The Europeans were living
in the well serviced areas in Calcutta after the British conquest of Bengal. On
the other hand, the native people were living in very congested areas. The
Europeans enjoyed clubs, large homes, race, golf, domestic facilities including
water and electricity supplies. Calcutta developed as the cultural city of
dramas, theatres, music and religious festivals. Moreover, the city was
developed as the example of architecture along with the best cuisine.