Girish Bhavan, located in the lap of nature is the administrative centre of Jana Sanskriti in Kolkata. Girish Bhavan is situated in a small village called Badu, 5 Km from Madhyamgram cross road. This centre derives her name from the father of Bengali theatre - Shri. Girish Chandra Ghosh. Girish Bhavan houses 4 different spaces –
BINODINI MONCHO, BOAL AUDITORIUM, AMULYA GANGULY MEMORIAL LIBRARY, HOSTEL FACILITIES. Read more about them here.
An "open stage" in Digambarpur village, South 24 Parganas is situated hardly 300 metres away from the Mridangabhanga river. Recognizing "art as the basic need" for every human being irrespective of any socio-economic disparity, Jana Sanskriti along with the local agricultural farmer's community conceptualized MUKTA MANCHA. It was built in early 2000 by the local community using bamboos, mud, hay and ropes. This space is central to Jana Sanskriti's activities in the Sunderbans. This space is utilized by the local government and well as the village community for theatre, dance, drawing, painting, meetings and performances.