Being in a somewhat sour mood, mostly due to the recent occurrences in the city, I finally decided to vent it where I have always done - here. And since my brain is too tired to create anything decent, I finally decided to do the next sequel of this series.
Remember, most of these pictures were taken using my faithful Nokia E63, so please do not complain about the picture quality.
Do bear with me through this installment. An apology (in advance) to the non-Bengali readers, since some of the exhibits are in Bangla. I will translate and/or transliterate whenever I can, though.
Exhibit 1: So I guess whatever they had taught us was wrong. Kids can have babies.
Exhibit 2: This is an old joke made by the legendary Dadathakur, but I guess I should do a replug - given that I have got a chance to capture it.
Transliteration: Charitraheen Sharatchandra Chattopadhyay.
Exhibit 3: If you do not want to get herpes, syphilis, gonorrhoea, or something similar, that is.
Exhibit 4: Agencies typically service cars, but servicing drivers is a first for me. If you're interested, you can always call and learn what this is all about.
Exhibit 5: Sorry about the picture quality. It says Exterior Interior Ltd. You can interpret it the way you want to.
Exhibit 6: No, this is not a Rabindrasangeet. Absolutely not.
Exhibit 7: I wonder what this clock is used to measure. I have an intelligent guess, though.
Exhibit 8: No comments. The movie is Peechha Karro, a Diptakirti recommendation.
Exhibit 9: Courtesy Tamal. Just an example how things can go wrong if you don't repair things in time. And no, I'm not going to translate this.
Exhibit 10: As opposed to the heavier version. Or the darker version.
Transliteration: The light Swami Vivekananda.
Exhibit 11: No, 6pcs (or 6 pieces) does not mean kima meat. It never did.
Exhibit 12: Either this is where Sita entered the underworld for the last time, or, well... you interpret for yourself. Do note the spelling of 'entrance', though.
Exhibit 13: This is why they call Kolkata a male-chauvinist city.
Exhibit 14: You know now who polishes our city clean, don't you?
Exhibit 15: A very, very small lap - will accommodate a smartphone at most; certainly won't accommodate a laptop. I wonder why this is the name of a nursing-home.