The vast lands of rural bengal, covered with unspoiled greenery are spilled everywhere that give you a feeling of unbounded joy. Not only for the treat of eyes, such places taught us something about our past – the rural tradition, the authentic culture – ritual – cuisine – craft and the local style of living. http://www.monchasha.com
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19 Mar 2014 1 Comment
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The collection is going on….
24 Feb 2014 Leave a comment
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Traditional Museum For The Rural Cultural Heritages of Bengal
A Typical Grain Storage of Rural Bengal Village Life
05 Feb 2014 Leave a comment
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The Road Route From Kolkata :
Kolkata – Vidyasagar Setu – Uluberia – Bagnan – Kolaghat – Nimtori – Nandakumar – (Towards Digha) Chandipur – Henria – Kalinagar
For Your Reference :: Nandakumar To Kalinagar Bus Stop Is 35 Km only
* If you miss to track the KM at “Nandakumar Island” then please note that the distance between “Henria” (A Major Crossing before Kalinagar) To “Kalinagar Bus Stop” Is only 7 Km.
Take A Right Turn From Kalinagar Bus Stop. A Pink Coloured Kali Temple Is Situated On The Crossing. Drive 5.5 Km Straight Along A Blacktop Road. Ask for Paushi Village. Enroute Cross A Rail Line (Without Level Crossing) & 2 Small Temples (Nagraj Basuki Mandir & Kali Mandir). After This 5.5 Km Ride You Will Find A Moram Road (Laterite Red) On Right Side (Condition > Bad :: Length > 400 Meter). At The End You Have To Cross A Bridge Which Has 2 Exits. Take The Left Exit & After 7 – 8 Shops Take A Left Turn Once Again. Go On For 100 Meters, Crossing A Sluice Gate Along With “Bagda River” & You Will Find “Monchasha”.
29 Jan 2014 Leave a comment
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Review From A Friend
if you are looking for an offbeat peaceful weekend getaway from kolkata – this place is definitely worth a consideration.
aesthetic, artistic & minimalistic (covers the basics) the ambience transcends to a serene bengali rural hamlet in its full natural glory.
the proprietors are too eager to look after all your comforts + needs. the veggies are garden fresh. the taste of local fish is also an attraction for foodies like me
the elevated cottages with one room + bathroom + balconies is good enough for 4 adults
Carry your own towels if you are not used to the “gaamchha”. NO A/C