Apart from the distinguished seat of the Tagore family, traditionally known as the Jorasanko Thakur Bari, it was also home of the Singhas (including Kaliprasanna Singha), the Pals (including Krishnadas Pal), and the families of Dewan Banarasi Ghosh,Gokul Chandra Daw, Narsingha Chandra Daw, Prafulla Chandra Gain, and Chandramohan Chatterji. â€œThe area thus became the cradle of Bengal Renaissance.â€ It was earlier known as Mechuabazar.
Buy Kolkata Eternity 4.2, chariots of the north- in ink, charcoal, graphite and acrylic 36 x 24"" Original Handmade Artwork at Lowest Price by Joydeep Mitra.
11in x 16in
Created in: 2019
Quality: Museum Quality - 100% Hand-painted
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