Adda and Ganga




We all need escapism between our daily work and life. And, what could be better than spending a bright Sunday on a cruise voyaging along the Kolkata stretch of the river Ganga. Mr. Santanu Banerjee of 10 Zing Tour Trail organised such an event today. He told me three weeks back about this and without thinking much I agreed to attend the event as I trust and have a good experience of his tour services.

When everything is going digital and online, when people are finding video-call conversations to be more comfortable than face-to-face conversations then me who spends most of the day in front of the computer screen still prefers to socialize, connect and meet with new people and finds face-to-face talks to be more soul connecting. Thanks to Santanu uncle for setting sharad adda session on the cruise.

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Starting off!

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Something Somewhere Mayukh Datta Photography
People introducing themselves

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Must-have music sessions


My father sang Rafi's "Sau sal pehle mujhe tumse pyar tha".

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Something Somewhere Mayukh Datta Photography
Howrah Station, view from mid-ganga

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Stretch of The Botanical Garden

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Garden Reach Shipbuilders & Engineers LTD

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An overhead shot!

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Passing the Vidyasagar Setu

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Cheers to the blue sky!

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Symmetry prettifies pictures

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Just a candid!

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Something Somewhere Mayukh Datta Photography
Kolkata High Court

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Something Somewhere Mayukh Datta Photography

Something Somewhere Mayukh Datta Photography
Many a times, silhouettes looks better

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The enormous structure: Howrah Bridge 

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Caught an aeroplane!

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Nimtala Burning Ghat

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Something Somewhere Mayukh Datta Photography
This one is my favorite

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Belur Math

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Charming and friendly people

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An enthusiastic aunty

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Something Somewhere Mayukh Datta Photography
Sunset approaching

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Something Somewhere Mayukh Datta Photography

Something Somewhere Mayukh Datta Photography
Well, I managed to get a picture of mine


And, there it ends.

I wish this continues and the people who participated this year joins every year. They were so humble and friendly.

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