A dilapidated building now, this used to be the seat of the finance ministry and was recently saved from demolishen.
Thats the symbol of the city and Kolkata is famous for that. Entry fees is more for international travellers and less for domestic travellers.
At the entrance of the Dakshineswar Kali Temple are a lot of stalls selling attributes for the worshipping. It's a very colourful to see.
Under the giant Ficus is a paved road all around. I never had such a long walk, just under one tree.
When you go round, you have a good sight at the many air-roots, reaching the soil at many places.
A lot of people came to the Dakshineswar Kali Temple fot worshipping in the 12 temples dedicated to Lord Shiva.
Many Families visit the Botanical Garden.
Some people take their chance for a bath in the Holy Ganges, allthough there are signs ''Bathing forbidden''
Hike around the town. There are so many great sites to see (monateries and Tibetan refugee centers) and so many amazing views.