Darjeeling Chowrasta is a historical public square, a Victorian hill resort town in West Bengal. 18th-century residents and visitors congregated at this fashionable meeting place in the heart of the city. Located on the Darjeeling hill range, the area has become the best tourist place to visit in Darjeeling. It is a favorite gathering place for locals.
“Chow” means “Four”, and “Rasta” means “Road,” so there are four roads. On Nehru Road, you’ll find all of the best tourist shops and Bhutia stalls. On the Dr. Zakir Hussain Road, a bustling local market area connects it to Nehru Road. The road joined Observatory Hill’s Mall Road. It circles the hill and returns from the other side.
Many Sellers selling clothes & foods in this area. Along with the Chowrasta are the main attractions in this area. Beautiful mountain views and a musical fountain await you at Brabourne Park. At Darjeeling, you can either relax on the roadside benches or take a horse ride for a memorable experience.
Hawa Ghar in Darjeeling Chowrasta
During the peak season, Hawa Ghar uses for cultural performances, including Nepali dance and music. People watch the shows while sitting or standing on the ground in the mall. Lower space is for preparations and as a kitchen to prepare food for sale to the audience. It is an elevated platform facing the mall. Darjeeling’s ministers and dignitaries use the Hawa Ghar to deliver political speeches.