- Away from the fast-paced life of Bengaluru city, in the suburbs, is a homestay called Aura Kalari.
- Aura Kalari doesn’t offer any luxury, except a large puddle. It is a place to calm down and relax at peace.
- Earthy and natural elements such as jaggery, mud, and bamboo are the primary materials used to construct this homestay.
- The project comprises of a rustic style mud-house and a treehouse, built around a large mango tree.
- The large mud-house comprises of beds and a dedicated space for dining with a dining table and chairs. Whereas the treehouse includes a bedroom, a dining area, and a bathroom.
- The treehouse, unlike the traditional notion, is not constructed atop of a tree. Interestingly, the entire structure relies upon stable granite supports, with only the tree-branches intruding the treehouse.
- The kitchen at Aura Kalari serves simple, yet delicious vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes, having no fixed menu of their own.
- They welcome guests to host and participate in multiple activities such as workshops, meet-ups, seminars, camping, photoshoots, creative and spiritual sessions, and much more.
- All in all, Aura Kalari is dedicated to enriching your rejuvenating break-sessions by allowing you to co-live with nature and rich aroma of soil, distancing you from luxurious cemented living, and letting you synchronize with the Earth, yet again.
Tariff: From INR 3000/night per person
Aura Kalari, #68, Maple Meadows, Gurukulam Road, Chikkagubbi Village, Kothanur PO, Karnataka 562149
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