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Sadhana Forest

A non- profit organization in the lovely town n which you get Auroville, they are serving the society with a pure heart. They are a roup and organization of social volunteers who mainly look after the well being and living conditions of the people. They are different from the other organizations and do not only preach but start hands on. Santitation is there major concerns and they have thus repaired the toilet facilities and washing sources better for many a households. Also, health is what they preach and thus cleanliness is the meassage they always keep spreading. If you want to join this organization or at least be a small part of it, you can make donations to them in the form of greetings.
Kriti’s next destination is another place that no one should miss when in Auroville, the Sadhana Forest Community. The community offers accommodation free of cost in huts made out of local material and powered by solar energy. Sadhana Forest Community practices sustainability by providing organic food produce, recycling, usage of biodegradable toiletries, composting toilets, a grey water system and waste minimisation. Watch MG’s The Green Escape to find out why it’s an excellent choice for anyone who is curious to live a sustainable and healthy lifestyle!
Deeksha Agrawal
1. साधना फॉरेस्टऑरोविल में यदि आप ज़्यादा समय लेकर आए हैं तो आपको कुछ समय "साधना फॉरेस्ट" में ज़रूर बिताना चाहिए। विश्व के अलग अलग प्रांत के लोगों से सजे इस समुदाय में कोई किसी का मेहमान नहीं है। यहां सब अपना काम खुद ही करते हैं। जंगल में मनुष्य द्वारा संजो कर बनाए इस आशियाने ने पर्यावरण के साथ गहरी दोस्ती कर ली है। यहां समय लेकर आइए और रात का खाना खा कर जाइए। और हां साधना फॉरेस्ट में आने तथा रहने के अपने कुछ नियम हैं उन्हें पढ़ना मत भूलिएगा।
Zhen Paintal
As part of my backpack trail, I visited and stayed at Sadhana Forest (Tamil Nadu) early in June this year. The plan was to stay for a minimum of 2 weeks, but since I’d already over shot my schedule and budget, all I could afford was staying in for 4 days, at least getting a feel for the place, reassurance for the desire to go back for a longer duration.Here I’m passing on the word!