Reservation +91 33 4040 4040


38 Dwelling units located in Surabhi and 26 units at the Shimana Complex at Raichak-on-Ganges. Developed along the lines of vacation or weekend retreats. With a personal garden to enjoy the greenery.

Built around lemon, palm and frangipani groves, these homes will be ensconced within the thicket. Enveloped by the humming of the crickets and the drone of the bees amidst pervading calm. Soothing the senses.

G+1 and G+2 dwelling units | 1/2/3 BHK homes | Personal garden | Functional living spaces with an old world feel


Raichak on Ganges
GGL Hotel and Resort Company Limited 86C, Vishwakarma, Topsia Road (South), Kolkata, West Bengal 700046
Phone : +91 33 4040 4040

Channa Daswatte

“In an age of environmental concern, Ganga Kutir Residency has used recycled bricks from old materials, enhancing its character. The property suggests that architecture married to nature can be the ‘refreshing change’ that we are seeking in our lives.”

MICD Associates is an architectural design firm that was formed in 1997 by Channa Daswatte and Murad Ismail, who met while working for Geoffrey Bawa Associates. They create architecture appropriate to site, climate and culture, using materials of everyday construction, including freely available industrial materials. Channa Daswatte graduated from the University of Moratuwa in 1987 and worked in the practice of C. Anjalendran. Thereafter, he pursued a postgraduate diploma in architecture at the University College, London, 1990, followed by a Master of Architecture in advanced architectural studies at the University of London in 1991. He then joined the Architectural Consultancy of Geoffrey Bawa in 1991 and was involved in several projects including the Kandalama Hotel and the new residence for the President of Sri Lanka. He was made a Director / Partner of Geoffrey Bawa Associates Private Limited in 1997. He co-founded MICD Associates and partnered Murad Ismail from 1997 onwards.

He was also a lecturer and year person at the Colombo School of Architecture from 1992 to 2001 and a lecturer at the University of Moratuwa from 2002 to 2004. His literary achievements comprise contributions to magazines on architecture and style and writing of the book Sri Lanka Style with photographs by Dominic Sansoni.