Skål International Kolkata is proud to announce the bidding for World Congress 2023
On 4 December 2020 Skål International Kolkata 127 hosted The Skål International Recharge Celebration 2020 at the Novotel Hotel & Residences announcing the bidding for World Congress 2023.
During the event, the chief guests Hon’ble Smt. Nandini Chakravorty (I.A.S, Principal Secretary, Tourism Department, Government of West Bengal) along with Hon’ble Mr. Sagnik Chowdhury (Deputy Director General & Regional Director (East) Ministry of Tourism, Government of India) and The President of Skål International India Sk. Carl Vaz inaugurated the logo of Skål International World Congress 2023.
This great event was attended by the Skål International Asia President Sk. Sanjay Datta, the Presidents of 14 clubs across 13 cities in India with Skål International India National Board members, trade partners, Consulate Generals, Tourism Board dignitaries, Airlines officials, Hoteliers and the members of Skål International Kolkata.
This event was the perfect forum for us to announce Kolkata’s bid for World Congress 2023! A great opportunity to bring recovery and international business to Kolkata and West Bengal. This significant step forward will create an extraordinary exposure for the tourism framework of Bengal.
This World Congress is going to be the best congress ever held. Let’s create this congress as Skål International 'World Congress Global Business Meet 2023' and create opportunity for every Skålleagues round the globe while doing networking and friendship. We welcome all the Skålleagues all over the world to visit Kolkata.
Kolkata is a megacity of over 14.1 million people, and serves as the financial and trading hub of Eastern and North Eastern India. The city is known as the ‘cultural capital of India’ due to its’ immense historical and architectural significance.
At one time the capital of the British Raj until 1911, the city has roots going back over two millennia. Showcasing the plurality and vibrancy of the nation, Kolkata is indeed an intrinsic part of the social fabric of modern India.
Often referred as the ‘City of Joy’ and also ‘The Sweetest Part of India’ Kolkata is renowned for its astounding sweetmeats. No trip to Kolkata is complete without sampling on sweets and savouring the traditional Bengali cuisine.
Since the inauguration of Nobel Prize in 1901 till 2019 six Nobel Prize winners have been associated with Kolkata.
Durga Puja, the grandest and most spectacular festival of India is Bengal’s cultural Magna Carta. This festivity is so divine, joyous and fabulous that it never ceases to keep us waiting eagerly for the arrival of the Goddess.
Worshipping of the Goddess in this part of the festivity requires a grand arrangement, the festival lasting for 10 days ends with Immersion of the idols of the Goddess and her family members as a culminating ceremony. We propose this festive season as the proper time for bidding.
One can experience and explore all colours of life in this city. It has variety of things to offer from different modes of transportation to different tourist spots to wide variety of delicacies.