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RSB West Bengal



The West Bengal is the fourth most populous state in the country is widely considered the Melting pot of Cultures. Its capital Kolkata is often termed as the cultural capital of India. West Bengal offers a unique flavour to the richness of India with its synthesis of various languages, religions, customs, traditions, cuisines and lifestyle. Bound by the grandeur of the Himalayan ranges in the north and sweetened by the sea in the south, Bengal has everything a state needs to flourish.

Nestled in a cosy cluster in the North, Darjeeling is often dubbed as the Queen of the Hills. Renowned for its tea plantations. The Sunderbans is universally acclaimed for housing globally endangered species such as the Royal Bengal Tiger.

Apart from possessing hill stations, Bengal also offers some of the best beach front locations like Digha and Mandarmani. Once the capital of British India, Kolkata is a blend of Western and Indian culture. Home to a plethora of historical sites, it houses Hindu temples, mosques, churches, as well as British monuments like the Victoria Memorial.

After India gained independence from the British, Bengal played the most important role in emerging renaissance in the field of social, cultural, political and educational reforms. Reformers like Raja Ram Mohan Roy, Swami Vivekananda, Rabindranath Tagore and Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose were at the forefront of the freedom movement. West Bengal has also been a home to world famous figures like Mother Teresa, Satyajit Ray and Rabindranath Tagore.