About Us

Hello Everybody!!
We are Anindya & Pratyay, Japanese Language teachers and translators. Presently we are teaching at a Japanese Language Learning Centre in our hometown, Kolkata-India.

The most interesting part of language learning is experiencing another culture. For, Language does not exist apart from culture, that is, the socially inherited assemblage of practices and beliefs that determines the texture of our life. The study of Japanese language offers unique insights into Japan’s fascinating national culture, which boasts a rich heritage in the fields of native craftsmanship, performance art, visual art, music, film and graphic design. Anyone who can see and feel the beauty of the Japanese Language and culture can improve her/his cultural understanding and international awareness. It also helps one to gain an enhanced perspective of one’s own language and culture.

Through this Blog we would like to offer and share our knowledge and exchange our views & ideas with you all on Japanese language and culture. Let’s expand our possibilities both professionally and personally by learning Japanese.

If you have any query regarding translation or interpretation from Japanese to English or vice versa,
please feel free to contact us.....
letter2anindya@gmail.com or pratyajayaditya@gmail.com

Saturday, May 1, 2010

Indo-Japan cultural tie down the ages: A wonderful exhibition


If you are having some free time or musing on paying a visit to the Salt Lake City Centre shopping complex, do visit this exotic photo gallery at the 3rd floor of Rabindra-Okakura Bhavan, Salt Lake. It is close to the City Centre and within commutable distance from any part of the city. This permanent exhibition on the legacy of Indo Japan Cultural tie remains open throughout the day, everyday. The variegated picture gallery represents all aspects of Indo-Japan relation, cultural, political and spiritual. Subhas Chandra Bose's Japanese associations, Tagore's successive visit to the Land of Rising Sun, Justice Radhabinod Pal's dissenting role at the Tokyo Tribunal, eminent Indian painter Nandalal Bose attending a tea ceremony in Japan , Satyajit Ray and Professor Kazuo Azuma's epistolary correspondence, all comes within the purvey of this wonderful exhibition. Also remarkable are the prints of paintings of contemporary Japanese painters like Ikuo Hirayama and Korehiko Hino who have depicted Indian life.



Rabindra-Okakura Bhavan
Block-DD-27/A/1, Sector-1, Salt Lake, Kolkata-700091
Near City Centre