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Let Your Sofa do the Speaking – Affordable Flats in North Kolkata

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Premium flats in North Kolkata with large living rooms are quite a trend now. StarOm Millenia located near the Baranagar Metro Station at Dunlop is fast coming up with such 2 & 3 bed flat in B.T. Road. Modernise your apartments by indulging in state-of-the-art sofas to make your seating room look exclusive. Add pulse to your space with extravagant sofas ranging from multi-seaters to single-seaters with versatile eye-catching designs. Here are some fabulous ideas to brighten your living room brought to you by StarOm Millenia.   Floral Extravaganza Deck up your 2 & 3 bed flat in B.T. Road with some refreshing floral prints. Indulge in a premium sofa set with floral prints, as florals never go out of trend. You can choose from a wide variety of options – large or small, multi-coloured or single-coloured to complement your living room. This will make your space look and feel brighter than before. Intense and Deep If you want to create an intense look in your apartment then opt for sofas with velvet furnishing. It might look heavy on the eye, but it is sure to make you feel mesmerised by giving a new dimension to your space. Dark shades…

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Rabindranath Tagore

A Poet And Beyond – Rabindranath Tagore

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A mesmerizing poet, a captivating novelist, a philosopher, an educationist, Rabindranath Tagore is the man who truly deserves the accolade of the world. This Bengali polymath was the first Non-European to be awarded the Nobel Prize for his literary works. He had a plethora of knowledge on the various field of art, literature and also architecture. He is one of the few personages who stood by the ilk of greatness, mastering in every area. Apart from his great works in the field of art and literature, he largely contributed to aesthetics and architecture. Tagore’s thoughts on design were based on the principle of ‘More lights and more space,’ and he adopted this philosophy from the Japanese culture of wabi-sabi.  He was greatly inspired by this Japanese style of modernistic living after visiting Japan innumerable times. This concept of wabi-sabi portrayed an essence of rustic simplicity, freshness or quietness molded with serenity or beauty that comes with age. It focused on living amidst nature and in loneliness. Rabindranath Tagore, being a loner, was profoundly influenced by this theme. After returning to India from Japan, he had directly set his feet in Shantiniketan and began experimenting. Being a modernist and nature-lover himself,…

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