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From: "Harshawardhan_Bosham Nimkhedkar" <>
Subject: Re: [INDIA-BRITISH-RAJ] Life and culture of the Calcutta of the1940s
Date: Sun, 10 Jul 2011 11:26:02 +0530
Sally, what you say is one thing, but, as John pointed out, those
pages have not been updated since 2009, which is rather strange.
I wonder what went wrong and why have they stopped such a
good project. Lack of funds? Little response?
----- Original Message ----- From: "karoo"
Thank you very much indeed Harshwardhan for access to this site. I began
with Arriving in Calcutta and have already found input from such a diversity
of people ..... people whose thoughts on Calcutta I for one, would not have
had access to. The years 1940s did indeed make of Calcutta a city buzzing
with 'extracurricular' events that affected the whole general populace. I
think that if even any old rickshaw wallahs have survived, they would have
tales of their own to tell !
Many thanks again Harshoo and - this is my first introduction as you can
see, to the site !
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