Indian vernacular architecture the informal, functional architecture of structures, often in rural areas of India, built of local materials and designed to meet the needs of the local people. Architecture provides a sense of place and support of all types of human activity. Architecture helps the man-made fit in harmony with the environment while promoting health and well-being, enriching lives aesthetically and spiritually, providing economic opportunities, and creating a legacy that reflects and symbolizes culture and traditions.
Tour based on Art – Architecture – Design
Here is a technique for building walls using natural raw materials such as earth, chalk, lime or gravel. It is an ancient building method that has seen a revival in recent years. For millennia men proved that they could live in a sustainable way. They used to live in harmony with mother nature. They made use of it, yet respected it. People used earth as a raw material with sensitivity. Please go through this slideshow for a home in Purulia district of West Bengal (Bangla), India.
Wall painting is a style of tribal art mostly created by the tribal people from the different places in India. There are several styles / motifs of wall paint and the timings of new paint is also different from each other. There are stories related to this tribal art which is still practiced today. Let us go through these slide shows one by one, where you can explore the traditional style of art, culture of a community.
We arrange experential tour based on art-architecture, as per your time schedule, interest and theme selection.
“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.
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)
“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):
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.