location,  we explore GPO. General Post Office,  kolkata,  is the cental post office of the city of kolkata, India, and the chief post office of West Bengal.  The post office handles most of the city's inbound and outbound mail and parcels.  Situated in the B.B.D. Bagh area,  the imposing structure of the GPO is one of the landmarks in the city.  The site where the GPO is located was actually the site of the first Fort William. An alley beside the post office was the site of the guardhouse that housed the infamous 1756 Black hole of Calcutta.  The GPO was designed in 1864 by Walter B Grenville (1819-1874), who acted as consulting architect to the government of India from 1863 to 1868. 
The staircase at the eastern side of the GPO features a brass plate, which marks the eastern end of the old Fort William. This is probably the only remaining of the ancient fort of Calcutta. Recently a marble plaque has been installed on the Eastern walls of the GPO, which highlight the Brass Plate.  To the north of the GPO is the kolkata collectorate, which was once the office of the regional 'Collector', a designation invented by the British government after 1857 to replace the traditional zamindars. 
We also covered St.  Andrews Church,  whose history we will discuss some other day. 
Saree : Bhagalpur tussar with blouse piece. 
For any queries feel free to INBOX or WHATSAPP at 9830263128.

In frame : Amrita Sengupta 
Framed by : @pratikmondalphotography

#aronnyok
  • !! S O L D !! FOR THE LOVE OF KOLKATA !! #kolkataseries
    Third location, we explore GPO. General Post Office, kolkata, is the cental post office of the city of kolkata, India, and the chief post office of West Bengal. The post office handles most of the city's inbound and outbound mail and parcels. Situated in the B.B.D. Bagh area, the imposing structure of the GPO is one of the landmarks in the city. The site where the GPO is located was actually the site of the first Fort William. An alley beside the post office was the site of the guardhouse that housed the infamous 1756 Black hole of Calcutta. The GPO was designed in 1864 by Walter B Grenville (1819-1874), who acted as consulting architect to the government of India from 1863 to 1868.
    The staircase at the eastern side of the GPO features a brass plate, which marks the eastern end of the old Fort William. This is probably the only remaining of the ancient fort of Calcutta. Recently a marble plaque has been installed on the Eastern walls of the GPO, which highlight the Brass Plate. To the north of the GPO is the kolkata collectorate, which was once the office of the regional 'Collector', a designation invented by the British government after 1857 to replace the traditional zamindars.
    We also covered St. Andrews Church, whose history we will discuss some other day.
    Saree : Bhagalpur tussar with blouse piece.
    For any queries feel free to INBOX or WHATSAPP at 9830263128.

    In frame : Amrita Sengupta
    Framed by : @pratikmondalphotography

    #aronnyok
  • 23 0 21 September, 2019
  • !! S  O  L  D !! This #yellow #palazzo set is perfect for pandal hopping in the mornings.  Isn't it? 
Only the palazzo set is available,  you can team it up with any contrast #dupatta. 
#aronnyok
  • !! S O L D !! This #yellow #palazzo set is perfect for pandal hopping in the mornings. Isn't it?
    Only the palazzo set is available, you can team it up with any contrast #dupatta .
    #aronnyok
  • 45 0 21 September, 2019