Made during the era of Britishers , the Howrah bridge also known as 'Rabindra Setu' standing magnificently on river Hoogly , a tributary of Ganga river, has an identity of it's own; carrying along with the identity of west Bengal's capital city Kolkata, 'The sweetest part of India'.
As soon as you get out of howrah station and ask somebody where is the way to main city here ? Bengalis will tell you " just go along direction of the bridge , there are many buses available , they will take you to your destination ". That time u will see that bridge , that bridge which, with it's first sight starts telling you the great history of this beautiful city which is also known as 'the city of Joy'.
This bridge has witness the transformation of Calcutta to Kolkata , serving as one of the most important lifeline of the city for thousand of people. Someone is on the bridge to catch their train from howrah station someone is going to work to somewhere and someone like me is standing on the bridge just to stand there and feel the essence of the city , River Ganga which is the most imp. and longest river of India, one of it's arm is beneath the bridge, I realized that the bridge and the river makes a very imp. pair regarding the historical to modern era of India, they both were always there, serving us unconditionally .