Rural Museum :: @ Monchasha

Monchasha :: Lokayat Songrohosala :: Traditional Museum

Monchasha :: Lokayat Songrohosala :: Traditional Museum

Monchasha :: Lokayat Songrohosala :: Traditional Museum

Monchasha :: Lokayat Songrohosala :: Traditional Museum

Monchasha :: Lokayat Songrohosala :: Traditional Museum

Monchasha :: Lokayat Songrohosala :: Traditional Museum

Monchasha :: Lokayat Songrohosala :: Traditional Museum

Monchasha :: Lokayat Songrohosala :: Traditional Museum

Monchasha :: Lokayat Songrohosala :: Traditional Museum

Monchasha :: Lokayat Songrohosala :: Traditional Museum

Monchasha :: Lokayat Songrohosala :: Traditional Museum

Monchasha :: Lokayat Songrohosala :: Traditional Museum

Monchasha :: Lokayat Songrohosala :: Traditional Museum

Monchasha :: Lokayat Songrohosala :: Traditional Museum

Monchasha :: Lokayat Songrohosala :: Traditional Museum

Monchasha :: Lokayat Songrohosala :: Traditional Museum

The collection is going on….

New Initiatives @ “Mon Chasha”

Traditional Museum For The Rural Cultural Heritages of Bengal

A knowledge - base :: basically for the children

A knowledge – base :: basically for the children

A Typical Grain Storage of Rural Bengal Village Life

Dhaner Morai :: Grain Storage @ "Mon Chasha"

Dhaner Morai :: Grain Storage @ “Mon Chasha”

Audio Visual Library @ Monchasha for the inhouse guests

Audio Visual Library @ Monchasha for the inhouse guests

The New Book Library @ Monchasha

The New Book Library @ Monchasha

Monchasha Roadmap

Route Map of Monchasha

Route Map of Monchasha

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”.

Visitors Review @ “Mon Chasha”

Visitors Book :: Mon Chasha

 

On 15th March 2014 Alakananda Roy Wrote:

Unique concept of village tourism perfectly blended with heartfelt hospitality has ensured tourist leave with a lasting impression. Not to miss out the sumptuous food and musical extravaganza which was truly, enjoyable. Full moon night, bright colors of holi, songs, adda river cruise and pottery classes. We all enjoyed all of it. Hope to come back with friends and family many more times.

On 15th March 2014 Murarimohan Bhattacharya Wrote:

In a word very excellent in all aspects. Hospitality as well as the ambience after Monchasha will be remembers for a long time to come. Creativity of the organizers demand some new approach. I stayed here for 2 nights and 3 days. I go to my destination keeping this impression in my mind that I shall have priority to hope this spot while I shall think over staying for weekend tour near Kolkata.

On 15th March 2014 Ashish Kapur Wrote:

Great concept and well executed staff was very friendly and hospitable. Entire stay felt like being at home. Excellent food- authentic Bengali food (especially liked the cchicken & the luchi/alu). Only comment would be to create someactivity if we were to stay more than I visit. First passed by easily but need to do something if we stay larger …..may be some trekking trials or cycling etc. other than that everything was excellent.

On 15th March 2014 Rajan Malhotra Wrote:

We started from Kolkata for Monchasha with great enthu but last times of drive changed my mind and mood but as soon as we entered the premises I was tongue tied seeing such a peaceful place in midst of nature. My depression vanished and mood changed & we all were glooming with happiness. Out of the world hospitality, with a personal touch. Good organic food & well cooked. Wishing Monchasha all the best.

On 13th March 2014 Ishtiaque Ahmed Wrote:

Being to monchasha is like being to a distant relative who lives in a village and who loves to be host to the hooligans of the city and give them a lesson on what is life is about i.e. love, simplicity and nature. Monchasha gives you a impression of being your second home where you come to recharge your soul. It was a repeat value for nature friendly crowd. A gem of a place in West Bengal.

On 9th March 2014 Swati Soumendu Das Wrote:

Monchasa: Nice experience, great food, homely atmosphere, friendly people and a very affexctionate and nice host. Great woman with great taste of managing nature and people….definitely shall come again…

On 8th March 2014 Sarbani Choudhury Wrote: of

An ideal gateway to break the monotony of crowded city life wonderful experience. Planning to come back for a second time very soon.

On 23rd February 2014 Anindita Das Sharma Wrote:

Eco-tourism (rural) at its best. Hospitality too good. An earnest effort from Nelanjanda, Debjanidi and the staff , Especially Partha and chiranjit. Every one with a travelers heart/mind should visit Monchasha. All the best to team Monchasha.

On 23rd February 2014 Kousli Bhattacharjee Wrote:

We are really happy for the hospitality of all the staff. Ambience is also very nice. We appreciate the endeavor of Monchasha.

On 23rd February 2014 Mahua Banerjee Wrote:

It is great and memorable experience and I wish I com back next time with my family and friends. This people are very good and well behave and sweet nature they are great.

On 23rd February 2014 Nidhi Majudar Parwal Wrote:

Monchasha: Great experience….pure & refreshing feel…..so much down to earth….lovely village ambience right from the wholesome Bengali meals and helping cooperative people….Built on an ethos of economic self reliance and ecological, sustainability….fishing, pottery pure fell of village….awesome cottage…lots of greenery, flowers and a home like stay…Awesome…THANK YOU FOR MAKING THIS….

On 22nd February 2014 Anubrata Das and team Wrote:

It was a great and pleasure to be a guest in such a wonderful place will come back for sure in near future.

On 20th February 2014 Pradip bhawal Wrote:

Loss of words to describe this place, Fabulous. All was very good a really expect to come back in near future. All are good and excellent.

On 18th February 2014 Prakhar Dadhich Wrote:

Excellent setup even better hospitality will definitely recommended.

On 18th February 2014 Mohit Jindal Wrote:

Have travelled wide but not experienced the kind of hospitality & services offered by Monchasha. If u want re-energies yourself for your daily routine & away from stressful period, kindly come & stay at Monchasha for 2 days.

On 16th February 2014 Nandini Indranil Chandra Wrote:

Monchasha is a remarkable veniure / initiative. We enjoyed stay at this beautiful eco friendly destination. Hospitality was infomatiive and really looked after as well. A1 service & food wish you all the best Thanks.

On 16th February 2014 J Roy Choudhury Wrote:

It was a lovely experience, looking forward to our next visit, which will be soon. It will be even more exciting and pleasant if we can have a spa facility.

On 16th February 2014 Dipti Priya Mukherjee Wrote:

It was a wonderful, restful, experience. Very artistically done up place. Very thoughtful, will come again, excellent service…thank you….

On 12th February 2014 Ratna Banerjee Wrote:

Excellent ambience, food & service facility. However through the rooms should have some storage space.

On 12th February 2014 Anirudha Deshmukh Wrote:

Great experience..thoroughly enjoyed the time away from city life. Excellent service, food and facilities.had a great time making drawings, would love to visit again.

 On 5th February 2014 Sounak Gupta Wrote:

Stay to be remembered forever.

On 5th February 2014 Samanway Kumar Gupta Wrote:

Enjoyed everything. Excellent !!!

 On 5th February 2014 Sishir Kumar Gupta Wrote:

I enjoyed staying here for a very short time. It is a new experience. I would like to visit here for a longer period. Service is very cordial. Food was also very good.

On 2nd February 2014 Sudipta Biswas Wrote:

The ambience is fantastic, well thought & meticulously planned infrastructure. Really attractive place for weekend holiday. Excellent hospitality. Service well praiseworthy.

 On 2nd February 2014 Subir Chakraborty Wrote:

Wonderful ambience. Great Hospitality & a great example of eco facility. Keep it up and may God bless.

 On 2nd February 2014 Sushmita Chakraborty Wrote:

Must impressive. Service really good. Hope it remains like this.

 On 31st January 2014 Subrata Bose & family Wrote:

A very thoughtful effort. We enjoyed every minute in the calm of the surroundings.

On 31st January 2014 Bimal & Mekhala Biswas Wrote:

Food is very very tasty and service is excellent. We enjoyed very much. Thanks a lot.

On  27th January 2014 Rajib Saha & family Wrote:

M – Monchasha is

O -  Organized

N – Natural

C – Cherishable

H – Homely

A – Adorable

S – Simple Living

H – High Thinking

A – Atmosphere

 

On  27th January 2014 Debjit Chakraborty Wrote:

I can’t express how we spent the goodtime with each other & the wonderful hospitality provided by the staff & the owners at Monchasha. All room amenities were provided & the overall maintenance of the room was perfect & awesome. Overall we had a great experience & wish to come back again. Wish you lots of blessings from God.

 

On  26th January 2014 Amlan Ghosh & Rupanjali Mukherjee  Wrote:

Really it was an awesome experience, specially the ambience & the hospitality. I would like to tell all my friends & families to visit once.

 

On  22nd January 2014 Architect Surajit Roy  Wrote:

It was a dream comes true. I never expected such hospitality in this place. The design of this place is very good. As an architect I really liked your design. At last a heart full thanks and look forward to stay here in future.

 

To live with the head held high amidst the lap of sylvan pastures, where the mind becomes fearless, where the swings ushers in our childhood & the heart feels free to explore in irrational pleasures …. It’s that place where our soul streams out loud, away from the maddening rush & hustle & bustle of the man made forest  made of concrete ….

 

On  20th January 2014 Dr.Ranadeep Rudra & Sutapa Basu  Wrote:

A pleasant and peaceful experience. Beautiful ‘Monchasha’, will definitely come back again.

 

On  19th January 2014 R Chakraborty & family  Wrote:

Very good weekend gateway in the nature’s lap. Excellent services and feel like home. Takes the mind off from all the tension of city life.

 

On  14th January 2014 D. Sinha & family  Wrote:

Excellent arrangements. Homely atmosphere. Cordial behavior from all the monchasha family members. Special thanks to Biswajit, Surajit, Chiranjit & Malibhai. Will surely come back again.

 

On  13th January 2014 Indrani Ghosh  Wrote:

Awesome concept and wonderful place. A home away from home. Great hospitality, lovely wholesome home cooked food. Great Service. Many thanks for a memorable holiday. Kudos Debjani. Will surely come back again.

 

On  12th January 2014 Jayanta Mukherjee  Wrote:

Speechless !!

 

On  11th January 2014 Gautam Saha Chaudhury  Wrote:

Missed my family. Specially Sreeya – my sweet little daughter.

 

On  10th January 2014 Agni & Sophia  Wrote:

Unbelievable peaceful ambience !! Missed my friends when with my family & missed my family when with friends. Will come back again !!

 

On  5th January 2014 Gautam Ghosh Dastidar  Wrote:

Great place to relax from the running life. Enjoyed every second of our stay. Correct ambience, natural beauty & food. We would sure want to come here again & again.

 

On  5th January 2014 Jashodhara Ghosh  Wrote:

Simply enchanting…. Makes me long to come back again & again. The trip would not be so memorable without the heartwarming service of everybody present. Kudos to the promoters rather pioneers.

 

On  1st January 2014 Mainak & friends  Wrote:

Complete different experience. A new way to start the year. Nilanjan & Debjani all the best for your endeavour. Happy new year 2014.

“idyllic experience”

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

m o n c h a s h a

monchasha

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business card :: monchasha

Mon Chasha :: Business Card

Mon Chasha :: Business Card

Graphical Representation for Room Reservation at Rural Tourism “Mon Chasha”

Rural Tourism Promoters may like this presentation.

Graphical Representation on Monthwise Sold Room Nights at "Mon Chasha"

Graphical Representation on Monthwise Sold Room Nights at “Mon Chasha”

Daywise Reservation Trend at "Mon Chasha"

Daywise Reservation Trend at “Mon Chasha”

Roomwise Booking Trend at "Mon Chasha"

Roomwise Booking Trend at “Mon Chasha”

 

 

Press Release @ Discover India

Press Coverage at Discover India - India's First Travel Magazing

Press Coverage at Discover India – India’s First Travel Magazing

“monchasha” :: recommended by tripadvisor

Ranked #1 by tripadvisor

Ranked #1 by tripadvisor

the best weekend of bengal

we have developed four octagonal bamboo huts, fully covered with local hogla leaves, straw thatched roof and windows with north south cross ventilation. attached bath area with all modern amenities, local styled bamboo furniture, general utility tools, neatly crafted river facing verandah and common areas will certainly please your mind.

we have developed four octagonal bamboo huts, fully covered with local hogla leaves, straw thatched roof and windows with north south cross ventilation. attached bath area with all modern amenities, local styled bamboo furniture, general utility tools, neatly crafted river facing verandah and common areas will certainly please your mind.

keeping in mind the local climatic condition we have used local products as hogla, khor (straw), bans (bamboo), tal (palm tree), jhau (tamarisk) which made “mon chasha” more eco-friendly. according to the local experience both hogla and khor have a natural power to control the room temperature. as we use, we have already planted new palm plants & bamboo grove over and near the  project site for providing a comfortable shady area and maintaining the balance of ecological replacement. using 100% local labour & artisans we have tried to focus upon the rural development & positive poverty alleviation factor.

 

Relax & Rejuvenate @ "mon chasha"

Relax & Rejuvenate @ “mon chasha”

Bamboo Huts of "mon chasha"

Bamboo Huts of “mon chasha”

Reading :: May be the best place for it.

Reading :: May be the best place for it.

“mon chasha” is a blend of authentic village culture, pure earthen tradition, the cultural heritage of a speed less rural life and a true sentiment of natural india.

“mon chasha” is a journey, a theme of consciousness in the global tourism arena by creating a sustainable ecotourism module with social responsibility :: promote, inspire, develop, support and respect.

 

 

 

life @ monchasha

fish found at bagda river

fish found at bagda river

monsoon @ monchasha

monchasha monsoon

monchasha @ monchasha

TripAdvisor Reviews !!

Trip @ mon

“Fabulous weekend at calm n quiet place”

Stayed October 2012, traveled with friends

Reviewed April 15, 2013

Mon Chasha is a unique experience…

If you want a great and lonely destination for a special weekend then must visit Mon Chasha…
Its an amazing place with excellent authentic food… very good hospitality… The rooms are neat and clean… other services are extremely well…I strongly recommend this place… wish to visit again…

A very Special Thanks to Nilanjan da and Debjani di…

 

“In the pursuit of happiness”

Stayed January 2013, traveled with family

Reviewed May 2, 2013

When the bricks and mortars of the city life start taking a toll of your sensibilities and you get fragmented in balancing yourself between work and life, reclaim your life with a detour from the deadpan city life by taking a three hour drive (from Kolkata city) to Monchasa.
The property and its natural contours are a clear departure from the luxury of a resort but the amenities aren’t frugal. The details of the personalized attention will certainly ensure a sense of accomplishment of having decided on a property that clearly qualifies as ‘home-away-from-home’ but for the tranquility that brings the child in you. Sumptuous food, adequate provisions, uninterrupted village walks and the bonding are a sure bonus. Lens happy guests will have no complains for the variety of subjects outsmarts the limitations of light and the silhouette. Cleanliness, security and promptness are the hallmark of the place. Go and reclaim your life!

 

 

“Peace of mind…”

Stayed March 2013, traveled as a couple

Reviewed April 27, 2013

If you are seeking peace of mind and want to rejuvenate, Mon Chsha is an ideal place for you.
Or if you want to experience rural living far away from the madding crowd, swim in a pond, spend the afternoon laying on the hammock and listening Rabindra sangeet, or want to replenish your fishing skill then you must visit Mon chasha. Its only two an half hours journey from kolkata ( on way to Digha). They have four cottages each of which can accommodate four people. Each cottages have a balcony overlooking the river(stream). The washrooms maintain a proper degree of hygiene. We (my wife and myself) visited in the month of march. We were under the impression that it will be too hot. But surprisingly it was quite pleasant and we enjoyed our stay very much. The food was good and tasty.They serve the food at their dining place which itself is a nice place to relax. The sky at night is full of stars. We enjoyed a lovely evening chatting with the owners. Really appreciate the way the owners are keeping this place. Hospitality is worth a mention. We will definitely visit again.

 

“Monchasha Trip”

Stayed April 2013, traveled with family

Reviewed April 22, 2013

Monchasha is a wonderful place for weekend trip near Kolkata. The place is full with fresh air, fresh food and lot of other freshness. After the hustle and bustle of city life we have been rejuvenated staying there. The stuffs of the place is very well behaved and helpful. The food is very tasty and authentic village food. There is orphanage in the Paushi village, it is also a must see destination, One can see that even a middle class person, along with a small but dedicated workforce can help not less than 70 orphan boys and girls, a great work for humanity to my understanding. In short it is must see place to visit.

 

“” A week-end of serenity””

Stayed May 2013, traveled with family

Reviewed May 22, 2013 NEW

Just a three hour drive from Kolkata city via Kolaghat, there lies nestled on the river side of Baghda, a beautiful eco-village called Mon Chasha. It was a hot and sultry May morning when 8 of us left for this little known destination. I was frankly quite doubtful about the prospects. being a complete city girl , I could not imagine living in a thatched bamboo hut without air-conditioning and other comforts.And am I glad I actually visited the place ? Oh my god, a thousand times yes!!it is picturesque, tranquil, clean and offers excellent service. The location is amazing.Each of the four cottages have an attached bath with modern toilet facilities and yet the walls are made of Bamboo and even the stands are wooden or handcrafted. The cottages have en-Suite balcony facing the river and one can spend hours sitting there watching the dykes, the not so distant villages and hear the occasional honking of a car or trekker passing the highway a mile away. It’s a photographer’s paradise, with a variety of birds, a purple sunset or the slow sunrise changing the sky from dark blue to streaks of orange and then a bright gold.

Time passes slowly at Mon Chasha but entertainingly. The host couple- Nilanjan and Debjani are charming. They warmly welcome you and soon make you forget that this is a hotel and you have met these people just a few hours ago. Like long lost friends or oft encountered ones, they share a camaraderie with young and the old and they welcome pets just as they welcome people. Our dog, all of 5 months, quickly became firm friends with everyone there and has promised them with joyful barks to return soon.

And for activities–why not take a dip in the pond with stone steps or see fish frolicking in the dark waters of it? Maybe your inner child will take you towards the Tyre-swings or if you are a little less rebellious chose the sedate, sturdy swings and slowly rock yourself.There’s a potter’s wheel for inspection and a “Dheki” which works! If you plan earlier, the hosts will arrange a pottery class or a ride in a small boat in the river . When the sun slowly disappears in the horizon, no one even remembers the small t.v. set kept in the cottage. Young or old, everyone sits around the courtyard, chatting with a cup of hot ” chai”(tea), muri(puffed rice) and pakoras while strings of bengali songs float in the air. Want a soiree? Pick up the harmonium , mridanga or other musical instruments kept there and have an impromptu jam session.The food is excellent and served in quaint brass utensils which remind you of a forgotten era. Maybe it’s the homely touch that increases your appetite or the water, but you end up eating every morsel and after a second helping don’t regret the excess at all!!

The place literally blew me away, as the wind was fast and continuous but the surrounding, the tranquility, the greenery and the service all added to the experience.
Kudos to the developers. Spare a few moments of your busy lives and visit this beautiful , quaint place. You will feel rejuvenated as I was.

your pets @ “mon chasha”

you can bring your beloved pets over at “mon chasha”

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ask for live pottery @ “mon chasha”

Pot-e Mon

Live Pottery Demonstration

Live Pottery Demonstration

a small try by the guests

a small try by the guests

yes! it's an amazing experience

yes! it’s an amazing experience

direct earthing - try, try, try again

direct earthing – try, try, try again

simple creation :: hand crafting with mud

simple creation :: hand crafting with mud

yes! i did it!

yes! i did it!

it's simple! you can also do it.

it’s simple! you can also do it.

 

 

 

 

 

 

potua card collection @ “mon chasha”

Monchasha Potua Card1

Monchasha Potua Card 1

A story telling performance in the form of rhythmic songs by showing their own hand crafted pictures of gods is the most important rural art of Bengal. The picture is called as “Pot Chitro” – a traditional and rural art form of Bengal since middle ages. It is also a tool of villager’s entertainment solution. Amazing!

Monchasha Potua Card2

Monchasha Potua Card 2

Monchasha Potua Card3

Monchasha Potua Card 3

The painter is called as “chitrokor” or “chitrakar”. In most of the cases the painters act role of a poet and present ancient mytlogical stories related with gods of india. On a cloth based canvas the artists portrayed these verses with natural colours and motifs. The age-old folk art survived centuries to tell the tale.

Monchasha Potua Card4

Monchasha Potua Card 4

Monchasha Potua Card5

Monchasha Potua Card 5

The most important thing I have noticed is that – most of the chitrakars in the village are muslims. These Islam based people present stories based on popular hindu mythology. So an artform here is acting a bridge between these two relegion. Please explore this art. You may find some new concept.

Monchasha Potua Card6

Monchasha Potua Card 6

Over at “monchasha” we have started this type of workshop on demand. Please be with “monchasha” and help to survive this rural artform of bengal. Thanks.

 

 

 

 

 

 

BHIM PUJA :: a rural festival of bengal

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puja pandal of bhim mela > year 2013

“Bhim Mela” – a popular fair of rural bengal is happening now over at Dakshin Baroj area very near to “mon chasha ecotourism project”. The special event will continue for 9 days from 21st February till 1st of March 2013. Every year on the Bhim Chaturdashi Tithi – Bengali Month Falgun the festival used to commence with an extraordinary enthusiasm of the local folks of East Midnapore District, West Bengal, India. The management invited us and I have visited the fair on the starting date and enjoyed the opening cetemony with my wife Debjani. Got to know some imporyant informations about this unknown tradition of rural Bengal. Please go through the pictorial story for some detail of “Bhim Mela”.

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the idol of bhim & duryodhan @ bhim mela

According to the epic “Mahabharata” – “Bhim” used to be the most strongest person and one of the brother of reknowned “Pandav’s”, who won the war with “Duryodhan” – the most important person of the 100 brother and one sister “Kaurav Family”. At the end Bhim killed Durjodhan. The village people celebrate this auspicious event as a festival now from their core of heart. They think that their beloved “Bhim” will save them from all the evils and enemies and they used to attend this fair to offer a “puja”. Now-a-days this simple “puja” turned to an eventful festival for the entertainment lovers of East Midnapore villagers.

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decorative models @ bhim mela

Lot of this type models decorate the event arena which can be an added attraction for the fair visitors. Each model symbolises the facts of “Mahabharata” and also some contemporary issues of modern life.

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soft gamble game counter at bhim mela

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game counter at bhim mela

Soft gamble related to Playing Cards, Number games add colour to the said “Bhim Mela”. This games are very much popular to the local people. Over at Bengal, festivals are one of the major entertainment tool for the farmers, fishermen, potters, shop owners, suppliers and the daily waged labour groups. Not only them but also to the housewifes these fairs are the most important event after their daily life schedule. So still now “Jatra Pala”, “Kobir Lorai”, “Kathokata”, “Kirton – Sonkirton”, “Mela”, “Parbon”, “Sonkranti” plays important role to supply direct oxygen to the local hard lifers of rural bengal.

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You can also enjoy the cultural programs performed by local villagers and their guests coming from outside. The festival management arange different “Jatrapala” based on both ancient and modern topics with traditional cultural events, games in this continue 9 day fair.

With the “Puja Rituals” you can also experience the “Bom Gaach” – a bomb tree, which is fired as an offering to “Bhim God”. In this corner of rural Bengal this is one of the important factor of all puja festivals where “Manasik”s are done with these amazing bomb tree offerings.

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In Bengal “Mela” (Fair) means “Milan” (Social Attachment) which cannot be completed without “Paapar Bhaja” (Fried Papad) and “Hot Jilipi”, “Kotkoti” – types of sweet item. So according to the demand local villegers operate small stalls with the support of mela comitee and sell their items. You can have a look over to these Food – Costume Jewellery – Cooking Utensils – Sports Items and also vegetables, fish shops in this festival arena.

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We are overwhelmed by the welcome note we got from the Mela Management and Local Panchayet. They have given us a grand welcome on stage and the
guests of “mon chasha” enjoyed the fair a lot – also suggested some new ideas to the fair comitee for the betterment and future planning of “Bhim Mela”.

Please visit this event and you can experience the hidden treasures of bengal villages. Through these fairs you can feel the rustic but romantic village life of Bengal.

Behalf of “mon chasha ecotourism project”, we have already supported this wonderful event in every aspect. In future also we will spread our hands to them.

To “mon chasha” – Bengal is Beautiful, Bengal is Simple, Bengal is Live here. – Still Life in Bengal.

See you there. mon chasha.

ami banglay gaan gai..

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photograph taken at village paushi, east midnapore, west bengal, india

zero carbon footprint

"mon chasha" is going for a "mo plastic zone"

“mon chasha” is going for a “mo plastic zone”

monchasha is set to become a model eco tourism project in india as the admin is committed to turn the project into a cent percent “no plastic” zone. The stringent enforcement on the use of plastic bag is going to be imposed very soon by the administrative body along with the local panchayet.

 

required bamboo, logs, hogla etc materials were transported through the meandering bagda river beside monchasha

required bamboo, log, hogla etc materials were transported through the meandering river

“mon chasha” supports the zero carbon slogan which means no more carbon emission added to atmosphere from other sources to the natural co2 of earth that existed before the project in reality. zero carbon refers to zero carbon dioxide emission. according to “mon chasha” practically zero carbon theory is practically impossible but we are trending for the lowest possible.

 

"mon chasha" is heading for a zero carbon footprint project

“mon chasha” is heading for a zero carbon footprint project

 

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