Dalhousie or popularly called BBD Bagh serves as the city’s political and financial nerve center. The place is named after three revolutionaries Benoy, Badal and Dinesh who killed the then Inspector General of Prisons, N.S. Simpson, as a mark of protest against the brutal oppression on the Indian prisoners in the colonial jails
The unique architecture of the place adds to its grandeur and can easily take you back to the bygone era. The entire locality was modeled as the second city after London and every kind of European and western influence is evident in all the buildings . Some of the buildings even date back to 1695, which are considerably in well off position. So, below are some of the captures taken during one such evening when there was relatively less hustle and bustle around.