MonChasha :: a rural tourism initiative

“mon chasha” is our latest rural based sustainable ecotourism module operating with social responsibility over at village paushi, east midnapore


mon chasha” is our latest rural based sustainable ecotourism module operating with social responsibility over at village paushi, east midnapore. “mon chasha” is a blend of authentic village culture, pure earthen tradition, cultural heritage of a speed less rural life and a true sentiment of natural india.

we are doing comprehensive research in finding out of suitable locations for village tourism, database of like minded tourists & their expectations, demarcate roles and responsibilities among various stakeholders, complete package to the guest families, scientific product development, provision and management of infrastructure, accommodation and food facilities, promotional plans and more importantly about the role of community for the strategic implementation of project.

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Bamboo Cottages of Monchasha Rural Tourism
  • CHECK IN TIME: 12 NOON

  • CHECK OUT TIME: 10 AM

The Tariff of Monchasha Rural Tourism Project

  • NAC Bamboo Cottage [02 – 04 person occupancy] :: Rs. 3500 Only [EP]
  • Extra Adult  :: Rs.500 Only [EP] / Free Stay For Children Below 10 Yrs (Sharing)
  • Full day Food Course By Fixed Menu:: Rs.1260/- only Per Head
  • Kids (below 5 years) pay the actual on spot
  • Driver’s Stay & Food:: Rs.900/- only or Rs.1350/- (Guest Type Food)
  • Pet Allowance:: Rs.500 Only [Per Pet Per Day]

This tariff is valid till 30th September 2020

Transfers / Pickup / Drop

  • Pick up / drop from Kalinagar Bus stop @ 400/- (one way)
  • Pick up / drop from Contai / Kathi Rail Station @ 800/- (one way)
  • Pick up / drop from Digha Rail Station @ 1800/- (one way)
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Room interior of Monchasha Rural Tourism Project

“mon chasha” is a journey, a theme of consciousness in global tourism arena by creating a sustainable ecotourism module with social responsibility, based on rural bengal.

Ecotourism Aspects of Monchasha (Click on the links below):

Q: Why we create MonChasha?

Q: Where is MonChasha?

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View From The Private Balcony

Regarding Bank deposit please follow instructions as mentioned below:-

Deposit Cheque or transfer the money digitally over our current account

  • Bank: State Bank of India
  • Branch: Middleton Street Branch, Kolkata 700071
  • Account Name: MONCHASHA
  • Account Number: 37046599777
  • RTGS / NEFT / IFSC /Code: SBIN0003762

(Please intimate us immediately after any deposit)

  • 100% payment is required for final reservation
  • Before 10 days reservation can not be altered & cancelled
  • In any case booking amount is not refundable
  • In general case food package starts from lunch & end by next day breakfast

Kolkata Reservation Office: (Own Property)

  • Sikkim Commerce House, 4/1 Middleton Street, Ground Flr, Kolkata 700071, Bengal.
  • Landline Telephone: +91 33 40010180
  • Mobile Contact: +91 98310.95234, +91 94774.76376, +91 9830203973
  • Email ID: monchasha@gmail.com
  • Website: www.monchasha.in

We hereby request you for your personal presence over at “monchasha” which will surely recharge our endeavour. according to our confidence this model of tourism – “monchasha” will certainly uphold the flag of west bengal tourism in the hospitality sector.

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~ see you at monchasha ~

Bengal :: History

The State has the alluvial plains known as the “dooars” in the South & the mountainous Himalaya in the North. The diversed geography of Bengal is always fascinating. The Darjeeling district is known as her scenic beauty & the tea. The dence forest region of Dooars is renowned by its collection of rich flora & fauna. The alluvial plains in the South are the basin of river Damodar, also known as the “Sorrow Of Bengal”. Other main rivers are Ganga & Hoogly. The coastal fringes of Midnapore have a curios mix of large shifting sand dunes & marshes. The district 24 pargana (South) has Sundarbans, the largest delta consists of swamps, quick sand & thick, impenetrable mangrove forest belt.


The region has its beginning in the Vedic times and was known as Vanga. The Aryans settled here after the Vedic period and many principalities and kingdoms were formed. The dynasties of Palas, the Pundras, Guptas, Mauryas and the Sens ruled over the region before the Mughals took control. The strategic location led to trade with the South East Asian countries especially Cambodia, Thailand and Myanmar. Muslim influence was responsible for a rich culture and art. The ease of access brought the Portuguese, Dutch and French influence to its art and culture. The British successfully brought the modern education to Bengal and to this date, Calcutta has been considered the land of intelligentsia. No wonder that most of the Nobel Prizes for India have come from this State; Tagore, Bhabha, Mother Teresa and Amartya Sen.

The State has the alluvial plains known as the “dooars” in the South & the mountainous Himalaya in the North. The diversed geography of Bengal is always fascinating. The Darjeeling district is known as her scenic beauty & the tea. The dence forest region of Dooars is renowned by its collection of rich flora & fauna. The alluvial plains in the South are the basin of river Damodar, also known as the “Sorrow Of Bengal”. Other main rivers are Ganga & Hoogly. The coastal fringes of Midnapore have a curios mix of large shifting sand dunes & marshes. The district 24 pargana (South) has Sundarbans, the largest delta consists of swamps, quick sand & thick, impenetrable mangrove forest belt.

The history of Bengal is intertwined with the history of the broader Indian subcontinent and the surrounding regions of South Asia and Southeast Asia. It includes modern-day Bangladesh and the Indian states of West Bengal, Tripura and Assam’s Karimganj district, located in the eastern part of the Indian subcontinent, at the apex of the Bay of Bengal and dominated by the fertile Ganges delta. The advancement of civilisation in Bengal dates back four millennia. The region was known to the ancient Greeks and Romans as Gangaridai, a powerful kingdom whose elephant forces led the withdrawal of Alexander the Great from Eastern India. The Ganges and the Brahmaputra rivers act as a geographic marker of the region, but also connects the region to the broader Indian subcontinent. Bengal, at times, has played an important role in the history of the Indian subcontinent. – WIKI

The area’s early history featured a succession of Indian empires, internal squabbling, and a tussle between Hinduism and Buddhism for dominance. Ancient Bengal was the site of several major Janapadas (kingdoms), while the earliest cities date back to the Vedic period. A thalassocracy and an entrepôt of the historic Silk Road, Ancient Bengal established colonies on Indian Ocean islands and in Southeast Asia; had strong trade links with Persia, Arabia and the Mediterranean that focused on its lucrative cotton muslin textiles. The region was part of several ancient pan-Indian empires, including the Mauryans and Guptas. It was also a bastion of regional kingdoms. The citadel of Gauda served as capital of the Gauda Kingdom, the Buddhist Pala Empire (eighth to 11th century) and Hindu Sena Empire (11th–12th century). This era saw the development of Bengali language, script, literature, music, art and architecture

RESERVATION

We are Registered with Department of Tourism, Government of West Bengal. Authorised Marketing Agent (AMA) of West Bengal Tourism Development Corporation – WBTDC, &  Benfish-in-Tourism (Fishery Dept. Lodges). We are also approved by Ministry of Tourism, Govt. of India

We are registered with ADTOI, IATO and TAAB