Kolkata-based land major HILAND GROUP is tying up with one of India’s best-known craftsmen, Paresh Maity, to set up Bonochhaya, a Rs 100-crore signature Tagore-enlivened land venture at Santiniketan.
The task imagines setting up manors and column houses in a 12-section of land gated group. It is arranged on the fundamental Ilambazar-Santiniketan Road only a couple of kilometers from Visva Bharati and is adjoining BITM. In the first stage, the undertaking will have 35 selective manors and 167 column houses which will cost between Rs 30 lakh to Rs 55 lakh.
“This is the nation’s first venture in which a craftsman of Paresh Maity’s stature will be straightforwardly included in the conceptualization and style. Tenants of Bonochhaya will have the capacity to appreciate the craftsman’s imaginative vision with establishments and shared spaces showcasing extraordinary centerpieces,” said Mr Nandu Belani, Director of the Hiland Group.
“Santiniketan is in my blood. Craftsmanship is an essential part of Bonochhaya. I have been profoundly roused by Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore and I want to pay tribute to the virtuoso in his own particular area in my own particular manner – through my craft. I plan to utilize a considerable measure of locally accessible materials and showcase neighborhood ability in Bonochhaya through extensive size establishments, wall paintings and so forth. This will be an one-of-its-kind task,” said Paresh Maity.
For epicureans, Bonochhaya will offer a veritable workmanship stroll through Paresh Maity’s oeuvre, with portrayals that embellish the region around the name Bonochhaya, and wall paintings and establishments all round for inhabitants to appreciate. Maity’s Tagore-propelled manifestations will give the inhabitants organization in the sitting zones. A treat for the faculties, these artistic creations and models will bode well and excite craftsmanship partners and make a rich social environment.