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Prakriti Bhavan

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Prakriti Bhavan

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Amar kutir Road Bolpur, Santiniketan India
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1Night 2Days Tour of Shantiniketan from Kolkata
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Shantiniketan is a popular tourist enchantment of international fame. It is a famous cultural and historical past area of historical significance. Rabindranath lived here and penned lots of his literary classics (specifically Tagore songs, poems, novels, and so on. The Shantiniketan campus is adorned by awesome sculptures, frescoes, murals, and artwork of Rabindranath, Nandalal Bose, Ramkinkar, Binodbehari Mukhopadhyay and others. Birbhum District, where the Shantiniketan is positioned, is likewise well-known for its fairs and fairs like Poush Mela (December), Basanta Utsav (Holi) in March and the famous mystic Baul Singers. Bengali New year and Rabindra Janmotsav, the birthday rite of Kobiguru Rabindra Nath are celebrated inside the Bengali month of Boisakh with super cultural fervor. Briksharopan, The pageant of Planting Saplings, and Halakarshan, The festival of Plowing the Fields, are celebrated on 22nd And 23rd day of Sravana (August).
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Arpan P wrote a review Feb 2021
Uttarpara Kotrung, India1,986 contributions53 helpful votes
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Katum Kutum, a term for those piece of branch of a tree or a stone who were deformed into form a kind. Like piece of wood or a branch of a tree faces the erosion of nature and sculped it inti a form of an animal. A piece of stone looks like a tortoise. The great sculpture is no one rather mother nature. This is a musume of such collections.Ticket price Rs 30 and camera charges Rs 20.Shyamal Bhattcharya the Man who will guide the visitors. This man translate Rabindrasangeet to Santali language. To provide our culture to those rural fellows.
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Date of experience: February 2021
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Dhiraj H wrote a review Feb 2020
Kolkata, India2,257 contributions249 helpful votes
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The Nature Art museum is a rather small set up located slightly away from town. You can park your car for free outside the premises. The entrance fee is Rs30.They also charge Rs 20 for photography from all groups. This place started by a foreign Nobel Laureate consist of the ground with some sculptures. There are two buildings housing natural sculptures made of wood and bronze. Some of the sculptures are really wonderful and you see how nature is such a good artiste. You have to remove your shoes before getting in the 4 small galleries ( non air conditioned)located in the two buildings.An adjacent pond( people were bathing) had lovely lilies. Wish the pond is acquired by the museum and maintained well. There is an ordinary cafe in the premises. The employees of the museum are friendly and took our feedback. You can consider this place as a getaway in case you get an overdose of Tagore in Shantiniketan.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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prashant_newaskar wrote a review Jan 2020
Dallas, Texas551 contributions34 helpful votes
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It is an intersection museum on the subject of relationship between man and nature by Nobel Laureate Ravindranath Tagore. Pieces of rock or portions of tree trunks or branches which resemble something like an animal, are displayed in the museum. Some catch your eye and imagination.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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stantp1916 wrote a review Jan 2020
Farakka, India1,247 contributions257 helpful votes
Wonderful collection of modern art. The ecstatic work of art will simply awe you. Some of them are carved out of stone, some pottery work, some even made out of wood. Entry is only 20 bucks, direction towards sonajhuri haat from the university campus, take a left. Worth a visit.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Culture783068 wrote a review Sep 2019
Santiniketan, India10 contributions3 helpful votes
This is a place to nourish your imagination and to witness the creativity of a sculptor whose instrument is nature.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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