Monchasha was really a great experience. Perfect for peaceseeker who would love to experience rural Bengal amidst quiet nature. Pretty refreshing environment. Quite well maintained. The food was great, delicious and served in an authentic manner.
nstances of fading artforms include Lac Dolls (sculpting brightly coloured theme-based dolls from lac), Pata (Poto) Chitro (Mainly practised by Patuas – an art of presenting stories with rural based songs and the form is accompanied by paintings made on cloth, scrolls), Nokshi-kantha (stitching on quilts – mostly by aged women of bengal).
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.Continue reading “Visitors Review @ “Mon Chasha””
These are promising handicraft artists of Village Paushi, East Midnapore. We are supporting them directly. Please be with us. Support Ecotourism. Thanks.