Did you Know? For EIC, Kolkata was the second most important city
That was Calcutta, after all! During the British Raj, India was a raging hub of all cultures, trade, flourishing cultures, and people. Calcutta, the then-capital of EIC India, is said to have been the second most important city in British colonies around the world after London. Here, major universities, economic industries, and other major institutions were built.
Even when written upside down or with a mirror image, none of the Hindi alphabets create an illusion.
Due to its propensity to cause harm, THE POPULAR MARCHING BAND ""TROMBONE SUICIDE"" ROUTINE IS SO-CALLED.