Financial Year in India to Roll out from January to December


As per the source of Economic times  Prime Minister Narendra Modi is backing a plan that could change a 150-year-old practice that goes behind fixing your Budget and the financial calendar, including your tax returns.

He is pushing for a January-to-December fiscal year instead of the current financial year — from April to March — that was adopted in 1867, principally to align the Indian financial year with that of the British government.

The reason behind the steps……………….
The rest of the world does it
The shift is in tune with the current global practice as most big economies follow the January-December cycle. As a matter of fact, 156 nations follow calendar year as financial year.

 

It helps create a better cover for our farmers 
The biggest driving factor behind the suggestion is that the financial year timing did not allow India to account for the impact of monsoon rains. Agriculture contributes more than 15% to India’s GDP and above 58% rural households depend on farm yields. Assuming there is drought, which is the norm between June and September, a change in the accounting period will help in better farm allocation.
The rest of the world does it
The shift is in tune with the current global practice as most big economies follow the January-December cycle. As a matter of fact, 156 nations follow calendar year as financial year.

Even top firms and agencies such as World Bank and IMF use the calendar year for data reporting. It makes sense as India integrates itself with the world economy. Foreign firms don’t have to struggle with two types of financial years, here and at their parent country, which means better business for us.

It leads to optimum utilisation of resources
Another argument is that the current set up does not allow proper utilisation of the working seasons and does not ..

It takes into account our weather
Any financial year, a Niti Aayog-backed panel points outs, will be affected by the behaviour of the South West monsoon in the preceding financial year as well as the one which falls within the financial year itself. The panel wants the Budget to be finalised in October, after the South West monsoon is over – when the kharif crop is known and the rabi crop could be estimated. This would enable the presentation of the budget in November, wh ..

But implementing it would also mean a lot of changes
Apart from changing the Budget date, India will have to rework its tax assessment year, reorganise tax infrastructure, including at firm level and, probably even tweak the Parliament session timings. But relax, it won’t change your tax payment schedule.

Let’s not forget that GST is round the corner too
If Modi government decides to go for it now, it may clash with the GST rollout planned for this year. That could be too much to ask from firms and government departments who are still trying to figure out how to align themselves with the big tax reform.

And most importantly, some states may not be up to it
Maharashtra, a BJP-run state, had raised concern over this plan, saying that it will consume a lot of administrative and manpower time, especially when they are trying to cope with the GST rollout and Plan and non-Plan expenditure merger.

 

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Destination West Bengal…Chapter 3

Chapter 3

Page 1

About Kolkata

Kolkata previously it was known as Calcutta, which is also famous in the name of City of Joy, A city of Food Lovers Kolkata is said to be the most economical city in India even this period where prices are soaring so high that on earlier times it was considered to affordable by wealthiest people, The city proves to be joyful for the ones who have decided to set up their business here, or have come to work in the city. But other than Kolkata’s economical qualities, scenic beauty, and other attractions, it is necessary for one to know the iconic places and their interesting facts in Kolkata for must visit.

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  1. Howrah Bridge

Howrah Bridge which the oldest but the busiest bridge in India, It is the Heart of Kolkata, Howrah Bridge is the image, mirror an identity of Kolkata,The Howrah Bridge which is also called Rabindra Setu Commissioned in 1943, the bridge was originally named the New Howrah Bridge, because it replaced a pontoon bridge at the same location linking the two cities of Howrah and Kolkata (Calcutta). On 14 June 1965 it was renamed Rabindra Setu, after the great Bengali poet Rabindranath Tagore, who was the first Indian and Asian Nobel laureate. It is still popularly known as the Howrah Bridge.

It weathers the storms of the Bay of Bengal region, carrying a daily traffic of approximately 100,000 vehicles and possibly more than 150,000 pedestrians, easily making it the busiest cantilever bridge in the world. the Howrah Bridge is the sixth-longest bridge of its type in the world.

In the view of the increasing traffic across the Hooghly river, a committee was appointed in 1855-56 to review alternatives for constructing a bridge across it. The plan was shelved in 1859-60, to be revived in 1868, when it was decided that a bridge should be constructed and a newly appointed trust vested to manage it. The Calcutta Port Trust was founded in 1870, and the Legislative department of the then Government of Bengal passed the Howrah Bridge Act in the year 1871 under the Bengal Act IX of 1871, empowering the Lieutenant-Governor to have the bridge constructed with Government capital under the aegis of the Port Commissioners.

Eventually a contract was signed with Sir Bradford Leslie to construct a pontoon bridge. Way back in 1860 it was felt that Howrah and Calcutta must be linked by a bridge. So a pontoon bridge was ordered from England and was assembled in Calcutta by the Port Trust. The bridge was considerably damaged by the great cyclone on 20 March 1874. A steamer named Egeria broke from her moorings and collided head-on with the bridge, sinking three pontoons and damaging nearly 200 feet of the bridge. The bridge was completed in 1874, at a total cost of 2.2 million, and opened to traffic on 17 October of that year. The bridge was then 1528 ft. long and 62 ft. wide, with 7-foot wide pavements on either side. Initially the bridge was periodically unfastened to allow steamers and other marine vehicles to pass through. Before 1906, the bridge used to be undone for the passage of vessels during daytime only. Since June of that year it started opening at night for all vessels except ocean steamers, which were required to pass through during daytime. From 19 August 1879, the bridge was illuminated by electric lamp-posts, powered by the dynamo at the Mullick Ghat Pumping Station. As the bridge could not handle the rapidly increasing load, the Port Commissioners started planning in 1905 for a new improved bridge. The order for construction and erection was placed on M/s.Cleveland Bridge & Engineering Company in 1939 due to lack of supply of steel Tata Steel were asked to supply the remaining 23,000 tons of high tension steel. The Tatas developed the quality of steel required for the bridge and called it Tiscom. The entire 23,000 tons was supplied in time. Finally it was opened to the public in 1943.

I stood on the Bridge at midnight,

And gazed at the waters below,

And thought of the fanciful dreams that

From the brains of our Councilors flow.

Then I thought of the quick intuition,

Which these schemes had engendered and said,

“Will these schemes ever come to fruition?”

Then I quietly stood on my head.

 

For I’d looked at the question sideways,

And from both sides of the town,

Taking careful account of the tideways,

But never from upside down.

 

So I‘ve got a new angle of vision,

As bright and as fresh as wet paint,

Which will take off the general attention?

Away from the New Market Saint

 

Up my sleeve I’ve another red herring,

“The Scare of the Bidyadhari Silt”,

Which will merrily keep the ball rolling?

Ere The Bridge on the Hooghly is built.

 

Poem By-

-Diogenes, in the “Englishman”

(Appeared in The Calcutta Municipal Gazette dated 11 th July 1925)

 

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  1. Victoria Memorial

 Victoria memorial which the major landmark for visitor and tourist in Kolkata, it is built in the memory of Queen Elizabeth whose construction started in 1906.

The structure of Victoria Memorial is based on British and Mughal architecture which is known as Indo-Saracenic Revival architecture, which is an architectural style which was followed in British India during the late 19th century.

Like Taj Mahal, Victoria Memorial is also built using Makrana marble. The dome and other structural elements of the structure also echo the design of Taj Mahal.

For Visitors There are 25 galleries in Victoria Memorial.  Which depicts the story of british Raj in india .The galleries include the sculpture gallery, the royal gallery, the central hall, the portrait gallery, the arms and armory gallery and the Calcutta gallery. The other exhibits of the museum include coins, stamps and maps of those times.

Near the gate, you can see “VRI” written which probably stands for Victoria Regina Imperatrix, translating to ‘Victoria Queen and Empress’. This might have meant that Victoria who is a Queen of England, is an Empress of India.@travel #travel

Facts and details about Other places of Kolkata will continue in our next post.

To be Cont…….

 

 

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Destination West Bengal …Chapter-2

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In continuance of our privious jouney of Destination of west bengal now we are running through chapter -2 Destination West bengal , a brief details about the hoy place of Shri Lord Krishna Radha and Chaitanya Mahaprabhu.

About Mayapur

Mayapur is located on the banks of the  ganga river, at the point of its confluence with the Jalangi, near Nabadwip Dham, West Bengal,India, 130 km north of Kolkata(calcutta). The headquarters of ISKON are situated in Mayapur and it is considered a holy place by a number of other traditions within Hinduism, but is of special significance to followers of Gaudiya Vaishnavism as the birthplace of Chaitanya Mahaprabhu, regarded as a special incarnation of Lord Krishna in the mood of Radha. Standing at the junction of river Ganga and Jalangi, Mayapur is a laidback city with lovely views and plenty of temples, making it ideal for multitudes of team,It is visited by over a million pilgrims annually.

Mayapur is famous for Chandrodaya Temple (first temple established by ISKCON in Mayapur), Samadhi of Prabhupada (temple dedicated to the founder of ISKCON), Shree Chaitanyamath (the birth place of Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu), Goswami Maharaj Temple of Dashavatar and Chand Kazi’s Samadhi. Located on the banks of confluence of Hooghly river and Jalangi, Mayapur is a religious centre and one of the nine dhams of the 9 holy islands. The 9 islands together looks like an eight-petaled lotus flower and are called Navadwipa which was earlier capital of Bengal. The islands are centered on Antardvipa (Mayapur) and are a part of Mayapur Township. Navadvipa is a famous temple town with about 185 temples. It is a place where all beliefs, Shaiva, Vaishnava and Buddhi

Mode of Travel

By AIR There is no direct flight to Mayapur. Therefore Kolkata is the nearest Airdrome of Mayapur. Taxi or cab is always available from Airport. It takes around 4 hrs approx to reah there.

By Train Howrah and Burdwan is the nearest rail head of Mayapur. Frequent train service is available to krishnanagar,Nadia from Kolkata’s Sealdah Station, then 18 km by auto  to Mayapur.

By bus which are available from all parts of West Bengal. Mayapur is well connected to all parts of the city through the bus route.

During the visit one can see “the huge headquarters of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON)” and “a long stream of saffron-robed devotees chanting” the Devin mantra

“HARE KRISHNA HARE KRISHNA KRISHNA KRISHNA HARE HARE..
HARE RAM HARE RAM RAM RAM HARE HARE”

Accomodation in Mayapur

Mayapur offers many dharamshalas and homestays for tourists. Aashrams are also available but to enjoy the real beauty of mayapur

The best place to stay at within Iskon temple campus, Iskon Temple offers wide range of accomodation , from standard to super deluxe suite, for accommodation you can contact Mayapur Tourism or Iskon directly.the price are range from Rs. 200 to Rs.5000, but before going make sure your accommodation booking is confirmed, many times happens all rooms are fully booked, so get booking at least couple of weeks in advance.There are lots of Bhavans or Blocks for accommodation , like Gaddha bhavan, Chaitanya  bhavan, etc.

Places to visit in Mayapur

  • Iskcon Chandrodaya Temple- a wonderful place for the devotees of Lord Krishna and attracts lot of tourists from all over the world. The ambience of the temple is full of peace and serenity. The marvelous work of the temple and the tranquil atmosphere pulls the tourists to come and explore the place.ISKCON Mayapur campus where you will see the temple of Sri Sri Radha Madhava, Panchatattva and Narsimha Deva, Chaitanya Leela exhibition, Goshala, Srila Prabhupada Samadhi Mandir, Srila Prabhupada Samadhi exhibition, Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu Janmasthana.
  • Sri Chaitanya Math- this is the Math that is dedicate to Lord Chaitanya and in this place feeds and give shelter to the needy and orphanage. Every day thousands of people are feed here which is termed as Bhog made in a very simple way but quite delicious.
  • Yoga Peeth-  it is a very attractive place which is the main focus of Mayapur. It is a temple that has been built at the birth place of Mahaprabhu Chaitanya. It also serves as a yoga centre where yoga, Vedas and meditation has been taught. The temple also has an idol of Radha Madava and Chaitanya Mahaprabhu.

Food

The sacred food is distributed absolutely FREE for everyone and pilgrims collect their FULL meal coupons early in the morning at Sri Sri Radha-Madhava temple courtyard. Everyday morning 6am they start distributing coupon to individuals with a very nominal charges, so collect coupons as soon as possible as they are available for a limited period. Well regarding food, you wont gets lots of variety, but the food which are available have their own speciality.

The Menu: Kitchuri, Rice, Dal, mixed sabji, main seasonal sabji, chutny/ yogurt/papad and Sweet.

Along with the prsadam distribution there is one restaurant called Govindas Restaurant which is open throughout the day from 7:30am. to 9:00pm, t

here you have the option of foods menu, from which you can select the items and order , even the charges of this restaurant are not high, easily affordable, the speciality of this restaurant which i liked is Herbal Tea.

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Destination West Bengal

 

About West Bengal

New horizon, vibrant state, colourful people with their rapidly changing lifestyle, modernisation — in one word metamorphosis – this is our new West Bengal

Every state has its own character own flavour,how west bengal is different from another state in india? culture,literature,diversified customs makes west bengal special, Bengal is differenciated with its own nature of customs ,love, food.

West Bengal, situated in eastern India, is a land with a rich diversity. Home to different civilizations and known for its cultural diversity, West Bengal has a great history too. Bengal is mentioned in the epic Mahabharata. Thanks to its geographical location stretching from the great Himalayas to Bay of Bengal, the state has spectacular landscapes to captivate your souls. Let us unfold the true Bengal – its history, its real nature, its culture – the canvas with all colours.

kolkata

Kolkata is the face of West Bengal; it’s like the city offers a glimpse of what the entire state is about. From its elegant British Raj buildings to the sprawling gardens, from its historical colleges to its buzzing nightlife, and delicious food to sweets, Kolkata possesses all the necessary factors to be one of the finest places to visit not only in West Bengal but in India. Home to a spawning generation of poets, writers, film producers and Nobel Prize winners, the city is also a cultural capital of the country. the important places in kolkata area.

  1. Howrah Bridge
  2. Victoria memorial
  3. Dakshineswar Temple
  4. Kalighat -Maa Kali Temple
  5. Belur Math-Ramkrishna Mission
  6. Eden Gardens
  7. The great banyan tree-Botanical Garden
  8. Indian Museum
  9. Birla Industrial & Technological Museum
  10. Race cource
  11. Alipore Zoological Gardens
  12. Birla Temple
  13. Mothers Wax Museum
  14. Eco Park-Rajarhat
  15. Snow Park-Axis Mall
  16. Aquatica
  17. Nicco Park
  18. Harinalaya-Rajarhat
  19. Science City
  20. St. Paul’s Cathedral Church
  21. Fort William, India
  22. Nandan-
  23. Millennium Park
  24. shyam Baba Temple-Ghusuri Mandir
  25. Baba Bhootnath Temple-Nimtalaghat
  26. Prinsep Ghat

Darjeeling

It is the most perfect place to unwind on your holiday. Snow clad mountains, lush greenery and the stunning views of Himalayas make the place a heaven on earth. The entire land is colorful and picture perfect with green tea leaves, red rhododendrons, white magnolias, birds of different species and snow-covered peak of Kanchenjunga. Here are the top destinations in Darjeeling.

  1. Kanchenjunga
  2. Sandakphu
  3. Tiger Hill
  4. Peace Pagoda
  5. Padmaja Naidu Himalayan Zoological Park
  6. Batasia Loop
  7. Lava
  8. Everest Museum
  9. Barbotey Rock Garden
  10. Chapramari Wildlife Sanctuary
  11. Neora National Park
  12. Darjeeling Toy Train

Bankura

It is on the west of the state of West Bengal. Apart from the historic side, Bankura has an artistic face too. It has tourist attractions that boast of its historical importance and destinations that challenge you to trek and hike. Here are some leading destinations in Bankura.

  1. Biharinath Hill
  2. Susunia Hills
  3. Mukutmonipur Dam
  4. Rasmancha
  5. Garh Darwaja
  6. Krishna-Balaram Temple
  7. Ganesh and Nandi Statue

Midnapore

The town Midnapore, also called as Medinipur, is situated in the west of Medinipur District. It is a famous pilgrim centers as it is home to some ancient temples and mosques. Having contributed many freedom fighters for independence, the land has monuments built in memory of the war heroes. Here are some attractions in Midnapore.

  1. Bahiri
  2. Chandrakona
  3. Jhargram
  4. Shankarpur Beach
  5. Dantan
  6. Garbeta
  7. Bargabheema Temple
  8. Kurambera Fort
  9. Jora Masjid
  10. Egra
  11. Dandeswar Mahadev Temple
  12. Baptist Mission Church
  13. Keshiari

Siliguri

Siliguri is a picturesque location that offers spectacular views of Himalayas. It is famous for tea and timber. Thick forest on the foothills and the tea gardens offer amazing views of the land. Given below are some important tourist attractions in Siliguri.

  1. Jaldapara Wildlife Sanctuary
  2. Chilapata Forest
  3. Coronation Bridge
  4. Kanchenjunga Stadium
  5. Surya Sen Park
  6. Isckon Temple
  7. Shorea Forest Recreation Center
  8. Fulbari Barrage
  9. Sevoke, Kalijhora, Mongpong

Murshidabad

Murshidabad is home to various races and religions. It is located on River Bhagirathi banks. The history of the city dates back to pre-historic times. The city was at its height of glory in the past and it was Bengal’s capital in before the British rulers shifted the capital to Kolkata. Given below are the important tourist places in Murshidabad.

  1. Hazarduari Palace Museum
  2. Imambara
  3. Wasef Manzil
  4. Jalangi River
  5. Nasipur Palace
  6. Katra Mosque
  7. Jahankosha Canon
  8. Katgola

Hooghly

Hooghly is an interesting tourist destination for various reasons. It is considered sacred as it is where Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa and Sarada Devi stayed for many years; it has historic significance as it bears the influences of Portuguese, French and the Dutch. Here are some important tourist destinations in Hooghly.

  1. Chandannagar Museum
  2. Srirampore
  3. Bhadreswar
  4. Tarakeshwar Temple
  5. Hooghly Imambara
  6. Hangseshwari Temple
  7. Deer Park
  8. Sri Ramakrishna Math
  9. Garh Mandaran

Kalimpong

Kalimpong, the hill station in lower Himalayas, is situated at an altitude of 1250 meters. The view of Himalayas from Kalimpong is amazing. The tranquility of the land attracts tourists in great numbers. It is famous for traditional handicrafts, orchids and nurseries. The tourist attractions in Kalimpong include the following.

  1. Deolo Hill
  2. Dr. Graham’s Home
  3. Kalimpong Cactus Nursery
  4. Pine View Nursery
  5. Jaldhaka River Valley
  6. Tharpa Choeling Gompa
  7. Zong Dog Palri Fo-Brang Gompa
  8. Tongsa Gompa

Kamarpukur

Kamarpukur, a village in Hooghly district, bears evidences of ancient elements. A visit to the land with ancient buildings, temples and tanks will give you an insight into its glorious past. This beautiful village is considered sacred as it was where Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa was born. Here Jaare some important tourist destinations in Kamarpukur.

  1. Jairambati Math
  2. Mukundapur Temple
  3. Yogi Shiva Temple
  4. Gopeshwar TempleMatri Mandir

Bishnupur

Bishnupur is famous for ancient temples belonging to the 15th century. Art and culture flourished here; particularly, the Malla rulers were great patronizers of paintings and music. The temples here stand proof of the rich architecture of the past. Here are some top destinations in Bishnupur.

  1. Jorebangla Temple
  2. Rasmancha
  3. Pancha Ratna Temple
  4. Radha Govinda TempleGate of Old Fort
  5. Keibul Lamjao National Park
  6. Loukoipat Ecological Park
  7. Sarbamangala Temple

Jalpaiguri

Jalpaiguri enjoys excellent topographical advantage that it receives many tourists who are passionate about enjoying the bliss of nature. Since it is easy to access Darjeeling and Sikkim Himalayas from here, you can find tourism flourishing here. Given below are important tourist destinations in Jalpaiguri.

  1. Dooars
  2. Gorumara National Park
  3. Buxa Tiger Reserve
  4. Mendabari Fort
  5. The Baptist Church
  6. Panjhora River

Malda

Malda lies at the confluence of River Mahananda and Kalindi. Like many other places in West Bengal, this town too has its share in history. Called as English Bazaar in the past, Malda gives you a clear picture of its architectural splendor in the past. Here are the tourist destinations in Malda.

  1. Bara Sona Mosque
  2. Dakhil Darwaza
  3. Lattan Mosque
  4. Adina Mosque
  5. Firoz Minar Tomb
  6. Maa Johura Temple
  7. Baisgazi Wall
  8. Eklakhi Mausoleum
  9. Malda Museum

Cooch Behar

Cooch Behar, a district in Jalpaiguri, is situated in the north-eastern part of West Bengal. To its south and west lies the Indo-Bangladesh border. The land still has the rich influences of the Mughal era. It is not only famous for the ancient monuments but it is also known for huge water bodies. Here are some important destinations in Cooch Behar.

  1. Cooch Behar Palace
  2. Chilapara Forest Range
  3. Rasik Bil
  4. Madan Mohan Bari
  5. Dangar Ayee Temple

Birbhum

Called as the ‘Land of the brave’, Birbhum was a land where many brave kings ruled. The historical importance of the place is evident from the remnants of the civilizations that lived here. The land of red soil houses some of the famous tourist destinations.

  1. Shantiniketan
  2. Dubrajpur
  3. Hetampur
  4. Fullara
  5. Ballabhpur Wildlife Sanctuary
  6. .Temple of Nandikeswari
  7. Kankali Pith

Barrackpore,

Barrackpore, the land rich in natural beauty, is of high historical importance too. It was here where the famous Sepoy Mutiny originated. Its prominent role in freedom fight has earned Barrackpore a special place and it is frequented by tourists in great numbers. Here are the top destinations in the land.

  1. Mangal Pandey Park
  2. Gandhi Museum
  3. Jawaharkunja Garden
  4. Gandhi Ghat
  5. Bartholomew Cathedral
  6. Indira Gandhi Water Treatment Plant
  7. Kali Temple
  8. Tarakeswar Temple

Mayapur

Mayapur is established under Lord Mahaprabhu, the temple is dedicated to Lord Krishna. It has an exhibition section showcasing the life and work of Shree Chaitany

  1. Iskon Temple
  2. Nabdwip Dham

Above mentioned were the glimpses of west bengal, the poplar and interesting places to visit, we will share in details about these places in my next blog , there you will find the some interesting facts, specialty foods of those places, culture and history.

so friends keep following for further interesting details……………..

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Jaljeera drink… Best of summer

Hello friends

The sun is shining brightly and the scorching heat is unbearable.
People were perspiring from head to foot. Birds took shelter in the trees. Dogs could be seen with their tongues panting for breath.
With the mercury levels rising to new highs everyday, summer seems to completely drain us out. Temperatures have been scorching high and humidity levels have escalated to between 70 and 80 per cent. Most of us feel dehydrated and low on energy in such a climate and we look for ways to cool ourselves

Nowadays a Jaljeera, a refreshing and natural drink, can help to fight intestinal gas and poor digestion

Prep Time : 6-10 minutes

Cook time : 11-15 minutes

Serve : 4

Level Of Cooking : Easy

Taste : Tangy

Ingredients for Jal Jeera Recipe

1)Cumin Seeds roasted 2 tablespoons
2)Amchur Powder 1 teaspoon
3)Lemon slices for garnish
4)Fresh mint leaves 2 tablespoons
5)Fresh coriander leaves 1/2 teaspoon
6)Lemon juice 2 tablespoons
7)Ice cubes as required
8)Soda 1/2 litre

Method

Step 1

Pound the cumin seeds, black salt and amchur in a mortar with pestle. Grind the mint leaves and coriander leaves with sufficient water into a smooth paste.

Step 2

Add the lemon juice and pounded masala and mix well. Put ice cubes in two tall glasses. Divide the concentrate equally and top up with soda.

Step 3

Mix well. Serve immediately, garnished with a slice of lemon.

Benefit of jal here’s

1) Helps in digestion
2) prevent anemia
3) Treats an nausea
4) Fights the deficiency of vitamin C
5) Low in calories
6) Aids weight loss
7) Prevents acidity
8) Fights constipation
9) Treats menstrual cramps


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Experience at Bar B Que Nation, Kolkata

Barbque Nation having its outlet at SaltLake Sector-5 which is the entire IT-hub and offers delicious buffet at a very reasonable price along with that there is another oulet at park street, these outlet are famous for kababs The buffet is the main attraction of this place and it us famous for flawless service and […]

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Experience at Bar B Que Nation, Kolkata

Barbque Nation having its outlet at SaltLake Sector-5 which is the entire IT-hub and offers delicious buffet at a very reasonable price along with that there is another oulet at park street, these outlet are famous for kababs

The buffet is the main attraction of this place and it us famous for flawless service and delicious food

After experiencung everything myself completely speech less.
Well……  Now  back with the reviews
The place is well decorated, with a extremely well-behaved crew. Each table has a place in it to fit the portable grill. As soon as u arrive the grill is fitted into it, and delicious kebabs are served. The crew are efficient enough to replaces the empty “shieks” with filled ones.
There is an option of vegetarian and non vegetarian food, as i am vegetarian i opted for veg buffet, even in veg bugget there are plenty of options in grill kabab, most importantly all foods are served unlimited,

There starter is absolutely amazing specialy the sweet corn. Starters  are served with a proper  barbeque grill each table… The main course items were good enough with good variety of foods.. In main course  you have everything ranging from biryani, paneer, numbers of salad and many mores….  Breads which you ask for will be served on table…  What can i say about dessert, each and every ittems was smooth and magical….  Must try pan masala kulfi, shows topper…
Barb que nation truly knows how to impress, a great place for a massively satisfying dinner experience.
Tips:- before  6.30 you will  get early  bird offer…
A restaurant which deserve 5.0 point rating

It is suitable for friends, family and in groups.
Highly recommended

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