“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.
“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.
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.
keeping in mind the local climatic
condition we have used local products as hogla, khor (straw), bans
(bamboo), tal (palm tree), jhau (tamarisk) which made “mon chasha” more
eco-friendly. according to the local experience both hogla and khor have
a natural power to control the room temperature. as we use, we have
already planted new palm plants & bamboo grove over and near the project
site for providing a comfortable shady area and maintaining the balance
of ecological replacement. using 100% local labour & artisans we have
tried to focus upon the rural development & positive poverty alleviation
There is a three block open area where authentic bengali dishes will be
main items for the restro menu. for example ghee bhat, kolmi/laalsaak,
goynabori, chachchari, ghanto, khichuri, labra, murighanto, chhnechki,
hanser dimmer dalna, chokka, ambol, chachchori, macher jhol, kosha
murgir mangsho, chatni – achar – tok, papad, puli pithe – notun gurer
payes – rossogolla may take place over at your dining platter. with the
above list other items can also be arranged as per the market
availablity for your satisfaction.”we have developed four octagonal
bamboo huts, fully covered with local hogla leaves, straw thatched roof
and windows with north south cross ventilation. attached bath area with
all modern amenities, local styled bamboo furniture, general utility
tools, neatly crafted river facing verandah and common areas will
certainly please your mind.
Angling is one of the major activity.
Demonstration of fish netting going on
Purchasing local handicraft items
directly from local artisans.