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.Continue reading “potua card collection @ “mon chasha””

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 toContinue reading “BHIM PUJA :: a rural festival of bengal”

zero carbon footprint

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.   “monContinue reading “zero carbon footprint”

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 AContinue reading “what visitors say about “mon chasha””

support mindcrafts @ monchasha

These are promising handicraft artists of Village Paushi, East Midnapore. We are supporting them directly. Please be with us. Support Ecotourism. Thanks.      

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.