After you are done marvelling at Gunehar's art-adorned walls, make your way through the village, crossing many a mooing cow and muddy puddles, to head to the shimmering Gunehar River, that the village has cleverly cloaked so far from any form of pollutant. When I say shimmering, I really, really mean it. It's cradled by misty green mountains and can be seen glittering every once in a while, under the morning sun.
To anyone who is visiting the village, it's a humble request, pack and take back your Lay's wrappers, Bisleri bottles and anything that doesn't belong to Gunehar's wilderness.
Cuisine on offer
The 4tables Cafe (Gunehar's solitary food establishment) whips up some of the most flavoursome, home-cooked meals. Their herb-baked chicken in a beer reduction, served with potato and spinach gratin is a plate served straight out of heaven's kitchens. The cafe's breakfasts are just as legendary boasting of a variety of cheese, fruits, freshly baked buns and a choice of eggs.
When to go
March to mid-July is the best time to visit this whimsical village. With the temperatures ranging somewhere between 22°C and 35°C, the days will be pleasant and the nights slightly cold.