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Sadhana Forest is a reforestation project and a sustainable living community in Auroville, Tamil Nadu, South India. Visitors are most welcome to visit Sadhana Forest at any time! Every Friday the community offers a big tour, screens a documentary...more
If there is ONE association that I trust and beleive in with all my heart, this is the one!
They work with volonteers to conserve the water on the land, they plant trees and live an engaged, ethical, zero waste lifestyle in community.
Sadhana Forest is real life utopia where you can learn to live in a sustainable and compassionate way. The vegan food is delicious and the community very friendly. I absolutely loved staying there and will no doubt come back in the future.
The forest is so beautiful that it is hard to imagine there was nothing when Sadhana Forest started its wonderful work here. There is also an inspiring atmosphere between the volunteers who love to share their passion for Sadhana Forest with you and explain the...More
Sadhana Forest is an amazing place to experience and learn about the power of water conservation and sustainable living! The plant and animal life is immense and the delicious meals make eating vegan easier than ever expected!! You must visit Sadhana Forest to experience true...More
Sadhana forest is an amazing place.Seva is the hall mark.the community is so warm and affectionate... Family!
The water conservation and forestation are projects that add to ones awareness.
I recommend visits...to rejuvenate oneself and family!!!
Sadhana has been an amazing experiment for the last 10 years, based in Auroville and run by a aurovilian family they have a flow of visitors and volunteers to sustain the place.
Is worth a visit and a stay if you manage vegan food, pump...More
I have visited Sadhana Forest 3 times over the past five years, each time staying for about a month. I began visiting the project mainly because I believe that the ecological work being done there is important. Many projects plant food forests but few focus...More