|Address:||Fatepur to Itahar, Road, Mahishbathan, West Bengal 733132|
|How to go:||Avail Gour express(from Sealdah) or Radhikapur exp. (from Kolkata railway station), your destination will be Kaliyaganj Station. From Kaliyaganj take a toto or walk down to the Kaliagunj post office or Boyra kali temple. From there you will get bus or tracker, which takes around 35 min to reach the destination and passes through Fatehpur.|
|Pros:||Good communication, simplicity among local people, road condition|
|Cons:||Lack of Food shop|
|What to visit ?||Village and artists' home and the art fair organised in November every year.|
|Company:||People who understand and love the art and culture of Bengal|
|Minimum day/time to visit:||1 full day|
|More Information:||About Mukha
Basically Gamari wood is being used to make this craft. This wood is a bit costly but best for making Mukha. Because this wood is mostly protected from the woodworm and can be kept lifelong without any maintenance. But they have to import it now a days due to lack of availability, hence they sometimes use Jackfruit tree wood or Mango wood and process them to form Mukha musk.
Chandan RoyPosted on: 30th Nov, 2018
Your representation is very good and photographs are excellent, goahed.