Travel with us to our favourite cities around India

Perhaps one of India’s first colonial cities, Calcutta has had a rich history dating back to the 1600s, the city has established itself as a bastion of art, literature, music and culture. Today, it’s known for its old-world charm and niche progressive design.


The Malik Ghat Flower Market on the banks of the river Hooghly is a sensorial experience that’s hard to top. Colours, textures & scents intermingle beautifully, creating this spot perfect for people-watching. Head there early in the morning to catch yourself in the midst of the madness.

Ken Hermann’s captivating series on flower sellers at Malik Ghat 


The Corner Courtyard is a palatial heritage home brought back to life. Last inhabited in 1904, the home has 7 distinct rooms, each with a theme and palette. At the centre is the traditional aangan, reinvented as an eclectic café.

The Corner Courtyard


Though a cliché, Flury’s is definitely the place to explore the essence of the city. Since it opened in 1927, it has been pulling in locals and travellers alike, Calcutta’s first tea room is known for its afternoon tea and confectionary.


Housed in a heritage building, Bombaim features the country’s best modern aesthetics. From clothing to accessories and more, this is a great place to explore. Plus point : our 8 fragrances are available there!


Lead Image : a vintage shot of Harrison Street via source

September 22, 2021 — Digital Impressions