It was early morning around 05:oo AM when I reached my destination(yes, my train was late and I am glad). I straightly went to cloak room of Howrah station(please carry your own locks and key with you, because they don't entertain auto-locks which comes with the bag). After declaring my bag and taking the receipt from cloak room, I came outside the station to have a hot cup of kulhad tea (locally known as bhad-er-cha), which I was dying for in those years of my stay in Delhi. It was December so I had a lot of time before sunrise, I took a tour of entire station and near by and all I can see is set of crowd arranging tons and tons of newspaper to be delivered to the entire city. There were stalls serving eggs and buns (dimb-paurooti) and I drool into that because these local rectangular breads is must have if in Kolkata.
Around 6:30 AM the sky starts to get tint and shades of orange, I knew its the perfect time to go to Howrah Ferry Ghat (howrah jetty) that is on the other side of the Howrah Railway Station. From here you can get a full good and close view of Kolkata's lodestar "Howrah Bridge" and watching it in sunrise is altogether a different experience, its breathtakingly beautiful. After soaking in that moment for sometime, decided to enjoy puri-sabji (locally called luchi-torkari) from one of those roadside hotels. They provide cheapest food and tea with bonus of awesome view.