Vacationers going to Tagore's Ashrama can get guides from the passageway of Rabindra Bhaban or Uttarayan Complex. In 1863, this zone saw its first building being developed, which was a guesthouse built by Rabindranath Tagore's dad Maharshi Devendranath Tagore. This guesthouse was named Santiniketan, which steadily turned into the name of the whole region. The withdrawal was shaped by Maharshi Devendranath Tagore in 1888 with the assistance of a Trust Deed.
The most famous structures related with the Tagore family are Dehali, Santiniketan Building, Nutan Bari, and so on. Amra Kunja or the mango forest is where significant capacities and school classes are held and even couple of organizations of the Viswa Bharati are arranged here. Since classes in Santiniketan are for the most part held outside, guests are not permitted to stroll into these territories. On the eastern side of this withdrawal, there is a tremendous banyan tree on a ridge, which was the favored spot of Maharshi Devendranath Tagore. This ashrama is open each day with the exception of Wednesday.