Kenduli Eco Village

River, mud huts, folk songs. Kenduli offers a spiritual journey towards life | Nomadic Weekends

Kenduli, a peaceful eco-village stay in close proximity to nature

Have you heard of Kenduli? the place is famous as the birthplace of Poet Jaidev. The city-life bound by routine is often tiring. It can drain away the enthusiasm and the soul of a person. Consequently, you need to recharge the brain cells in a pastoral environment and fill your lungs with fresh oxygen.

Jaydev Kenduli, a small village in Birbhum district offers just that, and then some more. The place is famous as the birthplace of the poet Jayadeva, who wrote “Gita Govindam”. On the banks of the Ajay River, the property is certainly set in the abode of nature. The calming sunset complements the serene ambience. Stay in the mud huts or tents and enjoy the gastronomic meals included in the package. In addition to this, visit the nearby historical temples and lose yourself with the Baul melodies over a bonfire. This place offers a chance to see your own self reflected in nature.

Accommodation: In our Kenduli property, there are 2 quadruple rooms, 1 triple bedded room and 1 double bedded rooms are there. About 20 adults can stay here easily.

Check-In: 10:00 AM
Check Out: 10:00 AM

Outdoor Activity:

River Activity : The River in Kenduli flows just beside this property. Bathe in the river, or spend the fishing in it. The property can arrange for fishing gears if needed. This will certainly take your urban agonies away.

Trekking and Local Hike : Take a stroll on the banks of the River in the afternoon to see the magnificent sunset. You can also see the nearby village and their calm lifestyle.

Yoga and Meditation : The property arranges Yoga session for the guests in the courtyard.  If you are spiritually inclined, you will love this experience in the early morning.

Farm Visit : The foods are grown in an organic way in the farm beside the property. You may visit the place and see the garden.

Baul Song and Bonfire : If the guest’s request, the property arranges for a bonfire session along with Baul songs. The melody and the deep message of the songs touch the heart of listeners.

Birding : The surrounding forest is the home of many birds. If you get up early in the morning and walk around, you can get a glimpse of the beautiful wings. The common birds include the bar-headed goose, gadwall, bee-eater, quail, jungle fowl, grebe, nightjar, partridge, oriole, nightjar etc.

Nearby Attractions:

Radha Binod Temple : It is a beautiful temple near the property, in Kenduli. This temple is dedicated to Lord Krishna. It was built in 1683, by the Maharani of Burdwan on the request of the poet Jayadeva. It is famous for the beautiful terracotta curving on the walls.

Mama Bhagne Hills : Mama Bhagne Paharh is a hillock near Dubrajpur town of Birbhum. Here you will find numerous natural boulders of spherical shape. Moreover, the balanced granite rocks is a sight to behold. It is also a popular picnic spot. There is a lord Shiva temple in the base of the mountain.

Bakreswar Hot Spring : Bakreswar is a temple and hot spring near this place. It is one of the Shaktipeeths in West Bengal. Here the devotees worship Devi in MashishasuraMardini form. People flock to the hot spring because they believe that it can cure diseases.

Best Time to Visit:

The best season to visit Birbhum is the winter i.e. from November to early March. The weather remains comfortable and the sun comes out. It is perfect to visit the monuments and natural beauty of the place. Summer is harsh and the temperature rises. Monsoon turns the barren landscape into a verdure work of art, but the road condition is bad in some places during the time.

How to Reach:

Rail : The nearest rail-station is Rajbandh. It is nearly 25 km which takes around 50 minutes to reach.

Air : The nearest airport is Dumdum or Netaji Subhas ChandraBose International Airport. The property is 186 km away and it takes 3 hour 30 minutes to reach.

Road : From Kolkata, the property is approximately 188 km away. It takes around 4 hours to reach by NH-19

Pocket Pinch:

Cost : INR 1550 + 5% GST per day per head including all meals.

Child Policy:
Babies between 1 to 5 years are complimentary
Charges of Toddlers between 6 to 9 years will be half price
Charges for kids above 10 years is INR 1450 + 5% GST per day per head


Other interesting places you can visit on Weekends :    Mousuni Island Stay,    Chandpur Village Resort,    Katwa Jol Bari,    Asan Nagar Farm House


We’re ready to help you with planning your weekend.    Enquire Now.

1 review

  1. I visited the place on 21-Sept-2019 for 1 night. The place is really nice and calm. The staff behaviour is very nice. The food is like very homely. The room and attached bathroom are neat and clean.
    This place holds the natural beauty of rural area. One who wants to spend rural calmness and beauties, must visit here.
    I have chosen the time to see the Kash Flowers beside the Ajay river bank and the place have not failed me. Lot of local birds are seen in the morning which seem missing these days from nearer to urban area.

    I find only one drawback though that cannot be a reason for avoiding the place. The final 500 meter’s (May be even less than 500 meter) road condition is terrible. I hope it should be improved pretty soon.

Rate and write a review

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

five × five =

Book This Place

Child Policy

Created by potrace 1.10, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2011