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For the sake of being unable to sacrifice the peace that my residence in a cozy suburb of West Bengal brings at the end of a hard long day, I have always had to make long daily trudges of around 120 kms each day to work in Kolkata since a while now wherein jostling for space is a common affair. In the midst of all that, my mobile phone camera has keenly kept a few moments aside to sit back and wander ....

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