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Author:Sen A.N
Publication:The Illustrated Weekly of India
Enumeration:VolXCVI 31 Aug 3, 1975
Abstract:Book review of Raghubir Singh`s pictorial book on India`s largest city. Calcutta is as much loved as it is despised. To its lovers it is a Mecca of culture and sophistication;to its denigrators, who are legion, it is the filthiest, most wretched and poverty stricken spot on earth. The truth is somewhere in between these two views.

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