Bit of a mix of photos here so I’ll start with this shot of rotis being made street-side. I forgot how much street food is on offer here, I tried beef curry with parathas, tandoori rotis and tarka dahl, chowmein noodles to name a few.
Another common site is the old yellow Ambassador taxis, lining the street here when not in use.
Walking all over the city I saw the Victoria memorial, built to commemorate Queen Victoria’s diamond jubilee in 1901 but not actually finished until some 20 years later.
Abit of a different sight was the Park Street cemetery, that had an array of giant tombs dating back hundreds of years. The tombs were for a wide range of important people, from the surveyor general of India, to army generals and commanders.
Finally; I didn’t get to see Eden Gardens five years ago as the England cricket world cup match was rescheduled. There was not much of a crowd today for the Ranji Trophy match of Delhi v Karnataka, but still very impressive to see the over 66000 capacity cricket stadium (it was once over 100000 before it was all seating!).