An earthy homestay on the outskirts of the city, one could only imagine. But yes, it became possible with Aura Kalari. Who knew that a civil engineer named Rajeev Balakrishnan could think of something so close to the earth. He always wanted a place that would reflect on the boundaries between what is natural and what is man-made. And this is how he brought in the idea of breaking patterns.
More About Aura Kalari
Born in 2014, Aura Kalari tree and mud stay offers a unique experience of staying in the mud houses. The founders of Aura Kalari are sure that this place will rejuvenate the tourist, give their body the calmness they deserve. They don’t believe in providing a luxurious holiday since their aim is to help us travel back in time when we were closer to the earth and lived a minimalist life.
They go beyond being the tree and mud stay by offering various types of workshops like pottery, photography, archery, classical art form etc. They also help you set up meetups on request.
Aura Kalari, #68, Maple Meadows, Gurukulam Road, Chikkagubbi Village, Kothanur PO, Karnataka 562149