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””
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.Continue reading “potua card collection @ “mon chasha””
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.
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 handContinue reading “Lac Art of Bengal @ “monchasha” – a small try”