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Lilabari(IXI) to Kolkata(CCU) Air India Flights Schedule

  Air India
IXI  10:20 Lilabari, India
2h 55m ( 1 Stop )
CCU  13:15 Kolkata, India
5745
  Multi Carrier
IXI  10:20 Lilabari, India
7h 45m ( 1 Stop )
CCU  18:05 Kolkata, India
4828
  Multi Carrier
IXI  10:20 Lilabari, India
5h 25m ( 1 Stop )
CCU  15:45 Kolkata, India
5763
  Air India
IXI  10:20 Lilabari, India
25h 10m ( 1 Stop )
CCU  11:30 Kolkata, India
7445
  Air India
IXI  10:20 Lilabari, India
12h 0m ( 2 Stops )
CCU  22:20 Kolkata, India
15815
  Air India
IXI  10:20 Lilabari, India
22h 40m ( 2 Stops )
CCU  09:00 Kolkata, India
11765
  Air India
IXI  10:20 Lilabari, India
22h 0m ( 2 Stops )
CCU  08:20 Kolkata, India
21057

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Popular attractions in Kolkata

  • Victoria Memorial

    A perpetual notion one carries from Kolkata is the immaculate white Victoria memorial bounded by verdant greenery and broad roads. It is dedicated to Queen Victoria and bids an insight into the ......

  • Prinsep Ghat

    The Princep Ghat in Kolkata that overlooks the River Hoogly is located on the river bank and is one of the oldest recreational spots of Kolkata. The Palladian porch, which is the major attraction in Princep Ghat, was built in memory of the eminent orientalist James Prinsep.

  • Kalighat Kali Temple

    A popular religious attraction of Kolkata, Kalighat Kali Temple is considered as one of the 52 Shakti Peethas (places where the various parts of Sati's body are believed to have fallen, in the course of Shiva's Rudra Tandava) of India. Kalighat is said to be the site where the toes of the right foot of Sati fell. In earlier years, the image of the deity was incomplete as only the face was constructed. Later on over the years, the hands (made of gold and silver), the tongue and jewellery were added to the idol of goddess Kali. 

  • Kumartuli

    Kumartuli is a famous locality in Kolkata, known for its traditional potters’ quarters. Since the year 1950, the locality has been in the business of sculpting high quality idols of Hindu deities. It is home to several talented potters who toil tirelessly to create clay idols. These idols are extremely popular and much sought after during the Durga Puja festival. Kumartuli’s innovative designs and excellent quality have made a special place in the hearts of art lovers all over the globe including countries like US, Australia, UK and New Zealand.

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