Reviews from Tripadvisor

“In Bengal auf dem Land” Wir wollten für 4 Tage die Grossstadt Kalkutta verlassen und etwas Energie auf dem Dorf Tanken. Die Gastfreundschaft und das Essen sind Grossartig. Die Unterkünfte sind aus natürlichen Materialien gebaut und da es nur 4 Zimmer (pro Zimmer max. 4 Personen) hat ist der Resort nicht überfüllt. Die Ausflüge mit…

Visitors Review @ “Mon Chasha”

Visitors Book :: Mon Chasha Compilation still running.   On 3rd December 2016 Pradyut Kr Sarkar Wrote: We had a wonderful stay here. Food, hospitality and the ambience are superb. Thanks to Debjani Basu for her concept.   On 3rd December 2016 Baishali Sarkar Wrote: Beautiful experience. Good Service. Suggestion: We had a boat ride….

“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…

monchasha :: report from outlook

In changeful Bengal, take a trip closer to the grassroots. Mon Chasha, in East Midnapore, is a miniature rural tourism resort on the banks of the Bagda, a few hours from Kolkata. Here you will be housed in bamboo huts thatched with hogla, erected and decorated solely by local crafters and artisans, using native vegetation—bamboo,…

Guest Reviews :: monchasha

“Monchasha……. definately a heaven on earth… a place where you re-discover yourself…” If you are a person who can communicate with mother nature in her language, Monchasha is the perfect place for you…refreshing, serene, peaceful. the place where you can re-discover your own swwet self in the cradle of mother nature. It has captured the…

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…

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….

what visitors say about “mon chasha”

On 30th September 2012 Mr. Devraj, Ms. Mehr And Mrs. Rinku Puri Wrote: Monchasha Was An Experience – Heart, Soul And Mind Touching. Nature At Its Best – Fresh, Pure And Beautiful.  Accommodation – Wow! People Smiling, Welcoming, Caring And Kind. Excellent Hospitality. Food That Is Fresh, Appealing, Cooked To Perfection. Every Meal Was A…

monchasha mindcrafts

these are rural arts of midnapore district of bengal, india. the base is water hyacinth plates & the pictures are drawn by the rural artists of habichak village, p.s. chandipur, east midnapore, bengal.

Lac Art of Bengal @ “monchasha” – a small try

the artform originated from midnapore district of west bengal which is now almost an extinct art. “monchasha” is trying to develop the craft of making lacquered items popular and saleable lac dolls of bengal. the dolls are small ritual or animal figures, two to six inches in height, simply styled in baked clay and hand…

“pot-chitro” @ “monchasha”

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….