to organize a performing arts or literary workshop or want to creatively engage with an idea or just thinking of unwinding after a hard, long week, or want a taste of Bengal culture during your stay in Kolkata? Jalpath offers the perfect village setting, close and yet away from the city for such a seeking!
The aesthetcically decorated indoors in perfect sync with the oragnic natural outdoors. Nestled amidst verdant greens, just a few kilometers away from the dirt, grime and hustle-bustle of city life lies this perfect gateway for tired city souls.
which is merely nine kilometres from the edge of the city. As soon as you step into the space you will be greeted by the rustling leaves, chirping birds and flapping butterflies. Once you start following the curvy trail, four architectural splendours, each distinct in their make-ups and appearances extend their invitation. They make you curious, you venture them one by one only to be amazed by their quirky assortments and assertions.Read More
You are an explorer now, you wonder around and discover more – a weaving studio and a dyeing unit, a tiny pottery studio, a wood workshop, a metal workshop, a print-making unit, a dokra workshop, and an alluring elevated arena designated to host performances. Soon you realise that you are transported to a wonderland, something that, till yesterday, might have only existed in your imagination.
Jalpath, it is the place where all the amenities of modern day city life can be found in a rural setting. Out here, among the flora and fauna, you can catch up with the other side of your personality - your true self - as you do what you enjoy the most or listen to the birds singing - or just do nothing. Welcome to Jalpath.Read Less
Jalpath welcomes artists and other creative people from diverse streams of art to visit, stay, engage and work towards excelling their artistic expertise, experiment with various other materials, and make the best use of the facilities it offers for art creations. Jalpath also invites social work practitioners, nature lovers with creative bent of mind, and teachers and school/college children to visit, observe and engage, and try to render their creative fantasies in the natural setting.
The place, Jalpathis in Bantala in the East Calcutta Wetlands. It is on the way to Basanti – the gateway to the world’s largest Mangrove Forest – The Sundarbans, which was once part of a navigation route for national and international trade of spices and many other essential goods. Because of its proximity and connectivity to Sundarbans ..more