India's cultural heritage has a specila for the British architecture. The days of the Raj transformed many of India's beautiful cities and hill stations to their retreats. The chraming cities to date are home to many wonderful specimens of architecture that include mansions, churches, and many other incredible monuments. India's vast history and culture is not complete without a mention of the days of the Raj. These marvellously well-preserved monuments are witness to the days of the Raj.
To relive the days of the Raj, explore these charming cities of India.
Discover the colonial heritage of Kolkata, a city where the British sought to build the Empire’s second city. The Kolkata Heritage walk takes place in the morning , so one can take in the architecture and history of the city's many unique and spectacular buildings without much traffic on the roads. Begin at the Flower market There is an option to begin at The Flower Market on the River Hooghly, then continue to the site of the terrible 'Black Hole', walk past the famous Writer's Building, the former Head Quarters of the infamous East India Company. Around the Dalhousie square , see the magnificent Governor's House, Calcutta High Court, Town Hall, General Post Office and the almost forgotten Charnock Mausoleum.