the best weekend of bengal

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…

Latest Reviews of “Mon Chasha” from Trip Advisor

  “Mon Chasha – Sustainable, peaceful and soul touching..a must visit for all” The monotone of city life bogging us down, me and my wife, decided to take a much awaited break, close by…yet far away from the stress, trension and tedious routine of urban life. On reaching, we were warmly greeted by the owners…

Food Style @ ‘Mon Chasha”

banglar mukh :: the kitchen – dining is a three block open area where authentic bengali dishes will be the main items for the restro menu. for example ghee bhat, kolmi / laalsaak, goynabori, chachchari, ghanto, khichuri, labra, murighanto, chhnechki, hanser dimmer dalna, chokka, ambol, chachchori, macher jhol, kosha murgir mangsho, chatni – achar –…

TripAdvisor Reviews !!

“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…

Trip Advisor Reviews of “mon chasha”

“a slice of Bengal country life…” mon chasha offers a unique experience of an authentic rural stay. just about 150 kms from kolkata, it is tucked away in a little, almost non-descript village, Paushi, in East Midnapore district. surrounded by green all around, it is based on the concept of eco-tourism linked to sustainable development….

potua card collection @ “mon chasha”

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….

go green :: monchasha

Crops cultivated at “monchasha” :: potato, tomato, raddish, carrot, green chili, mustard, spinach, cauliflower, cabbage, banana, lemon, corn, turnip, beet, ladies finger, brinjal, cucumber, pumpkin etc

BHIM PUJA :: a rural festival of bengal

“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…