Imagine a commune in the highlands of Maharasthra state, its inhabitants living in a longhouse built on a low ridge in the traditional tribal style of the region (i.e. a single building with a high-pitched roof that encompasses the living quarters, the kitchen, the dining area, and the meeting area), and surrounded by a forest of flowering bushes and fruit trees teeming with birds. The thatched roof of the longhouse sheds the monsoon rains from June through August, provides shelter from the sun the rest of the year, and directs even the smallest breath of air through the wall-less structure. Guest houses are scattered along the base of the ridge and provide visitors with modern amenities such as hot water showers, flush toilets, ceiling fans, and electric lights (from about 6pm until 6am). Hosts for your visit will be Hemant and Sangeeta, but members of their immediate and extended “family” will make you feel most welcome in a lilting mixture of English and Hindi. These lands were completely logged off 24 years ago, but with careful husbandry and composting of the natural plant materials, fruit trees and vegetables are now being grown to feed the guests. Slow down. Relax. Chill out. Enjoy.
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