Kolkata welcomes a lot of visitors and foreign tourists throughout the year who tours almost all the notable places listed on the tourist map.
Located off Eastern Metropolitan Bypass on Maulana Abul Kalam Azad Sarani (Narkeldanga), Swabhumi is a zone earmarked for cultural and art exhibits and a unique place for gathering atop a mound surrounded by beautiful landscaped gardens.
Overall the plaza has been created in a way to give the tourists a glimpse of architecture in 19th century Bengal.
Accessible from both northern and southern ends of the city through Metro railway and local train service and public transport, Swabhumi is a destination for hosting innumerable cultural events and parties and corporate events as well.
There are several zones inside the heritage plaza including a traditional crafts village called Shilpgram, a food court named Santushti serving cuisines from different states of India, Sambhar –an urban zone, a party zone called Sabhaghar for hosting events, Meena Bazar which showcases a variety of crafted jewelry and an astrology zone.
From the moment a person enters Swabhumi, one will be enchanted by the magnificent display of art exhibits throughout the expanse; crafted wooden artifacts and bamboo furniture and wares, Gond and Madhubani paintings.
Swabhumi is a hub for designer boutiques and handlooms and hand-woven garments, furnishings and wrought iron home decors, silk, jute fabrics and artifacts. The added attraction is a store by designer Sarbari Dutta.
Other attractions are collectibles like Dokra craft, a specialty of Bengal, printed sarees and kurtas, footwear made from jute and the list goes on. Meena Bazar displaying unique and exotic traditional and handcrafted jewelry collections and Kaarigar Haat delights a tourist with variety of wares displayed by artisans and ready for sale along with entertaining traditional musical performances.