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Dyo—The Organic
Village Resort
Garlanded by lush green fields and a forest reserve for wildlife, Dyo is much more than a luxury resort. Perched amidst the picturesque hills of Uttarakhand in Mukteshwar, on the foothills.... READ MORE
 
Ektaal—Dhokra Art Crafts Village of Chhattisgarh
Ektaal, a crafts village located near Raigarh (state of Chhattisgarh) is a small and very basic village. What makes it special is the fact it is home to many national and state level award-winning artisans.... READ MORE
 
Experience Ladakh Beyond Leh City in Ladakhi Village Homes
FarmStays Ladakh (state of Jammu & Kashmir) is an interesting initiative involving mothers and other middle-aged women in Ladakhi villages who rent out rooms in their homes.... READ MORE
 
Environment Conservation by Greener Pastures
Greener Pastures is a small sustainable travel company based in Northeast India which promotes responsible tours and adventures to exotic places, with a prime focus on uplifting local.... READ MORE
 
Jharkhand Villagers Converted an Entire Wasteland into a Forest
Back in 2010, residents of Jharkhand’s Hesatu village were sharing their worries about the wastelands in their area. During the discussion, someone proposed growing a forest.... READ MORE
 
Eco-Friendly Farm
Stay in Himalayan Orchard
Himalayan Orchard is an eco-friendly farm stay project in the Shimla hills of Himachal Pradesh run by Michael and Devanshe. The farm is located in an area peculiarly rich in flora and fauna..... READ MORE
 
Farmers Adopting Rare Birds Despite Danger of Losing Crops
While in many cities, there is a substantial decrease in the bird populatoin, this village sets an example of how birds and humans can co-exist in complete harmony. Chirping birds of rare.... READ MORE
 
Exploring Naya, Bengal’s Village of Singing Painters
An intricate tapestry of music and visual art is what makes Naya more than just a village in West Bengal’s Paschim Midnapore district. A quaint little village, Naya is home to around 250 patuas or chitrakaars,.... READ MORE
 
Transformation of a Barren Land into a Lush Forest
In recent years, there have been instances of people coming together for a common cause but such action is usually initiated by non profit organisations or by government schemes.... READ MORE
 
     
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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