About the walk

India gained independence after a long struggle and the contribution of many freedom fighters and prominent leaders. On this walking tour, we take you to prominent places linked to India’s freedom movement. We will visit areas connected with eminent leaders like Subash Chandra Bose, Raja Subodh Mallick, Rajendra Dutta and Nirmal Chandra Chunder. On this route, the participants will also visit the memorials of revolutionaries like Anukul Mukherjee and Bepin Behari Ganguly, who took part in armed struggle against the British. Last but not least, we will visit places that gave rise to prominent educational institutions like Bengal National College and notable political institutions such as the Indian National Congress. The participants will be kept engaged with interesting anecdotes as they walk around the city.

This guided tour is free.

Walk Time
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Walk Date
Meeting Time
07:15 am
Kolkata | |

Highlights of the Indian Freedom Movement

Led By

Amitabha Gupta

Meeting Time

07:15 AM

Meeting point

Wellington Crossing bus stop, in front of Raja Subodh Mallick Square

Nearest Bus/Metro station

Wellington Crossing /Esplanade and Chandni Chowk

About the walk

India gained independence after a long struggle and the contribution of many freedom fighters and prominent leaders. On this walking tour, we take you to prominent places linked to India’s freedom movement. We will visit areas connected with eminent leaders like Subash Chandra Bose, Raja Subodh Mallick, Rajendra Dutta and Nirmal Chandra Chunder. On this route, the participants will also visit the memorials of revolutionaries like Anukul Mukherjee and Bepin Behari Ganguly, who took part in armed struggle against the British. Last but not least, we will visit places that gave rise to prominent educational institutions like Bengal National College and notable political institutions such as the Indian National Congress. The participants will be kept engaged with interesting anecdotes as they walk around the city.

This guided tour is free.

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Please Note

  • Google link of meeting point : https://goo.gl/maps/cUSL5ar3cihNy6UXA
  • Parking facilities are not available near meeting point. We recommend taking the metro or any other form of public transport.
  • Photography is allowed.
  • Food costs are to be borne by the participant. There is no entry fee to any monument.
  • Wear comfortable shoes. Carry a small backpack with a water bottle and small towel.  Wear a sunhat or carry an umbrella for protection from the heat.
  • Speak in low voice when you enter holy places or the residence of famous personalities.