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Welcome To Bhorer Alo reception cottage. A genuine touch of cordiality assures you of the great time ahead at Bhorer
Alo. Here you sign yourself into the heaven of peace and beauty you always wanted as yours. As you get here the
beautiful key to your room, you'd look twice at it. Meandering pathways through a lush green garden take you leisurely to
your cottage. Your unhurried eyes absorb the unearthly beauty of the Resort. The Resort breathes of the spiritual bondage.
Thinking of a getaway? Come to Bhorer Alo. Enjoy the inner beauty of tranquility as you stay here. We helps you to see
all the places you want to visit at Santiniketan. All that you have to do is ring up from your room to our travel desk.
Whenever you are in Santiniketan, be in Vorer Alo. It's a Santi Niketan within Santiniketan.

Shantiniketan (Bengali:
Shantiniketôn) is a small town near Bolpur in the Birbhum district of West Bengal,
India, approximately 180 kilometres north of Kolkata (formerly Calcutta). It was made famous by Nobel Laureate
Rabindranath Tagore, whose vision became what is now a university town (Visva-Bharati University) that attracts
thousands of visitors each year. Santiniketan is also a tourist attraction because Rabindranath Tagore wrote many of his
literary classics here, and his house is a place of historical importance.
Santiniketan has the distinct identity of culture and heritage, which gives the place a unique soft touch.Santineketan was
previously called Bhubandanga (named after Bhuban Dakat, a local dacoit). Tagore family came to be owned this place.
Rabindranath Tagore's father Maharshi Debendranath Tagore attracted by the beuty of this place and established
Saantiniketan in 1863. In 1901, At one stage he realized that plain Hinduism is not enough for the society, as he was
highly educated in Sanskrit, Arabic, Persian and many Western languages, he felt that Vedic teaching was supreme. He
started worshiping of "Nirakar Brahama" or the God without any face, as the people of Vedic era did.
This was some three thousand years ago, Maharshi Devendra Nath founded The Bhrahmo Samaj or the followers of God
without any face. This sect will have no Religion, no worshiping of Idol, preach non-violence, no sacrifice of animals,
birds in the temple premises, no caste system, every body will follow the life style as said in the Vedas. Joined him the
highly educated bangalies. Maharshi first built a place and used to prayer under Chhatim tree known as Chhatimtala. His
able son Gurudev Ravindra Nath Tagore also joined him soon. He set up Santiniketan in the year 1901.

OUR SPECIALITIES
Tribal Dance - Tribal dance can be arranged (on request) at the resort itself.Enjoy open air opera of Tribal Dances
in ethnic costumes in the Evening amidst lilting earthy tunes.

Open-Air Restaurant - Open Air Restaurant adds to the value of staying here.It's located in open lawns amidst beautiful
flowering.

Contact Us
City Office.
National Trading Co.
21, Chandney chowk (4th gate)
Kolkata- 700072
Phone : 033-2237-1264
http://www.bhoreralo.in


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