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P. C. Chandra Garden is committed to preserve the various aspects of the rich heritage of India with special emphasis on West Bengal, as the property is located in Kolkata.

P. C. Chandra Garden organizes various events to promote art & crafts, dance, drama, music, folk arts & dances, cuisines, lifestyle, handicrafts, literature, cinema and different expositions that bring out the unique oneness in our country against the background of diversity in lifestyle and customs in the different regions.

P. C. Chandra Garden celebrates different holidays, festivals, etc. in the form of cultural functions to impart a flavour of national integration, as well as to promote talents from far and near.

IMPORTANT EVENTS

2014-15

Event: FLOWER SHOW 2015

Date: 9th & 10th January 2015

Venue: The Maple

The 2 days Flower Show was inaugurated by renowned Actress Gargi Roy Chowdhuri. More than 100 children from various NGOs such as Ektara, Tiljala Primary School, Monovikas Kendra, United Basti Development, SHIRC (Speech & Hearing Institute Research Centre) etc. were present at the inauguration and for whom, Magic Show and Sit & Draw Competition were organized.

2015-16

Event: EK GUCHCHO SANTINIKETAN

Date: 15th April 2015

Venue: The Tulip

Poila Baishak 1422 (Bengali New Year) was celebrated in Santiniketan style, with Rabindrasangeet & Dance, Recitation, Esraj play, Santhali Dance by Artistes from Santiniketan and Baul Song by Gautam Das Baul. A replica of Sonajhuri's Haat was created by Artisans from Santiniketan. The Chief Guest was eminent Author Buddhadeb Guha.

Event: CHALO POTOL TULI

Date: 19th July 2015

Venue: The Tulip

A Drama by Charbak, a reputed Theatre Group, starring eminent Actors Sabyasachi Chakraborty & Arindam Ganguly.

Event: BRIKKHOROPON UTSAB

Date: 9th August 2015

Venue: The Maple

Brikkhoropon (Tree Plantation Festival) was celebrated in Santiniketan style, with Rabindrasangeet & Dance, Recitation and Baul Song by Artistes from Santiniketan. A replica of Sonajhuri's Haat was created by Artisans from Santiniketan. The Chief Guest was eminent Author Sirshendu Mukhopadhyay.