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Home Stay at Ekdalia Road, Kolkata.

Private room in house hosted by Eleena
2 guests1 bedroom0 beds1 private bathroom
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This place isn’t suitable for children under 12 and the host doesn’t allow pets or parties.
A furnished AC room located in a quiet and posh neighborhood of Ekdalia Road, at the heart of the city. For women, family and couple ( not for unmarried couples). Close to Metro, Railway station and all sorts of public transports, market places, shopping malls, Nationalized and foreign banks with ATM, foreign exchange burros.

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Wifi
Free parking on premises
Hair dryer
Dryer
Iron
Hangers
Air conditioning
Dedicated workspace
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide alarm
Unavailable: Smoke alarm

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4.72 out of 5 stars from 54 reviews

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Kolkata, West Bengal, India

It is a nice calm and quiet middle class and upper middle class non inter-fearing neighbor hood who would not disturb on individual privacy. people can speak and understand English more or less every where. People are nice,have welcoming and helping attitudes to wards guests. Indians love foreigners for social interaction. According to Traditional Indian concept Guests are like God to us." Atithi Deba Bhaba ". Considerable safe streets and neighbor-hood for women visitors during evenings and late evenings.

Hosted by Eleena

Joined in January 2016
  • 70 Reviews
Self Introduction I am an artist based in Kolkata. I did my graduation and post graduation from Kala Bhavan, Shantiniketan, of Visva Bharati University. Later on I studied at the Glasgow School of Art, UK with a Charles Wallace India Trust scholarship as a visiting MFA student. I also received the National Scholarship and Junior Fellowship from the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Department of Culture, Government of India during my academic years. Until now I have received some awards including the President of India’s Silver plaque and the Governor’s gold medal from the Academy of Fine Arts, Kolkata. I had about 32 solo exhibitions in different cities of India and abroad including New Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata, London, Glasgow, Moscow etc. I have also participated in a number of group shows at Calcutta, Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, London and New York. This is a visual artists house with some painted furniture's and objects, sculptures and paintings. Every small little space of the house is decorated in a very artistic way with a creative, personal touche.Every corner of the house is done with great care and love, with very tender personal feeling like home made food. It gives you lot of positive energy as it is a south facing house of a centralized position with big doors and windows. The house gets lots of day light and air. Although it is Air conditioned yet the doors and windows are designed in such a way so that it gets cross ventilation from all directions. It is a white colored house which also gives a very sophisticated and dignified feelings. House History: It is a 77 years old house. It was my maternal Grand -parent’s house. My maternal Grand -mother was the daughter of writer Late Jogindra Nath Sarkar, the famous Bengali writer for children. My grand mothers music instrument (Organ), gifted by his father on her wedding is still there in our house. Writer Jogindra Nath Sarkar was Dr. Nil Ratan Sarkar’s younger brother. My mother’s maternal uncle was famous statistician Prasanta Chandra Mahalanobish. Former freedom fighter turned famous philosopher Shree Aurobindo (Ghosh) was my mother’s paternal uncle. My maternal family was a famous family; many of the forefathers had great contribution to the 19th century Bengal Renaissance. This is the 150th birth anniversary of writer Jogindra Nath Sarkar. He was born on 28th October 1866. Originally they were immigrants from Jassore, which was part of India before independence. Now it belongs to Bangla Desh. My maternal Grand- father Nirmal Chandra De built this house with great love for his wife Bina and at the end of his life he gifted this house to his youngest daughter Sukla (my mother). I live with my mother and daughter in this house. Women of four generations including my four and a half years little daughter living in this house.
Self Introduction I am an artist based in Kolkata. I did my graduation and post graduation from Kala Bhavan, Shantiniketan, of Visva Bharati University. Later on I studied at the G…
During your stay
Inter action with guest is always available, we are always there to help you out through out your stay. Guided city tour facilities on demand with payment, television with cable TV access on demand with payment, Special high speed internet speed booster on payment. Car rental and parking facilities available.
Inter action with guest is always available, we are always there to help you out through out your stay. Guided city tour facilities on demand with payment, television with cable TV…
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House rules
Not suitable for children and infants
No pets
No parties or events
Smoking is allowed
Health & safety
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Airbnb's social distancing and other COVID-19-related guidelines apply
Carbon monoxide alarm not reported. Show more
Smoke alarm not reported. Show more
Security Deposit – if you damage the home, you may be charged up to £63
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