The Top 5 Places to Visit in Goa with Familie

India’s Goa state is incredibly picturesque and has long been a popular travel destination. In this post, the top 5 family-friendly destinations in Goa are discussed. The Dudhsagar waterfalls are ranked number one on our list of the top 5 family-friendly destinations in Goa. One of Goa’s most breathtaking sites is the Dudhsagar Waterfalls, which are close to the border between Karnataka and Goa. The second location on this list is the Netravali Wildlife Sanctuary, which is a well-liked vacation spot for people who enjoy bird watching, the outdoors, and animals. Rare and endangered plants and animals have a safe shelter at the sanctuary. The Malabar Pied Hornbill, the Lion-tailed Macaque, and the Indian Giant Squirrel are just a few of the endangered species that may be found in the sanctuary. A variety of waterfalls, including the Dudhsagar Falls, one of India’s tallest waterfalls, may be found within the sanctuary. Palolem Beach, located in the South of Goa, India which has been rated as one of the top beaches in India by TripAdvisor, comes in third on this list. The beach has a long white sand shore and clear blue waters. The calm waves make it ideal for swimming, surfing, and other water sports activities. Palolem Beach also has some shacks which offer food, drinks and other amenities to tourists. The Basilica Church, which is ranked number four on this list, was initially constructed by Portuguese explorers as an act of gratitude for their safe passage from Portugal to India. he penultimate location on this list is Aguada Fort, which was created by Portuguese explorer Vasco da Gama as a token of appreciation for the secure journey they had on their trip to India.


COLLEGE STREET College Street (Bengali: কলেজ স্ট্রীট) is a -1.5 km long street in central Kolkata in the Indian state of West Bengal. The road stretches approximately from Mahatma Gandhi Crossing to Ganesh Chandra Avenue in Bowbazar; it has derived its name from the presence of many colleges, institutions, and housing. Indian Coffee House, a café that has been a meeting point for different intellectuals of the society where art, culture, politics, and literature were being discussed and debated for long periods. But besides all this college street is famous for Book Stores. Innumerable numbers of small and big bookstores enthralled the entire length and breadth of the area, giving it the nickname of BoiPara( the Colony of Books). Many book kiosks sell out new and old books; along with it the top-notch of the Bengali Publication Industry- Ananda Publishers, Deys Publishing, Rupa, and Co. Mitra & Ghosh- has eked out a memorable portion of the entire canvas. It is the largest second-hand book market in the World and the largest book market in India and collectively boasts of a collection of almost any title ever sold at Kolkata. PARK STREET “The street that never sleeps” or “the food street” is the other pseudonyms of the famous Park Street, one of the most important hubs of the “City OF Joy”. Although it might have lost its glitz and glamour as in the various pockets of the Metro, new hubs of getting entertained have ruptured; but park Street still holds an important Hall of Fame in the good book of every globe trotters who step out into the City. Formerly known as the Mother Teresa Sarani, and still, earlier Burial ground Road was earlier a street that runs through the Deer park of Sir Elijah Impey, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court in Kolkata from 1773 to 1789. St. Xaviers Collge, Asiatic Society, Assembly of God Church school, ‘Park Plaza’ Office, Queen’s Mansion, Park Mansions, housing both Kolkata Goethe-Institut/Max Mueller Bhavan Kolkata and Alliance Française du Bengale, The Park Hotel are some of the notable structures, institutions, and remnants of British Raj architectural heritage that enthralls the area. The place is being adorable decorated during the time of Christmas, Diwali, and New year still now and people from various corners of the State gather over there to get cherished. BALLYGUNGE CIRCULAR ROAD Renamed as Pramotesh Barua Sarani, the doyen and legendary icon of Bengali Cinema is one of the most crucial roads of South Kolkata. It starts near Ballygunge Science College, then passing through landmarks like Tripura House, St. Lawrence High School, before meeting Gurusaday Dutta Road. A large military camp, also known as the Ballygunge maiden Camp is located on the North-Western stretch of the road. The place is also been the residents of famous personalities Like—Suchitra Sen, Aswika Kapoor, – the only Green Oscar holder from the part of the subcontinent, and the recent critically acclaimed Director Aditya Vikram Sengupta, who’s “Asa Jaowar Majhe” has been a notable film of the present decade. The place also has some renowned food shops, which delight the taste buds of Food connoisseurs across all ages. LINDSAY STREET Named after the famous British Officer Robert Lindsay, the name of Lindsay street is synonymous with New Market and its adjoining areas. Although most of the inhabitants of the “ City of Joy” known the road by its earlier name, it been recently named as the Neli Sengupta Sarani- to honor the English lady Neil gray, who after coming in touch with Jyotindramohan Sengupta, became so much impressed with India’s culture and struggle for freedom – who was also put behind the bars by the British Raj. In the eras of the ’80s and ’90s when Kolkata was not infested with the sprouting of Shopping Malls, the taste of Foreign Brands, Lindsay street served as the mediator in bringing forth an entirely new gamut of class iconoclasm. It will always be remembered as the road that harbors some famous iconic structures like the New Market, Globe cinema Hall, New empire among others. The place also boasts of being the torchbearer of showing two films back to back in the year 1922, when Lumier Brothers first stepped into the city, with the new Magic, which is known as “Cinema”. Although the New Market area might have lost its past glory of glitz, glamor, and the decaying din and bustle; but it still holds an Immortal identification which will be carried over for years to come. MIRZA GHALIB STREET A street of multilayered, multi-cultural, and cosmopolitanism is what can be termed of Ghalib street. That was formerly known as the Free School Street, which connects the Surendranath Banerjee Road( janbazaar) with Park street. Antique shops, Mughal cuisines, old book stores –the place has a feel which is very much Unique in its aura. The famous Urdu poet, Mirga Ghalib sahib, showed the interest of residing over here when he came up to the City in the year 1828, February 20th- an arduous journey which he took upon to settle down some of the disputes with his pension papers- was intoxicated with the flavor and spirit of the City. Though a Kaleidoscopic vision of the present look and feel of the Mirza Ghalib Street it appears to be crammed with shops of all kinds, housed in all sorts of structures- few historical in its look, a couple recently built, all in a desperate need of sprucing up. It might be treated to a person who is coming down from the Middle-East with the shabby, dilapidated look of the Sadder Street SHAKESPEARE SARANI Earlier named as the Theatre road, Shakespeare Sarani came into formation in the year 1964 to commemorate the fourth birth centenary of the legendary playwright Willam Shakespeare. It is considered to be one of the busiest roads of the “City of Joy”, where very many commercial establishments, shops, business enclaves, and also the first AC shopping mall of the metro came into existence. CHOWRONGHEE ROAD

Gorgeous palaces and zamindar mansions near Santiniketan

For every Bengali, Santiniketan is the closest place. By Santiniketan, we mean Visva-Bharati, Sonajhuri, Khowai, Kopai Nadi, Baul Gaan, and other such institutions. Beyond that, there are several stunningly gorgeous areas near Bolpur that many of us are unaware of. Several gorgeous palaces and zamindar mansions that are close to Santiniketan but that few people know about.   Rajbari of Hetampur will be ranked first. Many people have probably seen the Feluda series film “Gonsaipur Sargaram.” This palace was used for the filming of that film. Rajbari has now been converted into a B.ED. institution, but its beauty has not been compromised.     image from Internet Source   The Raipur Rajbari will be ranked second. This now-decrepit palace served as the setting for the film ” যেখানে ভূতের ভয় “. Visiting this palace is quite terrifying.   image from Internet Source   At number three is the zamindar bari in Surul. The Bengali movie “বাঁশিওয়ালা” was shot in this Zamindar house, this Zamindar house is worth seeing. To the right of the house are the 500-year-old Deul Shiva Temple, the Terracotta Vishnu Temple, and the Durga Building.   image from Internet Source