"Calcutta is not for everyone. You want your city clean and green, stick to Delhi. You want your city rich and impersonal, go to Bombay. You want them hi-tech and full of draught beer, Bangalore's your place. But if you want a city with a soul, come to Calcutta"- -- Vir Sanghvi

Kolkata - the 'City of Joy' and also the 'Paris of the East' is a joyful amalgamation of the orient and the occident, poetry and phuchka, creativity and culture. Her old colonial charm, rich intellectual heritage and incredibly warm hospitality make Kolkata a truly fascinating city.

If you are contemplating a visit to Kolkata, what can be better than the prospect of sharing space with the Chanda family at their 'Mirra homestay' - your 'home away from home'. 'Mirra homestay' is fast becoming the preferred homestay for tourists, students, researchers, and other professionals who come to stay in Kolkata for a period of time. Come to Kolkata and join the family now!

Indranil, a quintessential Bengali and your host, is an avid globe-trotter, having traveled to more than 40 countries. Indranil started 'Mirra homestay' as his new initiative with his mother Monidipa & his wife Nandini in 2016 with the objective of giving visitors access to homely, affordable and an educative option. 'Mirra homestay' is a place where you can truly enjoy the comfort and security of the Chanda family and experience their lifestyle firsthand! As our esteemed family member, at 'Mirra homestay' we spare no pains to make your stay special in every way.

At 'Mirra homestay' you can hope to savor a typical Bengali environment perfectly blended with all modern amenities. As a cherished member of the 'Mirra homestay' family, we will facilitate your desire to discover the myriad, must-see places in Bengal, help you learn Bengali and even teach you how to prepare lip smacking Bengali delicacies!

The best part of choosing to stay at 'Mirra homestay' apart from all its comforts and value-ads is of course its easy-to- reach, central location. 'Mirra homestay' is located very close to the Rabindra Sarovar Metro Station, in peaceful Swiss Park, a south Kolkata neighbourhood.