Also known as Bargee Danga, Itachuna Rajbari’s name has been derived from Bargee that was given to Maratha looters by the Bengalis, who used to attack Bengal to collect Chauth, which was one-fourth of the tax to be paid by the Nawab of Bengal, Orissa and Bihar. Not just stay, it offers immersive experiences like the evening aarti or sandhya aaroti (in Bengali) – a tradition followed by almost all Bengali families, rural music programmes and other events. The rooms are named on familial relationships such as Ginni Maa, Boro Maa, Mejo Maa, Kaka Babu, Pishe Moshai and many more!
Tariff: INR 3,000/night onwards (excluding tax)
Sometimes it is good to relive the days we have only heard of, from our ancestors who were lucky enough to be a part of the past that shaped our current. Glimpsing through the pages of the past will help us protect our heritage and pass it on to our future generations to come – which is what these properties aim to achieve.
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