Initiated and developed by AIM – Art Illuminates Mankind, a social welfare organization for the artisans; Moram Art, Craft & Wellness Centre is located in a picturesque village named Debanandapur near Shantiniketan in Bengal.
Spread across 3 acres of lush green habitat and beautifully landscaped eco-friendly environment, Moram is aesthetically designed within rural backdrop, earthen architecture and eco-sustainable natural materials sourced from nearby villages. Moram is simply a village within a village; an experience to reconnect one’s soul with Mother Earth.
Explore the richly draped traditions and cultures of rural India, perfectly blended through the simplicity of living in specially crafted eco-friendly mud houses.
Enriched with special features like organic vegetation and farming, art and craft workshops, Deshaj handicraft store, organic café and restaurant, village tours, traditional folk music, tribal dance shows and more to explore.
Deshaj or indigenous; is like the tree of evolution whose roots travel deep into the history of Indian art, craft and culture. Every product has its own story, divine simplicity, purity and an essence of handmade identity.
Trains are available daily from Howrah and Sealdah which takes almost 4 to 5 hours to reach Bolpur or Prantik, being more nearer to Moram. It is recommended that train ticket bookings are made few days prior so as to experience a comfortable journey.
If you are planning to drive down by a car then the route is highway road via Shaktigarh, which takes nearly 4 to 5 hours to reach Moram. It is recommended that speed limit should be under control while you drive through highway road for a safe and comfortable journey.