September to April
Two most sensational happening may attract your soul..
Poush Mela :Held in the biting cold of December in Santiniketan it is nature’s gift at its best combined with the splendor of what is probably India’s first internationally renowned rural fair initiated by the bard Rabindranath
Tagore. If you have a passion for crafts, paintings, junk jewellery, tribal and folk dances, Baul music and food this annual extravaganza is for you. Shop till you tire, then join the midnight madness of the Bauls and enjoy authentic hot international flavors like Thai, Mexican, Tibetan and Chinese before cherishing the wilderness of the place sipping coffee from the veranda of your hotel!
Basanta Utsav : Held in the month of March, this is the best Spring season you can get. Start your day with a bathe before sunrise and join devotees from various religious communities in the procession that descends at the Prayer Hall chanting hymns of pantheism and panentheism. Soak yourself in the meditative temperament of the Prayer Hall a treat to the eyes. Built by Maharishi Devendranath Tagore to celebrate ancient India’s truly secular Vedic spirit of Atmatattava as stated in the Rig Veda.
Visit the the Basant Utsav ground to witness a colorful spectacle of Rabindrasangeet and Rabindranrtitya and relive the intellectual and cultural traditions of the Ashrama. By the time you leave the lyrical magic of “Ore Grihobasi ” to ” Jao jao jougo ebar, jabar age rangie die jao” will be reverberating in your heart.
Every respective season has there own uniqueness and identity. Keeping that in mind Tagore has thread in few more festivals which are now become tradition of
holokorshon and bikkhoropon
25 e baisakh.
"サンティニケタン良い場所、良い人々は、彼らを愛しました。, Santiniketan good place , good people , loved them ."
"Explored Tagor's culture with Santiniketan holiday team: Loved them"
"Great place, Great people, Great cooperation. Strongly recommend"
- Anshuman Mohanty