Whenever I feel a bit low I walk along the Ganga for hours, I sit at the ghats, I calmly watch the funeral procession, I watch the Howrah bridge and every time I find this truth.
What we all already know is that we get mouth watering authentic Chinese home-made food early in the morning before the busy street market takes over for the day. The sellers are Chinese migrants who can speak Mandarin, Hindi, Bengali and very good English. Tiretti Bazar has been there to tantalize our taste buds since the time when Calcutta was the capital of British India. What is left to be known are the stories which are still unheard and unexplored.